A South Korean protester burns a North Korean flag with an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il during a rally in Seoul on Tuesday. South Korea has imposed trade sanctions on the North for alleged sinking a southern naval vessel.
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A South Korean rear admiral stands by the wreckage of the warship Cheonan, after an investigation concluded that the vessel was sunk by a North Korean torpedo, killing 46 sailors.
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This painting by Georges Braque, Olive Tree near Estaque was among the five works stolen in the dead of night from the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon and President Obama stand for their countries' national anthems during a welcoming ceremony Wednesday on the South Lawn of the White House.
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Britain's new prime minister, David Cameron, makes a point at the first Cabinet meeting of his new coalition government. The new ministers began by giving themselves a pay cut.
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A British newspaper carries a headline ordering Gordon Brown to leave the prime minister's residence at No. 10 Downing Street. The question is, who will live there next?
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British opposition Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg (from left); Prime Minister Gordon Brown, leader of the ruling Labour Party; and opposition Conservative Party leader David Cameron shake hands April 22 after participating in the second of three live televised debates. A poll surge by the third-party Liberal Democrats now threatens Britain's traditional two-party system.
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