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Veterinarian Diane Febles (left) and her assistant, Tracey McKnight, of Veterinary Equine Dentistry work on a horse in Henry County, Ga. The silver speculum keeps the horse's mouth open and prevents the animal from biting Febles' fingers.
Muslim scholar Tariq Ramadan, pictured here at a conference in France on April 25, is now able to enter the U.S. He tells NPR that when he speaks in the U.S., he's too much of a Muslim and when he speaks in the Muslim world, he's too much of a Westerner.
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A U.S. Border Patrol officer keeps watch over the fence that divides the U.S. from Mexico in the town of Nogales, Ariz., on April 22. Mexico has denounced a newly passed Arizona law that requires police to question suspected illegal immigrants and orders people to carry proof of their immigration status.
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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez salutes during an April 13 ceremony in Caracas to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the failed coup d'etat against him. The recent arrest of a judge has raised questions about Chavez's tactics quelling dissent.
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Lies Hebbadj and his wife, who was cited for driving her car while dressed in a full face-covering Islamic veil, talk to reporters on Friday. The government later alleged that Hebbadj is a polygamist with four wives.
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Some evidence from wild chimpanzee communities in Guinea suggests that when young chimps die, mothers continue to carry and groom them for some time. These two chimps live in captivity.