A worker walks along a rail that was damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Hoboken, N.J. While parts of the trans-Hudson service have gradually resumed operation since the storm, the Hoboken station has been closed, leaving thousands of commuters to seek alternatives.
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Members of an honor guard leave the mausoleum of Yasser Arafat after a team of investigators exhumed and reburied the body of the former Palestinian leader in order to determine whether he was murdered by radiation poisoning.
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Staff from the Clinico San Carlos hospital block traffic during a protest against cuts in the national health service in Madrid.
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A man buys powerball tickets at the U-Stop store in Lincoln, Neb., where the biggest Powerball pot on record, $365 million, was won in 2006. The jackpot is now at $500 million.
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Inmates perform during a rehearsal in Bucharest, Romania, preparing for the Multi Art Penitentiary Theatre Festival.
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Sen. John McCain speaks in Washington following a meeting with UN Ambassador Susan Rice to discuss statements she made about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya that left the ambassador and three other Americans dead.
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Ball State University alumnus David Letterman interviews Oprah Winfrey at the university in Muncie, Ind.
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AIDS activists protest inside House Speaker Boehner's Office on Capitol Hill. The protestors stripped naked inside the office until they were ordered to leave by police.
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Nepalese visually impaired cricket players exercise during a practice session for the first ever Twenty20 Blind Cricket World Cup in Nepal.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II rides in a carriage to Windsor Castle as she guides the Emir of Kuwait through his visit to the United Kingdom.
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Egyptians chant slogans during a demonstration in Cairo, Egypt. More than 200,000 people flocked to Tahrir square protesting against Egypt's Islamist president.