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One of four Tea Party Express tour buses heads south along U.S. Highway 93. The bus is on the second day of its 29-stop tour, which will cross 20 states and end Nov. 1 in Concord, N.H.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julie Jacobson / Associated Press

A huge U.S. flag is displayed during the national anthem before the start of Game 3 of the National League Championship Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the San Francisco Giants.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ben Margot / Associated Press

Evening traffic zips past Yankee Stadium before Game 4 of the American League Championship Series between the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Paul Sancya / Associated Press

Art created by current and past residents hangs on the walls of the Chelsea Hotel on West 23rd Street. The New York hotel that inspired creative talent from Sir Arthur C. Clarke to Sid Vicious is on the block.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BRENDAN MCDERMID / REUTERS

Arabe Unido goalkeeper Jose Calderon is unable to stop a shot on goal by Toronto FC's Nana Attakora during the first half of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Assn. Football Champions League soccer match.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADRIEN VECZAN / Associated Press

A worker sets up lanterns for the annual autumn festival at the Meiji Shrine, celebrating the 90th anniversary of its founding.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YURIKO NAKAO / REUTERS

Lu Bo of China performs on the horizontal bar during the men's qualifying round of the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JERRY LAMPEN / REUTERS

Ilmar the Dachshund runs on a beach in Hong Kong. Dachshunds were bred to hunt small animals such as badgers, and although comical in appearance, they make excellent hunters, using their short legs, fearless personalities and relatively powerful jaws to catch and eradicate rats, snakes and the like.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANTONY DICKSON / AFP/Getty Images

Anti-riot police point their rifles to disperse students during a protest against the visit of Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in South Sulawesi province. The students were protesting Yudhoyono's performance during his six years of leadership.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YUSUF AHMAD / REUTERS

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men cross into Jerusalem through an Israeli checkpoint after praying at Rachel's Tomb in the West Bank town of Bethlehem.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BAZ RATNER / REUTERS

After nabbing an escapee in the streets of central London, a Royal Parks employee carries the animal back to its home in a nearby park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press

An employee at London's Treasury Building watches a member of Greenpeace descend the building after a protest against spending cuts, which are expected to be announced Wednesday by British Finance Minister George Osborne.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press

An altar boy cleans rubbish from inside a church damaged by Typhoon Megi. The typhoon killed at least 10 people and left more than 3 million people in six northern provinces without electricity. Megi is the 10th and strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENNIS M. SABANGAN / EPA

A Filipino villager jumps from an uprooted tree during clearing operations after the onslaught of Typhoon Megi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENNIS M. SABANGAN / EPA

An Afghan refugee gestures as she and others leave a mosque after attending a daily class to learn how to read verses of the Koran in a poor neighborhood of Rawalpindi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Muhammed Muheisen / Associated Press

A woman dashes past a damaged shop in France, where protests against planned pension reform have ratcheted up.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Laurent Cipriani / Associated Press

Flavia Pennetta of Italy returns the ball to Elena Vesnina of Russia during the Kremlin Cup tennis tournament in Moscow.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Misha Japaridze / Associated Press

Workers remove broken glass after an attack by insurgents at the Parliament building in the Chechen regional capital. Militants, including a suicide bomber, stormed Chechnya's Parliament on Tuesday, leaving several people dead and more than dozen injured in one of the most brazen attacks on the provincial capital in months, officials said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Musa Sadulayev / Associated Press

Passengers walk between high-speed trains -- German Intercity Express, left, and Eurostar -- at St. Pancras International Station. High-speed train service between London and Frankfurt is planned to start by 2013.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lennart Preiss / Associated Press

Workers recycle plastic waste at a center in Shenyang, northeast China. An estimated 10 million people work in the recycling industry in China, processing upward of 100 million tons of plastic waste annually.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EPA

Iraqi emergency workers and civilians sift through rubble of a bombed-out home. Iraqi officials say a bomb detonated near the house of a police officer, killing his 6-month-old niece and several other family members.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bassim Daham / Associated Press

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In Tuesday’s gallery, true to its name, the Tea Party Express speeds through a desolate part of the Nevada desert; Championship Series baseball continues in San Francisco and New York, where the colorful Chelsea Hotel, complete with art created by current and past residents, is on the block; and a cartoon canine takes a romp on a Hong Kong beach.

In central London, a Royal Parks employee carries a disgruntled swan he caught on the street after it fled the coop. Also in the British capital, a treasury employee watches as a member of the environmental group Greenpeace climbs down the Treasury Building following a protest; and at St. Pancras International Station, passengers inspect the futuristic-looking German Intercity Express and Eurostar high-speed trains.

Typhoon Megi wreaked havoc in the Philippines, where it left at least 10 people dead and forced more than 7,000 people to flee their homes. In France, police clashed with stone-throwing youths Tuesday as a new round of nationwide strikes and protests kicked off over planned pension reform. Islamic insurgents attacked the Parliament building in the Chechen regional capital of Grozny. And in Moscow, the Kremlin Cup tennis tournament continues.

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