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Top 99 Pictures AFP année 2012 avec la légende

30 Novembre 2012 , Rédigé par Pat Publié dans #pictures, #news

1/ Firefighters of Alcoy and Elda try to extinguish a fire in Torre de Macanes near Alicante, on August 13, 2012. One person was killed and three injured Sunday as firefighters battled wildfires across Spain, authorities said, the latest victims in a sweltering summer of forest blazes. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images

1/ Firefighters of Alcoy and Elda try to extinguish a fire in Torre de Macanes near Alicante, on August 13, 2012. One person was killed and three injured Sunday as firefighters battled wildfires across Spain, authorities said, the latest victims in a sweltering summer of forest blazes. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images

2/ Tibetan exile Jamphel Yeshi, 27, runs as he is engulfed in flames after he set himself on fire during a protest in New Delhi on March 26, 2012. A Tibetan exile set himself on fire on Monday during a rally in New Delhi to protest against an upcoming visit to India by Chinese President Hu Jintao, police said. AFP PHOTO/STmSTRDEL/AFP/Getty Images

2/ Tibetan exile Jamphel Yeshi, 27, runs as he is engulfed in flames after he set himself on fire during a protest in New Delhi on March 26, 2012. A Tibetan exile set himself on fire on Monday during a rally in New Delhi to protest against an upcoming visit to India by Chinese President Hu Jintao, police said. AFP PHOTO/STmSTRDEL/AFP/Getty Images

3/ Two Syrian rebels take sniper positions at the heavily contested neighborhood of Karmal Jabl in central Aleppo on October 18, 2012. Violence persisted on October 19 with rebels and loyalists of President Bashar al-Assad locked in battle for the northwestern town of Maaret al-Numan on the Damascus-Aleppo highway linking Syria's two biggest cities. AFP PHOTO/JAVIER Manzano/AFP/Getty Images

3/ Two Syrian rebels take sniper positions at the heavily contested neighborhood of Karmal Jabl in central Aleppo on October 18, 2012. Violence persisted on October 19 with rebels and loyalists of President Bashar al-Assad locked in battle for the northwestern town of Maaret al-Numan on the Damascus-Aleppo highway linking Syria's two biggest cities. AFP PHOTO/JAVIER Manzano/AFP/Getty Images

4/ Chandra Bahadur Dangi, a 72-year-old Nepali who claims to be the world's shortest man at 56 centimetres (22 inches) in height, walk near his home in Reemkholi village in Dang district, some 540 kilometres southwest of Kathmandu on February 21, 2012. Dangi will embark to the capital city as Guinness World Records experts are due to arrive in Nepal to measure a 72-year-old claiming to be the world's shortest man. AFP PHOTO/Prakash MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images

4/ Chandra Bahadur Dangi, a 72-year-old Nepali who claims to be the world's shortest man at 56 centimetres (22 inches) in height, walk near his home in Reemkholi village in Dang district, some 540 kilometres southwest of Kathmandu on February 21, 2012. Dangi will embark to the capital city as Guinness World Records experts are due to arrive in Nepal to measure a 72-year-old claiming to be the world's shortest man. AFP PHOTO/Prakash MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images

5/ A man walks past an ice covered car on the frozen waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in the city Versoix, near Geneva on early February 5, 2012. The death toll from the vicious cold snap across Europe has risen to more than 260, with the winter misery set to hit thousands of those seeking to escape it as air traffic was hit. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

5/ A man walks past an ice covered car on the frozen waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in the city Versoix, near Geneva on early February 5, 2012. The death toll from the vicious cold snap across Europe has risen to more than 260, with the winter misery set to hit thousands of those seeking to escape it as air traffic was hit. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

6/ US President Barack Obama does pushups during backetball shooting drills during the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 9, 2012 in Washington, DC. The First Family participated in the yearly event where the South Lawn is opened up to guests to participate in various egg rolls and other activities. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

6/ US President Barack Obama does pushups during backetball shooting drills during the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 9, 2012 in Washington, DC. The First Family participated in the yearly event where the South Lawn is opened up to guests to participate in various egg rolls and other activities. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

7/ A former Taliban fighter looks on after joining Afghan government forces during a ceremony in Herat province on March 26, 2012. Twelve fighters left the Taliban to join government forces in western Afghanistan. The Taliban, ousted from power by a US-led invasion in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, announced earlier this month that they planned to set up a political office in Qatar ahead of talks with Washington. AFP PHOTO / Aref Karimi/AFP/Getty Images

7/ A former Taliban fighter looks on after joining Afghan government forces during a ceremony in Herat province on March 26, 2012. Twelve fighters left the Taliban to join government forces in western Afghanistan. The Taliban, ousted from power by a US-led invasion in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, announced earlier this month that they planned to set up a political office in Qatar ahead of talks with Washington. AFP PHOTO / Aref Karimi/AFP/Getty Images

8/ A fire ball rises as the Israeli air force carries out a raid over Gaza City on November 17, 2012, for the fourth consecutive day. Medics said 40 Gazans have been killed and more than 350 wounded since Israel launched an aerial campaign on the enclave on November 14, afternoon, with at least five militants among the 10 people killed in today's raids. AFP PHOTO/MAJDI FATHI/AFP/Getty Images

8/ A fire ball rises as the Israeli air force carries out a raid over Gaza City on November 17, 2012, for the fourth consecutive day. Medics said 40 Gazans have been killed and more than 350 wounded since Israel launched an aerial campaign on the enclave on November 14, afternoon, with at least five militants among the 10 people killed in today's raids. AFP PHOTO/MAJDI FATHI/AFP/Getty Images

9/ Sunset on January 16, 2012, over the cruise liner Costa Concordia aground in front of the harbor of Isola del Giglio after hitting underwater rocks on January 13. Pier Luigi Foschi, head of the Costa Crociere line, said the company had commissioned several firms to look at the best way to salvage the 114,500-ton vessel lying on its side. The 290-metre (950-feet) long Costa Crociere, which is 17 decks high, has a large gash in its hull from running on to rocks before it capsized on Friday night. Coastguards said the half-submerged giant ship had now stabilized as weather conditions off the Tuscan coast improved but added that there was still a risk the hulk could slip off a rocky shelf into the open sea and sink entirely. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images

9/ Sunset on January 16, 2012, over the cruise liner Costa Concordia aground in front of the harbor of Isola del Giglio after hitting underwater rocks on January 13. Pier Luigi Foschi, head of the Costa Crociere line, said the company had commissioned several firms to look at the best way to salvage the 114,500-ton vessel lying on its side. The 290-metre (950-feet) long Costa Crociere, which is 17 decks high, has a large gash in its hull from running on to rocks before it capsized on Friday night. Coastguards said the half-submerged giant ship had now stabilized as weather conditions off the Tuscan coast improved but added that there was still a risk the hulk could slip off a rocky shelf into the open sea and sink entirely. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images

10/ South Korea's Hwang Woojin loses control of his horse Shearwater Oscar during the Show Jumping event of the Modern Pentathlon during the 2012 London Olympics at the Equestrian venue in Greenwich Park, London, on August 11, 2012. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images

10/ South Korea's Hwang Woojin loses control of his horse Shearwater Oscar during the Show Jumping event of the Modern Pentathlon during the 2012 London Olympics at the Equestrian venue in Greenwich Park, London, on August 11, 2012. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images

11/ A foreign tourist sits next to a large art display of a shark displayed at a shopping mall in Bangkok on July 9, 2012. Thailand is a tourist magnet but its image as the "Land of Smiles" has been tested in recent years by deadly political unrest, devastating floods and more recently a bungled bomb plot involving Iranian suspects. AFP PHOTO / PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images

11/ A foreign tourist sits next to a large art display of a shark displayed at a shopping mall in Bangkok on July 9, 2012. Thailand is a tourist magnet but its image as the "Land of Smiles" has been tested in recent years by deadly political unrest, devastating floods and more recently a bungled bomb plot involving Iranian suspects. AFP PHOTO / PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL/AFP/Getty Images

12/ A crowd watches an F/A-18 Hornet fighter aircraft of the Swiss Air Force on October 11, 2012 doing a flight demonstration of the Swiss Air Force over Axalp in the Bernese Oberland. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

