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Latest World's 2010 Pictures
A homeless child holds a candle during a street Christmas celebration at Dom Pedro Park in downtown Sao Paulo December 24, 2010.
U.S. soldiers hold candles during a mass at Camp Phoenix on Christmas eve in Kabul December 24, 2010.
Women view a display at an international gold and jewellery fair in Tehran December 24, 2010.
A Israeli soldier runs towards Palestinian demonstrators (not seen) protesting against the controversial Israeli barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin near Ramallah December 24, 2010.
Tourists look at ice sculptures during a light testing prior to the Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China, December 25, 2010.
A man pulls his trishaw loaded with used polystyrene during a foggy day on a busy street in New Delhi December 26, 2010.
A Southern Sudanese orphan lies on a bed along the corridor of The Orphanage Home of Juba, in the southern capital Juba December 24, 2010. The Orphanage Home of Juba was built in the 1960's during the first civil war in Sudan.
Members of Al-Qassam brigades, the armed wing of the Hamas movement, take part in a news conference in Gaza City December 25, 2010. The militants showed statistics of their military activities against Israel. The words in the background read, "News Conference for Al-Qassam Brigades".
Pope Benedict XVI delivers Urbi et Orbi (to the city and the world) Christmas Day message from the central balcony of Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican December 25, 2010.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson (89) celebrates his touchdown catch against the San Diego Chargers during the first half of play in their NFL game in Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, December 26, 2010.
A southern Sudanese shepherd holds a stick as herd of bulls walk in a street in Juba, Sudan, December 26, 2010.