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A friend of Bano Rashid, 18, one of the victims of the massacre at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labor Party, carries her portrait as she walks ahead of the funeral procession making its way to her grave site at Nesodden Kirke, south of the Norwegian capital of Oslo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ODD ANDERSEN / AFP/Getty Images

China's premier Wen Jiabao bows at the accident scene in Wenzhou, east Zhejiang province, as he pays respects to the victims of the July 23 high-speed train crash.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP/Getty Images

Nepalese people watch as a straw effigy of Ghanta Karna burns during celebrations of the Hindu festival of Gathemangal on the outskirts of Kathmandu.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP/Getty Images

A woman with an image of Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh taped to her head attends a rally in Sanaa to show her support for the country's leader.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Khaled Abdullah / REUTERS

A protester holds an Egyptian flag while standing on a light pole at Tahrir Square in Cairo where thousands of Egyptians gathered in a display of unity in demanding change, though divisions remain on how hard to press the military rulers about the pace and depth of reforms.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AMR ABDALLAH DALSH / REUTERS

A 26-foot-long khachapuri (Georgian cheese pastry) is presented in central Batumi. It was baked using 100 eggs, 198 pounds of cheese, 330 pounds of flour, and was eaten in 92 seconds by hungry onlookers.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SEYRAN BAROYAN / AFP/Getty Images

A group of Albanian miners on a hunger strike rest on pieces of cardboard and old blankets, keeping close to machinery to keep warm 4,600 feet below the surface in one of the galleries of the Bulqize mine. The 16 began the strike Monday on behalf of some 700 miners who have been striking and shutting down the mine since early July in an attempt to force their Austrian employer to meet their demands for increased pay and new investment.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARBEN CELI / REUTERS

A smiling Libyan rebel fighter exchanges his weapon for a traditional oud instrument and takes a musical break after rebels took control of the southwest village of Gazaia.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALESSIO ROMENZI / AFP/Getty Images

Weiwei, a 6-year-old male panda, holds the bars to his cage at a zoo in Wuhan, Hubei province.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: REUTERS

iPhone cases decorated with plastic models of food are displayed at Suetake Sample, a plastic food model maker, in Yokohama. Prices for the novel handmade products vary between $26 and $56 in domestic and foreign markets.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIM KYUNG-HOON / REUTERS

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Pictures in the News | July 29, 2011

Funerals begin in Norway for victims of last week’s massacre at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labor Party; in China, premier Wen Jiabao bows at the accident scene in Wenzhou, east Zhejiang province, as he pays respects to victims of the July 23 high-speed train crash that killed 39 and injured almost 200; while on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepalese people watch a straw effigy of Ghanta Karna burning during celebrations of the Hindu festival of Gathemangal.

In Sanaa, a Yemeni woman shows her support at a rally for president Ali Abdullah Saleh by taping an image of the country’s leader to her forehead; a brave protester holds an Egyptian flag while balancing somewhat precariously on a light pole at Tahrir Square in Cairo, where thousands united in wanting change gathered; a smiling rebel fighter exchanges his weapon for a traditional oud instrument and takes a musical break after rebels took control of the southwest village of Gazaia; while in Albania, 16 miners rest on bits of cardboard and old blankets as they stage a hunger strike 4,600 feet below the surface, staying close to machinery to keep warm.

A 26-foot-long khachapuri is presented in central Batumi in Georgia. The cheese pastry was baked using 100 eggs, 198 pounds of cheese, 330 pounds of flour, and was eaten in 92 seconds by hungry onlookers, which wasn’t long at all; iPhone cases decorated with plastic models of food are on display in Yokohama, Japan; while in China’s Hubei province, Weiwei, a 6-year-old male panda appears to contemplate spending the weekend behind bars.

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