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<p>A worker climbs on a pile of rice stock inside a warehouse of the government National Food Authority (NFA) in Bicutan, south of Manila, Philippines September 28, 2010. The Philippine central bank expects annual inflation in September to be between 3.6 percent and 4.5 percent, governor Amando Tetangco said on Tuesday. Tetangco said in a text message to reporters, ' the decline in utility rates plus abundant supply in the market of selected food items could have offset the increases in domestic petroleum prices and marginal increases in rice prices '. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco</p>

A worker climbs on a pile of rice stock inside a warehouse of the government National Food Authority (NFA) in Bicutan, south of Manila, Philippines September 28, 2010. The Philippine central bank expects annual inflation in September to be between...more

A worker climbs on a pile of rice stock inside a warehouse of the government National Food Authority (NFA) in Bicutan, south of Manila, Philippines September 28, 2010. The Philippine central bank expects annual inflation in September to be between 3.6 percent and 4.5 percent, governor Amando Tetangco said on Tuesday. Tetangco said in a text message to reporters, ' the decline in utility rates plus abundant supply in the market of selected food items could have offset the increases in domestic petroleum prices and marginal increases in rice prices '. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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<p>A woman and her son watch Slovene army members from the SVNKON ISAF 14 at a farewell ceremony in the army barrack in Novo Mesto, Slovenia September 27, 2010. Ninety members of the Slovene army and 11 members of the Colorado National Guard from the U.S. will start their duty at the end of October near Herat in Afghanistan.  REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic </p>

A woman and her son watch Slovene army members from the SVNKON ISAF 14 at a farewell ceremony in the army barrack in Novo Mesto, Slovenia September 27, 2010. Ninety members of the Slovene army and 11 members of the Colorado National Guard from the...more

A woman and her son watch Slovene army members from the SVNKON ISAF 14 at a farewell ceremony in the army barrack in Novo Mesto, Slovenia September 27, 2010. Ninety members of the Slovene army and 11 members of the Colorado National Guard from the U.S. will start their duty at the end of October near Herat in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

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<p>Symphony Taite, 18 (L) and Keyanna Fowler, 21, of Los Angeles dodge waves as they cool off in the ocean in Santa Monica, California, September 27, 2010.  Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making it the hottest day since officials began keeping records in 1877.  REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson</p>

Symphony Taite, 18 (L) and Keyanna Fowler, 21, of Los Angeles dodge waves as they cool off in the ocean in Santa Monica, California, September 27, 2010. Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday,...more

Symphony Taite, 18 (L) and Keyanna Fowler, 21, of Los Angeles dodge waves as they cool off in the ocean in Santa Monica, California, September 27, 2010. Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making it the hottest day since officials began keeping records in 1877. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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<p>A wind farm generates electricity behind a hay bail field in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the town of Pincher Creek, Alberta September 27, 2010. The non-polluting source of renewable energy is fed into the provincial electrical grid that powers Southern Alberta industries and residences. REUTERS/Todd Korol </p>

A wind farm generates electricity behind a hay bail field in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the town of Pincher Creek, Alberta September 27, 2010. The non-polluting source of renewable energy is fed into the provincial electrical grid that...more

A wind farm generates electricity behind a hay bail field in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the town of Pincher Creek, Alberta September 27, 2010. The non-polluting source of renewable energy is fed into the provincial electrical grid that powers Southern Alberta industries and residences. REUTERS/Todd Korol

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<p>A fisherman is seen near a rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon September 27, 2010. The dump, located near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean sea several times.    REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho  </p>

A fisherman is seen near a rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon September 27, 2010. The dump, located near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean sea...more

A fisherman is seen near a rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon September 27, 2010. The dump, located near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean sea several times. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho

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<p>A employee poses with the Black Horse Lamp displayed inside a hotel in Taipei September 27, 2010. The piece was conceptualised by design house Moooi of the Netherlands and is made from PVC/cotton on a metal structure.  REUTERS/Nicky Loh </p>

