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<p>A man practices Tai Chi during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. Shanghai underwent a massive facelift for the coming Shanghai World Expo due to start on May 1, 2010. The Oriental Pearl tower is seen in the background. REUTERS/Nir Elias </p>

A man practices Tai Chi during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. Shanghai underwent a...more

A man practices Tai Chi during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. Shanghai underwent a massive facelift for the coming Shanghai World Expo due to start on May 1, 2010. The Oriental Pearl tower is seen in the background. REUTERS/Nir Elias

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<p>A penitent walks to church before taking part in the procession of the La Paz (The Peace) brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo </p>

A penitent walks to church before taking part in the procession of the La Paz (The Peace) brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in...more

A penitent walks to church before taking part in the procession of the La Paz (The Peace) brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

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<p>Venezuela's Andreina Acevedo performs during the individual ball competition of the Rhythmic Gymnastics at the South American Games in Medellin March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez  </p>

Venezuela's Andreina Acevedo performs during the individual ball competition of the Rhythmic Gymnastics at the South American Games in Medellin March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

Venezuela's Andreina Acevedo performs during the individual ball competition of the Rhythmic Gymnastics at the South American Games in Medellin March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

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<p>Kashmiri women cry upon seeing a relic of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his death anniversary in Srinagar March 28, 2010. Thousands of Kashmiri Sufi Muslims gathered on Sunday at the shrine of Jeelani, also known as Shah-e-Baghdad (King of Baghdad), on his 870th death anniversary to offer special prayers.  REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli  </p>

Kashmiri women cry upon seeing a relic of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his death anniversary in Srinagar March 28, 2010. Thousands of Kashmiri Sufi Muslims gathered on Sunday at the shrine of Jeelani, also known as Shah-e-Baghdad...more

Kashmiri women cry upon seeing a relic of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, a Sufi saint, on his death anniversary in Srinagar March 28, 2010. Thousands of Kashmiri Sufi Muslims gathered on Sunday at the shrine of Jeelani, also known as Shah-e-Baghdad (King of Baghdad), on his 870th death anniversary to offer special prayers. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli

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<p>A Turkish woman watches a demonstration rally of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele </p>

A Turkish woman watches a demonstration rally of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele

A Turkish woman watches a demonstration rally of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele

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<p>Riot police arrest a left-wing protester during a demonstration against a march of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele </p>

Riot police arrest a left-wing protester during a demonstration against a march of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele more

Riot police arrest a left-wing protester during a demonstration against a march of supporters of the extreme right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) against Islamisation in Germany, in Duisburg March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele

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<p>Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Ilan Sviatkovsky in Rishon Letzion, near Tel Aviv March 28, 2010. Two Israeli soldiers, one of them Sviatkovsky, and two Palestinian militants were killed on Friday in the most deadly clash on the Israel-Gaza frontier since Israel ended an offensive there 14 months ago. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun </p>

Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Ilan Sviatkovsky in Rishon Letzion, near Tel Aviv March 28, 2010. Two Israeli soldiers, one of them Sviatkovsky, and two Palestinian militants were killed on Friday in the most deadly clash...more

Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Ilan Sviatkovsky in Rishon Letzion, near Tel Aviv March 28, 2010. Two Israeli soldiers, one of them Sviatkovsky, and two Palestinian militants were killed on Friday in the most deadly clash on the Israel-Gaza frontier since Israel ended an offensive there 14 months ago. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

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<p>Samoa's Lolo Lui (L) is tackled by England's Ben Gollings during the Cup semi finals of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament March 28, 2010.   REUTERS/Tyrone Siu  </p>

Samoa's Lolo Lui (L) is tackled by England's Ben Gollings during the Cup semi finals of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Samoa's Lolo Lui (L) is tackled by England's Ben Gollings during the Cup semi finals of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

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<p>East Timorese Catholic women carry wooden crosses during a Palm Sunday procession in Dili March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca </p>

East Timorese Catholic women carry wooden crosses during a Palm Sunday procession in Dili March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

East Timorese Catholic women carry wooden crosses during a Palm Sunday procession in Dili March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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<p>McLaren Formula One driver Jenson Button of Britain celebrates winning the Australian F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Wensley  </p>

McLaren Formula One driver Jenson Button of Britain celebrates winning the Australian F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Wensley

McLaren Formula One driver Jenson Button of Britain celebrates winning the Australian F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Wensley

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<p>A penitent takes part in the procession of "La Borriquita" brotherhood during Holy Week in Cordoba, southern Spain, March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho  </p>

