Teens For Gun Reform Hold Protest At The White House

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Teens protest for gun reform, cherry blossoms bloom, LFW comes to a close, and more.

Teens For Gun Reform Zach Gibson/Getty Images Teens For Gun Reform Protestors held a 'lie-in' demonstration in support of gun control reform in front of the White House on President's Day. According to a statement from the WH, "the President is supportive of efforts to improve the Federal background check system," a measure in line with legislation that the National Rifle Association supports.

Figure Skating - Winter Olympics Day 11Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesGrand FinaleIn the last Olympic performance of a 20 year career, Canadian ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir brought down the house, capturing their second gold medal. See the latest from Pyeongchang.

TOPSHOT-THAILAND-US-MILITARY-COBRA-GOLDLILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA/AFP/Getty ImagesBloodsuckersU.S. and Thai marines slurped snake blood and ate scorpions and spiders in a jungle survival exercise known as the Cobra Gold war games.See just how gory this annual affair gets.

Flour Wars Get Dirty Milos Bicanski/Getty Images Flour Wars Get Dirty Local revelers in Greece celebrated 'Clean Monday' (or 'Ash Monday') by throwing colored flour at each other. The traditional festivity marks the end of carnival season and the start of Lent. In Bloom VCG/VCG via Getty Images In Bloom Across China, hues of pink are starting to bloom as the annual cherry blossom season begins, marking the beginning of the end of winter. Addis Ababa Massacre Remembered YONAS TADESSE/AFP/Getty Images Addis Ababa Massacre Remembered A memorial service was held in Ethiopia to commemorate the anniversary of the 'Addis Ababa Massacre' or Graziani Massacre, where sources say between 20,000 and 30,000 Ethiopians were killed by Italian occupying forces in 1937. Volcanic Ash Covers Villages KADRI BOY TARIGAN/AFP/Getty Images Volcanic Ash Covers Villages Local villages near Indonesia's Mount Sinabung were covered in ash after the highly active volcano spewed smoke and debris more than 16,000 feet into the air. The volcano has forced almost 30,000 people to evacuate their homes since it became active again in 2010.

Roksanda - Runway - LFW February 2018John Phillips/BFC/Getty ImagesFashion From Across the PondAs London Fashion Week enters its final day, see all the curious couture from this year's shows.

Visiting Buddha China News Service/VCG via Getty Images Visiting Buddha Thousands of tourists waited hours to get a glimpse of the Leshan Giant Buddha in Sichuan, China on the fifth day of Lunar New Year. Standing 233 feet tall, the ancient statue dates back to the year 713 and was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.