12/ A crowd watches an F/A-18 Hornet fighter aircraft of the Swiss Air Force on October 11, 2012 doing a flight demonstration of the Swiss Air Force over Axalp in the Bernese Oberland. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

13/ Russian Presidential candidate, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a rally of his supporters at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow on February 23, 2012. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Thursday vowed he would not allow foreign powers to interfere in Russia's internal affairs and predicted victory in an ongoing battle for its future. "We will not allow anyone interfere in our internal affairs," Putin said in a speech to more than 100,000 people packed into the stadium and its grounds at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium ahead of March 4 presidential elections. . AFP PHOTO/AFP PHOTO / YURI KADOBNOV/AFP/Getty Images

13/ Russian Presidential candidate, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a rally of his supporters at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow on February 23, 2012. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Thursday vowed he would not allow foreign powers to interfere in Russia's internal affairs and predicted victory in an ongoing battle for its future. "We will not allow anyone interfere in our internal affairs," Putin said in a speech to more than 100,000 people packed into the stadium and its grounds at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium ahead of March 4 presidential elections. . AFP PHOTO/AFP PHOTO / YURI KADOBNOV/AFP/Getty Images

14/ Sarah Obama, step-grandmother to USA's President elect, Barak Obama, reacts with members of her family on November 7, 2012 in the hamlet of Kogelo in western Kenya during a press conference that followed media-announcements of Obama's apparent victory. President Barack Obama swept to a emphatic re-election win over Mitt Romney on November 6, 2012 forging new history by transcending a dragging economy and the stifling unemployment which haunted his first term. AFP PHOTO / Tony KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images

14/ Sarah Obama, step-grandmother to USA's President elect, Barak Obama, reacts with members of her family on November 7, 2012 in the hamlet of Kogelo in western Kenya during a press conference that followed media-announcements of Obama's apparent victory. President Barack Obama swept to a emphatic re-election win over Mitt Romney on November 6, 2012 forging new history by transcending a dragging economy and the stifling unemployment which haunted his first term. AFP PHOTO / Tony KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images

15/ New taxi cabs are seen in a lot as flood waters recede on October 31, 2012 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Hurricane Sandy which made landfall along the New Jersey shore, has left parts of the state and the surrounding area flooded and without power. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

15/ New taxi cabs are seen in a lot as flood waters recede on October 31, 2012 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Hurricane Sandy which made landfall along the New Jersey shore, has left parts of the state and the surrounding area flooded and without power. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

16/ Syrian rebels hunt for snipers after attacking the municipality building in the city center of Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012, during fights between rebels and Syrian troops. Syrian rebels "liberated" several districts of the northern city of Aleppo on Monday, a Free Syrian Army spokesman in the country's commercial hub said. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

16/ Syrian rebels hunt for snipers after attacking the municipality building in the city center of Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012, during fights between rebels and Syrian troops. Syrian rebels "liberated" several districts of the northern city of Aleppo on Monday, a Free Syrian Army spokesman in the country's commercial hub said. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

17/ France's opposition Socialist Party (PS) candidate for the 2012 French presidential election Francois Hollande (C) receives flour, thrown by a woman (R) while he was signing a pact on French housing crisis with representatives of the Abbé Pierre Foundation on February 1, 2012 in Paris. AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images

17/ France's opposition Socialist Party (PS) candidate for the 2012 French presidential election Francois Hollande (C) receives flour, thrown by a woman (R) while he was signing a pact on French housing crisis with representatives of the Abbé Pierre Foundation on February 1, 2012 in Paris. AFP PHOTO / FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images

18/ Afghan youth throw stones toward US soldiers standing at the gate of Bagram airbase during a protest against Koran desecration at Bagram, about 60 kilometres (40 miles) north of Kabul, on February 21, 2012. Afghan protestors firing slingshots and petrol bombs besieged one of the largest US-run military bases in Afghanistan, furious over reports that NATO had set fire to copies of the Koran. Guards at Bagram airbase responded by firing rubber bullets from a watchtower, an AFP photographer said as the crowd shouted "Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar" (God is greater). AFP PHOTO / Massoud HOSSAINI/AFP/Getty Images

18/ Afghan youth throw stones toward US soldiers standing at the gate of Bagram airbase during a protest against Koran desecration at Bagram, about 60 kilometres (40 miles) north of Kabul, on February 21, 2012. Afghan protestors firing slingshots and petrol bombs besieged one of the largest US-run military bases in Afghanistan, furious over reports that NATO had set fire to copies of the Koran. Guards at Bagram airbase responded by firing rubber bullets from a watchtower, an AFP photographer said as the crowd shouted "Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar" (God is greater). AFP PHOTO / Massoud HOSSAINI/AFP/Getty Images

19/ Workers wear panda costumes as they carry a box to transport Giant Pandas back to the wild, at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Wolong, southwest China's Sichaun province on May 3, 2012. The bears will be left to fend for themselves to learn crucial survival skills, and scientists plan to gradually reduce human interactions until they can live in the wild without any assistance, and while there have already been 10 attempts at setting pandas free over the past 30 years, and only two are thought to have been successful as the bears find it very hard to survive on their own. AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/Getty Images

19/ Workers wear panda costumes as they carry a box to transport Giant Pandas back to the wild, at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Wolong, southwest China's Sichaun province on May 3, 2012. The bears will be left to fend for themselves to learn crucial survival skills, and scientists plan to gradually reduce human interactions until they can live in the wild without any assistance, and while there have already been 10 attempts at setting pandas free over the past 30 years, and only two are thought to have been successful as the bears find it very hard to survive on their own. AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/Getty Images

20/ Jamaica's Usain Bolt wins the men's 100m final at the athletics event during the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 5, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

20/ Jamaica's Usain Bolt wins the men's 100m final at the athletics event during the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 5, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

21/ M23 rebels celebrate in the streets of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 20, 2012. Rebels in the DRC claimed control of the main town of Goma and its airport, in the mineral-rich east, as President Joseph Kabila urged people to defend the country's sovereignty. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

21/ M23 rebels celebrate in the streets of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 20, 2012. Rebels in the DRC claimed control of the main town of Goma and its airport, in the mineral-rich east, as President Joseph Kabila urged people to defend the country's sovereignty. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

22/ A demonstrator holds a traffic sign during clashes between protesters and riot police near the Greek parliament in Athens on February 12, 2012. Greek police fired tear gas at petrol bomb-throwing protesters outside parliament, where tens of thousands had massed in a rally against austerity plans being debated by lawmakers. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

22/ A demonstrator holds a traffic sign during clashes between protesters and riot police near the Greek parliament in Athens on February 12, 2012. Greek police fired tear gas at petrol bomb-throwing protesters outside parliament, where tens of thousands had massed in a rally against austerity plans being debated by lawmakers. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

23/ US swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m individual medley heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 1, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS XAVIER MARIT/AFP/Getty Images

23/ US swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m individual medley heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 1, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS XAVIER MARIT/AFP/Getty Images

24/ A riot police is engulfed by flames during clashes with protestors in Athens on February 12, 2012. Greek police today used tear gas on petrol bomb-throwing protesters outside parliament where lawmakers were debating a new austerity plan aimed at staving off bankruptcy. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

24/ A riot police is engulfed by flames during clashes with protestors in Athens on February 12, 2012. Greek police today used tear gas on petrol bomb-throwing protesters outside parliament where lawmakers were debating a new austerity plan aimed at staving off bankruptcy. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

25/ Motorists cross a damaged road destroyed at the height of the powerful earthquake in Guihulngan town, Negros Oriental province, central Philippines on February 9, 2012. Survivors of a deadly quake in the Philippines begged rescuers February 8 to keep searching for dozens of people buried in landslides, but officials said hopes of finding them alive were dim. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images

25/ Motorists cross a damaged road destroyed at the height of the powerful earthquake in Guihulngan town, Negros Oriental province, central Philippines on February 9, 2012. Survivors of a deadly quake in the Philippines begged rescuers February 8 to keep searching for dozens of people buried in landslides, but officials said hopes of finding them alive were dim. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images

26/ An M23 rebel marches towards the town of Sake, 26km west of Goma, as thousands of residents flee fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town on November 22, 2012. Fighting broke out this afternoon causing people to flee the town and head east, towards Goma, to the camps for the internally displaced in the village of Mugunga. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

