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Vitoria Bueno, a 16-year-old dancer born without arms, performs with classmates from the Andrea Falsarella ballet academy at the Inatel Theater in Santa Rita do Sapucai, Brazil. Bueno's talent has made her a social media star and an inspiration to many. "For me, arms, they're just a detail," she said. "I follow with my eyes, as if they were there." Picture taken February 5, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

Vitoria Bueno, a 16-year-old dancer born without arms, performs with classmates from the Andrea Falsarella balmore

Vitoria Bueno, a 16-year-old dancer born without arms, performs with classmates from the Andrea Falsarella ballet academy at the Inatel Theater in Santa Rita do Sapucai, Brazil. Bueno's talent has made her a social media star and an inspiration to many. "For me, arms, they're just a detail," she said. "I follow with my eyes, as if they were there." Picture taken February 5, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
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Demonstrators protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, February 17, 2021. The army seized back power more than two weeks ago, alleging fraud in November elections won by elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party, halting a transition to democracy that had begun in 2011 and detaining her and hundreds of others. REUTERS/Stringer

Demonstrators protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, February 17, 2021. The army seized back pomore

Demonstrators protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, February 17, 2021. The army seized back power more than two weeks ago, alleging fraud in November elections won by elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party, halting a transition to democracy that had begun in 2011 and detaining her and hundreds of others. REUTERS/Stringer
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A man walks to his friend's home as snow covers the Blackhawk neighborhood, which was without power, in Pflugerville, Texas, February 15, 2021. A deadly winter storm left millions of Texans without power and water for days after a rare deep freeze forced the state's electric grid operator to impose rotating blackouts because of higher power demand. Bronte Wittpenn/Austin American-Statesman/USA Today Network via REUTERS

A man walks to his friend's home as snow covers the Blackhawk neighborhood, which was without power, in Pflugemore

A man walks to his friend's home as snow covers the Blackhawk neighborhood, which was without power, in Pflugerville, Texas, February 15, 2021. A deadly winter storm left millions of Texans without power and water for days after a rare deep freeze forced the state's electric grid operator to impose rotating blackouts because of higher power demand. Bronte Wittpenn/Austin American-Statesman/USA Today Network via REUTERS
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A dog with blue fur is pictured inside a cage at a veterinary hospital where it was taken for examination in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, February 16, 2021. A pack of stray dogs with bright blue fur was found earlier this month near an abandoned chemical plant in the city of Dzerzhinsk. REUTERS/Anastasia Makarycheva

A dog with blue fur is pictured inside a cage at a veterinary hospital where it was taken for examination in Nmore

A dog with blue fur is pictured inside a cage at a veterinary hospital where it was taken for examination in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, February 16, 2021. A pack of stray dogs with bright blue fur was found earlier this month near an abandoned chemical plant in the city of Dzerzhinsk. REUTERS/Anastasia Makarycheva
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Senator Ted Cruz wheels his luggage at Cancun International Airport before boarding his plane back to the U.S., in Cancun, Mexico, February 18, 2021. Cruz flew into a storm of criticism after leaving his home state of Texas in the grips of a deadly deep freeze, for a family holiday jaunt to the Mexican resort city of Cancun he said he took to please his young daughters. REUTERS/Stringer

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Senator Ted Cruz wheels his luggage at Cancun International Airport before boarding his plane back to the U.S., in Cancun, Mexico, February 18, 2021. Cruz flew into a storm of criticism after leaving his home state of Texas in the grips of a deadly deep freeze, for a family holiday jaunt to the Mexican resort city of Cancun he said he took to please his young daughters. REUTERS/Stringer
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Lawrence Ginsberg, a coronavirus patient, is treated by critical care workers before being transferred out of the intensive care unit, after spending nearly a month in the COVID pod at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Florida, February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Lawrence Ginsberg, a coronavirus patient, is treated by critical care workers before being transferred out of more

Lawrence Ginsberg, a coronavirus patient, is treated by critical care workers before being transferred out of the intensive care unit, after spending nearly a month in the COVID pod at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Florida, February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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Antonio Cervantes brings Valentine's Day gifts to the grave of his wife Gabriela, who died of COVID-19, at a cemetery in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, February 14, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Antonio Cervantes brings Valentine's Day gifts to the grave of his wife Gabriela, who died of COVID-19, at a cmore

