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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.
 

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Israeli policemen at the site of a shooting attack at the Lions' Gate in the old city of Jerusalem, Israel late 11 July 2008. Two policemen were wounded when Palestinian gunmen opened fire on them at the Lions' Gate



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Members of the Colombian national police guard four suspects in connection with the kidnapping of Colombian citizens Arley Mosquera, Jose Nicolas Amaya, Reynaldo Duran and Alfonso Celedon, who were rescued during an operation in Felidia, rural zone of Cali, Colombia, 11 July 2008. The kidnappers had demanded 800,000 euros ransom for their release



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The Colombian National Police Force Social Welfare Direction celebrates collective marriages with 47 couples of uniformed and not uniformed people in Bogota, Colombia, 11 July 2008. The catholic mass was held at a Religious Center of National Police Forces.



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Liquigas team rider Manuel Beltran of Spain is led out of his hotel in handcuffs after testing positive for EPO, during the Tour de France cycling race, France, 11 July 2008. Beltran was kicked out of the Tour de France by his Liquigas team after failing a doping test, just hours after fellow-Spaniard Luis Leon Sanchez‘s won a turbulent seventh stage of the race



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A part of the 4 tons shipment of marijuana seized by the Colombian authorities in a military point at La Holanda village, municipality of Padilla, southern Colombia, 11 July 2008.Reflected in the sunglases of a Colombian soldier the drug was shown in a militar base in Cali, Colombia



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Mexican infantrymen distribute supplies and dry cloths to Medellin de Bravo community inhabitants at Mexican state of Veracruz, who has been affected by the heavy rains that hit the country for the last weeks, Medellin, Mexico, 11 July 2008. According to a Water National Commission (Conagua) report, Mexico has been hit by 184 heavy storms that brought more than 70 liters per squared meter of rain during a space of 24 hours, which represents 52 per cent more than the average registered other years





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Israeli soldiers stand on guard behind barbed wire as they restrain Palestinian and foreign demonstrators during a protest against the construction of the controversial separation barrier in the village of Al-Khader near the West Bank city of Bethlehem, 11 July 2008. Israel says the barrier is necessary for security, while Palestinians call it a land grab.





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Lebanese soldiers sitting atop their armored vehicle in the Bab al-Tabbaneh district of the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, Lebanon, 11 July 2008. The fighting that erupted on 08 July in the northeastern Bab al-Tebbaneh and Jabal Mohsen districts of the port city died down early yesterday when dozens of military vehicles were deployed in the flashpoint areas



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(FILE) A file picture dated 14 October 2004 shows Sudanese government forces responding to gunfire from rebel forces in the Jabel Marrah foothills of Western Darfur, Sudan. The top prosecutor at the International Criminal Court plans to seek an arrest warrant against Sudan President Omar Hassan al-Bashir on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity in Darfur, a newspaper reported on 11 July 2008.



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(FILE) A file picture dated 14 January 2008 shows soldiers of the Sudanese Army marching during the country's celebration of the Peace Day in Wau town, capital of West Bahral-Ghazal State, Sudan. The top prosecutor at the International Criminal Court plans to seek an arrest warrant against Sudan President Omar Hassan al-Bashir on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity in Darfur, a newspaper reported on 11 July 2008



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Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (2-L) reviews an East Timorese honour guard during his arrival in Dili, East Timor, 11 July 2008. Lula da Silva met East Timorese President Jose Ramos-Horta during a brief
 

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Bastille Day 2008..Paris France.



France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) is accompanied by Chief of the Defence Staff General Jean-Louis Georgelin as he rides in his military command car down the Champs Elysees at the start of the annual Bastille Day military parade in Paris July 14, 2008.












Soldiers march along the Champs Elysees during Bastille day ceremonies in Paris, Monday July 14, 2008. Leaders from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and the head of the United Nations gather in Paris for France's Bastille Day military parade, one day after their Mediterranean Summit in the city.
 

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BUKIT TIOMAN DARAT, Malaysia (July 15, 2008) Malaysian Army Rangers and Marines assigned to Combat Assault Co., 3rd Marine Regiment, wade ashore from Landing Craft Unit (LCU) 1634 during a Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2008 amphibious assault exercise. CARAT is an annual series of bilateral maritime training exercises involving the U.S. and several Southeast Asian nations designed to build relationships and enhance operational readiness. U.S. Navy photo by Cmdr. Daryl Borgquist (Released)



An army vehicle, carrying one of two coffins of soldiers returned in a prisoner swap, leaves Rosh Hanikra border crossing with Lebanon, in northern Israel July 16, 2008. Israel handed over five Lebanese prisoners to Hezbollah via the Red Cross on Wednesday after the Shi'ite guerrilla group returned the bodies of two Israeli soldiers, seized in a cross-border raid in 2006.


