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A supporter of the health care reform holds a sign outside a health care town hall meeting with U.S. congressman Kendrick Meeks (R-FL) in Miami, Florida September 3, 2009. Democrats in the U.S. Congress hope to pass President Barack Obama's overhaul of the country's $2.5 trillion healthcare system amid mounting public skepticism and unified opposition from Republicans. Administration officials said on Wednesday that Obama, who has...more

A supporter of the health care reform holds a sign outside a health care town hall meeting with U.S. congressman Kendrick Meeks (R-FL) in Miami, Florida September 3, 2009. Democrats in the U.S. Congress hope to pass President Barack Obama's overhaul of the country's $2.5 trillion healthcare system amid mounting public skepticism and unified opposition from Republicans. Administration officials said on Wednesday that Obama, who has staked significant political capital on the healthcare drive, would address a joint session of Congress on September 9 to discuss the next steps. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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Amateur inventor Tao Xiangli operates his homemade submarine in a lake on the outskirts of Beijing September 3, 2009. Tao, 34, made a fully functional submarine, which has a periscope, depth control tanks, electric motors, manometer, and two propellers, from old oil barrels and tools which he bought at a second-hand market. He took 2 years to invent and test the submarine which costs 30,000 yuan ($4,385). REUTERS/Christina Hu more

Amateur inventor Tao Xiangli operates his homemade submarine in a lake on the outskirts of Beijing September 3, 2009. Tao, 34, made a fully functional submarine, which has a periscope, depth control tanks, electric motors, manometer, and two propellers, from old oil barrels and tools which he bought at a second-hand market. He took 2 years to invent and test the submarine which costs 30,000 yuan ($4,385). REUTERS/Christina Hu

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Miami Caliente's Tina Caccavale, who plays wide receiver, safety and kicker, (L), Tiara Turley, defensive team captain, center, and linebacker, and Sarah Kimball, who plays safety, right, gear up before practice for the Lingerie Football League (LFL) in Davie, Florida August 27, 2009. The LFL, born out of the commercial success of the 'Lingerie Bowl', a half-time show of women in scanty outfits broadcast during the half-time break...more

Miami Caliente's Tina Caccavale, who plays wide receiver, safety and kicker, (L), Tiara Turley, defensive team captain, center, and linebacker, and Sarah Kimball, who plays safety, right, gear up before practice for the Lingerie Football League (LFL) in Davie, Florida August 27, 2009. The LFL, born out of the commercial success of the 'Lingerie Bowl', a half-time show of women in scanty outfits broadcast during the half-time break in the NFL's Super Bowl, has ten teams competing in seven-a-side full-contact American football, with players dressed in sports bras and the tiniest of shorts. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity

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A South Korean girl plays in front of portraits of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il at an observation post near the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 45 km (28 miles) north of Seoul, September 4, 2009. North Korea said on Friday it was closer to a second way of making nuclear weapons, a move analysts saw as a new tactic to put pressure on the international community after a month of conciliatory gestures....more

A South Korean girl plays in front of portraits of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il at an observation post near the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 45 km (28 miles) north of Seoul, September 4, 2009. North Korea said on Friday it was closer to a second way of making nuclear weapons, a move analysts saw as a new tactic to put pressure on the international community after a month of conciliatory gestures. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak

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Police stand over six suspected armed robbers arrested in central Cape Town, September 3, 2009. South Africa has one of the world's highest rates of violent crime, with 18,487 murders, 36,190 rapes, and 14,201 reported carjackings in 2007-8, according to police. Many crimes go unreported. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Police stand over six suspected armed robbers arrested in central Cape Town, September 3, 2009. South Africa has one of the world's highest rates of violent crime, with 18,487 murders, 36,190 rapes, and 14,201 reported carjackings in 2007-8, according to police. Many crimes go unreported. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

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Family photos of Jaycee Dugard are pictured as they were made available to Reuters in Los Angeles September 3, 2009. Phillip Garrido, a 58-year-old registered sex offender, and his 54-year-old wife, Nancy Garrido, pleaded not guilty on Friday to a total of 29 charges related to the kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard from her South Lake Tahoe, California neighborhood in June 1991. Dugard, now 29, was found after a parole officer for...more