26/ An M23 rebel marches towards the town of Sake, 26km west of Goma, as thousands of residents flee fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town on November 22, 2012. Fighting broke out this afternoon causing people to flee the town and head east, towards Goma, to the camps for the internally displaced in the village of Mugunga. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

27/ Thousands of Congolese flee the town of Sake, 26km west of Goma, following fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town on November 22, 2012. Fighting broke out this afternoon causing people to flee the town and head east, towards Goma, to the camps for the internally displaced in the village of Mugunga. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

27/ Thousands of Congolese flee the town of Sake, 26km west of Goma, following fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town on November 22, 2012. Fighting broke out this afternoon causing people to flee the town and head east, towards Goma, to the camps for the internally displaced in the village of Mugunga. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

28/ Yemeni protesters try to break through the US embassy in Sanaa during a protest over a film mocking Islam on September 13, 2012. Yemeni forces managed to drive out angry protesters who stormed the embassy in the Yemeni capital with police firing warning shots to disperse thousands of people as they approached the main gate of the mission. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED HUWAIS/AFP/Getty Images

28/ Yemeni protesters try to break through the US embassy in Sanaa during a protest over a film mocking Islam on September 13, 2012. Yemeni forces managed to drive out angry protesters who stormed the embassy in the Yemeni capital with police firing warning shots to disperse thousands of people as they approached the main gate of the mission. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED HUWAIS/AFP/Getty Images

29/ A child looks out from a make-shift tent as under heavy rain during a visit by Under-Secretary General of United Nation for Humanitarian affairs Valery Amos to the refugee camp of Kibati in Goma on August 8, 2012. Unrest in the country has led to the displacement of some 250,000 people. AFP PHOTO /Michele SIBILONI/AFP/Getty Images

29/ A child looks out from a make-shift tent as under heavy rain during a visit by Under-Secretary General of United Nation for Humanitarian affairs Valery Amos to the refugee camp of Kibati in Goma on August 8, 2012. Unrest in the country has led to the displacement of some 250,000 people. AFP PHOTO /Michele SIBILONI/AFP/Getty Images

30/ A Dutch local resident, standing in his house, looks to high waters level through his window, in Dordrecht on January 5, 2012. Gale force winds reaching up to 110 kilometres (about 70 miles) an hour as well as heavy rains are expected along the Dutch coast. About a quarter of the country sits below sea level. ROBIN UTRECHT/AFP/Getty Images

30/ A Dutch local resident, standing in his house, looks to high waters level through his window, in Dordrecht on January 5, 2012. Gale force winds reaching up to 110 kilometres (about 70 miles) an hour as well as heavy rains are expected along the Dutch coast. About a quarter of the country sits below sea level. ROBIN UTRECHT/AFP/Getty Images

31/ A Syrian man carries his wounded daughter outside a hospital in the northern city of Aleppo on September 18, 2012. Syrian troops shelled several districts in Aleppo and clashed with rebels, as Damascus ally Iran proposed a simultaneous halt to the violence and a peaceful solution to the conflict. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

31/ A Syrian man carries his wounded daughter outside a hospital in the northern city of Aleppo on September 18, 2012. Syrian troops shelled several districts in Aleppo and clashed with rebels, as Damascus ally Iran proposed a simultaneous halt to the violence and a peaceful solution to the conflict. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

32/ Egyptian protesters carry an obelisk with the names of those killed during last year's uprising, at a huge rally in Tahrir Square on January 25, 2012, marking the first anniversary of the uprising that toppled president Hosni Mubarak as a debate raged over whether the rally was a celebration or a second push for change. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images

32/ Egyptian protesters carry an obelisk with the names of those killed during last year's uprising, at a huge rally in Tahrir Square on January 25, 2012, marking the first anniversary of the uprising that toppled president Hosni Mubarak as a debate raged over whether the rally was a celebration or a second push for change. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images

33/ Britain's Mohamed Farah celebrates after winning the men's 5000m final at the athletics event of the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 11, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORIN/AFP/Getty Images

33/ Britain's Mohamed Farah celebrates after winning the men's 5000m final at the athletics event of the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 11, 2012 in London. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORIN/AFP/Getty Images

34/ A leopard (Panthera pardus) attacks and wounds Pintu Dey, an Indian laborer in a residential neighborhood of Silphukhuri area in Guwahati on January 7, 2012. Three people were seriously injured in the leopard attack before the feline was tranquilized and taken to Assam state zoo. Pintu Dey, in his 40s, is recovering in a hospital in India's northeastern state of Assam after being badly mauled outside his house in the attack. AFP PHOTO/STRSTRDEL/AFP/Getty Images

34/ A leopard (Panthera pardus) attacks and wounds Pintu Dey, an Indian laborer in a residential neighborhood of Silphukhuri area in Guwahati on January 7, 2012. Three people were seriously injured in the leopard attack before the feline was tranquilized and taken to Assam state zoo. Pintu Dey, in his 40s, is recovering in a hospital in India's northeastern state of Assam after being badly mauled outside his house in the attack. AFP PHOTO/STRSTRDEL/AFP/Getty Images

35/ In this photograph taken on July 10, 2012, a Pakistani worker pulls on a wire he will connect to a thick chain that will in turn be used to peel away a slab of the outer structure of a beached vessel in one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Geddani, some 40Kms west of Karachi. Geddani's ship-breaking yards employ some 10,000 workers including welders, cleaners, crane operators and worker supervisors. The yards are one of the largest ship-breaking operations in the world rivaling in size those located in India and Bangladesh. It takes 50 workers about three months to break down a midsize average transport sea vessel of about 40,000 tonnes. The multimillion-dollar ship-breaking industry contributes significantly to the national supply of steel to Pakistani industries. For a six-day working week of hard and often dangerous work handling asbestos, heavy metals and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), employees get paid about 300 USD a month of which half is spent on food and rent for run-down rickety shacks near the yards, a labour representative told AFP. AFP PHOTO / Roberto SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images

35/ In this photograph taken on July 10, 2012, a Pakistani worker pulls on a wire he will connect to a thick chain that will in turn be used to peel away a slab of the outer structure of a beached vessel in one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Geddani, some 40Kms west of Karachi. Geddani's ship-breaking yards employ some 10,000 workers including welders, cleaners, crane operators and worker supervisors. The yards are one of the largest ship-breaking operations in the world rivaling in size those located in India and Bangladesh. It takes 50 workers about three months to break down a midsize average transport sea vessel of about 40,000 tonnes. The multimillion-dollar ship-breaking industry contributes significantly to the national supply of steel to Pakistani industries. For a six-day working week of hard and often dangerous work handling asbestos, heavy metals and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), employees get paid about 300 USD a month of which half is spent on food and rent for run-down rickety shacks near the yards, a labour representative told AFP. AFP PHOTO / Roberto SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images

36/ The Israeli military launch a missile from the Iron Dome air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells, in the southern city of Beer Sheva following the firing of rockets from the Gaza Strip on November 15, 2012. Rockets were launched from Gaza into Israel amid a vast Israeli operation against Gaza militants which began on November 14 with the killing of a top Hamas chief along with ten other Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images

36/ The Israeli military launch a missile from the Iron Dome air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells, in the southern city of Beer Sheva following the firing of rockets from the Gaza Strip on November 15, 2012. Rockets were launched from Gaza into Israel amid a vast Israeli operation against Gaza militants which began on November 14 with the killing of a top Hamas chief along with ten other Palestinians. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images

37/  A lonesome motorcyclist rides across the desert during the stage 11 of the Dakar 2012, between Arica and Arequipa, Chile, on January 12, 2012. French Cyril Despres won stage 11. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images

37/ A lonesome motorcyclist rides across the desert during the stage 11 of the Dakar 2012, between Arica and Arequipa, Chile, on January 12, 2012. French Cyril Despres won stage 11. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images

38/ A Palestinian woman is helped by a paramedic out of her building, damaged during an Israeli air raid on a nearby sporting centre in Gaza City November 19, 2012. Israeli air strikes on Sunday killed 31 Palestinians in the bloodiest day so far of its air campaign on the Gaza Strip, as diplomatic efforts to broker a truce intensified. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

