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This undated picture released by the Australian Museum on March 3, 2015 shows the underside of a goblin shark's long flattened snout covered with pores. A rare sea creature described as an 'alien of the deep' has been found off Australia and delivered to a museum which on March 3 showed off its fleshy snout, nail-like teeth and flabby pink body. AFP PHOTO / AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM    
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Holi festival in India, rare goblin shark found off the coast of Australia, a mass wedding in South Korea and more.

Villarrica volcano erupts

One of South America’s most active volcanoes erupted early Tuesday in southern Chile.

Remnants of the war

Experts are combing through items that have been left at the Vietnam Wall over the years for a planned education display.

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Lady Gaga joins a Polar Plunge in Chicago, Nemtsov supporters march in Moscow and more photos from recent news.

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The career of Washington Post photojournalist Michel du Cille

Michel du Cille died at 58 doing the work he loved. He was completely devoted to the story of Ebola, and he was determined to stay on the story despite its risks.

Shoot, smoke and smoulder: Two decades of ‘dangerous’ women in snapshots (Courtesy Rizzoli USA)

Two decades of ‘dangerous’ women in vintage snapshots

New book of vintage photographs celebrate free-spirited women around the world who broke the mold on convention.

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(Jane Hahn / For The Washington Post)

‘The Massacre of Womey’

A mass killing is an extreme illustration of the problems health workers face in West Africa while fighting Ebola.

(Charles Krupa / AP)

Boston’s winter of discontent

Storms and blizzards bury the city and Northeast in a seemingly endless series of snow events.

    (Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post)

    Remnants of the war

    Experts are combing through items that have been left at the Vietnam Wall over the years for a planned education display.

    (Linda Davidson / The Washington Post)

    It’s all business at D.C.’s ‘Cannabis Academy’

    City hosts a two-day expo to teach attendees how to make greenbacks from pot’s legalization.

    (Rich Lipski)

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