In Pics: What happened across the world on April 10

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Paris and met French President Francois Hollande today. He was welcomed with the ceremonial guard of honour.

Meanwhile, demostrators of the "Cumbre de los Pueblos" or "People's Summit," marched during a protest against U.S. policies in Latin America, in Panama City.

Barack Obama said that he soon had to decide whether to remove Cuba from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism now that the State Department has finished a review on the question as part of the move to reopen diplomatic relations with the island nation.

OneIndia brings to you news from across the world in pictures

Demonstrators protest in Panama City

Demostrators of the "Cumbre de los Pueblos" or "People's Summit," march during a protest against U.S. policies in Latin America, in Panama City.

Narendra Modi arrives in Paris

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with French CEO'S during the round table meeting on Infrastructure in Paris on Friday.

Shooting in Washington

Law enforcement officers investigate the scene involving at least one wrecked DC Metro police car in Washington. An armed man kidnapped a woman, shot a Census Bureau guard and led police on a car chase through Maryland and Washington, D.C.

President Obama in Jamaica

President Barack Obama talks with Prime Minister of Bahamas Perry G. Christie, right, at the summit with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders in Kingston, Jamaica.

Rally against the visit by U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter

Protesters shout slogans during a rally against the visit by U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter in front of the Defense Ministry in Seoul, South Korea, Friday

Vice President Joe Biden speaks about U.S. policy in Iraq

Vice President Joe Biden speaks about U.S. policy in Iraq, Thursday, April 9, 2015, at the National Defense University in Washington, in advance of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's visit to Washington, next week. The vice president was to discuss Iraq's political and military progress, and the work that lies ahead to defeat ISIL and forge a more inclusive Iraq.

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