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GETTING HIS SAY
GETTING HIS SAY: Bolivian President Evo Morales talked on his cellphone at the New York United Nations headquarters in New York Wednesday, during the U.N. General Assembly. Days earlier, he criticized the U.S. for its counter-narcotics efforts. (Peter Foley/European Pressphoto Agency)

ON THE STREET
ON THE STREET: A homeless family sat on a sidewalk in Kolkata Wednesday. India’s Planning Commission told the Indian Supreme Court Tuesday that villagers earning more than 50 cents a day shouldn’t qualify for welfare. Activists condemn the figure. (Piyal Adhikary/European Pressphoto Agency)

FROM THE FRONT LINE
FROM THE FRONT LINE: People looked inside a vehicle as a casualty form the front lines was brought to a hospital in Misrata, Libya, Tuesday. (Ricardo Garcia Vilanova/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

PHOTO PROOF
PHOTO PROOF: Villagers displaced by flooding held up their identification cards in order to obtain permits that will enable them to get relief in Badin, Pakistan, Wednesday. (Fareed Khan/Associated Press)

BANK RUN
BANK RUN: Customers waited to get their deposits back from Tomato Savings Bank in Seongnam, South Korea, Wednesday. The country’s financial regulator ordered seven banks, including Tomato Savings, to temporarily close due to their weak finances. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)

TIRED PASSENGERS
TIRED PASSENGERS: Commuters waited for train service to resume in Tokyo Wednesday. Typhoon Roke brought travel to a standstill, ripped roofs from homes, triggered landslides and killed at least five people. More than one million residents evacuated some areas. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

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BLUSTERY
BLUSTERY: A man displaced by flooding rushed toward a helicopter to receive air-dropped supplies in Badin, Pakistan, Monday. Millions of Pakistanis have been affected by monsoon flooding. (Rehan Khan/European Pressphoto Agency)

JUST ABOUT READY
JUST ABOUT READY: A model got some finishing touches before walking in designer Montse Bassons’s spring/summer 2012 collection show at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week Monday. (Susana Vera/Reuters)

CLEARING A PATH
CLEARING A PATH: A woman moved fallen stones Monday in Kathmandu, Nepal, after an earthquake struck Nepal, northeast India and Tibet Sunday. At least 53 people were killed. Rescue workers dug through mudslides as they struggled to reach thousands of villagers. (Niranjan Shrestha/Associated Press)

RESTOCKING
RESTOCKING: People released rare and endangered Chinese sturgeon into the Yangtze River in Yichang, Hubei Province, China, Monday. (Liu Shusong/Xinhua/Zuma Press)

IN THE SHADOWS
IN THE SHADOWS: Protesters demonstrated outside the New York Stock Exchange Monday. (Eric Thayer/Reuters)

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UP HIGH
UP HIGH: A man retrieved belongings from a flooded home after heavy rainfall in Karachi, Pakistan, Tuesday. More than 200 people have died and 200,000 have been left homeless in the country’s latest bout of flooding. (Fareed Khan/Associated Press)

SPREADING THEIR WINGS
SPREADING THEIR WINGS: A rebel fighter spread a pigeon’s wings at a compound belonging to Col. Moammar Gadhafi in Assdada Fort, Libya, near Sirte, Tuesday. (Goran Tomasevic/Reuters)

STUNNED STUDENTS
STUNNED STUDENTS: Students wounded when gunmen opened fire on their school van lay at a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, Tuesday. At least four children and the driver were killed in the suspected Taliban attack in Matani, on Peshawar’s outskirts, police said. (Fayaz Aziz/Reuters)

SEEKING HIGHER GROUND
SEEKING HIGHER GROUND: Villagers affected by flooding rode on top of a vehicle into hard-hit Badin, Pakistan, Tuesday. Thousands of men, women and children lined the main road in Badin. Some were sitting under plastic sheets held up by the branches of trees. (Asif Hassan/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)


FIRE! Afghan police officers fired toward buildings that Taliban insurgents took over during an attack on the U.S. Embassy compound in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday. Militants fired grenades and assault rifles at the embassy and other sites in the capital, while suicide bombers struck police buildings. (Ahmad Masood/Reuters)

PUSHING AHEAD
PUSHING AHEAD: A construction worker pushed a cart on top of a building through hazy weather near Beijing’s Central Business District Tuesday. (Alexander F. Yuan/Associated Press)

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