An Israeli soldier secures the area as Officers of the Israeli Army's Chief Rabinate Unit move a black coffin containing the remains of an Israeli soldier killed in 2006 from a Red Cross truck during a prisoner swap with Lebanon at the Lebanon-Israeli border July 16, 2008.


An Indian army soldier takes position during a gun battle between militants and security forces in Warpora, 60 km (25 miles) north of Srinagar, July 16, 2008. A policeman and two separatist militants were killed in a 20-hour gun battle in Indian Kashmir, police said. Another 15 security personnel were wounded in the firefight when soldiers stormed a militant hideout late on Tuesday near Sopore town, north of Srinagar, Kashmir's summer capital.






Cambodian Army soldiers patrol near the Preah Vihear temple, in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, Wednesday, July 16, 2008. Cambodian officials said more Thai troops crossed into their country's territory Wednesday in the second day of alleged incursions amid tensions over disputed border land near the historic temple.


In this photo released by China's Xinhua news agency, anti-terrorism personnel in protective gears attend to mock injured persons during an anti-terrorist attack exercise in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, Wednesday, July 16, 2008. The local police, armed police and reserved army soldiers conducted the joint anti-terrorist attack drill in Qinhuangdao, one of the soccer venues of Beijing Olympic Games.


U.N. peacekeepers from Brazil patrol during a demonstration by supporters of Haiti's former president Jean Bertrand Aristide, demanding his return, in front of the National palace in Port-au-Prince July 15, 2008.


Indian policemen carry an injured protester after he was beaten by Indian police in Warpora, 60 km (25 miles) north of Srinagar, July 16, 2008. A policeman and two separatist militants were killed in a 20-hour gun battle in Indian Kashmir, police said. Another 15 security personnel were wounded in the firefight when soldiers stormed a militant hideout late on Tuesday near Sopore town, north of Srinagar, Kashmir's summer capital


A French gendarme uses his cap to cover the face of Moises Duenas Nevado of Spain in a police vehicle after he was arrested following a search of the Barloworld cycling team hotel in Tarbes, southern France, Wednesday July 16, 2008. Duenas Nevado is the second cyclist who tested positive for the use of EPO, and was excluded from the Tour de France cycling race.




Vietnam War victims of the Korean Disabled Veteran's Association for Agent Orange scuffle with riot police officers during a rally against Japan's announcement of its decision to include in school textbooks its claims to islands controlled by South Korea, in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, July 16, 2008. The banner reads "Punish, Japanese Emperor Akihito and Punish, Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda."
 
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BUKIT TIOMAN DARAT, Malaysia (July 15, 2008) Malaysian army rangers and U.S. Marines from Combat Assault Company, 3rd Marines, wade ashore from Landing Craft Unit (LCU) 1634 at a beachhead during an amphibious exercise as part of Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2008. CARAT is an annual series of bilateral maritime training exercises between the United States and several Southeast Asian nations designed to build relationships and enhance operational readiness. U.S. Navy photo by Cmdr. Daryl Borgquist (Released)

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PACIFIC OCEAN (July 14, 2008) The Chilean frigate CS Riveros (FF 18) steams in the in the operating area of Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2008. RIMPAC is the world's largest multinational exercise scheduled biennially by the U.S. Pacific Fleet. Participants include the United States, Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, the Netherlands, Peru, Republic of Korea, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel N. Woods (Released)
 

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Government officials and police officers await to cut the ribbon before the closing ceremony of a road show arranged by the interim goverment in Dhaka, July 17, 2008. The road show which toured the country sought to discourage corruption, drugs, crime and to promote national improvement.


Police hold back the massive crowd gathered to see Pope Benedict XVI at World Youth Day (WYD) festivities in Sydney on July 17, 2008. Pope Benedict XVI warned hundreds of thousands of young Catholics of the perils of pop culture and pillaging the earth's resources after a rapturous welcome at the world's biggest Christian festival.


Security and Australian police guide the papal 'boat-a-cade' as it makes its way past pilgrims lining the foreshores of Sydney Harbour on July 17, 2008. Ecstatic Catholics mingled with curious office workers as hundreds of thousands of people lined Sydney's famous harbour on July 17 to watch Pope Benedict XVI sail into an adoring welcome by pilgrims.


Philippine national police chief, Gen. Avelino Razon, eyes a 22 cal. German Sports Gun GSG-5 during the opening of an annual defense and sporting arms show in a commercial center in Manila on July 17, 2008. The gun show aims to promote local and imported sporting arms and ammunitions and other safety gear.


Anti-riot police officers arrest a protestor after a rally outside the presidential palace in Manila July 17, 2008. The protesters on Thursday demanded from the government to scrap the 12 percent value added tax on oil and petroleum products and abolish the oil deregulation law.




