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Abdel Basset al-Megrahi sits in a wheelchair in his room at a hospital in Tripoli September 9, 2009. The dying Libyan convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and freed on compassionate grounds despite U.S. objections was met by African parliamentary deputies on Wednesday in an apparent public show of support. REUTERS/Ismail Zetouny

Abdel Basset al-Megrahi sits in a wheelchair in his room at a hospital in Tripoli September 9, 2009. The dying Libyan convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and freed on compassionate grounds despite U.S. objections was met by African parliamentary deputies on Wednesday in an apparent public show of support. REUTERS/Ismail Zetouny

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People queue outside HMV's Oxford Circus store prior to the launch of The Beatles: Rock Band game, in London September 9, 2009. Fans of the Beatles lined up on Wednesday to buy the band's collected works on a new set of discs and get their hands on an animated video game featuring some of the Fab Four's greatest hits. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

People queue outside HMV's Oxford Circus store prior to the launch of The Beatles: Rock Band game, in London September 9, 2009. Fans of the Beatles lined up on Wednesday to buy the band's collected works on a new set of discs and get their hands on an animated video game featuring some of the Fab Four's greatest hits. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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Mourners chant religious slogans as they carry the coffin of a victim killed by Iraqi forces in Baghdad September 9, 2009. Iraqi forces, backed by U.S. troops, killed two men during a pre-dawn raid in southeastern Baghdad, witnesses and the U.S. military said. The U.S. military said the force returned fire on the two men after coming under fire themselves. REUTERS/Saad Shalash

Mourners chant religious slogans as they carry the coffin of a victim killed by Iraqi forces in Baghdad September 9, 2009. Iraqi forces, backed by U.S. troops, killed two men during a pre-dawn raid in southeastern Baghdad, witnesses and the U.S. military said. The U.S. military said the force returned fire on the two men after coming under fire themselves. REUTERS/Saad Shalash

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Kashmiri women cry as men carry the body of Mohammad Hussain Zargar, a member of Majlis-e-Mashawarat, a local committee spearheading protests over the rape and murder of two women, in Shopian, 60 km (37 miles) south of Srinagar September 9, 2009. The body of Zargar was recovered from an orchard after remaining missing for five days, local media reported. Residents said the two women, aged 17 and 22, were abducted, raped and killed...more

Kashmiri women cry as men carry the body of Mohammad Hussain Zargar, a member of Majlis-e-Mashawarat, a local committee spearheading protests over the rape and murder of two women, in Shopian, 60 km (37 miles) south of Srinagar September 9, 2009. The body of Zargar was recovered from an orchard after remaining missing for five days, local media reported. Residents said the two women, aged 17 and 22, were abducted, raped and killed by security forces in Shopian on May 30. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli

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A man shouts at a supporter of Spain's High Court judge Baltasar Garzon outside the Spanish Supreme Court in Madrid September 9, 2009. Garzon went to the Supreme Court to testify about accusations that he started an investigation into crimes committed during Spain's Civil War without having proper authorization. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A man shouts at a supporter of Spain's High Court judge Baltasar Garzon outside the Spanish Supreme Court in Madrid September 9, 2009. Garzon went to the Supreme Court to testify about accusations that he started an investigation into crimes committed during Spain's Civil War without having proper authorization. REUTERS/Susana Vera

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Congressional Republicans listen during U.S. President Barack Obama's address about healthcare reform to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young

Congressional Republicans listen during U.S. President Barack Obama's address about healthcare reform to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Minnesota Twins batter Justin Morneau fouls a ball off his cheek during the first inning of their MLB American League game against the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto September 9, 2009. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese

Minnesota Twins batter Justin Morneau fouls a ball off his cheek during the first inning of their MLB American League game against the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto September 9, 2009. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese

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Colombia's Fredy Guarin (C) and Abel Aguilar (R) battle Uruguay's Diego Perez for the ball during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match in Montevideo September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

Colombia's Fredy Guarin (C) and Abel Aguilar (R) battle Uruguay's Diego Perez for the ball during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match in Montevideo September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

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A fan of Argentina holds up a national flag next to Paraguayan police officers before the World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match against Paraguay in Asuncion, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

A fan of Argentina holds up a national flag next to Paraguayan police officers before the World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match against Paraguay in Asuncion, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

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Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. The hijacker of a passenger plane seized in Mexico on Wednesday was born in Bolivia and said he was on a divine mission, Mexican Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna told a news conference. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez

Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. The hijacker of a passenger plane seized in Mexico on Wednesday was born in Bolivia and said he was on a divine mission, Mexican Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna told a news conference. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez

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Japan's Shunsuke Nakamura (L) fights for the ball with Ghana's Michael Essien during their friendly soccer match in Utrecht September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos

Japan's Shunsuke Nakamura (L) fights for the ball with Ghana's Michael Essien during their friendly soccer match in Utrecht September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos

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Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi gestures during a right-wing youth party meeting in Rome September 9, 2009. Reports that 30 women attended 18 parties hosted by Berlusconi and some were paid to have sex with guests have added to the Italian leader's problems at a time of speculation that his grip on power may be weakening. A cabinet source said there was no comment on the reports on Wednesday in Corriere della Sera and La...more

