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  • Today in Pictures: May 15, 2012

    Outgoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy leave the Elysee Palace after the handover ceremony, May 15, 2012 in Paris.
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  • Today in Pictures: May 15, 2012

    Madalena Provo, runs up the aisle after it was announced that she had won the Frank Gilbert Bryson Prize during commence ceremony at Barnard College, May 14, 2012, in New York. President Barack Obama addressed the graduating class during this ceremony.
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    A protestor with Spain's Indignant movement sits in front of a banner with the slogan 'Desmontando Mentiras' ('Lies Dismantled') during a rally at Puerta del Sol, May 15, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. Spaniards angered by increasingly grim economic prospects and unemployment have protested for several days in the nation's largest cities, marking the one-year anniversary of their movement.
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    An Israeli policeman extinguishes burning Israeli flags with his feet after Palestinian youths set them on fire in the east Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Issawiya, May 15, 2012 during protests to mark Nakba day, which commemorates the exodus of hundreds of thousands of their kin after the establishment of Israel state in 1948.
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    A member of the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) party is injured by a stone thrown, May 15, 2012 by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in the center of Johannesburg. DA supporters marched on the head office of the Cosatu to demand government wage subsidies for young people, which the party says will create over 400,000 jobs.
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    Marine officer Humberto Gimenez poses for a photo with a snake, called "Kuriju" in the Guarani indigenous language, wrapped over his shoulders before an Independence Day parade in Asuncion, Paraguay, May 14, 2012. Paraguay is marking 201 years of independence from Spain.
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    Sri Lankan Specials Forces ride in formation during a parade rehearsal in Colombo on May 15, 2012. Sri Lanka celebrates War Heroes Week with a military parade scheduled for May 19. The parade celebrates the third anniversary of the military defeated the Tamil Tiger rebels in May 2009, ending a 37-year long separatist conflict.
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    Visitors look out over to Pudong from the Bund on a hazy day in Shanghai, May 15, 2012. The United States consulate in Shanghai has begun issuing its own pollution statistics, giving a much more pessimistic assessment of the city's air quality than official Chinese data.
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    Tanker trucks, used to transport fuel to NATO forces in Afghanistan, are seen parked near oil terminals in Pakistan's port city of Karachi, May 15, 2012. Pakistan looks poised to end a nearly six-month blockade of NATO ground supply routes into Afghanistan. Islamabad shut its Afghan border crossings to NATO supplies after US air strikes killed 24 soldiers last November.
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