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A young Buddhist monk holds a pair of sunglasses during a teaching session by spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in Tawang, in the northeastern Indian state of Arunchal Pradesh November 10, 2009. The Dalai Lama arrived by helicopter in this remote Buddhist enclave nestled in the icy folds of the eastern Himalayas on Sunday. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

A young Buddhist monk holds a pair of sunglasses during a teaching session by spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in Tawang, in the northeastern Indian state of Arunchal Pradesh November 10, 2009. The Dalai Lama arrived by helicopter in this remote Buddhist enclave nestled in the icy folds of the eastern Himalayas on Sunday. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

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President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks behind the helmet and weapon of one of the fallen soldiers during the III Corps and Fort Hood Memorial Ceremony November 10, 2009 held to honor the victims of the shootings on the Fort Hood Army post in Fort Hood, Texas. Obama is addressing the memorial for the 13 victims of the November 5 shooting incident on the base. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks behind the helmet and weapon of one of the fallen soldiers during the III Corps and Fort Hood Memorial Ceremony November 10, 2009 held to honor the victims of the shootings on the Fort Hood Army post in Fort Hood, Texas. Obama is addressing the memorial for the 13 victims of the November 5 shooting incident on the base. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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Remains of a swimming pool are seen where a hotel stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Gulfport, Mississippi November 9, 2009. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Remains of a swimming pool are seen where a hotel stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Gulfport, Mississippi November 9, 2009. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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U.S. Army Lieutenant Matthew Asmus of A-BTRY 2/377 PFAR Task Force Steel plays golf at FOB Tillman, Afghanistan, November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos

U.S. Army Lieutenant Matthew Asmus of A-BTRY 2/377 PFAR Task Force Steel plays golf at FOB Tillman, Afghanistan, November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos

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Workers fix a fishing boat which was stranded on a resident's house in Lampulo village of Indonesia's Aceh province when the December 26, 2004 tsunami swept Banda Aceh November 10, 2009. The tsunami killed about 170,000 people in Aceh. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva

Workers fix a fishing boat which was stranded on a resident's house in Lampulo village of Indonesia's Aceh province when the December 26, 2004 tsunami swept Banda Aceh November 10, 2009. The tsunami killed about 170,000 people in Aceh. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva

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The image of Joe Cada (L), a 21-year old poker professional from Michigan, is shown on video monitor as he competes against Darvin Moon (R), a 45-year-old logger from Maryland,at the World Series of Poker tournament at the Rio hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada November 9, 2009. Cada beat Moon to win $8.5 million in prize money. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

The image of Joe Cada (L), a 21-year old poker professional from Michigan, is shown on video monitor as he competes against Darvin Moon (R), a 45-year-old logger from Maryland,at the World Series of Poker tournament at the Rio hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada November 9, 2009. Cada beat Moon to win $8.5 million in prize money. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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Students stand at the main plaza in Sivia in the region of Ayacucho that is on the front line of the coca and cocaine trade, November 10, 2009. The Apurimac and Ene River Valleys (VRAE) in Peru have become the world's most intensive coca growing areas with remnant bands of the left-wing Shining Path rebels protecting drug trafficking routes throughout the rugged jungle landscape, according to United Nations analysts....more

Students stand at the main plaza in Sivia in the region of Ayacucho that is on the front line of the coca and cocaine trade, November 10, 2009. The Apurimac and Ene River Valleys (VRAE) in Peru have become the world's most intensive coca growing areas with remnant bands of the left-wing Shining Path rebels protecting drug trafficking routes throughout the rugged jungle landscape, according to United Nations analysts. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

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The coffins of six British soldiers killed in Afghanistan are driven though the streets of Wootton Bassett in southwest England November 10, 2009. Six British servicemen were flown home on Tuesday -- five of whom were shot by a rogue Afghan policeman. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

The coffins of six British soldiers killed in Afghanistan are driven though the streets of Wootton Bassett in southwest England November 10, 2009. Six British servicemen were flown home on Tuesday -- five of whom were shot by a rogue Afghan policeman. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

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Riot police use their shields to push back protesters, mostly students, during a demonstration in front of the U.S. embassy in Manila November 11, 2009, a day before the visit of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton will be visiting the Philippines on November 12-13 before the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Singapore. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