38/ A Palestinian woman is helped by a paramedic out of her building, damaged during an Israeli air raid on a nearby sporting centre in Gaza City November 19, 2012. Israeli air strikes on Sunday killed 31 Palestinians in the bloodiest day so far of its air campaign on the Gaza Strip, as diplomatic efforts to broker a truce intensified. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

39/ Palestinian men gather around a crater caused by an Israeli air strike on the al-Dallu family's home in Gaza City on November 18, 2012. Israeli air strikes killed at least 18 Palestinians in the bloodiest day so far of its massive air campaign on the Gaza Strip, as diplomatic efforts to broker a truce intensified. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

39/ Palestinian men gather around a crater caused by an Israeli air strike on the al-Dallu family's home in Gaza City on November 18, 2012. Israeli air strikes killed at least 18 Palestinians in the bloodiest day so far of its massive air campaign on the Gaza Strip, as diplomatic efforts to broker a truce intensified. AFP PHOTO/MARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images

40/ An Egyptian protester shouts slogans against ousted president Hosni Mubarak during a rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square on June 4, 2012. Egyptian activists who spearheaded the revolt that toppled Mubarak have called for mass demonstrations on June 5 to protest against verdicts handed down in the former president's murder trial. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images

40/ An Egyptian protester shouts slogans against ousted president Hosni Mubarak during a rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square on June 4, 2012. Egyptian activists who spearheaded the revolt that toppled Mubarak have called for mass demonstrations on June 5 to protest against verdicts handed down in the former president's murder trial. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images

41/ Palestinians extinguish fire from the car of Ahmed Jaabari, head of the military wing of the Hamas movement, the Ezzedin Qassam Brigades, after it was hit by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on November 14, 2012. The top Hamas commander Ahmed al-Jaabari was killed in an Israeli air strike , medics and a Hamas source told . AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images

41/ Palestinians extinguish fire from the car of Ahmed Jaabari, head of the military wing of the Hamas movement, the Ezzedin Qassam Brigades, after it was hit by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on November 14, 2012. The top Hamas commander Ahmed al-Jaabari was killed in an Israeli air strike , medics and a Hamas source told . AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images

42/ A boy swims amongst the debris as he tries to salvage belongings from destroyed homes hit after two barges smashed into an informal settler area in Manila on July 30, 2012, when strong winds and rains due to Tropical Storm Saola hit the capital. At least one person was killed and millions were left without power on July 30, as Tropical Storm Saola brought heavy rains to large parts of the Philippines, the government said. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images

42/ A boy swims amongst the debris as he tries to salvage belongings from destroyed homes hit after two barges smashed into an informal settler area in Manila on July 30, 2012, when strong winds and rains due to Tropical Storm Saola hit the capital. At least one person was killed and millions were left without power on July 30, as Tropical Storm Saola brought heavy rains to large parts of the Philippines, the government said. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images

43/ Thailand's Nina Lamsan Ligon riding Butts Leon rides past spectators as she competes in the Cross Country phase of the Eventing competition of the 2012 London Olympics at the Equestrian venue in Greenwich Park, London, July 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

43/ Thailand's Nina Lamsan Ligon riding Butts Leon rides past spectators as she competes in the Cross Country phase of the Eventing competition of the 2012 London Olympics at the Equestrian venue in Greenwich Park, London, July 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images

44/ Mohamed ,22, from Algeria ,sits inside an abandoned wagon at the train station of Orestiada after crossing the border line from Turkey to Greece on April 9, 2012. Human rights groups have heavily criticized Greece over the fence, and for plans to intern illegal immigrants in former military bases pending deportation. The debt-crippled country is the European Union's main entry point for illegal immigrants, mostly from Asia and Africa. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

44/ Mohamed ,22, from Algeria ,sits inside an abandoned wagon at the train station of Orestiada after crossing the border line from Turkey to Greece on April 9, 2012. Human rights groups have heavily criticized Greece over the fence, and for plans to intern illegal immigrants in former military bases pending deportation. The debt-crippled country is the European Union's main entry point for illegal immigrants, mostly from Asia and Africa. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

45/ Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (C) Prince William (R) and Prince Harry (L) wave as they pass the Houses of Parliament aboard the Royal barge, 'Spirit of Chartwell' in central London, on June 3, 2012, during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Hundreds of rowing boats, barges and steamers filled the River Thames with a blaze of colour on Sunday as Queen Elizabeth II sailed through London as part of her spectacular diamond jubilee pageant. AFP PHOTO / GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images

45/ Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (C) Prince William (R) and Prince Harry (L) wave as they pass the Houses of Parliament aboard the Royal barge, 'Spirit of Chartwell' in central London, on June 3, 2012, during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Hundreds of rowing boats, barges and steamers filled the River Thames with a blaze of colour on Sunday as Queen Elizabeth II sailed through London as part of her spectacular diamond jubilee pageant. AFP PHOTO / GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images

46/ US swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m butterfly heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Park in London on July 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

46/ US swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m butterfly heats swimming event at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Park in London on July 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

47/ Fireworks light up the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games in London on July 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Indranil MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images

47/ Fireworks light up the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games in London on July 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Indranil MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images

48/ Overall leader's yellow jersey, British Bradley Wiggins, celebrates at the end of the 53,5 km individual time-trial and nineteenth stage of the 2012 Tour de France cycling race starting in Bonneval and finishing in Chartres, center France, on July 21, 2012. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/Getty Images

48/ Overall leader's yellow jersey, British Bradley Wiggins, celebrates at the end of the 53,5 km individual time-trial and nineteenth stage of the 2012 Tour de France cycling race starting in Bonneval and finishing in Chartres, center France, on July 21, 2012. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/Getty Images

49/ The family of a five year old Afghan girl, that was allegedly raped by a 22 year old man, looks on as she lies in a hospital bed in Kaldar district of Balk Province of Mazar-i-Sharif on November 12, 2012. The alleged rapist and neighbor was later detained by police. There is little sign that violence against women in Afghanistan is decreasing, despite billions of dollars of international aid which has poured into the country during the decade-long war. Some 87 percent of Afghan women report having experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence or forced marriage, according to figures quoted in an October report by the British charity Oxfam. AFP PHOTO/ Qais USYAN/AFP/Getty Images

49/ The family of a five year old Afghan girl, that was allegedly raped by a 22 year old man, looks on as she lies in a hospital bed in Kaldar district of Balk Province of Mazar-i-Sharif on November 12, 2012. The alleged rapist and neighbor was later detained by police. There is little sign that violence against women in Afghanistan is decreasing, despite billions of dollars of international aid which has poured into the country during the decade-long war. Some 87 percent of Afghan women report having experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence or forced marriage, according to figures quoted in an October report by the British charity Oxfam. AFP PHOTO/ Qais USYAN/AFP/Getty Images

50/ A man with a Guy Fawkes mask takes part in a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in Madrid, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images

50/ A man with a Guy Fawkes mask takes part in a protest against the Spanish government's latest austerity measures in Madrid, on July 19, 2012. Several hundreds government workers joined the protest after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced, on July 13, the latest measures to lower Spain's deficit, a 65-billion-euro (80 billion USD) austerity package involving among other things an increase in the VAT (TVA) tax and cuts in unemployment benefits. AFP PHOTO/Pedro ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images

51/ This picture taken on July 6, 2012 shows visitors gathering to giant gushes of water released from the Xiaolangdi dam to clear up the sediment-laden Yellow river and to prevent localized flooding, in Jiyuan, central China's Henan province. China is hit by big downpours every summer often causing fatalities as seen in 2010, which saw the nation's worst flooding in a decade leaving more than 4,300 people dead or missing. AFP PHOTOSTR/AFP/Getty Images

51/ This picture taken on July 6, 2012 shows visitors gathering to giant gushes of water released from the Xiaolangdi dam to clear up the sediment-laden Yellow river and to prevent localized flooding, in Jiyuan, central China's Henan province. China is hit by big downpours every summer often causing fatalities as seen in 2010, which saw the nation's worst flooding in a decade leaving more than 4,300 people dead or missing. AFP PHOTOSTR/AFP/Getty Images

