IN PICS: News of the world, Aug 18

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People stand at the end of a pier during a lull in Tropical Storm Fay Aug. 18 in Key West, Florida. The storm was projected to hit the keys after causing damage and claiming lives in Haiti and Cuba. (Getty Images)
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Spanish matador Morante de la Puebla fights his second Jandilla fighting bull during the second corrida of the Aste Nagusia festivities, on August 18, 2008, at the Vista Alegre bullring in Bilbao, northern Spain. (Getty Images)
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An earthquake survivor carries a paper villa used as an offering to his relatives who died in the Sichuan earthquake on August 18, 2008 in Beichuan County of Sichuan Province, China. Activities were held to mark the 100 days since the May 12 earthquake which killed more than 69,000 people. (Getty Images)
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Members of the Fire Rescue Task Force conduct a training rescue mission at Showajima on August 19, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. The Hyper Rescue Forces were formed as a lesson of the Great Hanshin Earthquake in 1995 to respond quickly to natural disasters and a possible epicentral earthquake in Tokyo. (Getty Images)
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A boat passes in front of the Trump International Hotel & Tower along the Chicago River in the business district Aug. 18 in Chicago, Illinois. The 92-story hotel and condominium development currently under construction was topped off with the last of 180,000 cubic yards of concrete on Saturday making it the second tallest building in Chicago next to the Sears Tower. When completed in 2009, with spire, it is expected to be the second tallest building in the United States. (Getty Images)
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Emergency services work at the scene of a collision involving a double decker coach on Aug. 18, 2008 in Alton, Staffordshire, England. Latest reports indicate that one man has died, 44 people were injured and some passengers are still trapped in the coach. (Getty Images)
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SEA Paddle NYC participants paddle standup paddleboards up the East River Aug. 18 in New York City. The paddlers will follow a 28 mile course around Manhattan in an event to raise money for various charities. (Getty Images)
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Wheat grows in a field near Radstock on Aug. 18 in Somerset, England. Many farmers in the UK are reporting difficulties in harvesting their crops, due to the continued wet weather and with more rain forecast for the coming weeks, the harvest may be delayed still further. (Getty Images)
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This undated BHP Billiton handout photo received on Aug. 18 shows BHP Billiton's bulk iron ore loading operation at Port Hedland in Western Australia. BHP Billiton Ltd, the world's biggest mining company, is set to deliver a record annual profit in excess of $15 billion, underpinned by a strong result from its petroleum division. (Getty Images)
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