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  •  - Afghanistan's Foreign Minister Rassoul shakes hands with his Pakistani counterpart Rabbani Khar before a Heart of Asia conference in Kabul

    Afghanistan's Foreign Minister Rassoul shakes hands with his Pakistani counterpart Rabbani Khar before a Heart of Asia conference in Kabul

    Posted: 6/14/2012 9:48:43 AM EST
    Afghanistan's Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul (L) shakes hands with his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar before a Heart of Asia conference in Kabul June 14, 2012. Pakistan on Thursday called again for an apology for a NATO cross-border strike that killed two dozen of its soldiers last year before it considers reopening supply routes to foreign troops in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - A Buddhist prays at Jogye temple in Seoul

    A Buddhist prays at Jogye temple in Seoul

    Posted: 5/15/2012 1:04:53 AM EST
    A Buddhist prays at Jogye temple in Seoul May 15, 2012. Six leaders from South Korea's biggest Buddhist order, the Jogye, have quit after secret video footage showed some supposedly serene monks raising hell, playing high-stakes poker, drinking and smoking. The scandal erupted just days before Koreans observe a national holiday to celebrate the birth of Buddha, the holiest day of the religion's calendar. Ja Seung, the head of the Jogye order, which has some 10 million followers, or about a fifth of the population, made a public apology on May 11, 2012, vowing "self-repentance". Ja Seung began bowing 108 times at the temple every day from Tuesday and will continue to do so for 100 days as he tries to expiate the sins of the monks involved in the scandal. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
  •  - Ja Seung and other Buddhist priests begin bowing as they try to expiate sins of monks involved in a recent scandal in Seoul

    Ja Seung and other Buddhist priests begin bowing as they try to expiate sins of monks involved in a recent scandal in Seoul

    Posted: 5/15/2012 1:02:30 AM EST
    Ja Seung (R), the head of the Jogye order of Korean Buddhism, and other Buddhist priests begin bowing 108 times as they try to expiate the sins of other monks involved in a recent scandal, at Jogye temple in Seoul May 15, 2012. Six leaders from South Korea's biggest Buddhist order have quit after secret video footage showed some supposedly serene monks raising hell, playing high-stakes poker, drinking and smoking. The scandal erupted just days before Koreans observe a national holiday to celebrate the birth of Buddha, the holiest day of the religion's calendar. The head of the Jogye order, which has some 10 million followers, or about a fifth of the population, made a public apology on May 11, 2012, vowing "self-repentance". Ja Seung said he will bow one 109 times every day from Tuesday for 100 days. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
  •  - A Buddhist prays at Jogye temple in Seoul

    A Buddhist prays at Jogye temple in Seoul

    Posted: 5/15/2012 12:58:20 AM EST
    A Buddhist prays at a Jogye temple in Seoul May 15, 2012. Six leaders from South Korea's biggest Buddhist order, the Jogye, have quit after secret video footage showed some supposedly serene monks raising hell, playing high-stakes poker, drinking and smoking. The scandal erupted just days before Koreans observe a national holiday to celebrate the birth of Buddha, the holiest day of the religion's calendar. Ja Seung, the head of the Jogye order, which has some 10 million followers, or about a fifth of the population, made a public apology on May 11, 2012, vowing "self-repentance". Ja Seung began bowing 108 times at the temple every day from Tuesday and will continue to do so for 100 days as he tries to expiate the sins of the monks involved in the scandal. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/24/2012 5:00:50 AM EST
    Genoa's Marco Rossi holds his face as the Serie A soccer match between Genoa and Siena was suspended at Genoa's Luigi Ferraris stadium, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 2012. Genoa players stripped off their shirts in a gesture of apology to angry, flare-throwing fans on Sunday as their protests forced a 45-minute suspension of the team's 4-1 loss to Siena in Serie A. Genoa is in danger of being relegated and the gesture was an apparent way for the players to acknowledge they were not worthy of wearing the club's shirt. (AP Photo/Francesco Pecoraro, Lapresse)
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    Posted: 4/24/2012 5:00:49 AM EST
    Genoa team's shirts lie on the pitch during the Serie A soccer match between Genoa and Siena at Genoa's Luigi Ferraris stadium, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 2012. Genoa players stripped off their shirts in a gesture of apology to angry, flare-throwing fans on Sunday as their protests forced a 45-minute suspension of the team's 4-1 loss to Siena in Serie A. Genoa is in danger of being relegated and the gesture was an apparent way for the players to acknowledge they were not worthy of wearing the club's shirt. (AP Photo/Francesco Pecoraro, Lapresse)
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    Posted: 4/24/2012 5:00:49 AM EST
    Genoa's Marco Rossi, center foreground, second from right, talks to supporters during the Serie A soccer match between Genoa and Siena, at the Genoa Luigi Ferraris stadium, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 2012. Genoa players stripped off their shirts in a gesture of apology to angry, flare-throwing fans on Sunday as their protests forced a 45-minute suspension of the team's 4-1 loss to Siena in Serie A. Genoa is in danger of being relegated and the gesture was an apparent way for the players to acknowledge they were not worthy of wearing the club's shirt. (AP Photo/Francesco Pecoraro)
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    Posted: 4/24/2012 5:00:49 AM EST
    Genoa's Giuseppe Sculli talks to supporters during the Serie A soccer match between Genoa and Siena at Genoa's Luigi Ferraris stadium, Italy, Sunday, April 22, 2012. Genoa players stripped off their shirts in a gesture of apology to angry, flare-throwing fans on Sunday as their protests forced a 45-minute suspension of the team's 4-1 loss to Siena in Serie A. Genoa is in danger of being relegated and the gesture was an apparent way for the players to acknowledge they were not worthy of wearing the club's shirt. (AP Photo/Francesco Pecoraro, Lapresse)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 9:55:47 AM EST
    Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar talks to media as she leaves after attending parliament's joint session in Islamabad, Pakistan on Tuesday, March 20, 2012. A parliamentary commission demanded an end to American drone attacks inside Pakistan and an apology for deadly U.S. airstrikes in November, as part of proposed new terms in the country's troubled relations with the United States. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)
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    Posted: 3/6/2012 12:05:48 AM EST
    Georgetown University law student and activist Sandra Fluke, center, speaks as co-hosts Joy Behar, left, and Sherri Shepherd listen during an appearance on the daytime talk show, "The View," Monday, March 5, 2012 in New York. Fluke talked about conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and the comments he made on his program after she testified to Democratic members of Congress in support of a requirement that health care companies provide coverage for contraception. Fluke told ABC's "The View" on Monday that she hasn't heard from Limbaugh since he issued a written apology late Saturday. (AP Photo/ABC, Lou Rocco)
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    Posted: 3/6/2012 12:05:48 AM EST
    Georgetown University law student and activist Sandra Fluke speaks during an appearance on the daytime talk show, "The View," Monday, March 5, 2012 in New York. Fluke talked about conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and the comments he made on his program after she testified to Democratic members of Congress in support of a requirement that health care companies provide coverage for contraception. Fluke told ABC's "The View" on Monday that she hasn't heard from Limbaugh since he issued a written apology late Saturday. (AP Photo/ABC, Lou Rocco)


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