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The International Space Station (ISS) crew members U.S. astronaut Joseph Acaba, left, Russian cosmonauts Gennady Padalka, centre, and Sergei Revin sit inside the Soyuz TMA-04M capsule shortly after landing near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan following a four-month stint on the International Space Station.

Shamil Zhumatov/AP

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People exercise with wooden dumbbells during a health promotion event to mark Japan's Respect for the Aged Day at a temple in Tokyo.


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Afghan protesters shout slogans in Kabul in one of many demonstrations that have swept the Muslim world against a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad.


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Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, watch a traditional dance at the cultural village in Honiara, Solomon Islands. They are at the third stop of a nine-day tour of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee.


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Premier-designate Pauline Marois smiles as members and people applaud her before she is sworn in as legislature member for Charlevoix-Cote de Beaupre during a ceremony where the 54 elected members of the Parti Quebecois are sworn in at the legislature in Quebec City.

Jacques Boissinot/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, smiles at baby Patrick McLean with his mother Naomi Weir during a visit to Market Lane Public School in Toronto. Sophie paid tribute to the Roots of Empathy program at the school where school children are introduced to newborn babies.

Moe Doiron/The Globe and Mail

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A woman pays her respects at former Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed's casket during his lying-in-state at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton.


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Nazem Kadri, top, takes Mike Komisarek out of the play as several Toronto Maple Leafs players take part in an unofficial team skate in Etobicoke, Ont.

Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail

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A support for the new Port Mann Bridge, right, towers overhead as motorists drive over the old bridge in Surrey, B.C. Three eastbound lanes of the new bridge are scheduled to open to traffic Tuesday. Eight lanes of the bridge are expected to be open to traffic in both directions in December.

Darryl Dyck/The Globe and Mail

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