Anti-riot police guard the entrance of the Congress as pro-government demonstrators protest in Buenos Aires early July 17, 2008. President Cristina Fernandez suffered a sharp political blow on Thursday after Vice President Julio Cobos cast the deciding vote against a controversial government-proposed tax hike on soy exports that set off months of anti-government protests by farmers.


An Iraqi police commando, holding his national flag, stands at attention with his comrades during a graduation ceremony in Najaf, 160 kms south of Baghdad, on July 17, 2008. About 431 police commandos graduated from their training program in Najaf today.


Newly-graduated Iraqi police commandos perform a drill during their graduation ceremony in Najaf, 160 kms south of Baghdad, on July 17, 2008. About 431 police commandos graduated from their training program in Najaf today.






Police and villagers block a convoy of nationalist protesters from reaching a disputed ancient temple on the country's border with Cambodia, 700 km (435 miles) northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. A political uproar in Thailand over Cambodia's listing of the Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage site has been stoked by anti-government groups seeking to oust Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej's shaky ruling coalition.




Soldiers from Thailand guard at Cekakiri Svarak pagoda in the compounds of Preah Vihaer temple, 245 km (152 miles) north of Phnom Penh, July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry local villagers blocked a convoy of nationalist Thai protesters on Thursday from reaching a disputed ancient temple on the country's border with Cambodia. The latest flare-up -- which has seen a buildup of troops on both sides of the border -- was triggered by Bangkok's support for the UNESCO listing, which government critics said was tantamount to selling out Thailand's heritage.


Cambodian (L) and Thai (R) soldiers stand face-to-face to each other as they guard Cekakiri Svarak pagoda in the compounds of Preah Vihaer temple, 245 km (152 miles) north of Phnom Penh, July 17, 2008.


Reinforcement Afghan police officers pose together as they are expected to go for recapturing the village of Wanat in Nuristan province, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday July 17, 2008. U.S. and Afghan troops have abandoned a remote outpost in eastern Afghanistan where militants killed nine American soldiers earlier this week, officials said Wednesday.
 

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Thai riot police try to stop Thai nationalist protesters who are trying to break through a blockade on a highway to the disputed Hindu temple on the Cambodian border July 17, 2008. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Thursday a border row with Thailand was "worsening" and urged the immediate withdrawal of Thai troops from a disputed ancient temple.




Villagers and nationalist protesters fight with rods as the protesters try to break through a police blockade on a highway to the disputed Hindu temple on the Cambodian border July 17, 2008. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Thursday a border row with Thailand was "worsening" and urged the immediate withdrawal of Thai troops from a disputed ancient temple.


Police remove barricades that residents of Abobo, a poor neighbourhood of suburban Abidjan, had set up on July 17, 2008 to stop the traffic on the first day of a 48-hour strike. The strike, called by the General Union of Ivory Coast Workers (UGTCI) which represents 80 percent of the 400,000 public and public sector workers, is to protest against "a constant and dramatic erosion of workers' buying power. " and the petrol price rise in Ivory Coast which according to the union constitutes a "drastic and untenable reduction in their (workers) revenue".




Former South Korean intelligent agents who penetrated into North Korea scuffle with riot police officers as they try to enter Japanese embassy during a rally against Japan's announcement of its decision to include in school textbooks its claims to islands controlled by South Korea in front of Japanese embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, July 17, 2008.


South Korean army veteran (L) holds up a national flag after scaling the wall of the Japanese embassy in Seoul on July 17, 2008. Some 40 veterans scuffled with police after cutting off the necks of live pheasants outside the embassy in a protest sparked by Tokyo's claim to a group of disputed islets controlled by Seoul. The disputed islands in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) are known as Takeshima in Japan and Dokdo in Korea.
 

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A riot policeman prepares to fire tear gas during a transport strike in Abobo, Abidjan,. July 17, 2008. The transport strike in Ivory Coast's commercial capital this week slightly reduced volumes of cocoa arriving at the port but the impact has been limited by a quiet end of season, exporters said on Thursday. Several unions called a strike this week in Abidjan to protest against the high cost of living and transport, exacerbated by mounting petrol and diesel prices which rose by 29 and 44 percent respectively earlier this month.


A policeman stands guard near trucks loaded with belongings of returning displaced residents in Doura district, southern Baghdad July 17, 2008. About 177 Shi'ite families who were displaced by violence during the past three years returned to their homes in Doura district, an Iraqi military officer said


A Iraqi policeman (L) stands guard as returning internally displaced Shiite family members carry household belongings into their residence in the majority-Sunni neighbourhood of Dora in southwestern Baghdad on July 17, 2008. At least 177 families, displaced from sectarian violence, will be returning to the Baghdad neighbourhood of Dora in the next three days.


A Colombian policeman guards packages of marijuana seized near Cali city July 15, 2008. At least 3.2 tons of marijuana were confiscated by police during a raid named "Media Luna II", authorities said.


