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Erupting volcanoes, drug wars, famine in Niger, aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, children suffering from Agent Orange disabilities, abortions performed by untrained practitioners in Kenya but also lucha libre for women, traveling cinema in India and couchsurfing in Brooklyn continue

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TUNING UP
TUNING UP: A South Sudanese soldier played the trumpet during a parade rehearsal in Juba Thursday, two days before South Sudan is scheduled to formally secede from the north to become the world’s newest nation. (Phil Moore/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

SHOULDER TO LEAN ON
SHOULDER TO LEAN ON: A relative helped Yogesh Kumar, 20, Thursday, inside the emergency ward of the District Hospital in Etah, India.Thirty-eight people were killed and almost 40 others were injured when a train slammed into a packed bus carrying a wedding party, local officials said. (Manan Vatsyayana/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

BABY-FACE
BABY-FACE: Indonesian artists made a clay sculpture of a child in preparation for Yogyakarta Art Festival in Java, Indonesia, Thursday. The festival will be held July 16. (Slamet Riyadi/Associated Press)

SWAMPY
SWAMPY: A fisherman cleaned up seaweed at his fish farm Wednesday in Shandong Province, China. (ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press)

JOY
JOY: A rebel celebrated the liberation of the Libyan town of al-Qawalish by hoisting his bicycle in the air. In the background, smoke rose from a power station being shelled by retreating soldiers loyal to Col. Moammar Gadhafi. (Gaia Anderson/Associated Press)

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