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A soldier with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) throws a practice grenade during Expert Infantryman Badge training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.  REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

A soldier with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) throws a practice grenade during Expert Infantryman Badge training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

A soldier with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) throws a practice grenade during Expert Infantryman Badge training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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U.S. President Donald Trump reacts with supporters during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Leah Millis

U.S. President Donald Trump reacts with supporters during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Leah Millis

U.S. President Donald Trump reacts with supporters during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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F-5 Tigers of the Swiss Air Force perform a show above Lake Leman in Vevey, Switzerland. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

F-5 Tigers of the Swiss Air Force perform a show above Lake Leman in Vevey, Switzerland. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

F-5 Tigers of the Swiss Air Force perform a show above Lake Leman in Vevey, Switzerland. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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Canoli, dressed inspired by German Lederhosen, is seen at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel's Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Canoli, dressed inspired by German Lederhosen, is seen at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel's Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Canoli, dressed inspired by German Lederhosen, is seen at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel's Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Miami Marlins left fielder Harold Ramirez celebrates his game winning solo home run in the twelfth inning against the Minnesota Twins.   Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Marlins left fielder Harold Ramirez celebrates his game winning solo home run in the twelfth inning against the Minnesota Twins. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Marlins left fielder Harold Ramirez celebrates his game winning solo home run in the twelfth inning against the Minnesota Twins. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
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The lights are on at the Hyannis Port Yacht Club by the Kennedy Compound where police are investigating the death of Saoirse Kennedy Hill, the granddaughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy, in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. REUTERS/Faith Ninivaggi

The lights are on at the Hyannis Port Yacht Club by the Kennedy Compound where police are investigating the death of Saoirse Kennedy Hill, the granddaughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy, in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. REUTERS/Faith Ninivaggi

The lights are on at the Hyannis Port Yacht Club by the Kennedy Compound where police are investigating the death of Saoirse Kennedy Hill, the granddaughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy, in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. REUTERS/Faith Ninivaggi
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Nana Assenso, 68, chief of Adidwan, a village in Ghana's interior, looks on before visiting the grave of his uncle Kwame Badu, in Adidwan, Ashanti Region, Ghana. His uncle's name Kwame Badu, has been passed on through the family in remembrance of an ancestor with that name who was captured and sold into slavery long, long ago. "Growing up, I was told the story of two of my great-great-grand-uncles Kwame Badu and Kofi Aboagye who were captured and sold into slavery," said Assenso. He followed the family tradition and named his youngest son Kwame Badu. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko

Nana Assenso, 68, chief of Adidwan, a village in Ghana's interior, looks on before visiting the grave of his uncle Kwame Badu, in Adidwan, Ashanti Region, Ghana. His uncle's name Kwame Badu, has been passed on through the family in remembrance of an...more

Nana Assenso, 68, chief of Adidwan, a village in Ghana's interior, looks on before visiting the grave of his uncle Kwame Badu, in Adidwan, Ashanti Region, Ghana. His uncle's name Kwame Badu, has been passed on through the family in remembrance of an ancestor with that name who was captured and sold into slavery long, long ago. "Growing up, I was told the story of two of my great-great-grand-uncles Kwame Badu and Kofi Aboagye who were captured and sold into slavery," said Assenso. He followed the family tradition and named his youngest son Kwame Badu. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko
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Jeane Alves, 30, rides a horse as she enters Cidade Jardim hippodrome for a training session in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Alves is the only active female jockey racing in Sao Paulo, and last year was one of the only two women riding for the the Brazil Grand Prix. Horse racing is a male-dominated sport in Brazil and there are only 5 female jockeys.  REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

Jeane Alves, 30, rides a horse as she enters Cidade Jardim hippodrome for a training session in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Alves is the only active female jockey racing in Sao Paulo, and last year was one of the only two women riding for the the Brazil Grand...more

Jeane Alves, 30, rides a horse as she enters Cidade Jardim hippodrome for a training session in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Alves is the only active female jockey racing in Sao Paulo, and last year was one of the only two women riding for the the Brazil Grand Prix. Horse racing is a male-dominated sport in Brazil and there are only 5 female jockeys. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
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People commemorate the 75th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising at a street in the city center of Warsaw, Poland. Agencja Gazeta/Jedrzej Nowicki via REUTERS

People commemorate the 75th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising at a street in the city center of Warsaw, Poland. Agencja Gazeta/Jedrzej Nowicki via REUTERS

People commemorate the 75th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising at a street in the city center of Warsaw, Poland. Agencja Gazeta/Jedrzej Nowicki via REUTERS
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The warped shape of the stellar disk of the Milky Way galaxy, determined by mapping the distribution of young stars called Cepheids with distances set out in light years, is seen over the Warsaw University Telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. Jan Skowron/University of Warsaw/via REUTERS

The warped shape of the stellar disk of the Milky Way galaxy, determined by mapping the distribution of young stars called Cepheids with distances set out in light years, is seen over the Warsaw University Telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in...more

The warped shape of the stellar disk of the Milky Way galaxy, determined by mapping the distribution of young stars called Cepheids with distances set out in light years, is seen over the Warsaw University Telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. Jan Skowron/University of Warsaw/via REUTERS
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Palestinians release pigeons during a homing pigeon racing in Gaza City. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians release pigeons during a homing pigeon racing in Gaza City. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians release pigeons during a homing pigeon racing in Gaza City. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
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High school students perform during the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city of San Salvador, El Salvador. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

High school students perform during the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city of San Salvador, El Salvador. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

High school students perform during the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city of San Salvador, El Salvador. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
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A Chinook helicopter drops sand bags on top of the dam after a nearby reservoir was damaged by flooding, in Whaley Bridge, Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble

