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In today’s pictures, lawmakers scuffle in Kiev, the Thai government begins payouts to victims of political violence, a boy competes in a soap box race in California, and more.

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MAIDS UNITED
MAIDS UNITED: New York hotel workers were bused in by their union Monday to demonstrate outside a courthouse where former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn pleaded not guilty to accusations he tried to rape a hotel maid on May 14. (Craig Ruttle/Associated Press)

RESTING UP
RESTING UP: Firefighter Brian Quimby, of Eagle River, Alaska, rested after battling a fire in Eagar, Ariz., Sunday. The fire grew to 301 square miles Monday. Several mountain communities have been evacuated and about 2,300 firefighters were at the scene. (Jae C. Hong/Associated Press)

HAPPY DAY
HAPPY DAY: A boy sprayed foam as demonstrators celebrated the departure of Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment. Still, a cease-fire was unraveling as pro-Saleh forces fired on protesters, killing at least six people in San’a, Yemen, Monday. (Mohammed Al-Sayaghi/Associated Press)

TRASH PILE
TRASH PILE: A boy dumped a case of cucumbers onto a pile to be disposed of in Popeşti-Leordeni, Romania, Monday. German authorities are hunting for the origin of an E. coli outbreak that has killed 22 people and infected at least 2,200 since May in Europe. (Robert Ghement/European Pressphoto Agency)

SIFTING THROUGH GARBAGE
SIFTING THROUGH GARBAGE: A boy who collects items to earn a living for his family searched through dirty water in Karachi, Pakistan, on Sunday, World Environment Day. (PPI/Zuma Press)

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