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People on the attraction "walk over the cliff" near the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The attraction consists of multiple tracks, projecting directly from the cliffs above the Capilano River. (AP Photo / The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck)

Supporters of Julius Maleme, leader of the Youth League of the African National Congress at a demonstration during the hearing of Maleme in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Wednesday, August 31. Maleme is accused of inciting division and deterioration of the reputation of the party. (Kim Ludbrook / EPA)

Residents of the Emirates on holiday in Dubai. Tuesday evening, Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan. (Karim Sahib / AFP / Getty Images)

Libyan rebel sitting in a wicker chair, not resting. He is in office: resistance forces establish checkpoints, closing the center of Tripoli in the ring. (Patrick Baz / AFP / Getty Images)

Children are photographed with a snake in the amusement park in Acre, Israel. (Menahem Kahana / AFP / Getty Images)

The three-year Carson Hobbies igrvovoy on the site in the park Jerry Ivey in Salina, Kansas. (Tom Dorsey / Salina Journal / Associated Press)

Nepalese sadhus smeared with ash, sitting in front of the temple of Pashupatinath s the festival TJ in Kathmandu, Nepal. (AP Photo / Binod Joshi)

Fireworks over St. Basil's Cathedral during the international festival of military orchestras "Spasskaya Tower". Participants in the annual event, which was held August 31 at the Red Square in Moscow, began to military bands from different countries. (REUTERS / Sergei Karpukhin)

North Korean children perform in the theater of the city of Rason, North Korea. (AP Photo / Ng Han Guan)

Haim, loggerhead sea turtle, is sent to the Mediterranean, after he was released on Givat Olga beach, not far from the coastal city of Hadera, Israel, on Wednesday August 31. He was caught by a fisherman in May 2011, and until recently, was treated at the clinic of the Israeli national park. (AP Photo / Tsafrir Abayov)

Student attacks police car next to the Congress during a protest on August 31 in Valparaiso, a city 121 km from Santiago, Chile. The protests caused by the fact that the government requires changes in the educational system. (REUTERS / Eliseo Fernandez)

A crowd of Chinese tourists saved from the wave passes through the dam on the river Tsyantan in Haining, Zhejiang province in eastern China on Wednesday, August 31. (AFP / Getty Images)

Palestinian children on the carousel ride at an amusement park in the city of Jenin in the West Bank on August 31 on the second day of Eid al-Fitr. (SAIF DAHLAH / AFP / Getty Images)

Opposition activist in the window of the police car. The man was arrested on August 31, 2011 during a protest in Moscow. About a hundred people staged a sit-in demonstration in the center of Moscow, demanding freedom of assembly. Russian opposition protests arranges 31 of each month, as a requirement pursuant to Article 31 of the Russian Constitution, which guarantees freedom of assembly. (ANDREY SMIRNOV / AFP / Getty Images)

People look at a flooded street in Cuautitlan, Mexico City suburb, August 31, 2011. Due to heavy rains the dam Angulo could not hold back the flow of water, and residential areas in the Valley of Mexico were flooded. (REUTERS / Stringer)

Hyderabad, India - A Muslim shows the hands painted with henna in honor of "Chand Raate" or "Night Moon" - festival, traditionally held on the eve of the festival Eid al-Fitr. The Muslim world began celebrating Eid al-Fitr in the new moon, marking the end of Ramadan. (NOAH SEELAM / AFP)

Santa Monica -21-year-old New York Karl Henry (left) feels great this cool morning, while the 22-year-old inhabitant of Encino Tim Anderson MacDonald (right) tries to keep warm. All these people await the opening of the store Desigual. Spanish manufacturer of clothing arranged share, under the terms of which the first 100 visitors to the store, came in his underwear, get two free things from Desigual. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Dhaka, Bangladesh - passengers on the roof of the train, riding in Jamalpur. Millions of people in the capital, Dhaka, hurry home to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr. In Bangladesh, a celebration was held on Wednesday. (ANDREW BIRAJ / Reuters)

On CT scans visible secateurs, stuck in the head 86-year-old resident of Green Valley, Arizona. Pruner was removed by surgeons Medical Center in Tucson on 30 July. Leroy Lutchester, working in the garden, down on the tool and its handle is passed through the eye socket to the neck. Doctors say that the injured will fully recover. (AP Photo / University Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona)

Argentine dancers Max baths de Voorde (right) and Solange Acosta (left) appear in the final of the FIFA World Tango 2011 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (AP Photo / Victor R. Caivano)

The cadets of the military college on the march in honor of the victory in the War of Independence, Ankara, Turkey. Every year on August 30 Turkey celebrates a big national holiday - Victory Day (Victory Day / Zafer Bayrami) after a decisive victory over the Greek invaders and in memory of those killed at the Battle of Dumlupinar, which was completed Turkish War of Independence in 1922. (AP Photo)

