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<p>Laborers hold their colleague to install underground electric cables on a roadside at Noida in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh August 27, 2010.  REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma </p>

Laborers hold their colleague to install underground electric cables on a roadside at Noida in the northernmore

Laborers hold their colleague to install underground electric cables on a roadside at Noida in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma

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<p>A man shows pig testicles before cooking them during the annual "World Testicle Cooking Championship" in Serbian village of Ozrem August 28, 2010. This is the seventh time that the World Testicle Cooking Championship in Ozrem is taking place and the organisers are expecting it to attract more international tourists. The dishes are made from the testicles of animals including bulls, pigs and goats. REUTERS/Marko Djurica </p>

A man shows pig testicles before cooking them during the annual "World Testicle Cooking Championship" in Semore

A man shows pig testicles before cooking them during the annual "World Testicle Cooking Championship" in Serbian village of Ozrem August 28, 2010. This is the seventh time that the World Testicle Cooking Championship in Ozrem is taking place and the organisers are expecting it to attract more international tourists. The dishes are made from the testicles of animals including bulls, pigs and goats. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

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<p>Men wearing medieval warrior costumes perform a sword fight during an international festival called "Bylinas of ancient Kiev IX-XI centuries" in the village of Kopachev, some 65 km (40 miles) southeast of Kiev August 28, 2010. Participants staged a performance which reconstructed battles, traditions and handicrafts widespread among Slavic people in Kievan Russia in the 9th-11th centuries. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich </p>

Men wearing medieval warrior costumes perform a sword fight during an international festival called "Bylinamore

Men wearing medieval warrior costumes perform a sword fight during an international festival called "Bylinas of ancient Kiev IX-XI centuries" in the village of Kopachev, some 65 km (40 miles) southeast of Kiev August 28, 2010. Participants staged a performance which reconstructed battles, traditions and handicrafts widespread among Slavic people in Kievan Russia in the 9th-11th centuries. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

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<p>Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal (L) poses for photographers with Londoner "Tiny Iron" in central London September 9, 2010. 17 year old Khagendra is the smallest known person on earth at 22 inches (56 cm), whilst "Tiny Iron" has biceps measuring 24 inches (61 cm) in circumference, giving him the title of 'Biggest Biceps in Britain'. REUTERS/Toby Melville </p>

Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal (L) poses for photographers with Londoner "Tiny Iron" in central London Semore

Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal (L) poses for photographers with Londoner "Tiny Iron" in central London September 9, 2010. 17 year old Khagendra is the smallest known person on earth at 22 inches (56 cm), whilst "Tiny Iron" has biceps measuring 24 inches (61 cm) in circumference, giving him the title of 'Biggest Biceps in Britain'. REUTERS/Toby Melville

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<p>Fourteen-year-old Elisany Silva, who measures 2.06 meters (6'9") tall, plays with her sisters and a friend on Ajuruteua beach in Braganca in the Brazilian Amazon state of Para August 29, 2010. Elisany, one of the world's tallest teens who was forced to quit school because she became too big to ride the bus, now dreams of becoming a famous fashion model. REUTERS/Paulo Santos </p>

Fourteen-year-old Elisany Silva, who measures 2.06 meters (6'9") tall, plays with her sisters and a friend more

Fourteen-year-old Elisany Silva, who measures 2.06 meters (6'9") tall, plays with her sisters and a friend on Ajuruteua beach in Braganca in the Brazilian Amazon state of Para August 29, 2010. Elisany, one of the world's tallest teens who was forced to quit school because she became too big to ride the bus, now dreams of becoming a famous fashion model. REUTERS/Paulo Santos

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<p>A woman leads a horse, painted in the colors of a zebra to symbolize a zebra crossing, as part of a road safety campaign in Moscow September 3, 2010. The city traffic police held the campaign to bring attention to drivers the problem of safety on roads during the school year, local media reported. The board on the horse reads, "Attention! Children go to school". REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin </p>

A woman leads a horse, painted in the colors of a zebra to symbolize a zebra crossing, as part of a road samore

A woman leads a horse, painted in the colors of a zebra to symbolize a zebra crossing, as part of a road safety campaign in Moscow September 3, 2010. The city traffic police held the campaign to bring attention to drivers the problem of safety on roads during the school year, local media reported. The board on the horse reads, "Attention! Children go to school". REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

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<p>A man stands in front of his fattened sacrificial pig as part of the Hakka Yimin Festival in Hsinchu August 29, 2010. During the festival, believers worship ancestors who fought for the government against rebels during ancient times to protect their homeland. After their deaths, locals started sacrificing pigs as offerings during the annual Hungry Ghost festival to commemorate their bravery. The sacrifice preludes with a competition for the fattest pig in town and the family that offers the fattest pig is believed to receive a great blessing. REUTERS/Nicky Loh </p>

A man stands in front of his fattened sacrificial pig as part of the Hakka Yimin Festival in Hsinchu Augustmore

A man stands in front of his fattened sacrificial pig as part of the Hakka Yimin Festival in Hsinchu August 29, 2010. During the festival, believers worship ancestors who fought for the government against rebels during ancient times to protect their homeland. After their deaths, locals started sacrificing pigs as offerings during the annual Hungry Ghost festival to commemorate their bravery. The sacrifice preludes with a competition for the fattest pig in town and the family that offers the fattest pig is believed to receive a great blessing. REUTERS/Nicky Loh