Riot police use their shields to push back protesters, mostly students, during a demonstration in front of the U.S. embassy in Manila November 11, 2009, a day before the visit of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton will be visiting the Philippines on November 12-13 before the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Singapore. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Kidd (L) heads up court after colliding with Houston Rockets guard Kyle Lowry on the sideline during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Dallas, Texas November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Stone

Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Kidd (L) heads up court after colliding with Houston Rockets guard Kyle Lowry on the sideline during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Dallas, Texas November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Stone

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A child walks inside a mosque at Teluk Meranti village in Pelalawan, Indonesia's Riau province, November 10, 2009.REUTERS/Beawiharta

A child walks inside a mosque at Teluk Meranti village in Pelalawan, Indonesia's Riau province, November 10, 2009.REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A British soldier attends a Remembrance Day ceremony at the British cemetery in Kabul November 11, 2009. Commonwealth countries as well as other countries around the world observe two minutes of silence at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month (11:00 am, 11 November), marking the time (in the United Kingdom) the Germans signed the Armistice which ended World War I in 1918. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

A British soldier attends a Remembrance Day ceremony at the British cemetery in Kabul November 11, 2009. Commonwealth countries as well as other countries around the world observe two minutes of silence at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month (11:00 am, 11 November), marking the time (in the United Kingdom) the Germans signed the Armistice which ended World War I in 1918. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

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People stand in front of carnations arranged to form a Turkish national flag as they visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara November 10, 2009. Thousands of Turks visited Ataturk's mausoleum on his 71st death anniversary. Ataturk, the first president of Turkey from 1923 and founder of the modern secular state, died on November 10, 1938. He was 57. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

People stand in front of carnations arranged to form a Turkish national flag as they visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara November 10, 2009. Thousands of Turks visited Ataturk's mausoleum on his 71st death anniversary. Ataturk, the first president of Turkey from 1923 and founder of the modern secular state, died on November 10, 1938. He was 57. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

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An overview shows a creditor meeting of Karstadt, German retailer Arcandor's insolvent department store chain, in Essen November 10, 2009. The search for an investor for Karstadt, the insolvent department store chain of German retail group Arcandor, will begin soon, the insolvency administrator said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

An overview shows a creditor meeting of Karstadt, German retailer Arcandor's insolvent department store chain, in Essen November 10, 2009. The search for an investor for Karstadt, the insolvent department store chain of German retail group Arcandor, will begin soon, the insolvency administrator said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

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A Palestinian boy lights a candle near the grave of the late leader Yasser Arafat during a vigil marking the anniversary of his death, in the West Bank city of Ramallah November 10, 2009. The Fatah movement of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Gaza's Islamist Hamas rulers of detaining dozens of its members on Tuesday to stop them marking the 5th anniversary of the death of Arafat. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

A Palestinian boy lights a candle near the grave of the late leader Yasser Arafat during a vigil marking the anniversary of his death, in the West Bank city of Ramallah November 10, 2009. The Fatah movement of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Gaza's Islamist Hamas rulers of detaining dozens of its members on Tuesday to stop them marking the 5th anniversary of the death of Arafat. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

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Colombian soldiers stand guard in Corinto province November 10, 2009. Nine Colombian soldiers were killed on Monday when their position was attacked by Marxist FARC guerrillas in the southwestern part of the country, commonly used by the rebels as a cocaine smuggling corridor, officials said. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga

Colombian soldiers stand guard in Corinto province November 10, 2009. Nine Colombian soldiers were killed on Monday when their position was attacked by Marxist FARC guerrillas in the southwestern part of the country, commonly used by the rebels as a cocaine smuggling corridor, officials said. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga

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Colombian soldiers patrol past a grenade that has been armed but failed to explode, in Corinto province November 10, 2009. Nine Colombian soldiers were killed on Monday when their position was attacked by Marxist FARC guerrillas in the southwestern part of the country, commonly used by the rebels as a cocaine smuggling corridor, officials said. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga

Colombian soldiers patrol past a grenade that has been armed but failed to explode, in Corinto province November 10, 2009. Nine Colombian soldiers were killed on Monday when their position was attacked by Marxist FARC guerrillas in the southwestern part of the country, commonly used by the rebels as a cocaine smuggling corridor, officials said. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga

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Bulgarian Rosen Markov sets himself on fire in front of the Bulgarian National Television building, to protest against the broadcast of news bulletins in the Turkish language, in central Sofia November 10, 2009. Some 10 percent of Bulgaria's population are ethnic Turks. REUTERS/Bulphoto Agency

