Jamaica's Ricardo Chambers, left, and Jeremy Wariner of the U.S. compete in the men's 200-meter race of the 2009 IAAF Athletics World Championships on Tuesday in Berlin.
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Sgt. Joshua Engbrecht, 28, of Riverside Calif., left, and Pfc. Jack Shortridge, 21, of Long Beach Calif., of the U.S. Army's 1st Platoon Apache Company, 2nd Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment, part of the 3rd Combat Brigade 10th Mountain Division based out of Fort Drum, N.Y., give each other haircuts under the stars at Combat Outpost Tangi in Afghanistan's Wardak Province Tuesday.
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A man looks at Mig-29 jet fighters flown by the Russian aerobatic team Strizhi (Swifts) performing during the International Aviation and Space Show in Zhukovsky, Russia, Tuesday. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin opened Russia's largest and most important air show Tuesday, two days after a collision of two air force jets that killed the leader of the elite aerobatic squadron.
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South Korean participants wear anti-chemical, biochemical and radiological cloth and masks during an anti-terrorism exercise at Samsung Electronic's building in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday. North Korea's decision to restart tours run jointly with South Korea and allow reunions of families separated for decades by the peninsula's war is aimed at obtaining much-needed foreign currency and leverage in negotiations with Washington and Seoul, experts said.
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British soldiers gather evidence next to destroyed cars at the scene of a suicide car bomb attack on the outskirts of Kabul Tuesday. A Taliban suicide bomber attacked a NATO convoy, killing at least seven people and wounding more than 50, officials said, just days before the presidential election that the militant group has vowed to disrupt.
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Extra editions of newspapers reporting on South Korea's former President Kim Dae-jung's death are displayed in front of the Seoul City Hall in South Korea Tuesday. Kim, who survived assassination attempts during his years as a dissident and won the Nobel Peace Prize for his reconciliation efforts with communist North Korea, died Tuesday. The headline reads "South Korea's former President Kim Dae-jung's death."
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A Palestinian woman waits for approval to get her food ration in a U.N. Relief and Works Agency warehouse in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City Tuesday. UNRWA launched on Monday its Gaza Ramadan Appeal for $181 million in order to provide food, jobs and cash assistance to the poor in Gaza.
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South Korean police SWAT team members run through smoke during an anti-terrorism exercise at Samsung Electronic's building in Seoul on Tuesday. In a rare conciliatory gesture after months of bitter hostility, North Korea said Monday it would restart family reunions and a stalled tourism program for South Koreans.
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The aerial handout photo taken and provided by Taiwan's Military News Agency on Tuesday shows houses engulfed by massive landslides on a mountain of Alishan, a scenic township in the southern Chiayi county. Soldiers searched typhoon-devastated areas for survivors and bodies as more than 1,600 people waited to be airlifted to safety 10 days after Typhoon Morakot struck Taiwan.
English bowler Stuart Broad stretches for a catch and lands on his side during training for the fifth Ashes Cricket Test between England and Australia at The Oval, in London, on Tuesday. England was given a fright ahead of the final Ashes Test against Australia when pace bowler Stuart Broad appeared to sustain a rib injury during fielding practice. Broad, after taking a diving catch in his right hand, fell awkwardly on his side. He was then treated on the turf before getting to his feet clutching his ribs.
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