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£ÓD STRA¯ MIEJSKA SEGWAYE

£ódŸ, 05.08.2008. Dwa segwaye testuje ³ódzka Stra¿ Miejska. Jeœli pojazdy siê sprawdz¹, funkcjonariusze bêd¹ na nich pilnowaæ porz¹dku na ulicy Piotrkowskiej i w parkach. (gm/cat) PAP/Grzegorz Micha³owski
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080817-N-7955L-141 BETANIA, Nicaragua (Aug. 17, 2008) Senior Airman Alexandra Olson, embarked aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3), teaches children how to properly brush their teeth at the Betania medical clinic during a Continuing Promise 2008 medical humanitarian project. Kearsarge is deployed supporting the Caribbean phase of Continuing Promise 2008, an equal-partnership mission involving the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, Brazil, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Christopher Lange/Released)
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MUWAQQAR, JORDAN - AUGUST 21: Jordanian policewomen train in unarmed combat in the training city in Muwaqqar, east of Amman, Jordan August 21, 2008. A women's police academy opened in Amman in 1972 making Jordan the first Arab country to admit women to its police services. Jordanian policewomen work as personalities' guards, special security operations and traffic policewomen including motorcycling among other professions. (Photo by Salah Malkawi/Getty Images)
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MUWAQQAR, JORDAN - AUGUST 21: Jordanian policewomen train in unarmed combat in the training city August 21, 2008 in Muwaqqar, east of Amman, Jordan. A women's police academy opened in Amman in 1972 making Jordan the first Arab country to admit women to its police services. Jordanian policewomen work as personalities' guards, special security operations and traffic policewomen including motorcycling among other professions. (Photo by Salah Malkawi/Getty Images)
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MUWAQQAR, JORDAN - AUGUST 21: Jordanian policewomen train in unarmed combat in the training city August 21, 2008 in Muwaqqar, east of Amman, Jordan. A women's police academy opened in Amman in 1972 making Jordan the first Arab country to admit women to its police services. Jordanian policewomen work as personalities' guards, special security operations and traffic policewomen including motorcycling among other professions. (Photo by Salah Malkawi/Getty Images)
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MUWAQQAR, JORDAN - AUGUST 21: Jordanian policewomen train in unarmed combat in the training city August 21, 2008 in Muwaqqar, east of Amman, Jordan. A women's police academy opened in Amman in 1972 making Jordan the first Arab country to admit women to its police services. Jordanian policewomen work as personalities' guards, special security operations and traffic policewomen including motorcycling among other professions. (Photo by Salah Malkawi/Getty Images)
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MUWAQQAR, JORDAN - AUGUST 21: Jordanian policewomen train in unarmed combat in the training city August 21, 2008 in Muwaqqar, east of Amman, Jordan. A women's police academy opened in Amman in 1972 making Jordan the first Arab country to admit women to its police services. Jordanian policewomen work as personalities' guards, special security operations and traffic policewomen including motorcycling among other professions. (Photo by Salah Malkawi/Getty Images)
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A handout photo obtained on August 8, 2008 shows a customs officers unpacking cans thought to contain MDMA - ecstasy. Australian police said on Friday they had seized the world's largest ecstasy haul during a series of raids on drug barons across four states and in Europe in which 16 people were arrested. Australian Federal Police said they seized 4.4 tonnes, or 15 million pills, of the banned amphetamine stimulant that were hidden in tins of tomatoes and imported from Italy into the southern city of Melbourne in June last year. REUTERS/Australian Customs/Handout (AUSTRALIA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
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CORRECTING SPELLING OF TOWN Jordanian policewomen take part in a training session at an academy in al-Muwaqar, some 70 kms south of Amman, on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officer from all over Jordan. New members of the Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghani police are also trained at the academy. AFP PHOTO/AWAD AWAD (Photo credit should read AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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CORRECTING SPELLING OF TOWN Jordanian police women are put through their paces at a training academy in the town of al-Muwaqar, some 70 kms south of Amman, on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officer from all over Jordan. New members of the Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghani police are also trained at the academy. AFP PHOTO/AWAD AWAD (Photo credit should read AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)
CS_082808_06///A police medical staff checks the blood pressure of Deputy Director General Jesus Versoza who was named the next Philippine National Police chief, during a police medical outreach after a 12-mile torch run for police reform in Zamboanga City. PHOTO BY CHARLIE SACEDA

CS_082808_06///A police medical staff checks the blood pressure of Deputy Director General Jesus Versoza who was named the next Philippine National Police chief, during a police medical outreach after a 12-mile torch run for police reform in Zamboanga City. PHOTO BY CHARLIE SACEDA

CS_082808_06///A police medical staff checks the blood pressure of Deputy Director General Jesus Versoza who was named the next Philippine National Police chief, during a police medical outreach after a 12-mile torch run for police reform in Zamboanga City. PHOTO BY CHARLIE SACEDA
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Dingo promotes pet adoption to deployed troops

Dingo promotes pet adoption to deployed troops

U.S. Army Pfc. Jennifer Myrick, from Acworth, Ga., pets Dingo the dog at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar, Aug 2. The world-traveling canine is becoming an icon for pet care and adoption. “Dingo is amazing,” said Myrick. “Animals are a big part of my life. I have a dog and four cats; all are adopted. I miss my pets more than anything. You can talk to your family on the phone but not your pets.” (Official Army Photo by Dustin Senger)
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Jordanian policewomen are put through their paces at an academy in the town of al-Muwaqr, some 70 kilometres, from Amman on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officers from all over Jordan. The Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghanistan police are also trained here. AFP PHOTO/AWAD AWAD (Photo credit should read AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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Jordanian police women are put through their paces at a training academy in the town of al-Muwaqr, some 70 kilometres, from Amman on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officers from all over Jordan. The Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghanistan police are also trained here. AFP PHOTO/AWAD AWAD (Photo credit should read AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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Jordanian policewomen are put through their paces at an academy in the town of al-Muwaqr, some 70 kilometres, from Amman on August 21, 2008. The academy was recently established and trains both female and male police officers from all over Jordan. The Iraqi, Palestinian and Afghanistan police are also trained here. AFP PHOTO/AWAD AWAD (Photo credit should read AWAD AWAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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