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<p>A traditionally dressed man wearing a "Gamsbart" hat decoration is seen at the "Gamsjagatage" Festival, or chamois hunters' days, at the alpine village of Bad Goisern in Upper Austria province August 29, 2010. Depending on its size, the hat decoration is made from the back hairs of up to ten chamoises. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader </p>

A traditionally dressed man wearing a "Gamsbart" hat decoration is seen at the "Gamsjagatage" Festival, or more

A traditionally dressed man wearing a "Gamsbart" hat decoration is seen at the "Gamsjagatage" Festival, or chamois hunters' days, at the alpine village of Bad Goisern in Upper Austria province August 29, 2010. Depending on its size, the hat decoration is made from the back hairs of up to ten chamoises. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

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<p>A woman smokes a joint during a rally for the legalization of marijuana in Mexico City September 5, 2010. About 200 people attended the rally, which was part of the Cannafest event, to urge that marijuana be legalised so that it can be used for recreational purposes. REUTERS/Henry Romero</p>

A woman smokes a joint during a rally for the legalization of marijuana in Mexico City September 5, 2010. Amore

A woman smokes a joint during a rally for the legalization of marijuana in Mexico City September 5, 2010. About 200 people attended the rally, which was part of the Cannafest event, to urge that marijuana be legalised so that it can be used for recreational purposes. REUTERS/Henry Romero

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<p>Nine-week-old Florine de Groot rests on top of a leaf of the Victoria Amazonica at the Rotterdam Blijdorp Zoo September 1, 2010. Children could be photographed on top of the leaf, under the condition that they do not weigh more than 15 kg (33 lbs). The Victoria Amazonica blossoms over two nights producing flowers that are white on the first night, which then turn pinkish-red by the second night. Its leaf could have a diameter of up to two-and-a-half meters. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen </p>

Nine-week-old Florine de Groot rests on top of a leaf of the Victoria Amazonica at the Rotterdam Blijdorp Zmore

Nine-week-old Florine de Groot rests on top of a leaf of the Victoria Amazonica at the Rotterdam Blijdorp Zoo September 1, 2010. Children could be photographed on top of the leaf, under the condition that they do not weigh more than 15 kg (33 lbs). The Victoria Amazonica blossoms over two nights producing flowers that are white on the first night, which then turn pinkish-red by the second night. Its leaf could have a diameter of up to two-and-a-half meters. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

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<p>A participant lands in the water as he fails to cross a 13m-long (43 ft) pool of water and foam on an inflated item at the foot of a slope at the Bobrovy Log Ski Resort near the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, where holidaymakers gathered to mark the end of the Siberian summer, August 28, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin </p>

A participant lands in the water as he fails to cross a 13m-long (43 ft) pool of water and foam on an inflamore

A participant lands in the water as he fails to cross a 13m-long (43 ft) pool of water and foam on an inflated item at the foot of a slope at the Bobrovy Log Ski Resort near the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, where holidaymakers gathered to mark the end of the Siberian summer, August 28, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin

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<p>An actress dressed as a zombie nun frightens a dog while waiting at Atxuri station in Bilbao September 2, 2010 before travelling by tram to the Palacio Euskalduna to promote the musical "Forever, King of Pop", a homage to U.S. music legend Michael Jackson. REUTERS/Vincent West </p>

An actress dressed as a zombie nun frightens a dog while waiting at Atxuri station in Bilbao September 2, 2more

An actress dressed as a zombie nun frightens a dog while waiting at Atxuri station in Bilbao September 2, 2010 before travelling by tram to the Palacio Euskalduna to promote the musical "Forever, King of Pop", a homage to U.S. music legend Michael Jackson. REUTERS/Vincent West

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<p>Riders urinate during during the sixth stage of the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta" cycling race between Caravaca de la Cruz and Murcia September 2, 2010. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez </p>

Riders urinate during during the sixth stage of the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta" cycling race between Caravacamore

Riders urinate during during the sixth stage of the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta" cycling race between Caravaca de la Cruz and Murcia September 2, 2010. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez

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<p>Iranian skier Mahdi Solghani grass skis due to a lack of snow in the mountains of Iran during practice at Dizin Ski resort, 70 km (43 miles) northeast of Tehran August 26, 2010. Iranian authorities first allowed women to ski professionally in 2005. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi </p>

Iranian skier Mahdi Solghani grass skis due to a lack of snow in the mountains of Iran during practice at Dmore

Iranian skier Mahdi Solghani grass skis due to a lack of snow in the mountains of Iran during practice at Dizin Ski resort, 70 km (43 miles) northeast of Tehran August 26, 2010. Iranian authorities first allowed women to ski professionally in 2005. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi

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<p>French dancer Philippe Priasso performs his work "Transports Exceptionnels" while hanging under the bucket of an earthmover in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge September 9, 2010. Priasso will perform his "Duet for dancer and earthmover" over four days in the Sydney Opera House forecourt. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne </p>

French dancer Philippe Priasso performs his work "Transports Exceptionnels" while hanging under the bucket more

French dancer Philippe Priasso performs his work "Transports Exceptionnels" while hanging under the bucket of an earthmover in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge September 9, 2010. Priasso will perform his "Duet for dancer and earthmover" over four days in the Sydney Opera House forecourt. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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