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A pedestrian walks through a downtown underpass as the midday sun casts shadows from overhead beams in Atlanta.

David Goldman/AP

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A Palestinian boy rides in a car driving past residential buildings in Beit Lahiya town, which witnesses said was heavily hit by Israeli shelling and air strikes during the Israeli offensive, in the northern Gaza Strip.

MOHAMMED SALEM/REUTERS

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A boy shows his wooden toy with the inscription "AKA-47", a reference to the AK-47, as he plays a game of war between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukrainian town of Kramatorsk .

VALENTYN OGIRENKO/REUTERS

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Anne Kllingshirn of Kailua, Hawaii walks with her daughter Emma, 1, as storm clouds are are seen during the sunrise hours on Kailua Beach, in Kailua, Hawaii . Hurricane Iselle is expected to arrive on the Big Island on Thursday evening, bringing heavy rains, winds gusting up to 85 mph and flooding in some areas.

Luci Pemoni/AP

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A sunbather sits on the beach in Waikiki in Honolulu. With Iselle, Hawaii is expected to take its first direct hurricane hit in 22 years. Tracking close behind it is Hurricane Julio.

Marco Garcia/AP

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An officer from Bolivia's armed forces attends a parade held to commemorate the 189th anniversary of the Bolivian Army in La Paz.

DAVID MERCADO/REUTERS

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Beryl Lipton, left, douses Matt Lee during the ice bucket challenge at Boston's Copley Square to raise funds and awareness for ALS. The idea is: pay up for charity or get doused.

Elise Amendola/AP

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A man rides a motorcycle on "The Wall of Death" during the 54th annual brass band festival in the Serbian village of Guca . Every year Guca is swamped by thousands of people taking part in the celebration of brass band music.

MARKO DJURICA/REUTERS

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Revellers ride during the 54th annual brass band festival in the Serbian village of Guca. Every year Guca is swamped by thousands of people taking part in the celebration of brass band music.

MARKO DJURICA/REUTERS

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People are checked for their temperature and other possible symptoms of Ebola at a checkpoint on a road just outside the town of Kenema, Sierra Leone. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone have been struggling since March to stop what has become the largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded.

Tommy Trenchard/NYT

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Health workers in protective gear wheel a stretcher into a hospital with one of two Spaniards who were repatriated from Liberia, shortly after their arrival in Madrid. Spain repatriated Miguel Pajares, 75, a priest working in West Africa who has tested positive for the Ebola virus, and a nun who is a Spanish national from Equatorial Guinea, Julian Bohi, who has not tested positive for the virus but has been exposed to Ebola, local media said.

IGNACIO GIL - ABC/REUTERS

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Dancers from the Australian Ballet are pictured in the Bondi Icebergs oceanside pool in Sydney. The dancers, taking advantage of the pool being emptied for cleaning, were promoting their February 2015 production of Swan Lake at Sydney's Capitol Theatre.

JASON REED/Reuters

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