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<p>Dreyer and Reinbold Racing driver Mike Conway flies through the air after crashing with Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay (37) during the 94th running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Indiana May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Papke </p>

Dreyer and Reinbold Racing driver Mike Conway flies through the air after crashing with Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay (37) during the 94th running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Indiana May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry...more

Dreyer and Reinbold Racing driver Mike Conway flies through the air after crashing with Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay (37) during the 94th running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Indiana May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Papke

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<p>Workers contracted by British Petroleum (BP) search the beach for tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon oil leak, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010. U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and the Obama administration to do more to save the U.S. Gulf Coast from an out-of-control oil spill that one congressman called an "environmental crime". The failure on Saturday of a "top kill" technique attempted by British-based BP to try to seal its leaking Gulf of Mexico well unleashed a surge of anger and frustration that poses a major domestic challenge for President Barack Obama.  REUTERS/Lee Celano </p>

Workers contracted by British Petroleum (BP) search the beach for tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon oil leak, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010. U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and the Obama administration to...more

Workers contracted by British Petroleum (BP) search the beach for tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon oil leak, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010. U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and the Obama administration to do more to save the U.S. Gulf Coast from an out-of-control oil spill that one congressman called an "environmental crime". The failure on Saturday of a "top kill" technique attempted by British-based BP to try to seal its leaking Gulf of Mexico well unleashed a surge of anger and frustration that poses a major domestic challenge for President Barack Obama. REUTERS/Lee Celano

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<p>A model presents a creation from Filhas de Gaia's 2010/2011 summer collection during the Fashion Rio Show in Rio de Janeiro, May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos  </p>

A model presents a creation from Filhas de Gaia's 2010/2011 summer collection during the Fashion Rio Show in Rio de Janeiro, May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos

A model presents a creation from Filhas de Gaia's 2010/2011 summer collection during the Fashion Rio Show in Rio de Janeiro, May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos

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<p>Relatives of a man gunned down by unknown assailants react at a crime scene in a working class neighborhood in Monterrey, Mexico May 29, 2010. Gunmen killed a man and injured his girlfriend after a car chase, according to local media. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo </p>

Relatives of a man gunned down by unknown assailants react at a crime scene in a working class neighborhood in Monterrey, Mexico May 29, 2010. Gunmen killed a man and injured his girlfriend after a car chase, according to local media. REUTERS/Tomas...more

Relatives of a man gunned down by unknown assailants react at a crime scene in a working class neighborhood in Monterrey, Mexico May 29, 2010. Gunmen killed a man and injured his girlfriend after a car chase, according to local media. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo

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<p>Residents of the Flor del Campo neighbourhood watch the overflowing Choluteca River after heavy rains in Tegucigalpa, Hondruas May 30, 2010. The aftermath of the storm Agatha have left some 86 dead in Central America but the authorities are worried about more deaths, to the constant reports of flooding and overflowing of rivers by heavy rains that fall in three countries in the region. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido </p>

Residents of the Flor del Campo neighbourhood watch the overflowing Choluteca River after heavy rains in Tegucigalpa, Hondruas May 30, 2010. The aftermath of the storm Agatha have left some 86 dead in Central America but the authorities are worried...more

Residents of the Flor del Campo neighbourhood watch the overflowing Choluteca River after heavy rains in Tegucigalpa, Hondruas May 30, 2010. The aftermath of the storm Agatha have left some 86 dead in Central America but the authorities are worried about more deaths, to the constant reports of flooding and overflowing of rivers by heavy rains that fall in three countries in the region. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

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<p>Rams fight during a Sundanese traditional cultural event called Adu Domba Garut (Garut Ram Fighting) at Parompong district in Bandung, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province May 30, 2010. A fighting ram is worth between Rp 4 million ($434) and Rp 5 million ($543), and a champion ram could sell for between Rp 30 million ($3,255) and Rp 50 million ($5,425), a breeder said. The rams are given a special diet which may contain eggs, honey, liver, iron tonic and black beer. Before fighting, the rams are given intensive training that includes exercise, practice fighting, swimming and massages. REUTERS/Beawiharta </p>

Rams fight during a Sundanese traditional cultural event called Adu Domba Garut (Garut Ram Fighting) at Parompong district in Bandung, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province May 30, 2010. A fighting ram is worth between Rp 4 million ($434) and...more

Rams fight during a Sundanese traditional cultural event called Adu Domba Garut (Garut Ram Fighting) at Parompong district in Bandung, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province May 30, 2010. A fighting ram is worth between Rp 4 million ($434) and Rp 5 million ($543), and a champion ram could sell for between Rp 30 million ($3,255) and Rp 50 million ($5,425), a breeder said. The rams are given a special diet which may contain eggs, honey, liver, iron tonic and black beer. Before fighting, the rams are given intensive training that includes exercise, practice fighting, swimming and massages. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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<p>Colombia's presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos of the Party of National Unity greets supporters in Bogota May 30, 2010. Santos won the first round in Colombia's presidential elections. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez  </p>

