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A Quranic student whose legs are bowed from polio (right) is helped across a busy street by a fellow student, as they beg to meet the daily quota imposed by their teacher in Dakar. Senegal's government recently announced that it was stepping up its campaign against begging in the streets of the West African nation. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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Senegal's Poor Hurt By Begging Ban Meant To Help

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Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa (right) gets a hug from former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo after Thursday's announcement that Llosa won the 2010 Nobel Prize forĀ  Literature. Mario Tama/Getty hide caption

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You've Won The Nobel Prize -- Wait, Don't Hang Up!

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Clockwise, from top left: Henry Threadgill; Larry Grenadier, Rebecca Martin and Bill McHenry; Howard Wiley; Herculaneum. Drew Jarrett/Todd Chalfant/howardwiley.com/herculaneumsound.com hide caption

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Angola, Spare Standards And A Zooid: New Jazz Albums

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