A Moroccan woman leaves a polling booth as she casts her vote on a new constitution in Rabat, Morocco, Friday. The vote was seen as an indicator of the public's faith in the reform process of 47-year-old King Mohammed VI.
Former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn leaves a hearing at New York State Supreme Court on Friday after being released on his own recognizance. Many wonder whether Strauss-Kahn, once a strong contender to become France's next president, can make a political comeback.
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Move over, William and Kate. Monaco will have its own royal wedding when Prince Albert II and his fiancee, Charlene Wittstock, marry this weekend. The pair attended Britain's royal nuptials in April.
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Chinese security officers stand in front of the Communist Party's emblem while singing a patriotic song during the celebration of the party's 90th anniversary Friday at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. President Hu Jintao said the party's ability to adapt made China affluent and powerful and that the party must fight corruption to retain public support and continue its uncontested rule.
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Afghan National Army troops take a break while on a joint patrol and clearing operation with Butcher Troop, part of the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division, in eastern Afghanistan.