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  1. Canada shooting

    Flowers are attached to fences around the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Thursday, the day after a soldier was shot and killed there. (Matthew Usherwood/QMI Agency/Zuma Press/MCT)
  2. Mexico missing

    A masked protester holds up a red flag identifying himself as part of a Pancho Villa Brigade in Iguala, Mexico, on Oct. 22. The protesters demanded the return of 43 missing students taken by police nearly a month ago. (Tim Johnson/McClatchy/MCT)
  3. Hello Kitty

    Janet Hsu, president and COO of Sanrio talks with media during a tour of "Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty", at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. (Ed Crisostomo/Orange County Register/MCT)
  4. Lead poisoning

    James Maddox, who made $9 an hour working at Bluegrass Indoor Range in Louisville, Ky., experienced the effects of lead poisoning just six months into the job. "It just feels like someone unplugged me from the wall and I just lost all my power." His doctor warned him that his organs could start shutting down. (Marcus Yam/Seattle Times/MCT)
  5. Geothermal power

    Steam rises from several geothermal electiric generating plants on the southeast shore of the Salton Sea near Calipatria, Calif. (Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
  6. Tallest Cow

    Blosom, a 13-year-old Holstein from Orangeville, Ill., has been declared the world's tallest cow by the Guinness Book of World Records. The cow stands at 6 feet 4 inches. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
  7. Video gamers

    Austin Stadler, center, of Robert Morris University's varsity video gaming team, practices in Chicago on Monday, in advance of their first competition. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

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