The week in 10 pics

From Easter Sunday to Opening Day, a look at the week's most enduring images SLIDE SHOW

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    No, this isn't a scene still from Jean Luc Godard's "Weekend." On Sunday, a 75-vehicle pileup on Interstate 77 near the Virginia-North Carolina border left three people dead and 20 injured, choking traffic for 8 miles.
    AP/Virginia State Police, Sgt. Mike Conroy

    The week in 10 pics

    Play ball! A United States flag is unfurled before the opening day game between the Washington Nationals and the Miami Marlins in Washington Monday.
    AP/J. David Ake

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    Kim Jong-un, who may or may not be planning an attack on Austin, Texas, among other targets, delivers a speech during a plenary meeting of the ruling Workers' Party in Pyongyang Sunday. The North Korean leader's wild new threats this week have pushed the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war.
    AP/KCNA via KNS

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    Louisville guard Kevin Ware is tended to by trainers after braking his leg in stomach-churning fashion Sunday during the NCAA tournament. Fortunately, Ware has been released from the hospital and is expected to join his teammates for the Final Four in Atlanta.
    AP/Michael Conroy

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    Flowers left by a visitor lie atop the bronze plaque set in the sidewalk in front of Roger Ebert's boyhood home in Urbana, Ill. Ebert, whose effusive, unpretentious reviews inspired a generation of movie lovers and critics alike, succumbed to his battle with cancer Thursday.
    AP/David Mercer

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    A worker catches a live chicken at a poultry market in Shanghai, China Friday. Government officials slaughtered in excess of 20,000 birds to help contain an outbreak of avian flu, which has already claimed at least six lives.
    Associated Press

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    Rutgers President Robert Barchi announces Friday that he has accepted the resignation of athletic director Tim Pernetti. Pernetti had declined to dismiss basketball coach Mike Rice after video of him physically abusing his players first surfaced.
    AP/Mel Evans

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    Now that's how you celebrate Easter. Pope Francis leads an open-air mass before a crowd packed with pilgrims, tourists and Romans in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican Sunday.
    AP/Alessandra Tarantino

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    Workers scrub their boots Monday in Mayflower, Ark., where a ruptured ExxonMobil pipeline spilled thousands of barrels of crude oil. The spill has reignited debate over safe practices for oil transportation and could imperil plans to construct the Keystone XL pipeline.
    Reuters/Suzi Parker

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    Michael Goodwin, Senior Partner for HTC, displays an HTC First cell phone with the new Facebook interface. On Thursday, the social network unveiled a new operating system-app hybrid for Android.
    AP/Marcio Jose Sanchez

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