News of the world Oct 4

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Protesters attend a demonstration against the official festivities for the 18th anniversary of the re-union of Germany on Oct. 3 in Hamburg, Germany. Nearly 750 protesters took part in this demonstration. (Getty Images)
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US Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) attends at a bipartisan press conference with Roy Blunt (R-MO) on Oct. 3 in Washington DC. The House of Representatives voted on a revised version of the financial rescue package that had failed to pass the previous week. (Getty Images)
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A flag waves outside of a Wells Fargo bank branch Oct. 3 in San Francisco, California. Four days after Citigroup had announced that it was buying Wachovia Bank for $2.2 billion, San Francisco-based Wells Fargo claimed that they were now purchasing the competitor for an estimated $15.1 billion in stock. (Getty Images)
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Traders pause to watch the House vote on television on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Oct. 03 in New York City. The US House of Representatives approved a $700 billion bailout of the US financial system. (Getty Images)
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Kashmiri rock throwing protesters attack Indian paramilitary as tensions on the streets erupt in to clashes after Friday prayers on Oct. 3 in Srinagar, Kashmir in India. Kashmiri people have been protesting against Indian rule claiming that they are alienated from the Indian state and want a platform for autonomy. The region is planning a major protest on Oct. 6. The street battles come on the third day of Eid Al-Fitr. (Getty Images)
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Workmen make final preparations to lift the new 5 million-British pound footbridge into place between junction 4 and 5 on the M8 motorway on Oct. 3 in Harthill, Scotland. Scotland's busiest motorway will be closed tonight while the largest crane in Britain will be used to install the new footbridge. (Getty Images)
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The soon to be decommissioned Queen Elizabeth II liner docks in front of the Liver building on the River Mersey during her final farewell voyage on Oct. 3 in Liverpool, England. The QE2 was bought by investment group Dubai World for $100 million and will arrive at the emirate port on Nov. 28 to be turned into a luxury floating hotel. (Getty Images)
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OJ Simpson arrives to court before being found guilty on all 12 charges, including felony kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy at the Clark County Regional Justice Center on Oct. 3 in Las Vegas. Simpson and co-defendant Clarence 'CJ' Stewart were found guilty on all charges after standing trial for crimes including felony kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy related to a 2007 confrontation with sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel. The verdict comes 13 years to the day after Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. (Getty Images)
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Culture & Society
News of the world Oct 5

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Violence after Indian rule protest

Violence after Indian rule protest

05 Oct 2008
Politics & Economics