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MAXIMUM EFFORT
MAXIMUM EFFORT: A choir sang during a concert in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday. The country is celebrating the birth centennial of its founder, Kim Il Sung. (David Guttenfelder/Associated Press)

A HEATED RACE
A HEATED RACE: Cups lay on the ground near a water stop in Wellesley, Mass., during the Boston Marathon Monday. Kenyan Wesley Korir won the men’s division with a heat-slowed time of 2 hours, 12 minutes, 40 seconds. Fellow Kenyan Sharon Cherop won the women’s race. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)

STANDING ON A SHOAL
STANDING ON A SHOAL: A man stood on the exposed shoal of the Hanjiang River Monday. A lack of rainfall has contributed to a severe drought throughout Hubei province, China. (Cheng Fuhua/Xinhua/Zuma Press)

CASUALTY CONFIRMATION
CASUALTY CONFIRMATION: Afghan police officers used cellphones to photograph the body of an insurgent in a bullet-riddled building in Kabul Monday. At least 36 militants were killed in brazen attacks that began Sunday in the capital and elsewhere. At least 11 victims were killed. (Bay Ismoyo/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

DEFIANT
DEFIANT: Anders Behring Breivik, who admitted to a July 22, 2011, bomb-and-shooting massacre in Norway, pleaded not guilty on the first day of his trial in Oslo Monday. Mr. Breivik flashed a closed-fist salute in the courtroom. (Odd Andersen/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

IN SHOCK
IN SHOCK: Carole Beckett held her head as she sorted through the rubble of her tornado-damaged home in Woodward, Okla., Sunday. At least six people died in the town as severe storms swept across the area over the weekend. (Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman/Associated Press)

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