Top photos and videos of the day: Sunday, March 30, 2014

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Thousands flocked to Grant Park today to participate in the Shamrock Shuffle:

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A selection of some of the best photographs from around the world:

Connecticut’s Ryan Boatright dunks the ball in the first half against Michigan during the East Regional Final on Sunday. | Getty Images

Michigan State’s Travis Trice fails to save a ball from going out of bounds against Connecticuts during the East Regional Final on Sunday. | Getty Images

Hindus devotees breath fire as they carry a effigy known as ‘Ogoh-Ogoh’ during a parade in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Balinese Hindus hold a Ogoh-ogoh parade annually on the day before Nyepi (Silence Day). The Ogoh-ogoh represents the form of demons or the expression of bad traits, made by local artists, that are used to purify the environment. | Getty Images

A model almost falls as models showcase designs on the runway at the SECCRY Hu Sheguang Collection 2014 Show during Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014/2015 at the Banquet Hall of Beijing Hotel. | Getty Images

Kim Lucine of Monaco performs his routine in the exhibition during ISU World Figure Skating Championships at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. | Getty Images

Brazilian Navy soldiers enter the unpacified Complexo da Mare, one of the largest ‘favela’ complexes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Brazilian government has deployed federal forces to occupy the group of violence-plagued slums ahead of the June 12 start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. | Getty Images

The New Zealand rugby team celebrates after winning the Cup Final between England and New Zealand during the 2014 Hong Kong Sevens at Hong Kong International Stadium. | Getty Images

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