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Olive ridley turtle hatchlings crawl to the ocean after they were released in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca State. Mexican naval personnel and conservationists on Friday released 4,000 turtle hatchlings into the Pacific after they were born in a government facility. The turtles' eggs were hatched in incubators after they were extracted from their nests by the Mexican Navy in order to protect the eggs from looters. The eggs are a traditional part of the diet on Oaxaca's sweltering coastal plains, where markets openly display them alongside turtle meat, despite laws prohibiting their sale.

Jorge Luis Plata/REUTERS

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Against the city light of Kuala Lumpur, BASE jumper Kjersti Eide of Norway leaps before opening her parachute from Kuala Lumpur Tower. Ninety-five BASE jumpers from 23 countries are taking part in Kuala Lumpur International Jump Malaysia 2012.

BAZUKI MUHAMMAD/REUTERS

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Indian Muslim women wash themselves near a fountain as a pigeon flies by at the Jama Masjid, or the Grand Mosque, in New Delhi, India. The Jama Masjid is one of India's biggest mosques.

Altaf Qadri/AP

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A man to clear muddy water from his house, after heavy rain caused flash floods in the town of Villanueva del Rosario, Malaga, southern Spain. Homes were destroyed and at least one woman was killed. Rescue workers are searching to determine if there are more victims.

Sergio Torres/AP

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Richard Perry Hereditary chief of Babine Lake Nation seen here in Burns Lake as he remembers back to when he was student at Immaculata school where John Furlong was a teacher.

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Fishermen are silhouetted against the setting sun carries baskets of fish to sell at a local market from Karachi's Clifton beach.

ATHAR HUSSAIN/REUTERS

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Thousand of kids cheer as they attend We Day in Toronto at Air Canada Centre on Bay St., Toronto.

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The wreckage of a Dornier aircraft, owned by private firm Sita Air, is seen at a crash site in Kathmandu. A small plane crashed shortly after takeoff from the Nepali capital of Kathmandu on Friday, killing 19 people, including seven British and five Chinese passengers, an airline official said.

NAVESH CHITRAKAR/REUTERS

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The old portrait of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong is removed from Tiananmen Gate to make way for a new portrait of him during annual renovation works ahead of the 63rd National Day on October 1, in Beijing.

JASON LEE/REUTERS

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Hot-air balloons soar over the Yakima River at Prosser, Wash. during the 23rd annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally. About 20 ballons flew over the Prosser area Friday with 27 balloons scheduled to take part in the Sept. 28-30 event.

Gordon King/Yakima Herald-Republic/AP

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A man is seen through a door curtain as he leaves a hall showing designed furniture at the 798 Art District in Beijing.

Alexander F. Yuan/AP

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Workers stand on one of the spheres of Brussels' Atomium during a site cleaning. The 102-metre tall structure and its nine spheres symbolise a crystal molecule of metal with its atoms being magnified about 165 billion times.

YVES HERMAN/REUTERS

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