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March 10, 2009
Daily Life
Every day, Associated Press photographers in various parts of the world send out pictures of daily life. Here is a collection of those pictures from the last two weeks (16 images)

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A mother pushes a baby carriage in Guatemala City, Wednesday, March 4. AP / Rodrigo Abd

A Cambodian farmer waters his vegetables on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Monday, March 2. Cambodia is the agriculture country has 80 percent of population are the rural farmers. AP / Heng Sinith

An Afghan man makes pottery at his work shop in the city of Herat province west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, March 2. AP / Fraidoon Pooyaa

An Afghan offers prayers at the grave yard on the occasion of "Eid Milad-un Nabi," celebration of the birth day of Islam's Prophet Mohammed near the shrine of Sufi Saint Syed Sarwar Tajdar in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, March 9. AP / Rafiq Maqbool

An Afghan woman holds up her covered child as she walks in a windy day in Herat, west of Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday Feb. 28. AP / Fraidoon Pooyaa

Tourists are seen in Montmartre district, overlooking Paris, Tuesday, March 10. AP / Muhammed Muheisen

A woman walks over parched land at Basudevpur village in Bhadrak district, about 130 kilometers (81 miles) north-east from Bhubaneswar, India, Friday, March 6. AP / Biswaranjan Rout

A Pakistani man drives his motorcycle carrying children on it along a street in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Friday, March 6. AP / Emilio Morenatti

A rainbow is seen over the Place de la Concorde square in Paris, Monday, March 9. AP / Muhammed Muheisen

Students prepare for their undergraduate examinations on the steps of a public library in Mumbai, India, late Thursday, March 5. The students choose this location to study late into the night and to avoid being disturbed. AP / Gautam Singh

An employee works in a private tailor shop that specializes in making military and police uniforms and insignia in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, March 5. AP / Karim Kadim

Iraqi men eat bread at a bakery in the neighborhood of Shula in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday. March 2. AP / Dusan Vranic

A participant soars with the backdrop of skyscrapers during a snow festival outside the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, Saturday, March 7. AP / Itsuo Inouye

Myanmar Buddhist monks gather to chant prayers Sunday, March 8, 2009, in Naypyidaw, Myanmar. Thousands were on hand to attend a religious ceremony at the Uppatasanti pagoda, a replica of the Swedagon in Yangon. AP / Khin Maung Win

Western tourists are carried on a horse cart in Bagan, some 380 kilometers (238 miles) north of Yangon, Myanmar, Monday, Feb. 23. AP / Khin Maung Win

A Sri Lankan ethnic Tamil fisherman repairs his nets before leaving for fishing at Trincomalee, about 230 kilometers (143 miles) north east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Friday, March 6. AP / Eranga Jayawardena

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