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    Leanne Bazinet of Lewiston, Maine, plays with her 2-year-old daughter Jazmin Bernier at No Name Pond in Lewiston, Maine, July 16, 2012.
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    Jumaane, a 4-month old male African baby white rhino stays close to his mother, Shova in its enclosure at the Singapore Zoo, July 17, 2012. Singapore Zoo currently has eight white rhino's in its collection, and with the most number of white rhinos bred in a single zoo in Southeast Asia. White rhinos are considered threatened in the wild and are listed in IUCN's Red List of Threatened species.
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    Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke pauses as he arrives to give a semiannual report to the Senate Banking Committee, July 17, 2012, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Bernanke's testimony comes as job growth has slumped, manufacturing has weakened and consumers have grown more cautious about spending
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    Dancers in Taiwan's Paper Windmill Cultural Foundation perform during a dress rehearsal of Paper Windmill Fantasia in, Taipei, Taiwan, July 17, 2012. With integration of familiar nursery rhymes, passionate dance, literary meaning and sophisticated art forms, this drama claims an unprecedented performance demonstrating the unique innovations of the modern theater in Taiwan.
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    Participants splash colored water each other during a water festival in Seoul, South Korea, July 17, 2012. The event promotes tourism of local county offices ahead of summer vacation season.
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    A girl plays in a water fountain in Tokyo, July 17, 2012. Temperature at Tatebayashi in Gunma prefecture, 100km north of Tokyo soared nearly 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) as the rainy season ended in wide areas of Japan, the meteorological agency reported.
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    Indian members of the eunuch community perform a World Peace Yagna ritual in Ahmedabad on July 17, 2012. The program was sponsored by Manavta Dharma, an NGO that wants to bring eunuchs, a community of people who identify themselves as neither male nor female but as members of a third gender, into main stream society.
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    Boys push a handcart as they transport water cans in Mumbai, India, July 17, 2012.
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    Godffrey Evans, Principle Curator of European Applied Art, examines a Byzantine sardonyx bowl mounted on a 16th century gold stand, the most valuable single object to enter National Museum of Scotland, July 17, 2012, Edinburgh, Scotland. Acquired from the estate of the late Edmund de Rothschild, Scotland's museums allow donors to leave major works of art to the nation in lieu of inheritance tax.
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    An Indian worker prepares idols of the elephant headed Hindu god, Ganesh, at a workshop in Mumbai, India, July 17, 2012. The idols will be immersed in the Arabian Sea at the end of a festival.
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