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Afghan National Army soldiers secure the gate of a military hospital after Arsala Rahmani, a former Taliban official turned Afghan peace negotiator, was killed in Kabul.  (Photo by Rahmat Gul / AP)
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A sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley is displayed on the edge of a building in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Brazilian media have been calling Gormley’s sculptures “suicide statues.”  (Photo by Andre Penner / AP)
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