A employee poses with the Black Horse Lamp displayed inside a hotel in Taipei September 27, 2010. The piece was conceptualised by design house Moooi of the Netherlands and is made from PVC/cotton on a metal structure. REUTERS/Nicky Loh

A employee poses with the Black Horse Lamp displayed inside a hotel in Taipei September 27, 2010. The piece was conceptualised by design house Moooi of the Netherlands and is made from PVC/cotton on a metal structure. REUTERS/Nicky Loh

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<p>A boy runs past a brand new schoolhouse built for children of the 33 trapped miners in Camp Esperanza (Hope), where the miners' families are living in tents during the rescue operation, in Copiapo, Chile September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Luis Hidalgo </p>

A boy runs past a brand new schoolhouse built for children of the 33 trapped miners in Camp Esperanza (Hope), where the miners' families are living in tents during the rescue operation, in Copiapo, Chile September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Luis Hidalgo more

A boy runs past a brand new schoolhouse built for children of the 33 trapped miners in Camp Esperanza (Hope), where the miners' families are living in tents during the rescue operation, in Copiapo, Chile September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Luis Hidalgo

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<p>Indian born, British based, artist Anish Kapoor poses for a photograph in front of his work "C-Curve", part of his "Turning the World Upside Down" exhibition, in Hyde Park, central London September 27, 2010. Four of Kapoor's large scale, highly refelective stainless steel giant curved mirror surfaces have been installed in Hyde Park and will be on show until March 2011.    REUTERS/Andrew Winning </p>

Indian born, British based, artist Anish Kapoor poses for a photograph in front of his work "C-Curve", part of his "Turning the World Upside Down" exhibition, in Hyde Park, central London September 27, 2010. Four of Kapoor's large scale, highly...more

Indian born, British based, artist Anish Kapoor poses for a photograph in front of his work "C-Curve", part of his "Turning the World Upside Down" exhibition, in Hyde Park, central London September 27, 2010. Four of Kapoor's large scale, highly refelective stainless steel giant curved mirror surfaces have been installed in Hyde Park and will be on show until March 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

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<p>President Barack Obama takes a giant step over a row of potted ferns as he meets members of the audience after signing the Small Business Jobs Act at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, September 27, 2010. Obama signed a $30 billion small business lending bill into law on Monday, claiming a victory on economic policy for his fellow Democrats ahead of November congressional elections.  REUTERS/Jason Reed   </p>

President Barack Obama takes a giant step over a row of potted ferns as he meets members of the audience after signing the Small Business Jobs Act at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, September 27, 2010. Obama signed a $30...more

President Barack Obama takes a giant step over a row of potted ferns as he meets members of the audience after signing the Small Business Jobs Act at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, September 27, 2010. Obama signed a $30 billion small business lending bill into law on Monday, claiming a victory on economic policy for his fellow Democrats ahead of November congressional elections. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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<p>Country representatives leave after fact-finding mission chairman Karl Hudson-Phillips (not pictured) delivered his report on an attack by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud </p>

Country representatives leave after fact-finding mission chairman Karl Hudson-Phillips (not pictured) delivered his report on an attack by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva...more

Country representatives leave after fact-finding mission chairman Karl Hudson-Phillips (not pictured) delivered his report on an attack by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud

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<p>A man takes photos of geese from a paddle boat on the shores of Sukhana Lake in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds </p>

A man takes photos of geese from a paddle boat on the shores of Sukhana Lake in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

A man takes photos of geese from a paddle boat on the shores of Sukhana Lake in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

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<p>Baltimore Orioles first baseman Luke Scott dives into the stands chasing a foul ball hit by the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning of their MLB American League baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Audette </p>

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Luke Scott dives into the stands chasing a foul ball hit by the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning of their MLB American League baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Audette more