A Sudanese policeman (R) stands guard outside the French embassy in Khartoum on July 15, 2008 during a demonstration by Sudanese lawyers against the International Criminal Court's decision to arrest Sudan's President Omar al-Beshir on war crime charges. The UN started pulling non-essential staff from Darfur as protesters rallied behind Beshir today over allegations he masterminded a campaign of genocide in the region. Fears of a violent backlash have mounted since yesterday when the ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo sought an arrest warrant against Beshir on 10 counts including war crimes and the use of rape to commit genocide in Darfur.


An Iraqi policeman (L), together with a comrade (R), grieve over the body of his brother, killed by a suicide bomber, outside a mortuary at a hospital in Baquba, 45 kms northeast of Baghdad, on July 15, 2008.


An Iraqi policeman (bottom) is comforted by his comrades as he grieves over the body of his brother, killed by a suicide bomber, outside a mortuary at a hospital in Baquba, 45 kms northeast of Baghdad, on July 15, 2008. At least 28 people were killed today when two suicide bombers blew themselves up in a crowd of recruits at an Iraqi army base in an area known to be a stronghold of Al-Qaeda fighters.


Police carry the body of a person who was killed in a landslide in Medellin, Colombia, Thursday, July 17, 2008. Heavy rains triggered the landslide that destroyed one home and killed at least four people, according to authorities.


Police disperse supporters of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) gathered to welcome Arafat Rahman, the younger son of detained former prime minister Begum Khaleda Zia, in front of a hospital in Dhaka July 17, 2008. Rahman was granted eight weeks parole to go abroad for medical treatment and left a prison cell in the Dhaka hospital in the late afternoon under tight security, home ministry officials said.


An Israeli soldier mourns during the funeral of Eldad Regev in the northern city of Haifa July 17, 2008. Thousands attended Israeli funerals on Thursday for two slain soldiers, one of them Regev, returned in a prisoner swap with Hezbollah and their grief contrasted with Lebanon's joy over guerrillas freed in the deal.


A Cambodian soldier stands guard as Thai soldiers (R) rest at a pagoda near Preah Vihear temple near Thai border in Preah Vihear province, some 543 kilometers north of Phnom Penh on July 17, 2008. Cambodian and Thai officials will meet next week to resolve a standoff over their disputed border close to an ancient temple, officials from both countries said July 17.


A Cambodian soldier holds a B40 rocket as he guards at Preah Vihear temple in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, Thursday, July 17, 2008. Cambodia and Thailand escalated their troop buildup Thursday at disputed territory near the historic border temple despite their agreement to hold talks next week to defuse the tensions, a Cambodian general said.
 
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Thai soldiers patrol the city of Yala, 1,100 km (683 miles) south of Bangkok July 18, 2008. Thailand feared a spike in violence in its Muslim deep south on Friday after an unknown rebel group announced a "ceasefire" dismissed by analysts as a hoax likely to enrage real fighters on the ground.


Soldiers from Thailand patrol the Cekakiri Svarak pagoda in the Preah Vihaer temple compound, along the Thai-Cambodian border July 18, 2008. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Thursday a border row with Thailand was "worsening" and urged the immediate withdrawal of Thai troops from a disputed ancient temple. In a letter to Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej, Hun Sen said the stand-off at the Preah Vihear temple was "very bad" for relations, but he still hoped to "resolve the problem through negotiations" at a border meeting on Monday.


Lebanese Hezbollah fighters carry the coffins of their killed comrades during their funeral in Beirut's southern suburb on July 18, 2008.






Riot police block surging students who are trying to march closer to the Presidential Palace for an anti-government protest Friday, July 18, 2008 in Manila, Philippines. The protesters scored the soaring prices of gasoline and other oil products and renewed their calls for the ouster of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.


Iraqi policemen guard returning internally displaced Shiite family members as they carry household belongings into their residence in the majority-Sunni neighbourhood of Dora in southwestern Baghdad on July 17, 2008. At least 177 families, displaced from sectarian violence, will be returning to the Baghdad neighbourhood of Dora in the next three days.

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BARKING SANDS, Hawaii (July 14, 2008) Indonesian Marines take cover during a beach assault exercise at Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands as part of this year's Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2008 exercise. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Paul D. Honnick (Released)

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BARKING SANDS, Hawaii (July 14, 2008) Indonesian Marines storm the beach during a beach assault exercise at Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands as part of this year's Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2008 exercise.

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PANMUNJOM, Korea (July 17, 2008) A Democratic People's Republic of Korea guard peers out from behind a granite pillar in North Korea to study the movements of Sailors from the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group during a tour of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Spike Call (Released)
 

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BD, Thanks for posting pix about Cambodian-Thai conflict. For the pix about the Thai troop patrolling the border line, have you notice some men standing beside the road? Who are they? Their uniforms look Cambodian!
 

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