Bulgarian Rosen Markov sets himself on fire in front of the Bulgarian National Television building, to protest against the broadcast of news bulletins in the Turkish language, in central Sofia November 10, 2009. Some 10 percent of Bulgaria's population are ethnic Turks. REUTERS/Bulphoto Agency

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Video grab from surveillance video released November 9, 2009 by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) shows a woman lying on train tracks just as a train was pulling into a station in Boston, Massachusetts on November 6, 2009. The woman walked to the edge of the platform and looked at the approaching train, then lost her balance and fell on to the tracks. People waiting on the platform waved their arms to try to...more

Video grab from surveillance video released November 9, 2009 by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) shows a woman lying on train tracks just as a train was pulling into a station in Boston, Massachusetts on November 6, 2009. The woman walked to the edge of the platform and looked at the approaching train, then lost her balance and fell on to the tracks. People waiting on the platform waved their arms to try to alert the driver to the woman and the driver, Charice Lewis, slammed on the emergency brakes, stopping just in time. Lewis and another MBTA employee were honoured by officials on Monday. MBTA transit police said the woman had been drinking. She was unhurt. REUTERS/Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority/Handout

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Police officers escort Tatsuya Ichihashi upon his arrival at Tokyo station November 10, 2009. The Japanese suspect in the death of a young British woman found naked in a sand-filled bathtub has been caught after more than two years on the run during which he had plastic surgery, Japanese media reported on Tuesday. Ichihashi, 30, had been sought in connection with the death of Lindsay Ann Hawker, a 22-year-old English teacher from...more

Police officers escort Tatsuya Ichihashi upon his arrival at Tokyo station November 10, 2009. The Japanese suspect in the death of a young British woman found naked in a sand-filled bathtub has been caught after more than two years on the run during which he had plastic surgery, Japanese media reported on Tuesday. Ichihashi, 30, had been sought in connection with the death of Lindsay Ann Hawker, a 22-year-old English teacher from Brandon, near Coventry, after her body was found on the balcony of his apartment in Ichikawa, east of Tokyo, in March 2007. REUTERS/Kyodo

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Mohammad Rahim, who fled a military offensive in South Waziristan, receives a check-up for ear blockages at a make-shift military clinic for internally displaced people (IDPs) in Dera Ismail Khan, located in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province November 10, 2009. Pakistani Taliban have started a guerrilla war against the army and will wage a tough, protracted fight in the insurgents' South Waziristan stronghold, a...more

Mohammad Rahim, who fled a military offensive in South Waziristan, receives a check-up for ear blockages at a make-shift military clinic for internally displaced people (IDPs) in Dera Ismail Khan, located in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province November 10, 2009. Pakistani Taliban have started a guerrilla war against the army and will wage a tough, protracted fight in the insurgents' South Waziristan stronghold, a Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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A soldier weeps during a memorial service at Fort Hood in Texas November 10, 2009. President Barack Obama participated in the memorial for the 13 victims of the shooting incident that occurred on the base on November 5. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

A soldier weeps during a memorial service at Fort Hood in Texas November 10, 2009. President Barack Obama participated in the memorial for the 13 victims of the shooting incident that occurred on the base on November 5. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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Kalsoom, 6, who was fleeing a military offensive in South Waziristan, sits in a queue with others to receive food handouts at a distribution point for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Dera Ismail Khan, located in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province November 10, 2009. The Pakistani Taliban have started a guerrilla war against the army and will wage a tough, protracted fight in the insurgents' South Waziristan...more

Kalsoom, 6, who was fleeing a military offensive in South Waziristan, sits in a queue with others to receive food handouts at a distribution point for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Dera Ismail Khan, located in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province November 10, 2009. The Pakistani Taliban have started a guerrilla war against the army and will wage a tough, protracted fight in the insurgents' South Waziristan stronghold, a Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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Dark buildings are seen during a blackout in Sao Paulo November 11, 2009. A major electricity outage at the Itaipu hydroelectric dam, the world's largest operational electricity generator on the border with Paraguay, left tens of millions of people in Brazil's two largest cities of Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro without power, according to the Brazilian director of the dam. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

Dark buildings are seen during a blackout in Sao Paulo November 11, 2009. A major electricity outage at the Itaipu hydroelectric dam, the world's largest operational electricity generator on the border with Paraguay, left tens of millions of people in Brazil's two largest cities of Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro without power, according to the Brazilian director of the dam. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

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