52/ A woman looks at an installation made of recycled plastic bottles representing fishes, in Botafogo beach, in Rio de Janeiro, on June 19, 2012, in the sidelines of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20. The UN conference, which marks the 20th anniversary of the Earth Summit -- a landmark 1992 gathering that opened the debate on the future of the planet and its resources -- is the largest ever organized, with 50,000 delegates. AFP PHOTO / Christophe SIMON/AFP/Getty Images

52/ A woman looks at an installation made of recycled plastic bottles representing fishes, in Botafogo beach, in Rio de Janeiro, on June 19, 2012, in the sidelines of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20. The UN conference, which marks the 20th anniversary of the Earth Summit -- a landmark 1992 gathering that opened the debate on the future of the planet and its resources -- is the largest ever organized, with 50,000 delegates. AFP PHOTO / Christophe SIMON/AFP/Getty Images

53/ US player Serena Williams celebrates with the trophy, the Venus Rosewater Dish after her women's singles final victory over Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska on day 12 of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament at the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 7, 2012. Serena Williams won the match 6-1, 5-7, 6-2. AFP PHOTO/ GLYN KIRK /AFP/Getty Images

53/ US player Serena Williams celebrates with the trophy, the Venus Rosewater Dish after her women's singles final victory over Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska on day 12 of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament at the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 7, 2012. Serena Williams won the match 6-1, 5-7, 6-2. AFP PHOTO/ GLYN KIRK /AFP/Getty Images

54/ US President Barack Obama accompanied by (from L-R ) First Lady Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia appears on stage on election night November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. President Barack Obama swept to re-election Tuesday, forging history again by transcending a slow economic recovery and the high unemployment which haunted his first term to beat Republican Mitt Romney. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images

54/ US President Barack Obama accompanied by (from L-R ) First Lady Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia appears on stage on election night November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. President Barack Obama swept to re-election Tuesday, forging history again by transcending a slow economic recovery and the high unemployment which haunted his first term to beat Republican Mitt Romney. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images

55/ A Rohingya Muslim from Myanmar (R), who tried to cross the Naf river into Bangladesh to escape sectarian violence, cries near his family in a Bangladeshi Coast guard station in Teknaf on June 19, 2012, before being sent back to Myanmar. Bangladesh is coming under increasing international pressure to open its border to Rohingya's fleeing the violence, but has so far refused to do so. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

55/ A Rohingya Muslim from Myanmar (R), who tried to cross the Naf river into Bangladesh to escape sectarian violence, cries near his family in a Bangladeshi Coast guard station in Teknaf on June 19, 2012, before being sent back to Myanmar. Bangladesh is coming under increasing international pressure to open its border to Rohingya's fleeing the violence, but has so far refused to do so. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

56/ People board the NY Waterways ferry with the Manhattan skyline in the background November 1, 2012 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Hurricane Sandy, which made landfall along the New Jersey shore, left parts of the state and the surrounding area without power including much of lower Manhattan south of 34th Street. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

56/ People board the NY Waterways ferry with the Manhattan skyline in the background November 1, 2012 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Hurricane Sandy, which made landfall along the New Jersey shore, left parts of the state and the surrounding area without power including much of lower Manhattan south of 34th Street. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

57/ A lone tourist stands in Times Square early October 29, 2012 as New Yorkers prepare for Hurricane Sandy which is supposed to hit the city later tonight Much of the eastern United States was in lockdown mode October 29, 2012 awaiting the arrival of a hurricane dubbed "Frankenstorm" that threatened to wreak havoc on the area with storm surges, driving rain and devastating winds. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

57/ A lone tourist stands in Times Square early October 29, 2012 as New Yorkers prepare for Hurricane Sandy which is supposed to hit the city later tonight Much of the eastern United States was in lockdown mode October 29, 2012 awaiting the arrival of a hurricane dubbed "Frankenstorm" that threatened to wreak havoc on the area with storm surges, driving rain and devastating winds. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

58/ Rohingya Muslims, trying to cross the Naf river into Bangladesh to escape sectarian violence in Myanmar, look on from an intercepted boat in Teknaf on June 13, 2012. Bangladesh on Wednesday refused three more boatloads of Rohingya Muslims fleeing sectarian violence in Myanmar, officials said, despite growing calls for the border to be opened. Bangladeshi guards have turned back 16 boats carrying more than 660 Rohingya people, most of them women and children, since June 11 as they tried to enter from neighboring Myanmar across the river Naf. AFP PHOTO/ Munir UZ ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

58/ Rohingya Muslims, trying to cross the Naf river into Bangladesh to escape sectarian violence in Myanmar, look on from an intercepted boat in Teknaf on June 13, 2012. Bangladesh on Wednesday refused three more boatloads of Rohingya Muslims fleeing sectarian violence in Myanmar, officials said, despite growing calls for the border to be opened. Bangladeshi guards have turned back 16 boats carrying more than 660 Rohingya people, most of them women and children, since June 11 as they tried to enter from neighboring Myanmar across the river Naf. AFP PHOTO/ Munir UZ ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

59/ Members of the Mara 18 gang, attend a mass at the Izalco Penitenciary in the city of Izalco, 70 Km west of San Salvador on April 13, 2012. Catholic priest Fabio Colindres, negotiator of the Catholic church, celebrated a mass to thank for the truce between the gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha, to down murder rates in El Salvador. AFP PHOTO/Jose CABEZAS/AFP/Getty Images

59/ Members of the Mara 18 gang, attend a mass at the Izalco Penitenciary in the city of Izalco, 70 Km west of San Salvador on April 13, 2012. Catholic priest Fabio Colindres, negotiator of the Catholic church, celebrated a mass to thank for the truce between the gangs Mara 18 and Mara Salvatrucha, to down murder rates in El Salvador. AFP PHOTO/Jose CABEZAS/AFP/Getty Images

60/ A Palestinian youth readies to sling a stone at Israeli soldiers as they patrol along the controversial Israeli built separation barrier during clashes close to the village of Bilin, just west of the city Ramallah, in the occupied Israeli West Bank, on April 13, 2012. AFP PHOTO/ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images

60/ A Palestinian youth readies to sling a stone at Israeli soldiers as they patrol along the controversial Israeli built separation barrier during clashes close to the village of Bilin, just west of the city Ramallah, in the occupied Israeli West Bank, on April 13, 2012. AFP PHOTO/ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images

61/ Young Slovaks dressed in traditional costumes throw a bucket of water at a girl as part of Easter celebrations in the village of Trencianska Tepla, 145 km north of Bratislava on April 9, 2012. Slovakia's men splash women with water and hit them with a willow to symbolize youth, strength and beauty for the upcoming spring season.AFP PHOTO/SAMUEL KUBANI/AFP/Getty Images

61/ Young Slovaks dressed in traditional costumes throw a bucket of water at a girl as part of Easter celebrations in the village of Trencianska Tepla, 145 km north of Bratislava on April 9, 2012. Slovakia's men splash women with water and hit them with a willow to symbolize youth, strength and beauty for the upcoming spring season.AFP PHOTO/SAMUEL KUBANI/AFP/Getty Images

62/ A fully grown male wild leopard climbs a net after it fell into a water reservoir tank at a tea estate in Haskhowa, some 45 kms from Siliguri, on June 20, 2012. The animal was rescued by the Sukna Forest rescue team from the Mahananda Wildlife sanctuary by lowering a ladder and a net into the tank. AFP PHOTO/Diptendu DUTTA/AFP/Getty Images

62/ A fully grown male wild leopard climbs a net after it fell into a water reservoir tank at a tea estate in Haskhowa, some 45 kms from Siliguri, on June 20, 2012. The animal was rescued by the Sukna Forest rescue team from the Mahananda Wildlife sanctuary by lowering a ladder and a net into the tank. AFP PHOTO/Diptendu DUTTA/AFP/Getty Images

63/ A supporter of France's Socialist Party (PS) newly elected president Francois Hollande holds a rose as he celebrates at the Bastille Square in Paris on May 7, 2012 after the announcement of the results of the French presidential final round. Hollande was elected France's first Socialist president in nearly two decades on May 6, 2012 dealing a humiliating defeat to incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy and shaking up European politics. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images

63/ A supporter of France's Socialist Party (PS) newly elected president Francois Hollande holds a rose as he celebrates at the Bastille Square in Paris on May 7, 2012 after the announcement of the results of the French presidential final round. Hollande was elected France's first Socialist president in nearly two decades on May 6, 2012 dealing a humiliating defeat to incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy and shaking up European politics. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images

