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    Posted: 7/19/2011 6:05:54 PM EST
    Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the challenges of copyright at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Bardem appeared to call for a new international treaty to protect actors' rights across the globe. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre) GERMANY OUT AUSTRIA OUT
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    Posted: 7/19/2011 6:05:54 PM EST
    Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the challenges of copyright at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Bardem appeared to call for a new international treaty to protect actors' rights across the globe. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre) GERMANY OUT AUSTRIA OUT
  •  - Gurry, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the

    Gurry, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the

    Posted: 7/19/2011 12:29:08 PM EST
    Francis Gurry, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the challenges of copyright at WIPO headquarters in Geneva July 19, 2011. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - Spanish actor Bardem attends a news conference at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva

    Spanish actor Bardem attends a news conference at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva

    Posted: 7/19/2011 11:58:46 AM EST
    Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the challenges of copyright at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva July 19, 2011. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Spanish actor Bardem attends a news conference at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva

    Spanish actor Bardem attends a news conference at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva

    Posted: 7/19/2011 11:58:29 AM EST
    Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a news conference to discuss the evolution of the film industry in the digital environment and address the challenges of copyright at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) headquarters in Geneva July 19, 2011. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
  •  - Staples performs at the 42nd Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Shrine auditorium in Los Angeles

    Staples performs at the 42nd Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Shrine auditorium in Los Angeles

    Posted: 6/22/2011 6:40:11 PM EST
    Mavis Staples performs at the 42nd Annual NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles in this March 4, 2011 file photograph. Staples is featured in the new documentary feature film 'Rejoice & Shout' about black gospel music tracing the 200-year evolution of gospel from southern slave plantations to the modern-day blending of urban pop elements. REUTERS/Mario Anzuon/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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    Posted: 5/30/2011 4:50:48 AM EST
    Bob Krause, right, gets a medal from the Boston-based Joslin Diabetes Center to commemorate his milestone from his doctor Patricia Wu during his 90th birthday celebration in San Diego, Sunday, May 29, 2011. A leading diabetes research center named the San Diego resident the first American known to live 85 years with the disease, a life that has paralleled ? and benefited from ? the evolution in treatment. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 5/30/2011 4:50:48 AM EST
    Bob Krause celebrates his 90th birthday in San Diego, Sunday, May 29, 2011. Krause is America?s longest living Type 1 diabetic. A leading diabetes research center named the San Diego resident the first American known to live 85 years with the disease, a life that has paralleled ? and benefited from ? the evolution in treatment. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 5/30/2011 4:50:46 AM EST
    Bob Krause, left, opens a birthday card from his doctor, Patricia Wu, during his 90th birthday celebration in San Diego, Sunday, May 29, 2011. Krause is America?s longest living Type 1 diabetic. A leading diabetes research center named the San Diego resident the first American known to live 85 years with the disease, a life that has paralleled ? and benefited from ? the evolution in treatment. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 5/30/2011 4:50:46 AM EST
    Bob Krause celebrates his 90th birthday in San Diego, Sunday, May 29, 2011. Krause is America?s longest living Type 1 diabetic. A leading diabetes research center named the San Diego resident the first American known to live 85 years with the disease, a life that has paralleled ? and benefited from ? the evolution in treatment. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 5/30/2011 4:50:45 AM EST
    Bob Krause talks about his life as America?s longest living Type 1 diabetic during his 90th birthday celebration in San Diego, Sunday, May 29, 2011. A leading diabetes research center named the San Diego resident the first American known to live 85 years with the disease, a life that has paralleled ? and benefited from ? the evolution in treatment. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 5/18/2011 7:56:15 PM EST
    FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2010 file photo, Jess Sundin, of Minneapolis, speaks during a rally to protest FBI searches conducted at her home and homes of several other anti-war activists in Minneapolis, Minn. Documents federal agents left behind during a September raid of an anti-war activist's home shed some light on the evolution of an investigation into apparent connections between local activists and radical groups in Colombia and the Middle East. (AP Photo/Craig Lassig, File)
  •  - Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Posted: 5/18/2011 2:06:38 AM EST
    Kwon Hyok-sang, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul, May 18, 2011. SK Telecom, South Korea's top mobile carrier, plans to invest about 2 trillion won ($1.8 billion) to build high-speed, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks for nationwide coverage to cope with explosive growth in data traffic from smartphones, Kwon told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Posted: 5/18/2011 1:57:09 AM EST
    Kwon Hyok-sang, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul May 18, 2011. SK Telecom, South Korea's top mobile carrier, plans to invest about 2 trillion won ($1.8 billion) to build high-speed, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks for nationwide coverage to cope with explosive growth in data traffic from smartphones, Kwon told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Kwon, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul

