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The photographer Tim Greyhavens has documented the modern sites of historic anti-Chinese violence in the United States long ago, challenging his audience to draw the connections from past to present.

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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev holds a special forces sniper rifle during a visit to the 10th Detached Special Purpose Brigade of the Russian Defence Ministry on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011.

Jonathan Woods writes

I present you with this photo knowing full-well that my colleague, David Arnott, just published an image of Russian P.M. Putin. But you can't get too much of a good thing, and pictures of top Russian government officials doing quirky things cannot be published with too great a frequency.

Let's just hope a few U.S. Presidential candidates provide us some fodder in our current election cycle that rival what we've seen in the past.

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China Daily via Reuters

People inspect the scene where a bus dropped at the collapsed Wuyishan Gongguan Bridge in Fujian province, China, on Thursday, July 14.One person died and 22 were injured after the bridge collapsed Thursday morning in east China's Fujian Province.

China Daily / Reuters

Rescuers and injured people are seen at the collapsed Wuyishan Gongguan Bridge in Wuyishan, Fujian province July 14, 2011. One person was killed and 22 others were injured after the bridge collapsed Thursday morning in east China's Fujian province, according to local authorities, Xinhua news agency reported.

Jonathan Woods writes

It's shocking more people were not killed in this accident. No further information was immediately available about the cause of the collapse.

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David Mercado / Reuters

People walk on a destroyed road after a landslide in the Kupini and Valle de las Flores districts in La Paz, Bolivia, on Monday, Feb. 28. Heavy rains triggered landslides in the area on Sunday, leaving two people dead, dozens injured and destroying hundreds of houses.

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Jonathan Woods writes:   See more of the latest weather images from around the world here.

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Andrew Caballero-Reynolds / Reuters

Two tourists take a surfing class near a group of fishermen on a beach in Weligama, Sri Lanka on Sunday, Feb. 13.
The country saw a 46.2 percent spike in tourism in January compared to last year, data showed on Monday.

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Jonathan Woods says:I'm ready for summer. Now.

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