64/ Catholic priest Fabio Colindres (L) speaks with a member of Mara Salvatrucha gang during a mass at the prison of Ciudad Barrios, 160 km east of San Salvador, El Salvador on June 19, 2012. Inmates participated in a mass to celebrate 100 days after a truce was declared between gangs and the Salvadorean goverment. AFP PHOTO/ Jose CABEZAS/AFP/Getty Images

64/ Catholic priest Fabio Colindres (L) speaks with a member of Mara Salvatrucha gang during a mass at the prison of Ciudad Barrios, 160 km east of San Salvador, El Salvador on June 19, 2012. Inmates participated in a mass to celebrate 100 days after a truce was declared between gangs and the Salvadorean goverment. AFP PHOTO/ Jose CABEZAS/AFP/Getty Images

65/ Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses supporters during an electoral campaign rally on the outskirts of Yangon on March 21, 2012. Myanmar has invited US, European and other observers for by-elections next month, an official said on March 21, allowing international scrutiny of polls seen as a major test of its reform credentials. The vote, which will see Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi stand for a seat in parliament for the first time, comes a year after a quasi-civilian government took power following the end of decades of outright military rule. AFP PHOTO/YE Aung Thu/AFP/Getty Images

65/ Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses supporters during an electoral campaign rally on the outskirts of Yangon on March 21, 2012. Myanmar has invited US, European and other observers for by-elections next month, an official said on March 21, allowing international scrutiny of polls seen as a major test of its reform credentials. The vote, which will see Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi stand for a seat in parliament for the first time, comes a year after a quasi-civilian government took power following the end of decades of outright military rule. AFP PHOTO/YE Aung Thu/AFP/Getty Images

66/ A portrait of a Free Syrian Army rebel mounted of his steed in Al-Shatouria village near to the Turkish border in northwestern Syria, on March 16, 2012, a year after a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's regime erupted. AFP PHOTO/GIOGOS Moutafis/AFP/Getty Images

66/ A portrait of a Free Syrian Army rebel mounted of his steed in Al-Shatouria village near to the Turkish border in northwestern Syria, on March 16, 2012, a year after a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's regime erupted. AFP PHOTO/GIOGOS Moutafis/AFP/Getty Images

67/ Egyptian Coptic priests gather around the body of Pope Shenuda III, the spiritual leader of the Middle East's largest Christian minority, sitting dressed in formal robes on a wooden throne at the Saint Mark's Coptic Cathedral in Cairo's al-Abbassiya district on March 19, 2012. Pope Shenuda died at the age of 88, after a long battle with illness and based on his wishes he will be buried on March 20, at St. Bishoy monastery in Wadi Natrun in the Nile Delta where he spent his time in exile after a dispute with late president Anwar Sadat.AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images

67/ Egyptian Coptic priests gather around the body of Pope Shenuda III, the spiritual leader of the Middle East's largest Christian minority, sitting dressed in formal robes on a wooden throne at the Saint Mark's Coptic Cathedral in Cairo's al-Abbassiya district on March 19, 2012. Pope Shenuda died at the age of 88, after a long battle with illness and based on his wishes he will be buried on March 20, at St. Bishoy monastery in Wadi Natrun in the Nile Delta where he spent his time in exile after a dispute with late president Anwar Sadat.AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images

68/ Actor and activist George Clooney (2nd L) and his father journalist Nick Clooney (C) are arrested for trespassing upon the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, DC, on March 16, 2012. Clooney and his father were protesting against human rights abuses by the Sudanese government. AFP PHOTO/PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images

68/ Actor and activist George Clooney (2nd L) and his father journalist Nick Clooney (C) are arrested for trespassing upon the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, DC, on March 16, 2012. Clooney and his father were protesting against human rights abuses by the Sudanese government. AFP PHOTO/PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images

69/ upporters of Leader of the Greek conservative party New Democracy Antonis Samaras wave flags during a pre-election speech in Athens on May 3, 2012. Crunch elections in Greece on May 6 may not produce a government with a strong enough mandate to push through yet more austerity cuts to satisfy Athens' international creditors. Sunday's election is expected to see Greek voters, many of them fed up with grinding austerity drives, vote for parties that say they would scrap deals with the EU and IMF. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

69/ upporters of Leader of the Greek conservative party New Democracy Antonis Samaras wave flags during a pre-election speech in Athens on May 3, 2012. Crunch elections in Greece on May 6 may not produce a government with a strong enough mandate to push through yet more austerity cuts to satisfy Athens' international creditors. Sunday's election is expected to see Greek voters, many of them fed up with grinding austerity drives, vote for parties that say they would scrap deals with the EU and IMF. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

70/ Supporters listen to US Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney during a rally at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Marion, Ohio, October 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images

70/ Supporters listen to US Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney during a rally at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Marion, Ohio, October 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images

71/ US President Barack Obama winks as he tells a joke about his place of birth during the White House Correspondents Association Dinner in Washington, DC, April 28, 2012. The annual event, which brings together US President Barack Obama, Hollywood celebrities, news media personalities and Washington correspondents, features comedian Jimmy Kimmel as the host. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

71/ US President Barack Obama winks as he tells a joke about his place of birth during the White House Correspondents Association Dinner in Washington, DC, April 28, 2012. The annual event, which brings together US President Barack Obama, Hollywood celebrities, news media personalities and Washington correspondents, features comedian Jimmy Kimmel as the host. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

72/ Two women kiss in front of people taking part in a demonstration called by the "Alliance VITA" association against gay marriage and adoption by same-sex couples on October 23, 2012 in Marseille, southeastern France. France on October 10 named October 31 as the date when a draft law authorizing gay marriage will be approved by government ministers, amid mounting opposition to the proposed legislation. AFP PHOTO/GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images

72/ Two women kiss in front of people taking part in a demonstration called by the "Alliance VITA" association against gay marriage and adoption by same-sex couples on October 23, 2012 in Marseille, southeastern France. France on October 10 named October 31 as the date when a draft law authorizing gay marriage will be approved by government ministers, amid mounting opposition to the proposed legislation. AFP PHOTO/GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images

73/ Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (C) standing next to Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (2R) smiles from the royal balcony as she looks down on the winning horse in the Derby race on Derby Day, the second day of the Epsom Derby horse racing festival, at Epsom in Surrey, southern England, on June 2, 2012 the first official day of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images

73/ Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (C) standing next to Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (2R) smiles from the royal balcony as she looks down on the winning horse in the Derby race on Derby Day, the second day of the Epsom Derby horse racing festival, at Epsom in Surrey, southern England, on June 2, 2012 the first official day of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images

74/ This photo provided by NASA shows space shuttle Enterprise, mounted atop a NASA 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA), flying near the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on April 27, 2012, in New York. Enterprise was the first shuttle orbiter built for NASA performing test flights in the atmosphere and was incapable of spaceflight. Originally housed at the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Enterprise will be demated from the SCA and placed on a barge that will eventually be moved by tugboat up the Hudson River to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in June. AFP PHOTO/NASA/Robert Markowitz/HO /AFP/Getty Images

74/ This photo provided by NASA shows space shuttle Enterprise, mounted atop a NASA 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA), flying near the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on April 27, 2012, in New York. Enterprise was the first shuttle orbiter built for NASA performing test flights in the atmosphere and was incapable of spaceflight. Originally housed at the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Enterprise will be demated from the SCA and placed on a barge that will eventually be moved by tugboat up the Hudson River to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in June. AFP PHOTO/NASA/Robert Markowitz/HO /AFP/Getty Images

75/ Members of the Al-Baraa bin Malek battalion, part of the Free Syria Army's Al-Fatah brigade, duck to the ground as they pull a man (R) who was shot by a sniper twice in the Bustan al-Basha district of the northern city of Aleppo on October 20, 2012. Due to the risk of being shot by the sniper, no one was able to rescue the man who eventually ran towards rebels, only to be shot by the sniper a second time. Rebels then pulled him and rushed him to a hospital, though it is not known if he survived. Three civilians were shot on this main road in the space of three hours by the same sniper. AFP PHOTO/JAVIER Manzano/AFP/Getty Images