A penitent takes part in the procession of "La Borriquita" brotherhood during Holy Week in Cordoba, southern Spain, March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors....more

A penitent takes part in the procession of "La Borriquita" brotherhood during Holy Week in Cordoba, southern Spain, March 28, 2010. Hundreds of Easter processions take place around the clock in Spain during Holy Week, drawing thousands of visitors. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho

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<p>Baylor center Josh Lomers (L), Duke center Brian Zoubek (C) and Baylor forward Ekpe Udoh battle for a rebound in the first half of their NCAA South Regional college basketball game in Houston, Texas, March 28, 2010.   REUTERS/Mike Stone </p>

Baylor center Josh Lomers (L), Duke center Brian Zoubek (C) and Baylor forward Ekpe Udoh battle for a rebound in the first half of their NCAA South Regional college basketball game in Houston, Texas, March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Stone

Baylor center Josh Lomers (L), Duke center Brian Zoubek (C) and Baylor forward Ekpe Udoh battle for a rebound in the first half of their NCAA South Regional college basketball game in Houston, Texas, March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Stone

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<p>Rescuers eat during a break at the site of a flooding accident at Wangjialing coal mine, sitting astride Xiangning county and Hejin city, in Shanxi province March 29, 2010. Rescuers were searching for more than 120 coal miners trapped when a pit under construction in north China's Shanxi province flooded on Sunday, the official Xinhua news agency reported. REUTERS/Stringer</p>

Rescuers eat during a break at the site of a flooding accident at Wangjialing coal mine, sitting astride Xiangning county and Hejin city, in Shanxi province March 29, 2010. Rescuers were searching for more than 120 coal miners trapped when a pit...more

Rescuers eat during a break at the site of a flooding accident at Wangjialing coal mine, sitting astride Xiangning county and Hejin city, in Shanxi province March 29, 2010. Rescuers were searching for more than 120 coal miners trapped when a pit under construction in north China's Shanxi province flooded on Sunday, the official Xinhua news agency reported. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A woman cries as Interior Ministry officers block her way in front of the exit of Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. Two blasts ripped through packed Moscow metro stations on Monday during rush hour, killing at least 34 people and wounding 18, Russian officials said. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin  </p>

A woman cries as Interior Ministry officers block her way in front of the exit of Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. Two blasts ripped through packed Moscow metro stations on Monday during rush hour, killing at least 34 people and...more

A woman cries as Interior Ministry officers block her way in front of the exit of Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. Two blasts ripped through packed Moscow metro stations on Monday during rush hour, killing at least 34 people and wounding 18, Russian officials said. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

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<p>A fire-fighter and Interior Ministry officers work near the entrance of the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. An explosion ripped through Lubyanka station in central Moscow at rush hour on Monday, killing at least 20 people and wounding 11 more, the Emergencies Ministry said.    REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin </p>

A fire-fighter and Interior Ministry officers work near the entrance of the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. An explosion ripped through Lubyanka station in central Moscow at rush hour on Monday, killing at least 20 people and...more

A fire-fighter and Interior Ministry officers work near the entrance of the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow March 29, 2010. An explosion ripped through Lubyanka station in central Moscow at rush hour on Monday, killing at least 20 people and wounding 11 more, the Emergencies Ministry said. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

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<p>Pope Benedict XVI leads the Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi </p>

Pope Benedict XVI leads the Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Pope Benedict XVI leads the Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

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<p>Toronto Raptors guard Jarrett Jack (1) falls over a table during the first half of their NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat in Miami, Florida March 28, 2010.      REUTERS/Doug Murray </p>

Toronto Raptors guard Jarrett Jack (1) falls over a table during the first half of their NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat in Miami, Florida March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Doug Murray

Toronto Raptors guard Jarrett Jack (1) falls over a table during the first half of their NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat in Miami, Florida March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Doug Murray

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<p>U.S. President Barack Obama meets with troops at Bagram Air Base in Kabul, March 28, 2010. Obama arrived unannounced in Afghanistan on Sunday, his first visit to the war zone that could define his presidency since his election as U.S. commander-in-chief. Air Force One landed in darkness at Bagram airfield north of the Afghan capital, and Obama was whisked by helicopter to Hamid Karzai's palace in Kabul, where he was greeted by the Afghan president and a band playing the U.S. national anthem.       REUTERS/Jim Young   </p>

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with troops at Bagram Air Base in Kabul, March 28, 2010. Obama arrived unannounced in Afghanistan on Sunday, his first visit to the war zone that could define his presidency since his election as U.S....more

