IN PICS: News of the world, Aug 17

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The tourist train stops by a hotel on August 17 in Santa Susanna, Spain. Feeling the pinch from the credit crunch many British tourists to the Costa Brava are spending less time in local bars and restaurants after opting for all inclusive or half board packages rather than self catering holidays and taking the cheaper travel option of coach to their destinations, as a result of high fuel surcharges for flights. (Getty Images)
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A Georgian man sits near where a Russian bomb devastated a Georgian apartment complex during fighting August 17 in Gori, Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced a troop pullout of northern Georgia would begin August 18. (Getty Images)
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English tourists wait at Malaga airport as flights are delayed following a bomb explosion on a beach in Malaga on August 17 in southern Spain. Two other bomb warnings were allegedly made by separatist group ETA, one at Benalmadena marina, near Malaga, the other along the motorway linking Malaga to Torremolinos, both also on the southern Spanish coast. (Getty Images)
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US Democratic presidential candidate Illinois Senator Barack Obama addresses a town hall meeting at Earl Wooster High School in Reno, Nevada, on August 17. (Getty Images)
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Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks as she campaigns for Sen. Barack Obama before a near capacity crowd in the gymnasium at Northern New Mexico Community College August 17 in Espanola, New Mexico. Clinton encouraged her own supporters to now turn their hard working efforts towards Obama's race for the Presidency. (Getty Images)
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A worker separates wet sheets of handmade paper from a mould of bamboo pulp at a paper workshop in the village of Tianwan on August 17 in Pengshui Tujia and Miao Autonomous County of Chongqing Municipality, China. All the 18 households in the village keep the ancient method of papermaking; involving cutting bamboos, immersion, fermentation, grinding, filtration, drying and other procedures. The paper is mainly used for packaging of local farm products. (Getty Images)
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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gestures as he chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in his offices on August 17, Jerusalem, Israel. The cabinet passed the proposal that will see some 200 imprisoned Palestinians freed as a 'gesture of goodwill' to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. (Getty Images)
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The Earth's shadow falls on the Moon during an eclipse on August 16 in Baghdad, Iraq. (Getty Images)