A worker at the American Fine Arts Foundry pours molten bronze into molds for the Screen Actors Guild Award statuettes. The SAG Awards are being held Jan. 30 in Los Angeles.
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The Actor statuette, for the Screen Actors Guild Award, is worked on after being broken from its mold at the American Fine Arts Foundry. The 16-inch-tall solid bronze statuettes are made using the lost wax process and weigh 12 pounds each.
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President Obama views a turbine with plant manager Kevin Sharkey as he tours a General Electric facility.
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A dog stands on the banks of the Yenisei River in Siberia, where boats are covered with heavy frost and snow as the temperature dropped to minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
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A 4-month-old Luwak civet is tempted by some red coffee beans at the BAS Coffee plantation in Tapaksiring. Kopi luwak, the world's most expensive and lowest-production coffee, is made from the beans after they have been eaten and passed through the digestive tract of the animal.
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A coffee picker in the Andes mountains near Ciudad Bolivar displays ripe arabica beans used in specialty coffees.
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Maria Sharapova of Russia returns a shot to Julia Goerges of Germany on day five of the 2011 Australian Open in Melbourne Park. Sharapova won in a three-set thriller, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4
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Cyclists compete in the Men's Elimination Race at the Laoshan Velodrome during Day 1 of the 2010-2011 UCI Track Cycling World Cup.
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A model exits the runway after presenting a Kaviar Gauche design during Berlin Fashion Week.
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South Korean naval forces conduct rescue operations on the cargo ship Samho Jewelry, which was seized by Somali pirates a week ago. Officials said the mission freed the freighter's 21 crew members and resulted in the deaths of at least eight pirates; five others were captured.
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Riot police hit a demonstrator as supporters of Albania's opposition Socialist Party, demanding the government's resignation over corruption allegations, clashed with authorities outside the prime minister's office.
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Refugees from Afghanistan, Iran and other countries stage a protest outside the Greek Parliament, demanding political asylum after their applications were rejected by the government.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIMELA PANTZARTZI / EPALink
Protesters gather near the prime minister's office during a demonstration as the country began three days of mourning for those killed in the overthrow of former President Zine al Abidine ben Ali.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FINBARR O'REILLY / ReutersLink
Farmers and their families block railway tracks during a protest against the seizure of their land for two proposed power plants.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JITENDRA PRAKASH / ReutersLink
People watch a cockfight during the Jonbeel festival of the Tiwa tribal community.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anupam Nath / Associated PressLink
Bode Miller of the United States competes during the men's World Cup Super-G competition.
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Diego Penaloza, 6, of Mexico City, catches snowflakes on his tongue during a visit to Times Square.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Lennihan / Associated PressLink
A protester wearing a Tony Blair mask demonstrates outside the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center, where former Prime Minster Tony Blair is giving a new round of testimony to Britain's Iraq Inquiry.
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Shoppers observe decorations ahead of Chinese New Year celebrations.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ng Han Guan / Associated PressLink
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