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Jockeys race their horses through a puddle during the traditional horse and trotter race meeting in Duhnen on the German North Sea coast near Cuxhaven July 19, 2009. About 30,000 spectators were on hand to watch the annual event that begins as the ebbing tide exposes the mud flats on which the races are run. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY SPORT HORSE RACING IMAGES OF THE DAY)
A woman walks past electronic boards showing various currencies' exchange rates including between the Japanese Yen against the Euro (top L) outside a brokerage in Tokyo July 13, 2015. The euro steadied on Monday after an early slip while Asian shares swung higher as European leaders pressed on with talks for a Greek deal and Chinese trade data beat forecasts in a promising sign for global demand. REUTERS/Issei Kato - RTX1K5DE
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Professor Stephen Baenziger holds a stalk of wheat at the greenhouse of the wheat breeding program at the Nebraska university in Lincoln, Nebraska, May 5, 2008. The new U.N. food envoy sought a special meeting of the U.N. Human Rights Council this month to address a global food crisis he said was a "massive violation" of human rights. Protests, strikes and riots have erupted in developing countries around the world after dramatic rises in the prices of wheat, rice, corn, oils and other essential foods that have made it difficult for poor people to make ends meet.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria  (UNITED STATES)
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