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April 21, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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WASHINGTON — Students Take Advantage of Warm Weather: Whitworth University students Melia Deters, top, and Skyler Noble take advantage of the warm weather to study in their hammocks strung between pine trees on campus on Monday in Spokane. “I like being in fellowship with people, and when you’re in hammocks, it makes it even cooler,” said Deters.

CUBA — Gov. Cuomo Cruises in 1956 Chevy During Cuba Trip: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo slides into a 1956 Chevrolet in Havana on Monday. The formal state visit, a trip that makes Cuomo the first American governor to visit the island since the recent thaw in relations with the communist nation, is meant to foster greater ties between New York and Cuba.

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LIBERIA — New York Times Photographer Takes Home Pulitzer for Ebola Series: This Sept. 5, 2014, photo by New York Times photographer Daniel Berehulak, part of a winning series, shows James Dorbor, 8, suspected of being infected with Ebola, being carried by medical staff to an Ebola treatment center in Monrovia. The boy, who was brought in by his father, lay outside the center for at least six hours before being seen. Berehulak is the winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography, announced on Monday at Columbia University in New York.

INDIA — Women Participate in Tug of War Round: Indian women in traditional dress take part in a tug of war during the Suwori festival in Boko about 47 miles west of Gauhati on Monday. Traditional elephant fights, elephant races, tug of war and dances mark this festival which coincides with the Assamese Rongali Bihu, or the harvest festival of the northeastern Indian state of Assam.


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