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While these vividly colored houses may look like they were painted just for the ’gram, there’s a reason behind the bright hues. Legend says that the fisherman of Burano, Italy, first painted their houses neon so they could see them while they were out on the water, according to media reports. (📷: @brookehendy via @cnntravel)


French President Emmanuel Macron receives a standing ovation during a joint meeting of Congress Wednesday on Capitol Hill. Macron gave a speech to the two chambers as part of his official three-day visit. (📷: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


A man stood on a freeway overpass near Detroit early Thursday, threatening to jump. So highway troopers asked truckers for help. One by one, thirteen tractor-trailers lined up beneath the bridge, ready to break his fall. Police were then able to get the man down. (📷: @fox2now/Twitter)


Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle share a glance during the Dawn Service to commemorate Anzac Day at Wellington Arch in London. Anzac Day honors fallen members of the Australia and New Zealand armed forces, and marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by them during the First World War. Photo: Toby Melville/Getty Images


James Shaw Jr., the man who wrested a rifle away from the Waffle House gunman, got emotional on Tuesday when he received a standing ovation from the Tennessee General Assembly, which officially recognized his heroism.


French first lady Brigitte Macron, first lady Melania Trump, French President Macron and President Trump wave from the White House. The Trumps are hosting the Macrons for a two-day official state visit. (📷: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)


Unseasonably balmy weather in Tynemouth, England, brought people out to the beach 🏖️ on Friday. (📷: Tom White/Getty Images)


It’s the hat that everyone’s talking about. First lady Melania Trump turned heads during a traditional state arrival ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House Tuesday morning with a white, wide-brimmed Michael Kors Collection hat. (📷: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


The Chureito Pagoda, framed by cherry blossoms 🌸 sits in the shadow of Japan’s tallest peak, Mount Fuji. (📷: @rishad via @cnntravel)


The first statue of a woman in Britain's Parliament Square has been unveiled. It honors suffragist leader Millicent Fawcett, who campaigned for women's right to vote at the turn of the 20th century. She holds a banner reading "Courage calls to courage everywhere," words taken from a speech she gave after the death of fellow campaigner Emily Wilding Davison. The statue comes after almost 85,000 people signed a petition from feminist activist and journalist Caroline Criado Perez, calling for a monument to a woman in Parliament Square.


Spring is coming to western Finland -- cracks are growing in the ice around Raipaluoto island. In winter, people fish by drilling holes in the frozen sea. Photo by Oliver Mourin/Getty Images


Following their arrival at the White House, French President Macron and his wife joined President Trump and the first lady in planting a tree on the South Lawn of the White House. (📷: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


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