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi gestures during a right-wing youth party meeting in Rome September 9, 2009. Reports that 30 women attended 18 parties hosted by Berlusconi and some were paid to have sex with guests have added to the Italian leader's problems at a time of speculation that his grip on power may be weakening. A cabinet source said there was no comment on the reports on Wednesday in Corriere della Sera and La Stampa -- two respected Italian dailies -- suggesting Berlusconi indulged his taste for young women on a larger scale than hitherto suspected. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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President Barack Obama pauses while delivering a speech on healthcare before a joint session of Congress in Washington, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed

President Barack Obama pauses while delivering a speech on healthcare before a joint session of Congress in Washington, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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Police detain Belarussian opposition representatives during a rally in Minsk September 9, 2009. Activists protested the joint Russian and Belarussian military exercises "West-2009" on Wednesday, which they believe will lead to future Russian intervention. The manoeuvres started on Tuesday and will last for three weeks. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

Police detain Belarussian opposition representatives during a rally in Minsk September 9, 2009. Activists protested the joint Russian and Belarussian military exercises "West-2009" on Wednesday, which they believe will lead to future Russian intervention. The manoeuvres started on Tuesday and will last for three weeks. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

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Czech Republic's Tomas Necid (L) and Milan Baros (C) collide with San Marino's goalkeeper Aldo Simoncini during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match in Uherske Hradiste September 9, 2009. REUTERS/David W Cerny

Czech Republic's Tomas Necid (L) and Milan Baros (C) collide with San Marino's goalkeeper Aldo Simoncini during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match in Uherske Hradiste September 9, 2009. REUTERS/David W Cerny

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A man on a partially submerged bus waits to be evacuated on a highway in Istanbul September 9, 2009. At least 23 people were killed when floods swept the Turkish city of Istanbul, swamping houses, turning highways into fast-flowing rivers and drowning seven women in a minibus that was taking them to work. REUTERS/Stringer

A man on a partially submerged bus waits to be evacuated on a highway in Istanbul September 9, 2009. At least 23 people were killed when floods swept the Turkish city of Istanbul, swamping houses, turning highways into fast-flowing rivers and drowning seven women in a minibus that was taking them to work. REUTERS/Stringer

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Search and rescue officers work on the debris of the trucks swept by flash floods in Istanbul September 9, 2009. At least 23 people were killed when floods swept the Turkish city of Istanbul, swamping houses, turning highways into fast-flowing rivers and drowning seven women in a minibus that was taking them to work. REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Search and rescue officers work on the debris of the trucks swept by flash floods in Istanbul September 9, 2009. At least 23 people were killed when floods swept the Turkish city of Istanbul, swamping houses, turning highways into fast-flowing rivers and drowning seven women in a minibus that was taking them to work. REUTERS/Murad Sezer

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Recovered drug addicts participate in a praying session at the "Outcry in the Barrio" ministry in the border city of Ciudad Juarez September 9, 2009. The ministry helps drug addicts, alcoholics and prostitutes to transform their lives through praying to achieve detoxification. Drug gangs have targeted rehab centers in the past, accusing them of protecting dealers from rival groups. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo

Recovered drug addicts participate in a praying session at the "Outcry in the Barrio" ministry in the border city of Ciudad Juarez September 9, 2009. The ministry helps drug addicts, alcoholics and prostitutes to transform their lives through praying to achieve detoxification. Drug gangs have targeted rehab centers in the past, accusing them of protecting dealers from rival groups. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo

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England's Emile Heskey (L) fights for the ball with Croatia's Ivica Krizanac (C) and Mario Mandzukic during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match at Wembley Stadium in London September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

England's Emile Heskey (L) fights for the ball with Croatia's Ivica Krizanac (C) and Mario Mandzukic during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match at Wembley Stadium in London September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

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Spectators wave as the sun sets during the third one-day international cricket match between England and Australia at the Rose Bowl, Southampton, Hampshire, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Philip Brown

Spectators wave as the sun sets during the third one-day international cricket match between England and Australia at the Rose Bowl, Southampton, Hampshire, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Philip Brown

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England's Jermain Defoe (L) challenges Croatia's Josip Simunic during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match at Wembley Stadium in London September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Toby Melville

England's Jermain Defoe (L) challenges Croatia's Josip Simunic during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match at Wembley Stadium in London September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Toby Melville

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Beth Ditto of U.S. band Gossip performs at Le Mouv' radio station studios in Paris, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Beth Ditto of U.S. band Gossip performs at Le Mouv' radio station studios in Paris, September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

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Germany's Miroslav Klose (2nd L) scores against Azerbaijan's goalkeeper Kamran Aghayev during their World Cup 2010 qualifier soccer match in Hanover September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

Germany's Miroslav Klose (2nd L) scores against Azerbaijan's goalkeeper Kamran Aghayev during their World Cup 2010 qualifier soccer match in Hanover September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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Shoppers walk past a closing down sign in a shop window in Cardiff, Wales, September 9 , 2009. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Shoppers walk past a closing down sign in a shop window in Cardiff, Wales, September 9 , 2009. REUTERS/Phil Noble

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