Colombia's presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos of the Party of National Unity greets supporters in Bogota May 30, 2010. Santos won the first round in Colombia's presidential elections. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

Colombia's presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos of the Party of National Unity greets supporters in Bogota May 30, 2010. Santos won the first round in Colombia's presidential elections. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

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<p>A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela, Algeria May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra </p>

A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela, Algeria May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most...more

A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela, Algeria May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

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<p>Palestinians ride aboard boats in a preparation for the arrival of a convoy of ships to Gaza's Seaport, May 30, 2010. 
REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa</p>

Palestinians ride aboard boats in a preparation for the arrival of a convoy of ships to Gaza's Seaport, May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

Palestinians ride aboard boats in a preparation for the arrival of a convoy of ships to Gaza's Seaport, May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

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<p>Two sisters walk down a street which was flooded by rains from Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan, Guatemala May 30, 2010. The remnants of Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 74 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. Guatemalan authorities reported 63 confirmed deaths and said at least 24 people were missing. More than 74,000 people were forced to flee their homes.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Two sisters walk down a street which was flooded by rains from Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan, Guatemala May 30, 2010. The remnants of Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 74 people in the region,...more

Two sisters walk down a street which was flooded by rains from Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan, Guatemala May 30, 2010. The remnants of Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 74 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. Guatemalan authorities reported 63 confirmed deaths and said at least 24 people were missing. More than 74,000 people were forced to flee their homes. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A girl stands in a voting booth during the mayoral election at a polling station in Tbilisi, Georgia May 30, 2010. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is expected to pass his first electoral test since a 2008 war with Russia on Sunday, aided by a fragmented opposition that has struggled to capitalise on public anger over his rule.  REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili  </p>

A girl stands in a voting booth during the mayoral election at a polling station in Tbilisi, Georgia May 30, 2010. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is expected to pass his first electoral test since a 2008 war with Russia on Sunday, aided by a...more

A girl stands in a voting booth during the mayoral election at a polling station in Tbilisi, Georgia May 30, 2010. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is expected to pass his first electoral test since a 2008 war with Russia on Sunday, aided by a fragmented opposition that has struggled to capitalise on public anger over his rule. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili

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<p>A roadside sign expresses resentment towards British Petroleum (BP) and U.S. President Barack Obama over the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010.  U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and the Obama administration to do more to save the U.S. Gulf Coast from an out-of-control oil spill that one congressman called an 'environmental crime'.  REUTERS/Lee Celano </p>

A roadside sign expresses resentment towards British Petroleum (BP) and U.S. President Barack Obama over the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010. U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and...more

A roadside sign expresses resentment towards British Petroleum (BP) and U.S. President Barack Obama over the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, in Grand Isle, Louisiana May 30, 2010. U.S. lawmakers and the American public clamored on Sunday for BP and the Obama administration to do more to save the U.S. Gulf Coast from an out-of-control oil spill that one congressman called an 'environmental crime'. REUTERS/Lee Celano

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<p>Singer Rihanna performs during a concert in Tel Aviv May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Amir Cohen </p>

Singer Rihanna performs during a concert in Tel Aviv May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Singer Rihanna performs during a concert in Tel Aviv May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

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<p>Japan's Daiki Iwamasa (L) challenges England's John Terry during their international friendly soccer match in Graz May 30, 2010.       REUTERS/Robert Zolles</p>

Japan's Daiki Iwamasa (L) challenges England's John Terry during their international friendly soccer match in Graz May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Robert Zolles

Japan's Daiki Iwamasa (L) challenges England's John Terry during their international friendly soccer match in Graz May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Robert Zolles

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<p>North Koreans attend a mass rally against South Korea's Lee Myung-bak government and the U.S. at Kim Il-sung Square in Pyongyang May 30, 2010, in this picture released by the North's official news agency KCNA on May 31, 2010. China deflected pressure to censure North Korea at a regional summit on Sunday, instead urging its neighbours to calm tensions over the sinking of a warship and avoid any clash that could shake Asia. This picture was provided by a third party- veracity cannot be guaranteed.  REUTERS/KCNA</p>

North Koreans attend a mass rally against South Korea's Lee Myung-bak government and the U.S. at Kim Il-sung Square in Pyongyang May 30, 2010, in this picture released by the North's official news agency KCNA on May 31, 2010. China deflected pressure...more

North Koreans attend a mass rally against South Korea's Lee Myung-bak government and the U.S. at Kim Il-sung Square in Pyongyang May 30, 2010, in this picture released by the North's official news agency KCNA on May 31, 2010. China deflected pressure to censure North Korea at a regional summit on Sunday, instead urging its neighbours to calm tensions over the sinking of a warship and avoid any clash that could shake Asia. This picture was provided by a third party- veracity cannot be guaranteed. REUTERS/KCNA

