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Mayank Sharma of New Delhi lost his memory. A video by Facebook shows how he used Facebook's "people you may know" feature to rebuild his life. Facebook/Vimeo video screengrab hide caption

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Its Financial Future In Question, Facebook Tries To Tell A Different Story

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Hyper Worm Tamer [Unkle Remix] Grinderman
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Swamped Floratone
Slinky Spring Milt The Kudzu Ranch
If 9 Was 6 [Prince Paul Instrumental Mix] Bootsy Collins
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The happy couple. Lena Henderson and Roland Davis, who will marry again on Saturday. David Duprey/AP hide caption

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48 Years After Divorce, Couple Is Giving Marriage Another Shot

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It All Feels the Same Tennis
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Young & Old
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B.B.M Bill Cantrall

Potatoes come in all colors, like these Red Erik, Snowball, Cariboo, Purple Peruvian, Caribe and French Red varieties. David Cavagnaro/Corbis hide caption

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Extreme Makeover, Potato Edition

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Rainbow Connection The Muppets
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Weigh Your Blessings Chopteeth

U.S. judoka Kayla Harrison reacts after winning the women's 78kg gold medal at London's ExCel arena. Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kayla Harrison Completes Her Comeback With Historic Gold Medal In Judo

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Gabrielle Douglas performs Thursday on the beam during the artistic gymnastics women's individual all-around final. Some people are focusing on her hair rather than her skill. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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If Gabby's Got The Gold, Why Flip Over Her Hair?

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Christopher Doll releases fish into the water of a neglected pool to kill mosquitoes that might carry West Nile Virus in Concord, Calif., in 2009. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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West Nile Virus Makes A Comeback This Summer

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Entoto Dub Dub Colossus
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Galope Maga Bo & Robertinho Barreto

A girl carries a bucket of potatoes as she walks with her brother to their small shack, on July 20 in Juba, South Sudan. After breaking away from Sudan last year, South Sudan recently celebrated it's first independence anniversary. Over the past year repeated conflict with North Sudan, corruption scandals and economic difficulties have plagued the new country. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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At Age One, A Tattered Reputation For South Sudan

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Floratone Floratone
Driving Song Undersea Poem
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Aladdin Dub The Spy from Cairo
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Post Humous Morcheeba

Lin-Manuel Miranda performs in his Tony-winning musical, In the Heights, in 2008 in New York City. Steven Henry/Getty Images hide caption

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Lin-Manuel Miranda On Learning From Ruben Blades

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Padre Antonio y el Monaguillo Andres Rubén Blades
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Mars Over Sorrento Bob Brozman Orchestra
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