The Chicago Housing Authority has been gradually moving residents out and tearing down the high rises at Cabrini-Green, seen here in 2005, and other public housing developments in the city. The move ends what many call a troubled era of public housing policy.
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Bouquinistes, the famous Parisian booksellers who line the banks of the Seine River, are increasingly forced to peddle mass-produced, touristy merchandise to make ends meet. Above, bouquinistes set up their stalls on the promenade near Notre Dame Cathedral.
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Kamran (actor Najebullah Sadiq) is the hardened but principled veteran police officer on Eagle Four, an Afghan TV show that its creators hope will have a positive effect on Afghans' attitudes toward the real police.
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Supporters of Ivory Coast opposition leader Alassane Ouattara run as government troops arrive to break up a demonstration in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Dec. 6, 2010. International mediators tried to intervene Sunday in Ivory Coast's growing political crisis after both candidates in the disputed election said they were now president, raising fears the country could again be divided in two.
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From the exhibition "Fresh Flowers," a drawing created by artist David Hockney with the creative tool that's been fascinating him lately -- the iPad. Untitled, 10 July 2010 is one of hundreds of digital works showing on 40 screens in the Paris exhibition, which runs through Jan. 30.