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Week in Pictures: July 23 - 29, 2011

Famine in Africa, Amy Winehouse, the debt ceiling, and more in the week in pictures.

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July 23: A woman holds her child at a ocal hospital where children receive treatment for malnutrition at the border town of Dadaab, Kenya. The drought in the Horn of Africa and the famine in Somalia has left more than two million children at risk of star
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July 23: A woman holds her child at a ocal hospital where children receive treatment for malnutrition at the border town of Dadaab, Kenya. The drought in the Horn of Africa and the famine in Somalia has left more than two million children at risk of star

July 28: Vehicles are submerged in floodwater after heavy rain in Seoul, South Korea. Thousands of rescuers used heavy machinery and shovels Thursday to clear mud and search for survivors after huge landslides and flooding killed more than 40 people. (AP
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July 28: Vehicles are submerged in floodwater after heavy rain in Seoul, South Korea. Thousands of rescuers used heavy machinery and shovels Thursday to clear mud and search for survivors after huge landslides and flooding killed more than 40 people. (AP

July 27: A reporter leans over the edge of the catwalk during the media preview for the "EdgeWalk" on the CN Tower in Toronto. Participants are strapped in to a harness that is attached to a guard rail while walking around the catwalk on the structure 356
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July 27: A reporter leans over the edge of the catwalk during the media preview for the "EdgeWalk" on the CN Tower in Toronto. Participants are strapped in to a harness that is attached to a guard rail while walking around the catwalk on the structure 356

July 25: President Obama speaks in a prime-time address to the nation from the White House, as polarized lawmakers failed to rally behind a plan to avert a disastrous debt default. Obama said on Monday a temporary six-month extension of debt ceiling does
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July 25: President Obama speaks in a prime-time address to the nation from the White House, as polarized lawmakers failed to rally behind a plan to avert a disastrous debt default. Obama said on Monday a temporary six-month extension of debt ceiling does

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