    Posted: 5/18/2011 1:55:27 AM EST
    Kwon Hyok-sang, head of SK Telecom's Network Division, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office at the company's headquarters in Seoul May 18, 2011. SK Telecom, South Korea's top mobile carrier, plans to invest about 2 trillion won ($1.8 billion) to build high-speed, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks for nationwide coverage to cope with explosive growth in data traffic from smartphones, Kwon told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
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    To match feature ISLAM-CREATIONISM/FRANCE

    Posted: 5/16/2011 10:13:36 AM EST
    Harun Yahya attends a news conference in Istanbul May 12, 2011. Four years after they first frightened France, Muslim creationists are back touring the country preaching against evolution and claiming the Koran predicted many modern scientific discoveries. Followers of Yahya, a well-financed Turkish publisher of popular Islamic books, held four conferences at Muslim centres in the Paris area at the weekend with more scheduled in six other cities. Picture taken May 12, 2011. To match feature ISLAM-CREATIONISM/FRANCE REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
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    To match feature ISLAM-CREATIONISM/FRANCE

    Posted: 5/16/2011 10:00:32 AM EST
    Harun Yahya attends a news conference in Istanbul May 12, 2011. Four years after they first frightened France, Muslim creationists are back touring the country preaching against evolution and claiming the Koran predicted many modern scientific discoveries. Followers of Yahya, a well-financed Turkish publisher of popular Islamic books, held four conferences at Muslim centres in the Paris area at the weekend with more scheduled in six other cities. Picture taken May 12, 2011. To match feature ISLAM-CREATIONISM/FRANCE REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
  •  - This full-field image of the nearby dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is shown as released by NASA

    This full-field image of the nearby dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is shown as released by NASA

    Posted: 5/12/2011 6:50:11 PM EST
    This full-field image of the nearby dwarf galaxy NGC 4214 taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is shown as released by NASA May 12, 2011. Episodes of star formation are revealed as the galaxy continues to form clusters of new stars from its interstellar gas and dust. The Hubble image reveals a sequence of steps in the formation and evolution of stars and star clusters, evident in the glowing gas surrounding bright stellar clusters. The young clusters of new stars appear within bright clumps of glowing gas. Each cloud glows because of the strong ultraviolet light emitted from the embedded young stars, which have formed within them due to the gravitational collapse of the gas. The main object near the center of the galaxy is a cluster of hundreds of massive blue stars, each more than 10,000 times brighter than our Sun. A vast heart-shaped bubble, inflated by the combined stellar winds and radiation pressure, surrounds the cluster. The bubble will increase in size as the most massive
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    Posted: 5/7/2011 2:25:48 PM EST
    FILE - This photo from 1878 provided by the Granger Collection shows English naturalist Charles Darwin. The father of evolution's ailments are the topic of an annual conference in Baltimore on Friday, May 6, 2011 that offers modern medical diagnoses for the mysterious illnesses and deaths of historical figures. The very travels that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and shaped modern biology may have led to one of the illnesses that plagued the British naturalist for decades and ultimately led to his death. (AP Photo/The Granger Collection, File)
  •  - A man climbs down a ladder after sweeping dust from atop the entrance to his small residence in a "hutong" in central Beijing

    A man climbs down a ladder after sweeping dust from atop the entrance to his small residence in a "hutong" in central Beijing

    Posted: 4/22/2011 3:35:16 AM EST
    A man climbs down a ladder after sweeping dust from atop the entrance to his small residence in a "hutong", (or small alley in Chinese) in central Beijing April 22, 2011. Doorways leading to "hutongs" and their "siheyuan" (or small courtyard houses in Chinese) once criss-crossed the city, but they are quickly disappearing with Beijing's fast evolution into a modern metropolis. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)