Supporters of Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, the son of Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, dance as they demonstrate to demand for a presidential election to be held and for him to run for presidency in Sanaa on Friday
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Competitors perform during the British Amateur Championships at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool, England
A young ballerina watches the stage after her dance recital in New Delhi
The Unidos da Tijuca Samba School carnival parade, at Sapucai Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil late on Monday. Rio’s two nights of carnival parades began on March 2, attracting thousands of people from home and abroad.
Revellers stretch while welcoming others to Morning Glory, at a venue in Hackney, London. Morning Glory is a nightclub that operates once a month from 6.30am to 10.30am, at which revellers drink fruit smoothies, coffee and dance to high energy music, sometimes in their sleepwear. Revellers also enjoy yoga and massages, before changing into their work clothing and heading off to their day jobs.
Traditional dancers wait for guests during the Kramaski factory’s 20th anniversary celebrations in Katunayake, about 31 km north of Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Friday.