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May 26, 2013

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The coffins of Serbian King Petar II Karadjordjevic and his wife Queen Aleksandra, his mother Queen Maria and brother Prince Andrej inside the St. George's Church on Oplenac Hill during their funeral in Topola, some 71km (44 miles) south of Belgrade, Serbia. Hundreds of mourners gathered for the reburial of Serbian royals, decades after their deaths in exile.
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The coffins of Serbian King Petar II Karadjordjevic and his wife Queen Aleksandra, his mother Queen Maria and brother Prince Andrej inside the St. George's Church on Oplenac Hill during their funeral in Topola, some 71km (44 miles) south of Belgrade, Serbia. Hundreds of mourners gathered for the reburial of Serbian royals, decades after their deaths in exile.

Two Lebanese Sunni gunmen fire a weapon in Bab Al Tabbaneh, a Sunni district, in the northern Lebanese town of Tripoli. Fighting in Tripoli between Sunni Muslims and the small Alawite community has claimed the lives of at least 25 people in eight days.
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Two Lebanese Sunni gunmen fire a weapon in Bab Al Tabbaneh, a Sunni district, in the northern Lebanese town of Tripoli. Fighting in Tripoli between Sunni Muslims and the small Alawite community has claimed the lives of at least 25 people in eight days.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) shakes hands with Israeli President Shimon Peres (L) and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the World Economic Forum at the King Hussein Convention Center, at the Dead Sea, Jordan.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) shakes hands with Israeli President Shimon Peres (L) and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the World Economic Forum at the King Hussein Convention Center, at the Dead Sea, Jordan.

People gather at the Grand Place in Mons, Belgium, during the Ducasse (Doudou). The Ducasse is a popular medieval festival that holds every year on Trinity Sunday and depicts the fight between Saint George, representing the good, and the dragon, the evil. Spectators are taking part by trying to catch the mane from the tail of the dragon which is believed to give luck for one year.
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People gather at the Grand Place in Mons, Belgium, during the Ducasse (Doudou). The Ducasse is a popular medieval festival that holds every year on Trinity Sunday and depicts the fight between Saint George, representing the good, and the dragon, the evil. Spectators are taking part by trying to catch the mane from the tail of the dragon which is believed to give luck for one year.

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