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with troops at Bagram Air Base in Kabul, March 28, 2010. Obama arrived unannounced in Afghanistan on Sunday, his first visit to the war zone that could define his presidency since his election as U.S. commander-in-chief. Air Force One landed in darkness at Bagram airfield north of the Afghan capital, and Obama was whisked by helicopter to Hamid Karzai's palace in Kabul, where he was greeted by the Afghan president and a band playing the U.S. national anthem. REUTERS/Jim Young

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<p>Dalila Rodriguez Hernandez of Cuba crashes during the Womens Points Race final the UCI Track Cykling World Championships in Ballerup Super Arena near Copenhagen March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix </p>

Dalila Rodriguez Hernandez of Cuba crashes during the Womens Points Race final the UCI Track Cykling World Championships in Ballerup Super Arena near Copenhagen March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix

Dalila Rodriguez Hernandez of Cuba crashes during the Womens Points Race final the UCI Track Cykling World Championships in Ballerup Super Arena near Copenhagen March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Torben Christensen/Scanpix

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<p>A child stand at the site where Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man collect water from a spring near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Beit Horon, as they take part in the ritual of "Mayim Shelanu" March 28, 2010. The water is used to prepare matza, the traditional unleavened bread eaten during the upcoming Jewish holiday of Passover. Passover commemorates the flight of Jews from ancient Egypt as described in Exodus.
 REUTERS/Baz Ratner </p>

A child stand at the site where Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man collect water from a spring near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Beit Horon, as they take part in the ritual of "Mayim Shelanu" March 28, 2010. The water is used to prepare matza, the...more

A child stand at the site where Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man collect water from a spring near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Beit Horon, as they take part in the ritual of "Mayim Shelanu" March 28, 2010. The water is used to prepare matza, the traditional unleavened bread eaten during the upcoming Jewish holiday of Passover. Passover commemorates the flight of Jews from ancient Egypt as described in Exodus. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

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<p>Children queue for free meals sponsored by local government agencies in Cavite city, south of Manila March 29, 2010. More than 300 children will benefit from this campaign which will see food such as rice, macaroni soup, fried eggs and oatmeal distributed every Monday for one month.    REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco </p>

Children queue for free meals sponsored by local government agencies in Cavite city, south of Manila March 29, 2010. More than 300 children will benefit from this campaign which will see food such as rice, macaroni soup, fried eggs and oatmeal...more

Children queue for free meals sponsored by local government agencies in Cavite city, south of Manila March 29, 2010. More than 300 children will benefit from this campaign which will see food such as rice, macaroni soup, fried eggs and oatmeal distributed every Monday for one month. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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<p>Inmates sing and chant the passion of Jesus Christ in front of an altar inside the city jail in Makati city, metro Manila March 29, 2010. Devotees in the mainly Catholic country will go on retreat and reenact the passion of Jesus Christ for the entire week until Good Friday.      REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco </p>

Inmates sing and chant the passion of Jesus Christ in front of an altar inside the city jail in Makati city, metro Manila March 29, 2010. Devotees in the mainly Catholic country will go on retreat and reenact the passion of Jesus Christ for the...more

Inmates sing and chant the passion of Jesus Christ in front of an altar inside the city jail in Makati city, metro Manila March 29, 2010. Devotees in the mainly Catholic country will go on retreat and reenact the passion of Jesus Christ for the entire week until Good Friday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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<p>Villa Clara's short stop Aledmis Diaz (C) and second base Yoandris Canto (R) try to put out Industriales' Alexander Mayeta (L) during their final playoff baseball game at the Cuban National Series in Havana March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa </p>

Villa Clara's short stop Aledmis Diaz (C) and second base Yoandris Canto (R) try to put out Industriales' Alexander Mayeta (L) during their final playoff baseball game at the Cuban National Series in Havana March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa more

Villa Clara's short stop Aledmis Diaz (C) and second base Yoandris Canto (R) try to put out Industriales' Alexander Mayeta (L) during their final playoff baseball game at the Cuban National Series in Havana March 28, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa

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<p>A martial arts artist practices during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. The Shanghai World Expo is due to start on May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Nir Elias </p>

A martial arts artist practices during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. The Shanghai...more

A martial arts artist practices during an early morning session at the Bund, on the banks of the Huangpu River, following its reopening after a massive renovation for the upcoming Shanghai World Expo 2010 in Shanghai March 29, 2010. The Shanghai World Expo is due to start on May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Nir Elias

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