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CHENGDU, CHINA - JULY 10: A policeman tries to control a burst water pipe during an anti-flood drill on July 10, 2008 in Chengdu of Sichuan Province, China. According to the Ministry of Water Resources, areas struck by the May 12 earthquake, which has damaged many reservoirs and dams, are facing a critical situation as the annual flood approaches.
Iraqi army soldiers secure a convoy of vehicles containing displaced persons in south Baghdad's Dora neighborhood, Iraq, Thursday, July 10, 2008. Close to 150 Shiite families that had fled Dora because the neighborhood had often been a scene of fierce clashes, have decided to return back to their homes.
Riot policemen escort protesters as they march against the G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit in Sapporo, July 8, 2008. G8 rich country leaders approved a communique which said they would work with nearly 200 states in United Nations climate change talks to adopt a goal of at least halving greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The slogan in the helmets read, 'Anti-War'.
SOBETSU, JAPAN - JULY 09: Riot police stand guard as the anti-G8 activists march near the G8 Summit site on July 9, 2008 near Sobetsu, Hokkaido, Japan. The G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit is taking place at Lake Toya from July 7. Protesters from all over the world are expected to demonstrate near the area.
Iraqi army soldiers help a displaced family unload their belongings at their home in south Baghdad's Dora neighborhood, Iraq, Thursday, July 10, 2008. Close to 150 Shiite families that had fled Dora because the neighborhood had often been a scene of fierce clashes have decided to return back to their homes.
An Iraqi policeman keeps watch as his comrade searches a scooter at a vehicle checkpoint on Palestine street a vehicle checkpoint on Palestine street in Baghdad on July 9, 2008. At least 13 people were killed and dozens wounded in Iraq today in bombings in the Sunni city of Fallujah and the main northern city of Mosul.
An Iraqi policeman stands guard at a checkpoint decorated with plastic flowers on Palestine street in Baghdad on July 9, 2008. Security continued to improve in Iraq from March to May 2008, with violence at its lowest level in four years, but the gains are "fragile, reversible and uneven," a quarterly Pentagon report said last month.
Turkish policeman stands guard near the U.S. Consulate after an attack in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday, July 9, 2008. Armed men attacked a police guardpost outside the U.S. consulate in Istanbul on Wednesday. Turkish and U.S. officials called it "a terrorist attack" and said three attackers and three policemen were killed.
Smoke from a tear gas grenade billows near and Israeli border policeman (C) and Palestinian and foreign demonstrators during a protest marking the fourth anniversary since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) called for partial demolition of Israel's controversial separation barrier, in the West Bank village of Nilin on July 09, 2008. Brief clashes broke out during a protest in the occupied West Bank today, one of several planned to mark four years since the world court called for partial demolition of Israel's separation barrier.
Riot police officers detain a high school student during a protest in Santiago, Tuesday, July 8, 2008. The protest was organized against a government-sponsored education bill. (.
A riot police armored car throws tear gas at protesters in Santiago on July 8, 2008. Thousands of teachers and students demonstrated against a new education law under discussion by the Chilean Congress
A paramedic treats a wounded police officer as another stands guard after a shooting outside the local police station in the northeastern city of Culiacan in Mexico's state of Sinaloa July 10, 2008. A heavily-armed group of suspected drug hitmen killed nine people in a mechanic's shop in broad light on Thursday, including bystanders getting their cars fixed, local police in the Mexican state of Sinaloa said. In an almost simultaneous attack in another part of the state capital Culiacan, a police officer was gunned down at the wheel of his pickup truck outside the local police station. Police chased after the fleeing gunman but were shot at with automatic weapons and injured.
Italian soldiers stand guard at Chiaiano cave a quarter of Naples on 10 July 2008. The cave was declared by the Italian government a military zone and is to become the site for a new rubbish dump. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, elected in April, promised to resolve the overall rubbish crisis in three years, and his conservative government has begun opening 10 new dumps under military guard in the region.