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Japan's Seven & I Holdings Co. employee Kana Takahashi shows a recharging plug as she demonstrates how to recharge a Toyota Motor Corp.'s "Prius" plug-in hybrid at the annual Eco Products 2010 exhibition, showcasing the latest environmental technologies and solutions in Tokyo. The company has set the recharging station with Toyota for plug-in hybrid vehicles in front of Shusse Inari 7-Eleven branch in Kyoto, western Japan, as the first such facility in Japan. (AP)

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Tourists ride on boats in the River Ganges in Varanasi, India. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded Tuesday evening killing a toddler and triggering a stampede that injured dozens as thousands gathered for a daily Hindu ritual on the banks of the Ganges River in the holy city. (AP)

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Floodwaters are seen near the town of Tumut, 400 km (250 miles) south-west of Sydney. Torrential rain is wreaking more havoc across eastern Australia, with flash floods continuing to cause problems for residents, according to local media.(REUTERS)

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Orang-utan Maimunah lies with her newborn baby at Melbourne Zoo in Melbourne. The baby Orang-utan was born five days ago and it may be a week or more before Maimunah and the baby go into the outdoor exhibit areas, with the zoo keepers waiting for a warm and sunny day for the baby’s first outdoor experience. (AFP)

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Bareback rider Bobby Mote from Culver, Oregon hangs on for a score of 85.5 to win round 7 of the 2010 Wranglers National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. (AP)

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Customers shop at an open air evening vegetable and fruit market in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad. India's food price index rose 8.69 percent, while the fuel price index climbed 9.99 percent in the year to Nov. 27, government data on Thursday showed. (REUTERS)

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A family watches a professional diver wearing a Santa Claus suit as he feeds fish inside a giant aquarium as part of celebrations for Christmas at Ocean Park in Manila. The Philippines, the largest Roman Catholic state in Asia, observes one of the longest Christmas holidays in the world beginning from dawn masses on December 16 to the feast of the Three Kings in January. (REUTERS)

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A vendor squats in front of a pile of leeks as he waits for customers at Xinfadi open-air wholesale market in Beijing in this November 23, 2010 file photo. China's consumption has lagged well behind other major economies, because the country was mainly focused on investment and exports. But that is beginning to change, as incomes rise and China rebalances its economy. (REUTERS)

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In a quiet corner of the library, Rachel Richardson stretches before a performance of "The Nutcracker Short & Suite" by the Eugene Youth Ballet at the Eugene Public Library in Eugene, Ore. An abbreviated version of the timeless holiday classic played to a host of children and their parents during the free event. (AP)

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A man plays a flute as he reads from a music sheet hanging off a tree in a park in central Beijing. (REUTERS)

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Young Tibetan Buddhist monks play with a puppy as they attend a prayer for The Karmapa 900 ceremony in Bodhgaya. Some 5000 Buddhist monks from across the world have assembled in the eastern Indian town to take part in celebrations for Karmapa 900, a yearlong celebration to commemorate the 900th anniversary of the First Karmapa’s birth. (AFP)

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Paris shows caviar at the Armen Petrossian's shop, the world's leading distributor of caviar. Caviar remains the ultimate luxury food - except these days the Caspian delicacy likely comes from a farm near you. Deprived of wild raw material, caviar houses turned towards an alternative source, like France's Armen Petrossian, whose Armenian father introduced the delicacy to Paris in the 1920s and who started using farmed eggs in 1998. Today Petrossian - a veritable caviar "tsar" whose specialist boutiques account for 15 percent of the world market - works exclusively with farms, as do his global competitors. (AFP)

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Francisco Elson #16 of the Utah Jazz and James Jones #22 of the Miami Heat during the second half of an NBA game at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Heat beat the Jazz 111-98. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (AFP/GETTY)

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Patrick Gudauskas of the US surfs during round 1 heat at the Billabong Pipeline Masters in Pipeline, Hawaii. The Billabong Pipeline Masters is the final stop on the ASP Men's World Tour and the third and final jewel of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. (AFP)

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Fall colors mingle with the rainy weather along First Street in Santa Rosa. (AP)


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