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This photo, taken by an individual not employed by The Associated Press and obtained by the AP outside Iran, shows Iranian anti-riot police officers directing people during an anti-government protest in Tehran on Wednesday. The protest took place on the sidelines of state-sanctioned rallies to mark the 30th anniversary of the U.S. Embassy takeover. AP hide caption

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Iranian Protests Show Opposition Is Still Strong

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Antarctica's Larsen Ice Shelf is one of the areas the Operation Ice Bridge is studying. Jim Ross/NASA hide caption

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Radar Reveals Dynamic World Under Antarctica's Ice

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Are Rihanna and Chris Brown sending each other notes over the airwaves? courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Are We Eavesdropping On Rihanna And Chris Brown?

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