Antonio Cervantes brings Valentine's Day gifts to the grave of his wife Gabriela, who died of COVID-19, at a cemetery in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, February 14, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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A traditional Chinese opera actress wearing a face shield poses for a picture during Lunar New Year celebrations in Bangkok, Thailand, February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa

A traditional Chinese opera actress wearing a face shield poses for a picture during Lunar New Year celebratiomore

A traditional Chinese opera actress wearing a face shield poses for a picture during Lunar New Year celebrations in Bangkok, Thailand, February 12, 2021. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
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Bianca Toniolo, 3, smiles as she video-calls with her mother Chiara Zuddas, 32, who is self-isolating in a bedroom after having contact with someone with COVID-19, in this picture taken by Bianca's father, who is also in quarantine at home with his family in San Fiorano, Italy. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Marzio Toniolo

Bianca Toniolo, 3, smiles as she video-calls with her mother Chiara Zuddas, 32, who is self-isolating in a bedmore

Bianca Toniolo, 3, smiles as she video-calls with her mother Chiara Zuddas, 32, who is self-isolating in a bedroom after having contact with someone with COVID-19, in this picture taken by Bianca's father, who is also in quarantine at home with his family in San Fiorano, Italy. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Marzio Toniolo
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Paramedics check the body of a Honduran migrant child, who drowned while crossing the frigid waters of the Rio Grande from Mexico into the U.S. with his mother and sister, according to local media, in Piedras Negras, Mexico February 17, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

Paramedics check the body of a Honduran migrant child, who drowned while crossing the frigid waters of the Riomore

Paramedics check the body of a Honduran migrant child, who drowned while crossing the frigid waters of the Rio Grande from Mexico into the U.S. with his mother and sister, according to local media, in Piedras Negras, Mexico February 17, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer
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Attorney Michael van der Veen, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, smiles after speaking to the media, after the Senate voted to acquit Trump on a charge of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, February 13, 2021. REUTERS/Erin Scott

Attorney Michael van der Veen, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, smiles after speaking to the media, amore

Attorney Michael van der Veen, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, smiles after speaking to the media, after the Senate voted to acquit Trump on a charge of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, February 13, 2021. REUTERS/Erin Scott
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People take pictures as the Trump Plaza Casino collapses after a controlled demolition in Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 17, 2021. Crowds cheered as the oceanfront eyesore bearing the name of the former U.S. president disappearing in a cascading collapse. Trump opened the hotel and oceanside casino in 1984 but lost control of the property in a 2009 bankruptcy. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

People take pictures as the Trump Plaza Casino collapses after a controlled demolition in Atlantic City, New Jmore

People take pictures as the Trump Plaza Casino collapses after a controlled demolition in Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 17, 2021. Crowds cheered as the oceanfront eyesore bearing the name of the former U.S. president disappearing in a cascading collapse. Trump opened the hotel and oceanside casino in 1984 but lost control of the property in a 2009 bankruptcy. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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A person walks in front of fire during a protest in support of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, after he was arrested on charges of glorifying terrorism and insulting royalty in his songs, in Barcelona, Spain, February 16, 2021. Hasel, known for his radical leftist views, had missed a deadline to surrender to authorities to serve a nine-month jail term handed down in 2018 - a sentence that caused an uproar in Spain and led the government to announce it would make free speech laws less restrictive. REUTERS/Nacho Doce

A person walks in front of fire during a protest in support of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, after he was arrestmore

A person walks in front of fire during a protest in support of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, after he was arrested on charges of glorifying terrorism and insulting royalty in his songs, in Barcelona, Spain, February 16, 2021. Hasel, known for his radical leftist views, had missed a deadline to surrender to authorities to serve a nine-month jail term handed down in 2018 - a sentence that caused an uproar in Spain and led the government to announce it would make free speech laws less restrictive. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
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Alvin Williams, 66, checks his phone while taking shelter at Gallery Furniture store, which opened its door and transformed into a warming station after winter weather caused electricity blackouts in Houston, Texas, February 17, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura

Alvin Williams, 66, checks his phone while taking shelter at Gallery Furniture store, which opened its door anmore

