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The day in pictures - 25th January 2013

Maiwand District, Afghanistan

Sweets fly through the air as a soldier from the US Army's Bravo Battalion 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment makes some new young friends near the Command Azim-Jan-Kariz Base.

U.S. soldiers throw sweets to children in Afghanistan Credit: Reuters

Dumfries, Scotland

Snow falls onto a statue of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. The life and work of Burns, who died in Dumfries in 1796, will be celebrated on his birthday, today.

Snow falls onto a statue of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, in Dumfries Credit: Reuters

Cairo, Egypt

Tahrir Square in Cairo is once again full of protesters as hundreds of youths clashed with police on the second anniversary of the revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak and brought the election of an Islamist president who protesters accuse of riding roughshod over the new democracy.

Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi in Cairo Credit: Reuters

Durham, England

Heavy snow is expected to sweep across the country today before temperatures start to rise over the weekend.

A woman digs her way out of snow in Tanfield County, Durham Credit: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Damascus, Syria

Free Syrian Army fighters take on Syrian Army soldiers in the neighbourhood of Arabeen.

A Free Syrian Army fighter uses a shotgun to fire a homemade grenade Credit: Reuters

Melbourne, Australia

Andy Murray, the world number three, edged past Roger Federer in a "nerve-jangling" five-set thriller at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne to set up a Sunday showdown with Novak Djokovic.

Andy Murray celebrates defeating Roger Federer in the Australian Open Credit: Reuters

Jerusalem, Israel

A visitor takes photographs at the Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem ahead of Holocaust Remembrance day on Sunday.

Hall of Names at Yad Vashem's Holocaust History Museum Credit: Reuters

Manila, Philippines

Anti-riot policemen used batons on a protesters as they attempted to disperse a demonstration calling for a pullout of American troops stationed in the country and the grounded USS Guardian minesweeper, in front of the US Embassy.

Anti-riot policemen use batons on a protester in Manila, Philippines Credit: Reuters