75/ Members of the Al-Baraa bin Malek battalion, part of the Free Syria Army's Al-Fatah brigade, duck to the ground as they pull a man (R) who was shot by a sniper twice in the Bustan al-Basha district of the northern city of Aleppo on October 20, 2012. Due to the risk of being shot by the sniper, no one was able to rescue the man who eventually ran towards rebels, only to be shot by the sniper a second time. Rebels then pulled him and rushed him to a hospital, though it is not known if he survived. Three civilians were shot on this main road in the space of three hours by the same sniper. AFP PHOTO/JAVIER Manzano/AFP/Getty Images

76/ Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak sits inside a cage in a courtroom during his verdict hearing in Cairo on June 2, 2012. A judge sentenced Mubarak to life in prison after convicting him of involvement in the murder of protesters during the uprising that ousted him last year. AFP PHOTO/STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images

76/ Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak sits inside a cage in a courtroom during his verdict hearing in Cairo on June 2, 2012. A judge sentenced Mubarak to life in prison after convicting him of involvement in the murder of protesters during the uprising that ousted him last year. AFP PHOTO/STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images

77/ A demonstrator clashes with riot police during a 24-hour strike in Athens on October 18, 2012. Greek riot police fired tear gas to disperse protesters at an anti-austerity rally in Athens held during a national general strike as EU leaders were to tackle the eurozone crisis at a summit. The protesters had broken through a police line outside luxury hotels on central Syntagma Square and scattered groups of youths later attacked police with stones and firebombs, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

77/ A demonstrator clashes with riot police during a 24-hour strike in Athens on October 18, 2012. Greek riot police fired tear gas to disperse protesters at an anti-austerity rally in Athens held during a national general strike as EU leaders were to tackle the eurozone crisis at a summit. The protesters had broken through a police line outside luxury hotels on central Syntagma Square and scattered groups of youths later attacked police with stones and firebombs, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

78/ Russia's President Vladimir Putin (C) enters Andreyevsky (St.Andrew's ) Hall at the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow’s Kremlin, on May 7, 2012, during his inauguration ceremony. Putin took his oath of office today to become Russia's president for a historic third mandate at a glittering ceremony inside the Kremlin. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images

78/ Russia's President Vladimir Putin (C) enters Andreyevsky (St.Andrew's ) Hall at the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow’s Kremlin, on May 7, 2012, during his inauguration ceremony. Putin took his oath of office today to become Russia's president for a historic third mandate at a glittering ceremony inside the Kremlin. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images

79/ Free Syrian Army fighters take cover as they exchange fire with regime forces in the Salaheddin neighbourhood of Syria's northern city of Aleppo on August 22, 2012. At least 12 people were killed in a raid on a district of Damascus, while fighter jets and artillery pummelled the city of Aleppo and rebels claimed seizing parts of a town on the Iraqi border, a watchdog said. AFP PHOTO / JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN/AFP/Getty Images

79/ Free Syrian Army fighters take cover as they exchange fire with regime forces in the Salaheddin neighbourhood of Syria's northern city of Aleppo on August 22, 2012. At least 12 people were killed in a raid on a district of Damascus, while fighter jets and artillery pummelled the city of Aleppo and rebels claimed seizing parts of a town on the Iraqi border, a watchdog said. AFP PHOTO / JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN/AFP/Getty Images

80/ US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) participate in the second presidential debate, the only held in a town hall format, at the David Mack Center at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, October 16, 2012, moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

80/ US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) participate in the second presidential debate, the only held in a town hall format, at the David Mack Center at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, October 16, 2012, moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

81/ US Army soldiers attached to 2nd platoon, C troop, 1st Squadron (Airborne), 91st U.S Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team operating under NATO sponsored International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) protect a wounded comrade from dust and smoke flares after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast during a patrol near Baraki Barak base in Logar Province on October 13, 2012. The soldier, 21 year-old Private Ryan Thomas from Oklahoma suffered soft tissue damage and after surgery in Afghanistan was scheduled to be evacuated to Germany. After 11 years of war, 2,135 US soldiers dead, their Afghan colleagues turning on them, and widespread predictions the conflict will end in failure, coalition forces could be forgiven for suffering a dip in morale. But commanders and soldiers on the ground insist the challenges are bringing them closer together, even if the outcome of the war is uncertain and the perception of what constitutes success has changed. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

81/ US Army soldiers attached to 2nd platoon, C troop, 1st Squadron (Airborne), 91st U.S Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team operating under NATO sponsored International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) protect a wounded comrade from dust and smoke flares after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast during a patrol near Baraki Barak base in Logar Province on October 13, 2012. The soldier, 21 year-old Private Ryan Thomas from Oklahoma suffered soft tissue damage and after surgery in Afghanistan was scheduled to be evacuated to Germany. After 11 years of war, 2,135 US soldiers dead, their Afghan colleagues turning on them, and widespread predictions the conflict will end in failure, coalition forces could be forgiven for suffering a dip in morale. But commanders and soldiers on the ground insist the challenges are bringing them closer together, even if the outcome of the war is uncertain and the perception of what constitutes success has changed. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Images

82/ Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik raises his fist in a right wing salute on arrival court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced for his twin attacks last year that left 77 people dead, bringing to a close one of the most spectacular trials in Norway's history. Breivik has admitted killing 77 people in the attacks that traumatized Norway and shocked the world, claiming eight victims in an Oslo blast and taking 69 more lives, mostly teenagers', in a shooting frenzy at an island summer camp. AFP PHOTO/ POOL / HEIKO JUNGE/AFP/Getty Images

82/ Self confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik raises his fist in a right wing salute on arrival court room 250 at Oslo central court on August 24, 2012 to be sentenced for his twin attacks last year that left 77 people dead, bringing to a close one of the most spectacular trials in Norway's history. Breivik has admitted killing 77 people in the attacks that traumatized Norway and shocked the world, claiming eight victims in an Oslo blast and taking 69 more lives, mostly teenagers', in a shooting frenzy at an island summer camp. AFP PHOTO/ POOL / HEIKO JUNGE/AFP/Getty Images

83/ Egyptian protesters beat a man who they accused of attacking them in the Abbassiya district in Cairo on May 2, 2012. At least 12 people were killed when attackers stormed an anti-military protest near the defence ministry in Cairo, medics and a security official said. The fate of the man is unknown. AFP PHOTO/KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images

83/ Egyptian protesters beat a man who they accused of attacking them in the Abbassiya district in Cairo on May 2, 2012. At least 12 people were killed when attackers stormed an anti-military protest near the defence ministry in Cairo, medics and a security official said. The fate of the man is unknown. AFP PHOTO/KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images

84/ Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures before voting in Caracas on October 07, 2012. Venezuelans voted Sunday with President Hugo Chavez's 14-year socialist revolution on the line as the leftist leader faced youthful rival Henrique Capriles in his toughest electoral challenge yet. AFP PHOTO/Luis ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images

84/ Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures before voting in Caracas on October 07, 2012. Venezuelans voted Sunday with President Hugo Chavez's 14-year socialist revolution on the line as the leftist leader faced youthful rival Henrique Capriles in his toughest electoral challenge yet. AFP PHOTO/Luis ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images

85/ China's Zheng Tao celebrates breaking the world record after winning the men's 100m backstroke - S6 swimming event during the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Park Aquatics Centre in east London on August 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

85/ China's Zheng Tao celebrates breaking the world record after winning the men's 100m backstroke - S6 swimming event during the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Park Aquatics Centre in east London on August 30, 2012. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

86/ A rebel fighter is brought to the Dar al-Shifa hospital in the northern city of Aleppo to be treated for his wounds on October 1, 2012, as fighting in Syria's second largest city between rebel forces and government troops continues. AFP PHOTO/ZAC BAILLIE/AFP/Getty Images

86/ A rebel fighter is brought to the Dar al-Shifa hospital in the northern city of Aleppo to be treated for his wounds on October 1, 2012, as fighting in Syria's second largest city between rebel forces and government troops continues. AFP PHOTO/ZAC BAILLIE/AFP/Getty Images

87/ A Syrian man holds his robe while walking in the partially destroyed Salaheddin neighborhood of Aleppo, under the control of the Syrian army on September 3, 2012. Syrian troops backed by artillery and warplanes fought rebels on multiple fronts on September 5 as peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi described the death toll as "staggering" and destruction "catastrophic." AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images

