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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

South Korean soldiers shovel mud near an apartment complex in Seoul after flooding caused by heavy rains. Tens of thousands of troops joined a massive cleanup effort after record-breaking rainfall killed at least 39 people, flooded hundreds of homes and turned main roads into muddy rivers.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PARK JI-HWAN / AFP/Getty Images

South Korean soldiers and rescue workers remove debris at a damaged apartment building after a landslide.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bae Jung-hyun / Associated Press

Abandoned vehicles are submerged in floodwater after heavy rain in the South Korean capital. Thousands of rescuers used heavy machinery and shovels to clear mud and search for survivors after landslides and flooding killed scores of people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ahn Young-joon / Associated Press

People paying their respects wade into the water to lay flowers and tributes at a makeshift memorial for the victims of gunman Anders Behring Breivik on Utoya island, visible in the background.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press

A severely malnourished Somali refugee child rests in a ward at the Doctors Without Borders hospital at the Dagahale refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia border. About 3.7 million Somalis risk starvation in two regions of southern Somalia controlled by Islamist Shabab militants, with aid groups struggling to reach millions in the affected areas.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: THOMAS MUKOYA / REUTERS

An uprooted Afghan man stays in a refugee camp in Kabul.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OMAR SOBHANI / REUTERS

A Mexican army paratrooper hauls in her parachute after landing at the Santa Lucia Air Base. Twenty-two years after the last generation of female paratroopers graduated, 71 female soldiers are making their first jump.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP/Getty Images

Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200-meter individual medley final at the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHRISTINNE MUSCHI / REUTERS

Israelis take part in the ancient city's annual gay pride parade.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GALI TIBBON / AFP/Getty Images

Palestinian children take part in a kite festival organized by the the U.N. Relief and Works Agency. It was an attempt to break the world record for the largest number of kites flown simultaneously.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED ABED / AFP/Getty Images

Visitors attend the "Love Lace" exhibition of contemporary lacework by artists and designers from around the world at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. The exhibit in the foreground by Australia's Tania Spencer is titled "Intersect 2011" and is made from knitted galvanized wire.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GREG WOOD / AFP/Getty Images

Models smile as they present creations by Colombian design house Leonisa during the Colombiamoda fashion show in Medellín.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images

Nayana, a 5-week-old Sri Lankan leopard cub, receives a medical examination by veterinary surgeons at Bratislava Zoo. Nanyana and her sister, Nimali, were presented to the media for the first time.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RADOVAN STOKLASA / REUTERS

A tourist with an umbrella walks through the Holocaust Memorial in a rainy Berlin. The memorial, designed by U.S. architect Peter Eisenman and inaugurated in 2005, is made up of more than 2,700 concrete steles forming a curved landscape in the heart of the city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PATRIK STOLLARZ / AFP/Getty Images

Equipment is carried onto the field for Jacksonville Jaguar training at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness practice fields.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sam Greenwood / Getty Images

Colorful holiday ornaments are displayed at Selfridges on London's busy Oxford Street. The department store opened its Christmas shop today, with 149 shopping days to go.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images

Raindrops bead on the sidewall of a race car tire at the Hungaroring circuit ahead of the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MAX ROSSI / REUTERS

A fish farm hugs the coast near Epidaurus in the southern Peloponnese region of Corfos. Greece is home to one of Europe's largest fish farming industries, employing some 10,000 people and contributing significantly to the country's exports.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dimitri Messinis / Associated Press

Railway workers mop the floor in the high-speed train section of Beijing's south railway station. China's rail minister has ordered a two-month safety check on railway operations, following a high-speed train crash in Zhejiang province that left 39 people dead.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DIEGO AZUBEL / European Pressphoto Agency

A visitor enjoys riding a slide at a water park built inside the National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube. Asia's largest water park within the grounds of the Beijing 2008 Olympics swimming venue enjoys over 5,000 visitors daily, even during rainy or smoggy days.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DIEGO AZUBEL / European Pressphoto Agency

Hot air balloons prepare to lift off at Chambley-Bussieres in eastern France, attempting to set a world record for a collective taking-off during the Lorraine Mondial Air Ballons international hot-air balloon meeting.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alexandre Marchi / Associated Press

A reporter leans over the edge of the catwalk during a media preview for EdgeWalk on the CN Tower.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK BLINCH / REUTERS

