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In this picture taken on Thursday, May 29, 2014, Lujain Hourani, 11, a Syrian refugee girl who lost part of her shoulder in a government forces airstrike in the Syrian village of Zara, near Homs, stands outside her family room, at a collective center where many Syrian refugees live, in Kirbet Daoud village in Akkar north Lebanon. More than 1.1 million Syrian refugees are now living in Lebanon. Most of them are either excluded or will abstain from the June 3 presidential elections in Syria. Syrian authorities have said that only those who entered Lebanon legally could vote, effectively ruling out tens of thousands of refugees mostly opponents of Assad who crossed through unofficial border posts for fear of authorities.

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Carlos Lucas kicks a ball along a dirt road in the Santa Luzia favela, in Brasilia, Brazil, Friday, May 30, 2014. The 2014 Brazil World Cup is set to begin in just a few weeks, beginning on June 12, with Brazil and Croatia competing in the opening match.

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IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR SHOUT - New York City pedestrians take the plunge outside the Flatiron Building, demonstrating the fun you can have with color Friday, May 30, 2014 in New York. Shout is encouraging Americans to live life out loud, have fun and make a mess through a national sponsorship of the Color run.

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Women joke with soldiers taking up position along roads blocked around the Victory Monument, where anti-coup protesters were gathering on previous days, in Bangkok May 30, 2014. Thailand's military said on Friday it will set up "reconciliation centres" across the country aimed at healing a decade of political division that has often spilled into violence.


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A man from the Puel tribe holds a bow and arrows as he runs after his cattle outside Bambari May 30, 2014. Puel cattle herder tribes are Muslims and are often attacked by Anti-Balaka Christian militia.


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A car rests in a hole after a water main broke on Oregon St. at Main St. in Evansville, Ind. on Friday, May 30, 2014. The car's owner, rear left, said he, his girlfriend and two children were in the car at the time. All got out safely from a passenger side door.

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Mike Weir, of Canada, runs to the 14th green during the second round of the Memorial golf tournament Friday, May 30, 2014, in Dublin, Ohio.

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A close up shows the hand of Paula Ormaechea of Argentina holding a ball, during her women's singles match against Maria Sharapova of Russia at the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris May 30, 2014.


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Canada's Eugenie Bouchard serves the ball during the third round match of the French Open tennis tournament against Sweden's Johanna Larsson at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris, France, Friday, May 30, 2014.

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A woman jogs at the seaside of Alimos in front of a tree during a windy day, Athens, Greece, on Friday, May 30, 2014.

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A ray swims over a bed of coral at the Inbursa Aquarium in Mexico City, Friday, May 30, 2014. Mexican magnate Carlos Slim inaugurated the underground aquarium, one of the biggest in Latin America.

Rebecca Blackwell/AP

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In this undated handout photo supplied by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), zebra are seen at a watering hole in northern Namibia. Thousands of zebra were monitored during a 500 kilometers (300 miles) roundtrip journey, a newly discovered trek that wildlife experts say reaches farther than any other known land migration in Africa. The newfound migration is a rare bright spot at a time when mass movements of wildlife are disappearing because of fencing, land occupation and other human pressures, a conservation specialist said.


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A woman walks past a line of trees late afternoon in Donetsk, Ukraine, Friday, May 30, 2014.

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ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND MAY 31- JUNE 1 - FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Nevada Department of Wildlife shows California bighorn sheep in Nevada. The Desert bighorn, which became Nevadaís official state animal in 1973, has long traveled alongside Nevadaís people. Prehistoric petroglyphs feature the sheep, which natives in the region revered as a source of food, pelts and tools.


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