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Best pictures include bodybuilding in Lima, the America's Cup and a dog sled race in Old Quebec.
BOSTON — From GlobalPost's editors, a selection of the best pictures of the week.
A man leaves after a memorial ceremony at a mass grave in Titanyn, where tens of thousands of bodies have already been buried, 18 miles outside of Port au Prince, Feb. 1, 2010. When an 8.1-magnitude quake hit Mexico City in 1985, more than a dozen newborns were pulled alive from the rubble, some not until days after the quake. Twenty five years later, a look at the fate of the newborns who gave hope to a shocked nation. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)
A competitor flexes his muscles inside a bathroom before a bodybuilding competition in Lima, Jan. 30, 2010. In Gaza, gyms once closed by war have opened again, and are now packed with young men with dreams of bodybuilding. (Pilar Olivares/Reuters)
Artisan miners, mostly from Colombia's indigenous Wayuu group, pile salt that evaporates in salt lagoons. Despite the paltry earnings and grueling work, artisanal salt mining is vital to the Wayuu. They see the mines as key to determining their own economic and social development. (Nadja Drost/GlobalPost)
A cycle-rickshaw puller moves the wreckage of a car to a scrap yard in the eastern Indian city of Siliguri, Feb. 2, 2010. Two Bangalore entrepreneurs want to help traffic and clean up the environment in a city infamous for potholes and traffic jams. Their solution: plastic roads. (Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters)
America's Cup Defender Alinghi 5 of Switzerland sails during a training session at the coast of Valencia, Feb. 2, 2010. The U.S. and Swiss teams have been embroiled in a dispute over a plan to hold the race in the Persian Gulf — less than 100 miles from the coast of Iran. It is now set to kick off Feb. 8 in Valencia. (Pascal Lauener/Reuters)
And a cute animal bonus:
Jerome Poulin competes during the Grande Viree dog sled race in the streets of the Old Quebec at the Quebec Winter Carnival in Quebec City, Jan. 30, 2010. (Mathieu Belanger/Reuters)