Family photos of Jaycee Dugard are pictured as they were made available to Reuters in Los Angeles September 3, 2009. Phillip Garrido, a 58-year-old registered sex offender, and his 54-year-old wife, Nancy Garrido, pleaded not guilty on Friday to a total of 29 charges related to the kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard from her South Lake Tahoe, California neighborhood in June 1991. Dugard, now 29, was found after a parole officer for Garrido became suspicious, prompting a search of his home about 100 miles (160 km) southwest of where she was abducted. Images show, R to L, Dugard as a three-year old ballerina, in October 1990 dressed as a punk rocker, and in 1991 as she attends the Rose Parade. REUTERS/Handout

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Local fishing guide Dan Vermillion (L) reacts as President Barack Obama (R) hooks a trout on the East Gallatin River near Belgrade, Montana in this official handout photo taken on August 14, 2009 and later released by the White House. The President reportedly hooked around 6 fish, but did not land any, during his first fly fishing outing. REUTERS/Pete Souza/The White House/Handout

Local fishing guide Dan Vermillion (L) reacts as President Barack Obama (R) hooks a trout on the East Gallatin River near Belgrade, Montana in this official handout photo taken on August 14, 2009 and later released by the White House. The President reportedly hooked around 6 fish, but did not land any, during his first fly fishing outing. REUTERS/Pete Souza/The White House/Handout

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A pack of riders cycle during the 5th stage of the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta" cycling race between Tarragona and Vinaros, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez

A pack of riders cycle during the 5th stage of the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta" cycling race between Tarragona and Vinaros, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez

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A man clears debris in his damage house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Supri

A man clears debris in his damage house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Supri

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People walk out of the secured area of People's Square as Chinese security forces block local people from getting into that area in Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region September 4, 2009. Thousands of Han Chinese protested in Urumqi, regional capital of Xinjiang, on Thursday. Some demanded the resignation of the region's veteran Communist Party Secretary after a wave of claims that residents were victims of attacks with...more

People walk out of the secured area of People's Square as Chinese security forces block local people from getting into that area in Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region September 4, 2009. Thousands of Han Chinese protested in Urumqi, regional capital of Xinjiang, on Thursday. Some demanded the resignation of the region's veteran Communist Party Secretary after a wave of claims that residents were victims of attacks with syringes. REUTERS/Nir Elias

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Monks play volleyball at Rabdey Dratsang in the southeastern district of Samdrup Jongkhar in Bhutan September 3, 2009. Five decades ago, Bhutan was a feudal, medieval place with no roads, proper schools or hospitals and scarcely any contact with the outside world. Today education and healthcare are free and life expectancy has risen to 66 years from less than 40. REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk

Monks play volleyball at Rabdey Dratsang in the southeastern district of Samdrup Jongkhar in Bhutan September 3, 2009. Five decades ago, Bhutan was a feudal, medieval place with no roads, proper schools or hospitals and scarcely any contact with the outside world. Today education and healthcare are free and life expectancy has risen to 66 years from less than 40. REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk

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Australian Aboriginal artist Tommy Watson (C) walks in front of some of his paintings in a gallery in Sydney September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

Australian Aboriginal artist Tommy Watson (C) walks in front of some of his paintings in a gallery in Sydney September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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A boy dressed as Lord Ganesh, the remover of obstacles, looks out from a window before being brought out to the public for display and worship during the Indrajatra festival in Kathmandu September 3, 2009. Nepal's Newar community began celebrating the Hindu festival of Indrajatra with the worship of the Kumari, or "living goddess", and the god of rain, Lord Indra. REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha

A boy dressed as Lord Ganesh, the remover of obstacles, looks out from a window before being brought out to the public for display and worship during the Indrajatra festival in Kathmandu September 3, 2009. Nepal's Newar community began celebrating the Hindu festival of Indrajatra with the worship of the Kumari, or "living goddess", and the god of rain, Lord Indra. REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha

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Britian's Prime Minister Gordon Brown views the construction of the London's 2012 Olympics site in east London, September 3, 2009. Brown said the London 2012 Olympics would deliver jobs and lasting economic regeneration in an article published on Thursday ahead of a cabinet meeting at the Games site. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/Pool

Britian's Prime Minister Gordon Brown views the construction of the London's 2012 Olympics site in east London, September 3, 2009. Brown said the London 2012 Olympics would deliver jobs and lasting economic regeneration in an article published on Thursday ahead of a cabinet meeting at the Games site. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/Pool