87/ A Syrian man holds his robe while walking in the partially destroyed Salaheddin neighborhood of Aleppo, under the control of the Syrian army on September 3, 2012. Syrian troops backed by artillery and warplanes fought rebels on multiple fronts on September 5 as peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi described the death toll as "staggering" and destruction "catastrophic." AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images

88/ An injured rebel fighter is helped away during heavy fighting with Syrian government troops some 50 meters away in Aleppo's northern Izaa quarter on September 27, 2012. Several thousand Syrian rebels launched what they said would be a decisive battle for control of the strategic northern city of Aleppo. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images

88/ An injured rebel fighter is helped away during heavy fighting with Syrian government troops some 50 meters away in Aleppo's northern Izaa quarter on September 27, 2012. Several thousand Syrian rebels launched what they said would be a decisive battle for control of the strategic northern city of Aleppo. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images

89/ Police surround fallen miners after they opened fire during clashes near a platinum mine in Marikana on August 16, 2012. Hundreds of workers armed with machetes, sticks and metal rods had gathered on a hillside near the mine, defying police orders to disperse. Several people were lying on the ground, some bleeding from wounds, after the crowd fled, according to an AFP reporter. AFP PHOTO-/AFP/Getty Images

89/ Police surround fallen miners after they opened fire during clashes near a platinum mine in Marikana on August 16, 2012. Hundreds of workers armed with machetes, sticks and metal rods had gathered on a hillside near the mine, defying police orders to disperse. Several people were lying on the ground, some bleeding from wounds, after the crowd fled, according to an AFP reporter. AFP PHOTO-/AFP/Getty Images

90/ An injured woman lies on the street during a demonstration organized by Spain's "indignant" protesters to decry an economic crisis they say has "kidnapped" democracy, on September 25, 2012 in Madrid. Spanish riot police fired rubber bullets and baton-charged protesters as thousands rallied near parliament in Madrid in anger at the government's handling of the economic crisis. AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images

90/ An injured woman lies on the street during a demonstration organized by Spain's "indignant" protesters to decry an economic crisis they say has "kidnapped" democracy, on September 25, 2012 in Madrid. Spanish riot police fired rubber bullets and baton-charged protesters as thousands rallied near parliament in Madrid in anger at the government's handling of the economic crisis. AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images

91/ A French soldier stands on a rooftop of an Afghan National Police (ANP) combat post on September 24, 2012, in a village on the road to Naghlu the French army base. Beds are used by the policemen to sleep outside due to the heat. France is the fifth largest contributor to NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), which is due to pull out the vast majority of its 130,000 troops by the end of 2014. AFP PHOTO / JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images

91/ A French soldier stands on a rooftop of an Afghan National Police (ANP) combat post on September 24, 2012, in a village on the road to Naghlu the French army base. Beds are used by the policemen to sleep outside due to the heat. France is the fifth largest contributor to NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), which is due to pull out the vast majority of its 130,000 troops by the end of 2014. AFP PHOTO / JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images

92/ People gather on a hill in Marikana on August 23, 2012 after attending a memorial service for the 44 people killed in a wildcat strike at Lonmin's Marikana mine. Lonmin and nearby Impala Platinum closed for the day as workers prepared for memorials, including the main national service at Marikana where police gunned down 34 miners a week ago after deadly clashes had already claimed 10 people. The service at Lonmin will be the focal point during a day of mourning that will stretch across the country, as many of the victims were migrant workers whose bodies have already returned to their home villages. AFP PHOTO / STR-/AFP/Getty Images

92/ People gather on a hill in Marikana on August 23, 2012 after attending a memorial service for the 44 people killed in a wildcat strike at Lonmin's Marikana mine. Lonmin and nearby Impala Platinum closed for the day as workers prepared for memorials, including the main national service at Marikana where police gunned down 34 miners a week ago after deadly clashes had already claimed 10 people. The service at Lonmin will be the focal point during a day of mourning that will stretch across the country, as many of the victims were migrant workers whose bodies have already returned to their home villages. AFP PHOTO / STR-/AFP/Getty Images

93/ A policeman secures the area before proceeding to pick up a child crack addict sleeping on the sidewalk at the entrance of the Jacare shantytown during an operation to clean the streets of crack addicts, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 12, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Christophe SIMON/AFP/Getty Images

93/ A policeman secures the area before proceeding to pick up a child crack addict sleeping on the sidewalk at the entrance of the Jacare shantytown during an operation to clean the streets of crack addicts, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 12, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Christophe SIMON/AFP/Getty Images

94/ US President Barack Obama eats a french fry while meeting with supporters about voter registration at OMG Burgers on September 20, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Obama is traveling to Florida for the day to participate in a taping for Univision in Miami before attending a campaign event in Tampa. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

94/ US President Barack Obama eats a french fry while meeting with supporters about voter registration at OMG Burgers on September 20, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Obama is traveling to Florida for the day to participate in a taping for Univision in Miami before attending a campaign event in Tampa. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

95/ A Syrian boy who was injured when a shell, released by regime forces, hit his house on August 24, 2012, waits to be treated at a hospital in Syria's northern city of Aleppo. Syrian forces blitzed areas in and around the Aleppo , activists said, as Western powers sought to tighten the screws on embattled President Bashar al-Assad. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

95/ A Syrian boy who was injured when a shell, released by regime forces, hit his house on August 24, 2012, waits to be treated at a hospital in Syria's northern city of Aleppo. Syrian forces blitzed areas in and around the Aleppo , activists said, as Western powers sought to tighten the screws on embattled President Bashar al-Assad. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

96/ A woman reacts as she holds her daughter during an air strike by Syrian air force near her house in the Ahad neighborhood of Aleppo on September 13, 2012. Syrian fighter jets and tanks pounded the northern city of Aleppo, an AFP journalist said, as witnesses reported rebels advancing into the key contested central Midan district. AFP PHOTO/SAM TARLING/AFP/Getty Images

96/ A woman reacts as she holds her daughter during an air strike by Syrian air force near her house in the Ahad neighborhood of Aleppo on September 13, 2012. Syrian fighter jets and tanks pounded the northern city of Aleppo, an AFP journalist said, as witnesses reported rebels advancing into the key contested central Midan district. AFP PHOTO/SAM TARLING/AFP/Getty Images

97/ This picture taken on August 28, 2012, shows police trying to help remove a car surrounded by water after its owner parked it on the bank to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao, in northeast China's Shandong province. Typhoon Bolaven -- the strongest storm to hit South Korea for almost a decade -- left a trail of death and damage in southwestern and south-central regions of the Korean peninsula on August 28, and crossed into China early on August 29. AFP PHOTOSTR/AFP/Getty Images

97/ This picture taken on August 28, 2012, shows police trying to help remove a car surrounded by water after its owner parked it on the bank to watch waves brought on by Typhoon Bolaven in Qingdao, in northeast China's Shandong province. Typhoon Bolaven -- the strongest storm to hit South Korea for almost a decade -- left a trail of death and damage in southwestern and south-central regions of the Korean peninsula on August 28, and crossed into China early on August 29. AFP PHOTOSTR/AFP/Getty Images

98/ Britain's Prince William's wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge adjusts her scarf outside a mosque at KLCC in Kuala Lumpur on September 14, 2012, on the second leg of a nine-day Southeast Asian and Pacific tour marking Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. AFP PHOTO / Saeed KHAN/AFP/Getty Images

98/ Britain's Prince William's wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge adjusts her scarf outside a mosque at KLCC in Kuala Lumpur on September 14, 2012, on the second leg of a nine-day Southeast Asian and Pacific tour marking Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. AFP PHOTO / Saeed KHAN/AFP/Getty Images

99/ US President Barack Obama is picked up by Scott Van Duzer, owner of Big Apple Pizza and Pasta Italian Restaurant during a visit to the restaurant in Fort Pierce, Florida, September 9, 2012, during the second day of a 2-day bus tour across Florida. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

99/ US President Barack Obama is picked up by Scott Van Duzer, owner of Big Apple Pizza and Pasta Italian Restaurant during a visit to the restaurant in Fort Pierce, Florida, September 9, 2012, during the second day of a 2-day bus tour across Florida. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

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