Patrick Boyle, Earl of Glasgow and his son David, Viscount Kelbern, near the castle Kelbern in Largs, Scotland. In 2007, the local council has allowed Brazilian artists to paint the walls of the castle as its repair postponed for three years. Earl of Glasgow turned to the public with a request to Historic Scotland leave graffiti on the walls of the castle forever. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images)

Girl standing next to a Muslim mother during a special morning prayer, the Eid al-Fitr in the central mosque in the southern province of Pattani, Thailand. The three-day feast of Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic fasting, begins after the new moon. (Photo by Paula Bronstein / Getty Images)

Rebels in the estate Moatassema Gaddafi, son of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Tripoli. The rebel leaders have been negotiating with the defenders of the regime about the fate of Sirte, the hometown of Colonel. (Patrick Baz / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Shoes damaged by landslide in Gombe, Uganda. As a result of landslides caused by heavy rains on Monday, killing at least 40 people, including children, buried in their own homes in the area Bulambuli. (Stephen Wandera / Associated Press)

Prayer during the festival of Eid al-Fitr in Tahrir Square in Cairo. (Khaled Desouki / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

A policeman accompanied the car American actress Daryl Hannah. Her arestovali30 August during a protest against the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline near the White House in Washington, DC. Hannah was one of dozens arrested demonstrators who opposed the construction of a pipeline from Canada to Texas. (SAUL LOEB / AFP / Getty Images)

The man looks after the children, ride on the carousel in the first day of Eid al-Fitr in Kabul. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month in the Muslim calendar. (Reuters / Erik de Castro)

Young dancers from Raison, South Korea backstage waiting for speech in a local school (Carlos Barria / Reuters)

Work from the Chinese city of Wuhan polishes the surface of the unfinished miniature submarine. Photographed in the studio of a local farmer named Zhang Wuyi, interested in inventing. Zhang has successfully tested a home-made submarine Shuguang Hao 3, 6 meters long and 1, 8 meters wide, which is capable pogruzhatsyana a depth of 20 meters. "After the security check, I hope to sell a submarine for about 100, 000 yuan ($ 15 670). One mediator sent me this month, an order for another "- shared with reporters Zhang. (Jason Lee / Reuters)

Israeli soldiers in search of Hamas militants during an operation in the city of Hebron in the West Bank of the Jordan River. (Reuters)

Libyan rebels in Tripoli in the charred wreckage of the aircraft tail section «Afriqiyah Airways», belonging to the Libyan airlines. (Patrick Baz / AFP / Getty Images)

Young man jumps over a bull during the second bullfight of the five races held as part of a local festival «Neustra Senora del Rosario» in Cuellar, Spain. (Juan Martin Misis / European Presspnoto Agency)

Greg Osten makes a big fish out of my local pond storm surge of Hurricane Irene, which was held on Monday through Avon, North Carolina. Avon - one of the settlements on the island of Hatteras, which was cut off from the outside world because of the collapse of asphalt on Highway 12 North Carolina caused by Hurricane Irene. (AP Photo / The News & Observer, Chuck Liddy)

Camel riding in the truck of Tripoli, Libya on Monday. (AP Photo / Francois Mori)

Residents of the suburbs of Mumbai, India hanging on railcars local train, which resumed running of the route after a long break due to heavy monsoon rains. Train travel was disrupted due to flooding in several low-lying areas of the city. (AP Photo / Rajanish Kakade)

Driver fat-fat, or rickshaws waiting for passengers in front of giant masks of tigers in the Bangkok Arts & Cultural Center. (AP Photo / Sakchai Lalit)

A worker carrying boxes full of grapes in the vineyard «Game Farm» in Oakville, California. The grapes will be used for the production of sparkling wines. This year's grape harvest is removed later because of rain, and atypical for this time of year temperatures. (Eric Risberg / Associated Press)

Oscar Pistorius (right) of South Africa congratulates Germain Gonzalez from Jamaica after the 400 meter men's relay at the semi-final World Cup in Athletics August 29 2011. (REUTERS / Michael Dalder)

Rabbit jumping over a hurdle at the 5th Open Rabbit Sport Tournament (5. offene Kaninchensport Turnier), was held on 28 August 2011 Rommerse near Fulda, Germany. 80 rabbits competed in the lightweight and middleweight champion, as well as in the category of jumps for points during the tournament in Rommerse. The rabbit jumps - a new "trick" among owners of domestic rabbits in Central Europe. The first European championship for this new "furry sport" will hold later this year in Switzerland. (Ralph Orlowski / Getty Images)



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