A Chinook helicopter drops sand bags on top of the dam after a nearby reservoir was damaged by flooding, in Whaley Bridge, Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble

A Chinook helicopter drops sand bags on top of the dam after a nearby reservoir was damaged by flooding, in Whaley Bridge, Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Performers hand out flyers on the The Royal Mile trying to attract people to their show, in Edinburgh, Scotland. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Performers hand out flyers on the The Royal Mile trying to attract people to their show, in Edinburgh, Scotland. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Performers hand out flyers on the The Royal Mile trying to attract people to their show, in Edinburgh, Scotland. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
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A worker holds a cross to identify the grave of a prisoner who died in a prison riot, at the Sao Sebastiao cemetery in the city of Altamira, Brazil. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

A worker holds a cross to identify the grave of a prisoner who died in a prison riot, at the Sao Sebastiao cemetery in the city of Altamira, Brazil. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

A worker holds a cross to identify the grave of a prisoner who died in a prison riot, at the Sao Sebastiao cemetery in the city of Altamira, Brazil. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
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Jim Mahoney looks out from his yard towards the construction of the Foxconn manufacturing complex, after he and his wife Kim refused to sell their home and property to Foxconn, in the Racine County city of Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Jim Mahoney looks out from his yard towards the construction of the Foxconn manufacturing complex, after he and his wife Kim refused to sell their home and property to Foxconn, in the Racine County city of Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Brian...more

Jim Mahoney looks out from his yard towards the construction of the Foxconn manufacturing complex, after he and his wife Kim refused to sell their home and property to Foxconn, in the Racine County city of Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Nurses treat patients infected with dengue at the Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

Nurses treat patients infected with dengue at the Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

Nurses treat patients infected with dengue at the Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
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Pedro Pierluisi is surrounded by the media during a special session of the Legislative Assembly called by Governor Ricardo Rossello a day before he steps down, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. REUTERS/Gabriella N. Baez

Pedro Pierluisi is surrounded by the media during a special session of the Legislative Assembly called by Governor Ricardo Rossello a day before he steps down, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. REUTERS/Gabriella N. Baez

Pedro Pierluisi is surrounded by the media during a special session of the Legislative Assembly called by Governor Ricardo Rossello a day before he steps down, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. REUTERS/Gabriella N. Baez
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Young people ride their bikes near a police car while they gather in the parking lot of Hip Hop Chicken in Baltimore, Maryland. Each Sunday the bikers gather to ride their bikes and hang out in a loosely affiliated group of bikers. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

Young people ride their bikes near a police car while they gather in the parking lot of Hip Hop Chicken in Baltimore, Maryland. Each Sunday the bikers gather to ride their bikes and hang out in a loosely affiliated group of bikers. REUTERS/Stephanie...more

Young people ride their bikes near a police car while they gather in the parking lot of Hip Hop Chicken in Baltimore, Maryland. Each Sunday the bikers gather to ride their bikes and hang out in a loosely affiliated group of bikers. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
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Director Quentin Tarantino gestures as cast members Brad Pitt, Leonardo di Caprio and Margot Robbie pose while they arrive for the Berlin premiere of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,in Berlin, Germany. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Director Quentin Tarantino gestures as cast members Brad Pitt, Leonardo di Caprio and Margot Robbie pose while they arrive for the Berlin premiere of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,in Berlin, Germany. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Director Quentin Tarantino gestures as cast members Brad Pitt, Leonardo di Caprio and Margot Robbie pose while they arrive for the Berlin premiere of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,in Berlin, Germany. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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Relatives of Natividad Crisostomo Quinto, 19, a Mexican migrant who drowned at the Rio Bravo river while crossing illegally to the United States, react during her funeral at a cemetery in Arantepacua, in Michoacan state, Mexico. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

Relatives of Natividad Crisostomo Quinto, 19, a Mexican migrant who drowned at the Rio Bravo river while crossing illegally to the United States, react during her funeral at a cemetery in Arantepacua, in Michoacan state, Mexico. REUTERS/Alan Ortega

Relatives of Natividad Crisostomo Quinto, 19, a Mexican migrant who drowned at the Rio Bravo river while crossing illegally to the United States, react during her funeral at a cemetery in Arantepacua, in Michoacan state, Mexico. REUTERS/Alan Ortega
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Jose Luis Duran waits dressed as the popular Mexican character known as El Chapulin Colorado (Captain Hopper) for the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city of San Salvador, El Salvador. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Jose Luis Duran waits dressed as the popular Mexican character known as El Chapulin Colorado (Captain Hopper) for the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city...more

Jose Luis Duran waits dressed as the popular Mexican character known as El Chapulin Colorado (Captain Hopper) for the opening parade of the festivities of El Divino Salvador del Mundo (The Divine Savior of The World), patron saint of the capital city of San Salvador, El Salvador. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
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U.S. President Donald Trump greets supporters as he arrives at a campaign rally for in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

U.S. President Donald Trump greets supporters as he arrives at a campaign rally for in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

U.S. President Donald Trump greets supporters as he arrives at a campaign rally for in Cincinnati, Ohio. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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Policemen stand inside Makhi police station where the father of the woman who is fighting a rape case against a legislator of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) died in police custody, in Unnao, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Policemen stand inside Makhi police station where the father of the woman who is fighting a rape case against a legislator of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) died in police custody, in Unnao, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India....more

Policemen stand inside Makhi police station where the father of the woman who is fighting a rape case against a legislator of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) died in police custody, in Unnao, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
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Balboo wears a patriotic flag hat at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel s Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Balboo wears a patriotic flag hat at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel s Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Balboo wears a patriotic flag hat at backstage before the Algonquin Hotel s Annual Cat Fashion Show in Manhattan. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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