Aerial view shows Olympic Stadium with the numeral 1 cut into the grass to mark the one-year countdown to the start of the 2012 Games.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: REUTERS

The newly opened 2012 Olympics Aquatics Centre is seen in quiet symmetry as the city begins the one-year countdown to the start of the games.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ben Stansall / POOL

A colorful, customized Citroen 2 CV is one of many on display at the 19th World Meeting of 2 CV Friends, running through July 31 in the western French city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALAIN JOCARD / AFP/Getty Images

Prince Charles seems happy as he prepares to ride an electric eco-bike while attending the Earth Awards Exhibition at Clarence House in the British capital.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ben Stansall / Getty Images

Latvian Sanda Ragozina, left, and Italian Cavestro Greta compete in the 2011 U-20 Beach Volleyball European Championship in the coastal city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

Muslim workers pray in La Grande Mosquée in this eastern French city. The building, designed by Italian architect Paolo Portoghesi, covers almost 55,000 square feet and has a 92-foot-high minaret.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PATRICK HERTZOG / AFP/Getty Images

A newly arrived refugee child drinks from a metal cup at the Baley settlement near the Ifo extension refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia border.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: THOMAS MUKOYA / REUTERS

A Syrian brown bear feeds on frozen fruit in a block of ice as temperatures reached 97 degrees Fahrenheit at the Biblical Zoo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GALI TIBBON / AFP/Getty Images

Farmers work a paddy in ths village on the outskirts of Katmandu.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP/Getty Images

The U.S. Army and Lockheed Martin launch the first-of-its-kind High Altitude Long Endurance-Demonstrator at the historic Airdock at daybreak.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANIEL RUDE / PR NEWSWIRE

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew Timberlake, 20, of Roseville, Calif., stationed with the 2nd Battalion, 12th Marines, based in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, stands in the doorway of his barracks as night falls on Forward Operating Base Zeebrugge in Helmand province.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Goldman / Associated Press

Speaker of the House John Boehner talks with "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams (in red tie) as he arrives for a House GOP caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

Artist Aeneas Wilder poses next to his latest work, "Untitled #155." Wilder used uniform lengths of wood, without fixing materials, to make the freestanding structure inside the Longside Gallery at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. At the end of the three-month show, Wilder will demolish the work by kicking it down himself.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christopher Furlong / Getty Images

Tibetan refugees are seen weaving traditional carpets at a Tibetan Refugee Camp. An estimated 30,000 Tibetans live in Kathmandu; some arrived during the Tibetan uprising in 1959.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NAVESH CHITRAKAR / Reuters

Michael Phelps of the United States swims to a gold medal in the men's 200m butterfly.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ezra Shaw / Getty Images

A woman fills a jug from the only drinkable water source in the interior courtyard of a block of flats housing a majority of ethnic Roma families. The mayor ordered a wall be built around the flats mayor of Baia Mare has denied that the wall is turning the block of flats into a ghetto and insists that the wall was built to protect children from heavy traffic.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANIEL MIHAILESCU / AFP / Getty Images

Boys play in floodwaters along a main street after school was canceled because of heavy rains from tropical storm Nock Ten.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROMEO RANOCO / Reuters

People on a makeshift raft evacuate from a flooded area.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

An environmental activist, her arms chained and covered with metal pipes, hangs onto a tree in Sumava National Park. Activists were trying to prevent authorities from cutting down trees affected by bark beetles in the national park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETR JOSEK / Reuters

A newly installed 15-ton iron portrait of the late Eva Peron, wife of former President Juan Domingo Peron, hangs from the social development ministry building. The 102 feet tall and 79 feet wide, was unveiled by Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday evening, the 59th anniversary of the death of the woman known as Evita.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Natacha Pisarenko / Associated Press

Rescuers work in an area where a C-130 military transport plane crashed, killing 78 people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Ilia II, Catholicos patriarch of all Georgia; Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, patriarch of Moscow and all Russia; and Metropolitan Vladimir, the head of Ukrainian Orthodox Church, attend a prayer service.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SERGEY DOLZHENKO / EPA

With Utoya Island visible in the background, flowers and candles form a makeshift memorial at dusk for victims of the killings in Norway.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRIZIO BENSCH / REUTERS

