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3 March 2015 Last updated at 10:37

A rare sea creature described as an "alien of the deep" is found off Australia.
Goblin shark
A rare sea creature described as an "alien of the deep" has been found off Australia. The goblin shark's jaw mechanism shoots forward when it detects prey and then retracts under its fleshy, spade-shaped snout.
Kim Jong-un
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un seems to have changed his hairstyle. Gone are the old curtains from last year (right) and in is a more bouffant cut (left). His eyebrows also appear to be shrinking.
Partially-frozen Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is partially frozen as Arctic air blasts the north-east of America.
Frozen building in America
Firefighters working to put out a fire in the American city of Philadelphia in freezing temperatures left behind a building coated in icicles.
Frozen building in America
The fire department says the fire was reported just before 4am on Monday in a three-story building that houses the Locust Medical Centre.
Frozen building in America
It was 3F (-16.1C) with a wind chill of -16F (-26C). The record low temperature for the date is 2F (-16.6C) set in 1888.
Star Wars ice sculpture
Visitors take pictures of a Star Wars snow sculpture on display at the 66th Sapporo Snow Festival in northern Japan on the opening day of the mid-winter festival.
Megamouth shark
Fishermen use a stretcher with steels bars to carry a rare megamouth shark, which was trapped in a net in the Philippines. They can reach a maximum length of 17ft (5.2m) with a life span of 100 years.
Frilled shark
A rare frilled shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus) has been caught by trawler men off Australia. It is one of two remaining species of the ancient family which dates back around 80 million years.