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In PHOTOS: It's an odd, crazy world out there

Last updated on: April 8, 2011 08:35 IST

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We bring you a collection of some of the odd, crazy moments from around the world in recent weeks

People attend a pillow fight in front of Zurich's catherdal on international Pillow Fight Day on April 2

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Photographs: Christian Hartmann/Reuters
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Lookalikes of Kate Middleton (Left), Britain's Prince William and Queen Elizabeth eat chicken in a fast food store during a media event in London April 1. Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding is slated for April 29


Photographs: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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View over the city out of the restroom at the board floor of Germany's Commerzbank in downtown Frankfurt


Photographs: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters
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Models pose for a picture ahead of the 16th Dubai World Cup at the Meydan Racecourse in Dubai March 26, 2011. The Dubai World Cup, with a cash prize of $10 million, is horse racing's richest race


Photographs: Abdullah Muhsen/Reuters
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A model presents a creation by Georgian designer Anka Nanitashvili during Georgian Fashion Week in Tbilisi


Photographs: David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters
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A cast member of the show Corteo by Canada's Cirque Du Soleil performs during a dress rehearsal in Madrid


Photographs: Susana Vera/Reuters
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Trees covered in spider webs are seen in the flood affected areas of KN Shah, located near Dadu in Pakistan's Sindh province. The cocooned trees have been a side-effect of spiders escaping flood waters in the area. Although people in this part of Sindh have never witnessed this phenomenon, they report there are now less mosquitos, thus reducing the risk of malaria.


Photographs: epartment for International Development/Russell Watkins/Reuters
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Singer Nicki Minaj arrives for the Christie's Green Auction: Bid To Save The Earth event in New York


Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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Reveller Philip Ellis dances during Holi, the festival of colors, at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah


Photographs: Jim Urquhart/Reuters
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A model presents a creation made with recycled materials during Ecofashion 2011 in Cali, Colombia


Photographs: Jaime Saldarriaga/Reuters
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