Egyptians gather in Tahrir Square during a demonstration against President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Sunday. Hundreds of thousands of Morsi opponents poured out onto the streets across much of Egypt, launching an all-out push to force him from office on the first anniversary of his inauguration. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Jennifer Lopez on stage Saturday in Avaza, Turkmenistan. Igor Sasin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Hindu Goddess Arrives To Bless Embassy Row

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China's Leaders Beginning To Confront Its Economic Problems

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Garment factory workers come out from a building during a lunch break in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in June. Many Bangladeshi garment factories are considered to be poorly constructed. A.M. Ahad/AP hide caption

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Hopes And Fears For The Future Of The World, With Ted Koppel

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Kevin Rudd, the incoming prime minster, and Julia Gillard, the outgoing prime minister, in happier times. Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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American Chip Starnes, co-owner of Specialty Medical Supplies, waves Monday from a window where he is being held by angry workers inside his plant at the Jinyurui Science and Technology Park on the outskirts of Beijing. He remained confined to the plant on Wednesday. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Sprint Shareholders Approve SoftBank Merger

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Dingding Mao is a professional mourner, who is paid for her talents at singing the funeral dirge. This is a tradition that began in the Han dynasty 2,000 years ago. Courtesy of Wu Peng hide caption

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Belly Dancing For The Dead: A Day With China's Top Mourner

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Chinese Factory Workers Hold U.S. Boss Captive

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NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Is A Man On The Move

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