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Luke Scott dives into the stands chasing a foul ball hit by the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning of their MLB American League baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Scott Audette

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<p>Jose Carlos Pazos poses for a photograph at the Pozo Santiago mine in the town of Caborana, northern Spanish region of Asturias, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso </p>

Jose Carlos Pazos poses for a photograph at the Pozo Santiago mine in the town of Caborana, northern Spanish region of Asturias, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

Jose Carlos Pazos poses for a photograph at the Pozo Santiago mine in the town of Caborana, northern Spanish region of Asturias, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

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<p>Newlyweds Dufa Drofn Asbjornsdottir and Diana Dogg Hreinsdottir prepare to throw their bouquets at their wedding in Reykjavik September 25, 2010. 
Iceland, the only country in the world to have an openly gay head of state, passed a law on June 11 allowing same-sex partners to get married in a vote which met with no political resistance.   REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson </p>

Newlyweds Dufa Drofn Asbjornsdottir and Diana Dogg Hreinsdottir prepare to throw their bouquets at their wedding in Reykjavik September 25, 2010. Iceland, the only country in the world to have an openly gay head of state, passed a law on June 11...more

Newlyweds Dufa Drofn Asbjornsdottir and Diana Dogg Hreinsdottir prepare to throw their bouquets at their wedding in Reykjavik September 25, 2010. Iceland, the only country in the world to have an openly gay head of state, passed a law on June 11 allowing same-sex partners to get married in a vote which met with no political resistance. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson

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<p>Shoppers wait in line for promotion coupons during the re-opening ceremony of Bangkok's Central World shopping mall at Ratchaprasong intersection September 28, 2010. Southeast Asia's second-largest department store Central World re-opened on Tuesday, following severe arson damage during Bangkok's political unrest and clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces in May. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj </p>

Shoppers wait in line for promotion coupons during the re-opening ceremony of Bangkok's Central World shopping mall at Ratchaprasong intersection September 28, 2010. Southeast Asia's second-largest department store Central World re-opened on Tuesday,...more

Shoppers wait in line for promotion coupons during the re-opening ceremony of Bangkok's Central World shopping mall at Ratchaprasong intersection September 28, 2010. Southeast Asia's second-largest department store Central World re-opened on Tuesday, following severe arson damage during Bangkok's political unrest and clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces in May. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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<p>Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home for belongings lost nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 27, 2010. The floods, Pakistan's worst natural disaster in terms of damage and the number of people affected, were triggered by monsoon rains in late July, displacing 10 million people.  REUTERS/Adrees Latif  </p>

Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home for belongings lost nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 27, 2010. The floods,...more

Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home for belongings lost nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 27, 2010. The floods, Pakistan's worst natural disaster in terms of damage and the number of people affected, were triggered by monsoon rains in late July, displacing 10 million people. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

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<p>Disabled teenagers play musical instruments during an event which celebrates EU support to the Usratuna Dar el Salam vocational training centre at the centre in Khartoum September 27, 2010. The European Union is giving half a million Euros ($673,800) for the treatment and education of hundreds of disabled children and teenagers in rural neighbourhoods in Khartoum. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah</p>

Disabled teenagers play musical instruments during an event which celebrates EU support to the Usratuna Dar el Salam vocational training centre at the centre in Khartoum September 27, 2010. The European Union is giving half a million Euros ($673,800)...more

Disabled teenagers play musical instruments during an event which celebrates EU support to the Usratuna Dar el Salam vocational training centre at the centre in Khartoum September 27, 2010. The European Union is giving half a million Euros ($673,800) for the treatment and education of hundreds of disabled children and teenagers in rural neighbourhoods in Khartoum. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

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<p>Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Howard (C) celebrates in the clubhouse with teammates after clinching their division championship after beating the Washington Nationals in their MLB National League baseball game in Washington September 27, 2010.   REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst </p>

Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Howard (C) celebrates in the clubhouse with teammates after clinching their division championship after beating the Washington Nationals in their MLB National League baseball game in Washington September 27, 2010. ...more

Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Howard (C) celebrates in the clubhouse with teammates after clinching their division championship after beating the Washington Nationals in their MLB National League baseball game in Washington September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

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<p>Snipers keep watch from the roof of a hangar as U.S. President Barack Obama arrives at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico September 27, 2010.      REUTERS/Larry Downing </p>

Snipers keep watch from the roof of a hangar as U.S. President Barack Obama arrives at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing

Snipers keep watch from the roof of a hangar as U.S. President Barack Obama arrives at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing

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<p>An address sign for a home along the Wisconsin River in Caledoia Township is seen under flood waters after the Caledonia-Lewiston levee breached along the river in Columbia County, Wisconsin September 27, 2010. The Caledonia-Lewiston levee, a series of sand dikes along the Wisconsin River, is posing a threat to about 150 homes in Columbia County.    REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson  </p>

An address sign for a home along the Wisconsin River in Caledoia Township is seen under flood waters after the Caledonia-Lewiston levee breached along the river in Columbia County, Wisconsin September 27, 2010. The Caledonia-Lewiston levee, a series...more

An address sign for a home along the Wisconsin River in Caledoia Township is seen under flood waters after the Caledonia-Lewiston levee breached along the river in Columbia County, Wisconsin September 27, 2010. The Caledonia-Lewiston levee, a series of sand dikes along the Wisconsin River, is posing a threat to about 150 homes in Columbia County. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson

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<p>Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma </p>

Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the...more

Langur monkeys sit on the bicycles of their handlers in front of the Commonwealth Games headquarters in New Delhi September 27, 2010. Langur monkeys are used in parts of New Delhi to scare away other monkeys who create a menace around the Commonwealth Games venues, a New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) official said on Monday. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma

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<p>U.S. soldiers injured during a roadside bomb attack hold hands as they are evacuated aboard a helicopter of the "Dustoff" medevac team from 101st Airborne Division, Task Force Shadow, Charlie Co, from a Tactical Control Point in Kandahar province, Afghanistan September 27, 2010.    REUTERS/Erik de Castro </p>

U.S. soldiers injured during a roadside bomb attack hold hands as they are evacuated aboard a helicopter of the "Dustoff" medevac team from 101st Airborne Division, Task Force Shadow, Charlie Co, from a Tactical Control Point in Kandahar province,...more

U.S. soldiers injured during a roadside bomb attack hold hands as they are evacuated aboard a helicopter of the "Dustoff" medevac team from 101st Airborne Division, Task Force Shadow, Charlie Co, from a Tactical Control Point in Kandahar province, Afghanistan September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

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<p>Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (L) greets his brother David onstage during the Labour Party conference in Manchester, northern England September 27, 2010. Strong trade union support helped Ed Miliband, a 40-year-old former cabinet minister, beat his older brother David by a whisker in a dramatic Labour Party leadership election on Saturday. REUTERS/David Moir </p>

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (L) greets his brother David onstage during the Labour Party conference in Manchester, northern England September 27, 2010. Strong trade union support helped Ed Miliband, a 40-year-old former...more

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (L) greets his brother David onstage during the Labour Party conference in Manchester, northern England September 27, 2010. Strong trade union support helped Ed Miliband, a 40-year-old former cabinet minister, beat his older brother David by a whisker in a dramatic Labour Party leadership election on Saturday. REUTERS/David Moir

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<p>A boy plays in the water of a public fountain to cool off in Los Angeles September 27, 2010. Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making it the hottest day since officials began keeping records in 1877.  REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni </p>

A boy plays in the water of a public fountain to cool off in Los Angeles September 27, 2010. Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making it the hottest day since officials began keeping records...more

A boy plays in the water of a public fountain to cool off in Los Angeles September 27, 2010. Temperatures hit 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making it the hottest day since officials began keeping records in 1877. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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