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<p>People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010.    REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>England's Greg Barden grabs Samoa's Simaika Mikaele round the throat during their World IRB Sevens World Series cup semi-final rugby match at Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland May 30, 2010. REUTERS/David Moir </p>

England's Greg Barden grabs Samoa's Simaika Mikaele round the throat during their World IRB Sevens World Series cup semi-final rugby match at Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland May 30, 2010. REUTERS/David Moir

England's Greg Barden grabs Samoa's Simaika Mikaele round the throat during their World IRB Sevens World Series cup semi-final rugby match at Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland May 30, 2010. REUTERS/David Moir

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<p>Balinese Hindu devotees gathering on the Tanah Lot temple are reflected on a puddle of sea water near Tabanan on Indonesia's resort island of Bali for the celebration of the temple anniversary May 29, 2010. Picture rotated 180 degrees.   REUTERS/Laurence Tan </p>

Balinese Hindu devotees gathering on the Tanah Lot temple are reflected on a puddle of sea water near Tabanan on Indonesia's resort island of Bali for the celebration of the temple anniversary May 29, 2010. Picture rotated 180 degrees. ...more

Balinese Hindu devotees gathering on the Tanah Lot temple are reflected on a puddle of sea water near Tabanan on Indonesia's resort island of Bali for the celebration of the temple anniversary May 29, 2010. Picture rotated 180 degrees. REUTERS/Laurence Tan

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<p>Choi Wi-hwan, an independent candidate for a member of the City Council of Seoul, delivers a speech wearing a Superman outfit to drivers during his election campaign for the upcoming June 2 local election in central Seoul May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak </p>

Choi Wi-hwan, an independent candidate for a member of the City Council of Seoul, delivers a speech wearing a Superman outfit to drivers during his election campaign for the upcoming June 2 local election in central Seoul May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Jo...more

Choi Wi-hwan, an independent candidate for a member of the City Council of Seoul, delivers a speech wearing a Superman outfit to drivers during his election campaign for the upcoming June 2 local election in central Seoul May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak

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<p>A rider crashes into a security wall during the Red Bull Road Rage bike downhill race in Sigulda, Latvia May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins </p>

A rider crashes into a security wall during the Red Bull Road Rage bike downhill race in Sigulda, Latvia May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

A rider crashes into a security wall during the Red Bull Road Rage bike downhill race in Sigulda, Latvia May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

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<p>Spanish Queen Sofia (C) stumbles as King Juan Carlos (2nd L) helps her next to Crown Prince Felipe (L) and Minister of Defence Carme Chacon (R) during celebrations marking Spanish Armed Forces Day in Badajoz May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho </p>

Spanish Queen Sofia (C) stumbles as King Juan Carlos (2nd L) helps her next to Crown Prince Felipe (L) and Minister of Defence Carme Chacon (R) during celebrations marking Spanish Armed Forces Day in Badajoz May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho more

Spanish Queen Sofia (C) stumbles as King Juan Carlos (2nd L) helps her next to Crown Prince Felipe (L) and Minister of Defence Carme Chacon (R) during celebrations marking Spanish Armed Forces Day in Badajoz May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho

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<p>A surfer wipes out at a break known as "Fairy Bower" on Sydney's northern beaches May 31, 2010. A small number of Sydney surfers made the most of big swells that gale force winds bought to Sydney on Monday as Australia's east coast was drenched by an intense low pressure system.       REUTERS/Tim Wimborne</p>

A surfer wipes out at a break known as "Fairy Bower" on Sydney's northern beaches May 31, 2010. A small number of Sydney surfers made the most of big swells that gale force winds bought to Sydney on Monday as Australia's east coast was drenched by an...more

A surfer wipes out at a break known as "Fairy Bower" on Sydney's northern beaches May 31, 2010. A small number of Sydney surfers made the most of big swells that gale force winds bought to Sydney on Monday as Australia's east coast was drenched by an intense low pressure system. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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<p>A woman peeks out of her house near the site of a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building.   REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A woman peeks out of her house near the site of a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A woman peeks out of her house near the site of a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A man attempts to rescue a boy who tried to cross the overflowing Huiza River on a damaged bridge in La Libertad, 40 km south of San Salvador, El Salvador May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries.   REUTERS/Luis Galdamez  </p>

A man attempts to rescue a boy who tried to cross the overflowing Huiza River on a damaged bridge in La Libertad, 40 km south of San Salvador, El Salvador May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on...more

A man attempts to rescue a boy who tried to cross the overflowing Huiza River on a damaged bridge in La Libertad, 40 km south of San Salvador, El Salvador May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America on Sunday after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez

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