President Obama, on a visit to the Norwegian Embassy in Washington, signs a book of condolence for victims of the deadly attacks in Norway last week. Standing next to Vice President Joe Biden, far right, is Norwegian Charge D'Affairs Berit Enge, with an unidentified woman, far left, looking on.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LARRY DOWNING / REUTERS

A message left by President Obama in a book of condolence for the victims of the attacks in Norway last week is seen during his visit to the Norwegian Embassy in Washington.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LARRY DOWNING / REUTERS

Geir Lippestad, the defense attorney for Anders Behring Breivik, the suspect in Norway's twin terrorist attacks, pauses while taking questions from the media at the International Press Center in Oslo. Lippestad has said his client was on drugs and is probably insane.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / AFP/Getty Images

Afghan women holding visitor's passes wait to enter the heavily fortified compound of the district government in Arghandab, a former Taliban stronghold.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROMEO GACAD / AFP/Getty Images

A man transports empty water containers on a donkey cart in Quetta.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: REUTERS

A model presents a creation by a Colombian designer at the Colombiamoda fashion show in Medellín.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images

A family of clowns strikes a pose at a parade in the historic center of Guatemala City during the III Latin American Clown Congress.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP/Getty Images

A parched Brady Creek continues to bake in the hot summer sun. The area has received less than 3 inches of rain this year combined with record-breaking heat.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Eric Gay / Associated Press

Philadelphia Phillies' Carlos Ruiz works the plate during a home game against the San Diego Padres.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Slocum / Associated Press

Members of Puerto Rico's Juan Rius Rivera brigade chant slogans during a 26th of July rally. The national holiday marks the 58th anniversary of Fidel and Raul Castro's failed attack on the Moncada army barracks, considered the beginning of the revolution that culminated with dictator Fulgencio Batista's ouster.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Javier Galeano / Associated Press

A Norwegian flag stands in a sea of floral tributes placed outside the Oslo Cathedral. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik is in all likelihood "insane," his lawyer said after the anti-Islam radical admitted to the bombing and shootings Friday that killed 76 people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CATHAL MCNAUGHTON / Reuters

A woman throws a flower into the water to pay her respects to shooting victims on Utoya Island, visible in the background.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRIZIO BENSCH / Reuters

A wave crashes into a ship that broke free from a towline at Sheffield Beach, 37 miles north of Durban. The ship subsequently ran aground.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROGAN WARD / Thursday

A Humboldt penguin swallows a fish at the zoo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Petr David Josek / Associated Press

People at Century Square mourn for victims of the train crash. At least 39 have died in the crash and derailment.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ChinaFotoPress / Getty Images

People cool off from the summer heat in the Yangtze River.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

Some of the thousands of padlocks fastened by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the River Seine.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ERIC GAILLARD / Reuters

A mourner holds a photograph of Amy Winehouse on the way to a funeral service for the singer at Edgwarebury Lane cemetery. The singer was found dead in her North London flat on Saturday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images

A farmer holds a piglet during a protest in front of the stock exchange.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP / Getty IMages

Afghan street girls take notes at Ashiana center. The Afghan aid agency Ashiana and the World Food Program have been involved in a joint venture to provide education and food to families of thousands of Afghan street children, who go there for food and education in the afternoons. The children go there after a morning spent as carpenters, mechanics or cigarette sellers. The World Food Program has cut down school meals, food-for-training activities and food-for-work programs in about half of Afghanistan's 34 provinces because of a shortage of funds.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dar Yasin / Associated Press

Mihag Gedi Farah, a 7-month-old child weighing about 7 1/2 pounds is held by his mother in a field hospital of the International Rescue Committee. The U.N. will airlift emergency rations this week to parts of drought-ravaged Somalia, from which militants banned it more than two years ago, in a crisis intervention to keep refugees from dying along what an official calls the "roads of death." Tens of thousands already have trekked to neighboring Kenya and Ethiopia, hoping to get aid in refugee camps.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Schalk van Zuydam / Associated Press

The surf crashes on the rocks around Sima Simic while an angler fishes for striped bass below Portland Head Light at Fort Williams Park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Robert F. Bukaty / Associated Press

An artwork titled "Of Genuine Contemporary Beast" by Mexican artist Renato Garza Cervera is on display in the "All Cannibals?" exhibition.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JENS†KALAENE / EPA

Grieving Norwegians gather to observe a minute's silence opposite Utoya Island, where many victims of Friday's attacks perished.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff J. Mitchell / Getty Images

