Photos of the day for Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015

A look at some of the top stories and moments for the day from around the world.

Pope Francis waves to the crowd after conducting mass at the Rizal Park on Sunday in Manila, Philippines. | Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images

Pope Francis waves to the crowd after conducting mass at the Rizal Park on Sunday in Manila, Philippines. | Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images

Pope Francis caresses 12-year-old Glyzelle Palomar, a rescued street child during his meeting with youths in Santo Tomas University in Manila, Philippines on Sunday. The pope ditched his prepared remarks and spoke off the cuff in his native Spanish to res

Pope Francis caresses 12-year-old Glyzelle Palomar, a rescued street child during his meeting with youths in Santo Tomas University in Manila, Philippines on Sunday. The pope ditched his prepared remarks and spoke off the cuff in his native Spanish to respond to Glyzelle, who wept as she asked Francis why children suffer so much. Palomar, a former street child rescued by a church-run foundation, told him of children who are abandoned or neglected by their parents and end up on the streets using drugs or in prostitution. | AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino

Mons Roisland of Norway in action during the 13th World Snowboard Tour at Nanshan ski resort on Sunday in Beijing, China. | Lintao Zhang/Getty Images

Mons Roisland of Norway in action during the 13th World Snowboard Tour at Nanshan ski resort on Sunday in Beijing, China. | Lintao Zhang/Getty Images

An Orthodox Christian pilgrim is baptized during an Epiphany celebrations in the Jordan River at the Qasir al-Yahud baptismal on Sunday near Jericho, West Bank. Pilgrims gathered for the annual celebration at the site that the Eastern churches believes Je

An Orthodox Christian pilgrim is baptized during an Epiphany celebrations in the Jordan River at the Qasir al-Yahud baptismal on Sunday near Jericho, West Bank. Pilgrims gathered for the annual celebration at the site that the Eastern churches believes Jesus was baptised by John. | Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers’ Eddie Lacy runs the ball in the first half against the Seattle Seahawks during the 2015 NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field on Sunday in Seattle, Washington. | Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers’ Eddie Lacy runs the ball in the first half against the Seattle Seahawks during the 2015 NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field on Sunday in Seattle, Washington. | Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Zookeeper Angie Benner cleans the top of the new touch aquarium as a southern stingray presses up against the glass at Toledo Zoo’s historic aquarium, in Toledo. | AP Photo/The Blade, Andy Morrison

Zookeeper Angie Benner cleans the top of the new touch aquarium as a southern stingray presses up against the glass at Toledo Zoo’s historic aquarium, in Toledo. | AP Photo/The Blade, Andy Morrison

Members of United Christian Movement chant slogans during demonstration against caricatures published in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, in Peshawar, Pakistan on Sunday. The banner on top reads, ‘”Pakistani Christians condemn targeting religion in the

Members of United Christian Movement chant slogans during demonstration against caricatures published in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, in Peshawar, Pakistan on Sunday. The banner on top reads, ‘”Pakistani Christians condemn targeting religion in the garb of freedom of expression and demand the French government ban Charlie Hebdo.” Dozens of people of Pakistani Christian community demonstrated in Peshawar against the satirical newspaper and its publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. | AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad

Models walk the runway during the Missoni Show as a part of Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall Winter on Sunday in Milan, Italy. | Photo by Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images

Models walk the runway during the Missoni Show as a part of Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall Winter on Sunday in Milan, Italy. | Photo by Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images

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