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Maria Sharapova of Russia serves to Christina McHale of the U.S. during their evening match at the U.S. Open tennis tournament at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky

Maria Sharapova of Russia serves to Christina McHale of the U.S. during their evening match at the U.S. Open tennis tournament at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky

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Libyan youth play card at the beach after iftar (breaking fast) in Tripoli Septembre 3, 2009. Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Libyan youth play card at the beach after iftar (breaking fast) in Tripoli Septembre 3, 2009. Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

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A sign made from stones is pictured in the Idrijca river in Idrijska Bela September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

A sign made from stones is pictured in the Idrijca river in Idrijska Bela September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

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U.S. Marines walk around a base in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

U.S. Marines walk around a base in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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Chinese security forces chase off protesters during a demonstration at the centre of Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region September 4, 2009. Tensions flared in China's western city of Urumqi on Friday, when hundreds of Han Chinese tried to push past security barriers into an ethnic Uighur neighbourhood and shouted demands for better security. The confrontation came a day after many thousands of Han Chinese massed in the...more

Chinese security forces chase off protesters during a demonstration at the centre of Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region September 4, 2009. Tensions flared in China's western city of Urumqi on Friday, when hundreds of Han Chinese tried to push past security barriers into an ethnic Uighur neighbourhood and shouted demands for better security. The confrontation came a day after many thousands of Han Chinese massed in the streets in Urumqi, regional capital of Xinjiang, protesting that they were the targets of mysterious attacks with syringes and that authorities had been too slow to punish Uighurs behind deadly riots on July 5. REUTERS/Nir Elias

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A man sleeps in his house, which was damaged by an earthquake, in Pemeungpeuk subdistrict in West Java province September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Fahrul Rozy

A man sleeps in his house, which was damaged by an earthquake, in Pemeungpeuk subdistrict in West Java province September 3, 2009. REUTERS/Fahrul Rozy

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Devotees carry a statue of the Hindu elephant god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, for immersion in the sea on the last day of "Ganesh Chaturthi" in Mumbai September 3, 2009. Clay statues of Ganesh are made two to three months before the day of "Ganesh Chaturthi", a popular religious festival in India. The idols are taken through the streets in a procession accompanied by dancing and singing, to be immersed in a river or the sea...more

Devotees carry a statue of the Hindu elephant god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, for immersion in the sea on the last day of "Ganesh Chaturthi" in Mumbai September 3, 2009. Clay statues of Ganesh are made two to three months before the day of "Ganesh Chaturthi", a popular religious festival in India. The idols are taken through the streets in a procession accompanied by dancing and singing, to be immersed in a river or the sea symbolizing a ritual see-off of his journey towards his abode in "Kailash", while taking away with him the misfortunes of all mankind. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe

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A technician works at a product line of the Inactivated H1N1 Influenza Vaccine in Sinovac Biotech Ltd., a Chinese vaccine making company, in Beijing, September 3, 2009. Chinese vaccine maker Sinovac has received approval from Chinese health authorities to mass produce a vaccine for the H1N1 strain of flu, the company's CEO, Yin Weidong, said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee

A technician works at a product line of the Inactivated H1N1 Influenza Vaccine in Sinovac Biotech Ltd., a Chinese vaccine making company, in Beijing, September 3, 2009. Chinese vaccine maker Sinovac has received approval from Chinese health authorities to mass produce a vaccine for the H1N1 strain of flu, the company's CEO, Yin Weidong, said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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A boy cries as he is dunked into the Jordan River during a baptism ceremony near the northern Israeli city of Tiberias September 3, 2009. About 70 Christian pilgrims from Spain took part on Thursday in the ceremony at the Yardenit baptismal site. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen

A boy cries as he is dunked into the Jordan River during a baptism ceremony near the northern Israeli city of Tiberias September 3, 2009. About 70 Christian pilgrims from Spain took part on Thursday in the ceremony at the Yardenit baptismal site. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen

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Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama speaks to followers at a speech closed to the media at his hotel in Taipei September 3, 2009. The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader branded by Beijing as a separatist, said today he was ready to negotiate with China on issues concerning his homeland but wanted to see a "green light." REUTERS/Yuan Jia-hung (

Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama speaks to followers at a speech closed to the media at his hotel in Taipei September 3, 2009. The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader branded by Beijing as a separatist, said today he was ready to negotiate with China on issues concerning his homeland but wanted to see a "green light." REUTERS/Yuan Jia-hung (

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