IN PICS: News of the World July 28

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Louis Gallois, CEO of EADS, poses on board at the Airbus A380 in Hamburg, Germany. The world's largest passenger liner, built by the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, is delivered to Emirates Airline. (Getty Images)
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CA mother is overcome with grief as she watches while police investigate the scene of her son's murder in Chicago, Illinois. Her son was one of two men shot and killed after someone opened fire from another vehicle as they were driving down a residential street. Murders in Chicago are up 13 percent from last year. At least six were killed this past weekend. Illinois Governor Rod Balgojevich recently offered to send the National Guard and State Police to the city to help control crime. (Getty Images)
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People attend the funeral ceremony of victims of the bomb blasts in Istanbul, Turkey. The death toll in two bomb blasts in a crowded square rose to 17 on Monday in an attack that sharply increased security tensions in the area. This comes as Turkey's top court began deliberating on whether to ban the governing party. It was suggested by Turkish officials that Kurdish militants were a prime suspect in the bombings. (Getty Images)
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The Grand Pier burns at Weston-super-Mare in western England. Firefighters tackled the huge fire that engulfed the historic landmark in the seaside resort in Somerset. (Getty Images)
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US President George W. Bush and Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani speak to the media at the South Lawn after an Oval Office meeting at the White House in Washington, DC. This was the first visit of Gilani to Washington since he took office. (Getty Images)
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A pilgrim, breaking his journey to perform noon prayers, is frisked by security while entering the 14th of Ramadan Mosque located at Firdous Square, the site where the statue of executed Iraqi president Saddam Hussein was torn down during the 2003 US-led invasion, as he makes his way towards the Imam Musa al-Kadhim Shrine in northern Baghdad to mourn the revered imam who died 12 centuries ago. (Getty Images)
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Sudanese women shout slogans during a demonstration organised by members of the main ruling National Congress Party in support of President Omar al-Beshir in Khartoum. South African President Thabo Mbeki has said that Beshir must not be prosecuted for war crimes, for fear of upsetting the peace process in Darfur. Earlier this month, International Criminal Court chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo pressed for Beshir's arrest for masterminding murder, torture, pillaging and the use of rape to commit genocide against civilians in Darfur. (Getty Images)
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Employees of Germany's Deutsche Lufthansa AG are on an unlimited strike at Frankfurt airport in Germany. Thousands of Lufthansa workers are on strike to raise the pressure against their management and to fight for higher payments. (Getty Images)
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A member of staff prepares to feed a newborn Giant panda cub inside an incubator in the breeding room of the Panda Breeding Research Base at Chengdu in Sichuan province, southwest China. Four Giant panda cubs, including a pair of female twins, were born within 14 hours in separate births at the panda breeding base. The event was considered a rarity in panda breeding. (Getty Images)
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Russian Viktor Bout arrives at Bangkok Supreme Court in Thailand. A Thai court postponed his extradition hearing, for a second time, after his attorney failed to turn up. The hearing is to extradite Bout to the US to face terrorism charges in connection to alleged arms smuggling. (Getty Images)