Alvin Williams, 66, checks his phone while taking shelter at Gallery Furniture store, which opened its door and transformed into a warming station after winter weather caused electricity blackouts in Houston, Texas, February 17, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura
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Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra," walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party, cancelled due to the pandemic, is typically celebrated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 12, 2021. The sign reads: "Wear a mask, wash your hands, share love." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra," walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood whmore

Anilson Costa, reveller of the annual block party "Ceu na Terra," walks along the Santa Teresa neighborhood where the block party, cancelled due to the pandemic, is typically celebrated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 12, 2021. The sign reads: "Wear a mask, wash your hands, share love." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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Paul Murungi, a journalist working with The New Vision newspaper, is seen injured at their offices in Kampala, Uganda, February 17, 2021. Ugandan military and police officers beat and seriously injured journalists as they covered the delivery of a petition from opposition leader and pop star Bobi Wine about human rights violations to a United Nations office, a rights group said. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa

Paul Murungi, a journalist working with The New Vision newspaper, is seen injured at their offices in Kampala,more

Paul Murungi, a journalist working with The New Vision newspaper, is seen injured at their offices in Kampala, Uganda, February 17, 2021. Ugandan military and police officers beat and seriously injured journalists as they covered the delivery of a petition from opposition leader and pop star Bobi Wine about human rights violations to a United Nations office, a rights group said. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa
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Michelle Melton, who is 35 weeks pregnant, receives the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine at Skippack Pharmacy in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, February 11, 2021.  REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Michelle Melton, who is 35 weeks pregnant, receives the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine at Skippack Pharmamore

Michelle Melton, who is 35 weeks pregnant, receives the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine at Skippack Pharmacy in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, February 11, 2021.  REUTERS/Hannah Beier
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Samantha Emanuel reacts while viewing the body of her father, Samuel Emanuel Jr., 55, who died from complications from the coronavirus, during a private viewing held for the family at Pryority Funeral Experience, in Houston, Texas, February 11, 2021.  REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare

Samantha Emanuel reacts while viewing the body of her father, Samuel Emanuel Jr., 55, who died from complicatimore

Samantha Emanuel reacts while viewing the body of her father, Samuel Emanuel Jr., 55, who died from complications from the coronavirus, during a private viewing held for the family at Pryority Funeral Experience, in Houston, Texas, February 11, 2021.  REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare
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Yang Nianlian, 33, smokes a cigarette as he embraces his wife Wang Yunxia, 30, in the courtyard by the room that they rent in Majuqiao Town, a suburb of Beijing, China, February 11, 2021. This year, for the first time, the migrant workers are spending the Spring Festival away from their 9-year-old daughter as they heed China's call to stay put, following a spate of coronavirus infections over the winter. "It doesn't matter where," Yunxia said. "When we're together, we're family, we're home." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Yang Nianlian, 33, smokes a cigarette as he embraces his wife Wang Yunxia, 30, in the courtyard by the room thmore

Yang Nianlian, 33, smokes a cigarette as he embraces his wife Wang Yunxia, 30, in the courtyard by the room that they rent in Majuqiao Town, a suburb of Beijing, China, February 11, 2021. This year, for the first time, the migrant workers are spending the Spring Festival away from their 9-year-old daughter as they heed China's call to stay put, following a spate of coronavirus infections over the winter. "It doesn't matter where," Yunxia said. "When we're together, we're family, we're home." REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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Camels stand near laundry on a clothesline at the Royal Circus home base in Senas as circus shows remained canceled as part of COVID-19 restrictions in France, February 9, 2021. William Kerwich, owner of the Royal Circus and President of the Circus and Shows Animals Union, also denounced an animal welfare bill which is debated by French lawmakers that would ban using wild animals in traveling circuses and keeping dolphins and whales in captivity in marine parks. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Camels stand near laundry on a clothesline at the Royal Circus home base in Senas as circus shows remained canmore

Camels stand near laundry on a clothesline at the Royal Circus home base in Senas as circus shows remained canceled as part of COVID-19 restrictions in France, February 9, 2021. William Kerwich, owner of the Royal Circus and President of the Circus and Shows Animals Union, also denounced an animal welfare bill which is debated by French lawmakers that would ban using wild animals in traveling circuses and keeping dolphins and whales in captivity in marine parks. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
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