Paramedics place flowers at a makeshift memorial outside the Domkirken church in Oslo as a minute of silence was observed across Norway at midday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jonathan Nackstrand / AFP / Getty Images

Hot air balloons rise into the early morning sky, part of a convoy of seven balloons that took part in a flight over London as part of a collaboration between the London Sky Orchestra project, the 30th anniversary of the London International Festival of Theatre and the Greater London Authority, which is marking a year to go before the 2012 Olympic Games.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Winning / Reuters

Flowers and tributes left by mourners in Camden Square outside the home of singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, who died Saturday at 27 after struggling for years with substance abuse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press

Ye Shiwen of China slices through the water during the women's 200-meter individual medley final at the FINA World Championships. Shiwen pulled away in the last two laps to win the race in one of the fastest times in history.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christinne Muschi / Reuters

Dwarf performers Ashok and Vinay portray Potharaju, the brother of the Hindu goddess Mahakali, during the final procession of the 11-day festival of Bonalu. Mahakali is honored mostly by women during the festival with offerings of food and dancing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Noah Seelam / AFP / Getty Images

A Palestinian fisherman casts a net at Gaza City's beach. The fishermen go out every morning hoping that they will be allowed to go out to sea, but Israeli navy forces rarely allow them to leave the shallow waters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ali Ali / European Pressphoto Agency

Revelers perform La Revoltosa dance at Plaza Nueva Square in honor of Saint Ana, a regional patron.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alvaro Barrientos / Associated Press

A malnourished child from southern Somalia is washed by her mother in a makeshift refugee shelter. Thousands of Somalians have fled to Mogadishu seeking aid.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Farah Abdi Warsameh / Associated Press

Three cottontop tamarins sit inside their compound at the Thurinigian Zoopark. In German, the primates are known as "Liszt monkeys" because their white hair resembles the hairstyle of composer Franz Liszt. Germany is celebrating 2012 as the centennial of Liszt's birth and the zoo is offering a program in which visitors can listen to a performance of Liszt's music and watch the monkeys.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Martina Schutt / European Pressphoto Agency

A man dives from an elevated platform into the Black Sea at sunset in this resort city in southern Russia.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mikhail Mordasov / AFP / Getty IMages

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With Utoya Island visible in the background, flowers and candles form a makeshift memorial at dusk for victims of the horrific killings in Norway that left at least 76 people dead and the world in shock. In Washington, President Obama pays his respects at the Norwegian Embassy by signing a book of condolence for those killed and wounded by a man, who, his Oslo defense attorney claims, was on drugs and is insane.

In London, flowers and tributes are left by shocked fans outside the Camden Square home of singer Amy Winehouse, who died at the age of 27 in her North London flat last weekend and is remembered and honored at her funeral ceremony at the city’s Edgwarebury Lane cemetery.

Record-breaking rains hit South Korea, with mudslides and heavy flooding causing widespread damage, claiming the lives of more than 60 people, while on the Kenya-Somali border, a severely malnourished child refugee waits for help at a Doctors Without Borders hospital. About 3.7 million Somalis risk starvation, with aid groups struggling to reach them in areas controlled by Islamist al Shabaab militants.

On a clear, sunny day in Toronto, a fearless soul appears poised to fly off the side of EdgeWalk at the CN Tower. Those brave enough are strapped into a harness attached to a guardrail while exploring the exposed, circular platform 1,168 feet above the ground. At that altitude, it’s breathtaking.

Staying aloft while hopping across the pond, we see the Olympic Stadium in London from the air at dusk with a huge numeral 1 cut into the grass, marking the one-year countdown to the start of the 2012 Olympic Games in the British capital.

Elsewhere in the city, Prince Charles is all smiles as he prepares to ride an electric eco-bike while attending the Earth Awards Exhibition at Clarence House, while in western France, a colorful, customized Citroen 2 CV, the much-loved ancestor of the diminutive Smart Fortwo, is one of many on display at the 19th World Meeting of 2 CV Friends.

Thousands of padlocks attached by lovers adorn the Pont des Arts bridge over the Seine River in Paris; a family of clowns strikes a pose at a parade in the historic center of Guatemala City during the III Latin American Clown Congress; farther south, the Colombiamoda fashion show is in full swing in Medellín.

In Butami, Georgia, a 26-foot-long khachapuri is presented in the center of the city. 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 the grim prospect of spending yet another weekend behind bars.

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