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CHOKED UP: Speaker of the House John Boehner (R., Ohio) was emotional as Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong received a Congressional Gold Medal at the Capitol in Washington Wednesday. Astronauts John Glenn, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin also received medals. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

PONCHO IN THE PARK: A woman wrapped in a plastic poncho sat on a bench at New York’s Zuccotti Park. A judge ruled Tuesday that Occupy Wall Street protesters can no longer camp out in the park near Wall Street after police cleared the area earlier in the day. (Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters)

HAVING A BALL: Maintenance worker Luis Alcala emerged from inside a large Christmas ornament that he bolted down at the South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif., Tuesday. (H. Lorren Au Jr./The Orange County Register/Associated Press)

CRIME SCENE: Law enforcement investigated a window at the White House in Washington Wednesday. Pennsylvania authorities arrested Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, of Idaho, in connection with shots fired at the White House Friday. The windows are bulletproof. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

SILENCE IS GOLDEN: A lawmaker from the ruling Justice and Development Party, Huseyin Sahin, tried to stop a fellow party member, Muhittin Aksak, from speaking during a debate at parliament in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday. (Adem Altan/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

BOY IN THE MASK: Yang Weihao’s mother helped him take off a mask at their home in Zhuanji, Anhui Province, China, Tuesday. The boy was severely burnt in a fire in June and has to wear a surgical mask and a pair of gloves to prevent the wounds from becoming infected. (Reuters)

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RESCUE WORK: A man pointed to a spot in the rubble as rescuers gathered in Van, Turkey, Tuesday. Earlier, rescuers freed a baby and her mother, both alive. The death toll had risen to 432 by Tuesday afternoon from a 7.2-magnitude earthquake that rattled eastern Turkey Sunday. (Quentin Top/Wostok Press/Maxppp/Zuma Press)

LIFTED UP: A wounded protester was rushed to a makeshift hospital in San’a, Yemen, after government troops opened fire on tens of thousand of demonstrators, killing at least two, on Tuesday. (Marwan Naamani/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

WILL ROW FOR FOOD: People paddled toward food dropped by a Thai army helicopter in a village that has been isolated by flooding in Ayutthaya, Thailand, Tuesday. (Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters)

HUNKERED DOWN: A police officer stood guard inside a bunker after a grenade exploded in a market in Srinagar, India, Tuesday. Suspected militants carried out two grenade attacks on security force installations, injuring at least three paramilitary soldiers, police said. (Altaf Zargar/Zuma Press)

LUNCH BREAK: A vendor ate amid piles of stacked rice at a market in Hefei, Anhui Province, China, Tuesday. (Reuters)

PRESENT! European Parliament member Czeslaw Adam Siekierski attended a debate Tuesday in Strasbourg, France, regarding the economic crisis. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)

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STUCK IN THE MUD STUCK IN THE MUD: U.S. Army soldiers from the 27th Infantry Regiment pulled a tractor out of the mud at their mountaintop position at Observation Post Mustang in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, Friday. (John Moore/Getty Images)

LOG PILE LOG PILE: A worker loaded timber on a truck at a processing site on the outskirts of Hefei, Anhui Province, China, Friday. (Reuters)

MONEY RETURNED MONEY RETURNED: Crew members on a Royal Air Force aircraft accompanied a large consignment of Libyan currency to Benghazi, Libya, Wednesday. Around 280 million Libyan dinar banknotes from Britain, frozen at the start of the Libyan conflict, have been released and delivered back to Libya. (Associated Press)

A LOT OF SMOKES A LOT OF SMOKES: Cigarettes were stacked on a production line at Bulgartabak’s cigarette mill Friday in Sofia, Bulgaria. BT Invest, a company controlled by Russian state VTB bank, won a tender to buy a 79.8% stake in Bulgaria’s dominant cigarette maker for 100 million euros ($145 million). (Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)

WEAK JOBS REPORT WEAK JOBS REPORT: Traders worked on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Friday. Data showed the U.S. economy failed to add jobs in August for the first time in almost a year, raising the odds of a return to recession. (Jin Lee/Associated Press)

HINDU PRAYER HINDU PRAYER: A woman prayed as she touched the toes of a 52-foot idol of the elephant-headed Hindu god Lord Ganesh during the ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ Hindu festival in Hyderabad, India, Friday. (Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images)

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WRITING ON THE WALL WRITING ON THE WALL: A woman walked past a projected stock-price board in a brokerage house in Taipei, where the key Taiex index fell 0.79% during Tuesday’s trading, amid concern over the U.S. economy and credit rating. (Pichi Chuang/Reuters)

DROUGHT-STRICKEN DROUGHT-STRICKEN: Women ate wild fruits in Turkana, Kenya, Tuesday. A local official said food aid hadn’t reached many parts of the Turkana region, where more than half the population is dependent on relief. (Dai Kurokawa/European Pressphoto Agency)

LONDON RIOTS LONDON RIOTS: A rioter goofed around for the press Tuesday in London’s Hackney district as young people and police clashed in riots across the British capital. (Rick Findler/Zuma Press)

OUT ON A LIMB OUT ON A LIMB: Mark Calvert, an electric company lineman, stretched toward a downed power line in Oklahoma City Tuesday. Strong thunderstorms that rumbled across central Oklahoma brought much-needed rain but also damaged several homes and businesses and cut power to thousands. (Sue Ogrocki/Associated Press)

WATERMELON MAN WATERMELON MAN: A vender ate a watermelon Tuesday at a market in Huaibei, in China’s Anhui Province. (ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

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