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Damaged buildings are seen in Liucheng County in south China's Guangxi region. The death toll from 17 suspected mail bombs in the area rose to seven Wednesday afternoon. Zhang Ailin AILIN/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Queen Silvia of Sweden attends the World Childhood Foundation 16th anniversary gala Thursday in New York City. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for World Childhood hide caption

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India's Prime Minister Urges Indians To Stay In Their Country

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India's Leader Tours Silicon Valley, Swaps Stories With Facebook's Zuckerburg

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After Escaping North Korea, Freedom Is 'Seriously, Deadly Hard'

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Chinese President Xi Jinping, left walks with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, on Saturday at U.N. headquarters in New York. At a U.N. conference, Xi pledged billions in Chinese aid to developing nations. Bryan R. Smith/AP hide caption

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Bombing suspect identified by Thai police as Adem Karadag wearing yellow shirt is escorted by Thai police during the crime reenactment at the bomb blast scene at Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, on Saturday. Rungroj Yongrit/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Breaking bricks is one of the lowest-paying jobs in Bangladesh. This photo was shot at a brick kiln in the Dhaka District, home to the capital city of Dhaka. Paul Joseph Brown hide caption

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Life On $1.25 A Day: Plenty Of Worries But Still Time For Tea

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Indian Prime Minister Takes California, Courted By Tech Industry Titans

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An Abrupt Interruption To Chinese State Visit: Boehner's Resignation

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Obama And Xi Emerge From Meeting With Big-Ticket Promise On Climate

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More Than 700 Hajj Worshippers Killed In Stampede Near Mecca

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