Agricultural plots lie under water in Fontibon on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, Friday Nov. 19, 2010. An exceptionally wet rainy season has caused floods and landslides that have killed more than 130 people throughout Colombia. Meteorologists attribute the rise in precipitation over Colombia to the "La Nina" climatic phenomenon, which is caused by a cooling of adjacent waters in the Pacific Ocean and is expected to persist into early 2011.
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Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko jokingly reacts to a point as he attends a charitable tennis match against Denmark's tennis star Caroline Wozniacki and Belarus' Victoria Azarenka in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010.
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A man pulls the body of a woman who died of cholera in Cap Haitian, Haiti, Friday Nov. 19, 2010. Thousands of people have been hospitalized for cholera across Haiti with symptoms including serious diarrhea, vomiting and fever and at least 1,100 people have died.
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Marie Hewitt Fromherz, mother of U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Samuel Hewitt, clutches a flag after it was presented to her at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010, in Rittman, Ohio. Hewitt's sister, Paula Hewitt Banks, is seated on the right. In 1966, Hewitt was sent on patrol in Vietnam and never returned. His remains were found recently and returned to the family.
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A Greenpeace car with a tuna model is parked at the entrance of the hotel where a meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, ICCAT is taking place in Paris, Friday Nov. 18, 2010. The ICCAT is an inter-governmental fishery organization responsible for the conservation of tunas and tuna-like species in the Atlantic Ocean and its adjacent seas. Representatives from 48 countries around the world are preparing to set fishing quotas for the Atlantic bluefin, whose tender red meat is popular in sushi in Japan.
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Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiancee Charlene Wittstock, stand on the balcony of the Monaco Palace, Friday Nov. 19, 2010, during celebrations of Monaco's national day. The couple are scheduled to wed in a civil ceremony on July 2, 2011 followed by a religious ceremony the following day.
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A Palestinian protester runs from tear gas fired by Israeli troops, not pictured, during a protest against Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin near Ramallah, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. Israel says the barrier is necessary for security while Palestinians call it a land grab.
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President Barack Obama, center, listens to the American national anthem next to Portuguese President Anibal Cavaco Silva during the arrival ceremony at the Belem National Palace in Lisbon, Portugal, on Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. U.S. President Barack Obama and the leaders of NATO's 27 other member nations will open a two-day summit Friday aimed at finding ways to keep the Cold War alliance relevant in the 21st century with revamped roles including ballistic missile defense, anti-piracy patrols, and counterterrorism.
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Pope Benedict XVI delivers his message to cardinals he summoned for a day of reflection at the Vatican, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010, the day before a ceremony to create 24 new cardinals. The top agenda, religious freedom, grew remarkably timely given China's planned ordination Saturday of a bishop who doesn't have the Pope's approval. The Vatican warned China that efforts at reconciliation would be set back if bishops loyal to the pope were forced to attend the ordination. The Vatican said such actions would constitute "grave violations of freedom of religion and freedom of conscience.''
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A man takes shelter in a doorway, left, as he begs for money on a deserted street in central Dublin, Ireland, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. The euro is continuing to rise modestly against the dollar amid hopes of a resolution to Ireland's debt crisis. Ireland appears headed toward taking a loan from the European Union to bolster its debt-crippled banks, helping take the edge off recent fears about the resurgence of Europe's debt troubles.
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