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Argentine President Cristina Fernandez holds up a petroleum sample as she announces plans for her government to nationalize a giant oil company that is largely owned by a private Spanish company. Behind her is an image of the country's former first lady, Eva Peron.
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Undocumented immigrants are searched before boarding a deportation flight in Mesa, Ariz., last June. Since the passage of the state's immigration law two years ago, thousands of illegal workers have left.
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Simone Wiegele of Germany riding "Arkansas" in action during a 2011 competition in Leipzig, Germany. The sport is becoming more popular in the American northwest, and parents of kids who learn horse vaulting say it helps teach concentration and confidence.
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Specialist Tad Donoho screams with pain after being administered a "pink belly" for his birthday: Each member of the platoon struck his stomach until it bruised. July 2008.
Say What? Margaret Thatcher (portrayed by Meryl Streep in The Iron Lady) had many memorable lines, but a pirated version of the film making its way around Moscow features some unexpected dialogue.
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Members of the 182nd Infantry Regiment arrive in Indiana after spending a year in Afghanistan. They will spend about a week here before returning to their homes in New England.