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  •  - File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    Posted: 9/1/2011 1:57:30 PM EST
    Active duty U.S. Marine corporal Jime Rindon (C) from Camp Pendleton yells out as he marches with active and non-active U.S. military personnel who are participating for the first time in San Diego's Gay Pride Parade in San Diego, in this July 16, 2011 file photo. bama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS MILITARY)
  •  - File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    Posted: 9/1/2011 1:56:44 PM EST
    Active duty U.S. Marine corporal Jime Rindon (L) from Camp Pendleton receives a hug as he prepares to march with active and non-active U.S. military personnel who are participating for the first time in San Diego's Gay Pride Parade in San Diego, in this July 16, 2011 file photo. Obama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 8/8/2011 9:10:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Tuesday, April 26, 2011 file photo, New Delhi Commonwealth Games chief organizer Suresh Kalmadi, center, who was arrested by India's Central Bureau of Investigation, arrives for a court hearing in New Delhi, India. With the government all but paralyzed by scandal, the Supreme Court has stepped into the breach, taking command of some of India's thorniest issues in what activists hail as an overdue flexing of judicial muscle but critics call an unconstitutional power grab. (AP Photo/File)
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    Posted: 8/8/2011 9:10:47 AM EST
    FILE - In This Dec. 4, 2009 file photo, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, greets then Telecommunications Minister Andimuthu Raja in New Delhi, India. Raja allegedly sold the 2G mobile phone spectrum at throwaway prices in 2008 leading to losses of $36 billion in potential revenue by not auctioning the licenses. With the government all but paralyzed by scandal, the Supreme Court has stepped into the breach, taking command of some of India's thorniest issues in what activists hail as an overdue flexing of judicial muscle but critics call an unconstitutional power grab. (AP Photo/Outlook, Tribhuvan Tiwari, File) MANDATORY CREDIT
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    Posted: 8/8/2011 9:10:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 file photo, rights activists burn copies of draft legislation for setting up an anti-corruption watchdog that is being introduced in the Indian Parliament for approval, during a protest in Mumbai, India. With the government all but paralyzed by scandal, the Supreme Court has stepped into the breach, taking command of some of India's thorniest issues in what activists hail as an overdue flexing of judicial muscle but critics call an unconstitutional power grab. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade, File)
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    Posted: 8/8/2011 9:10:47 AM EST
    FILE - In this Wednesday, June 8, 2011 file photo, supporters of Indian social activist Anna Hazare, a member of a government-appointed committee drafting legislation for a corruption watchdog, shout slogans during a day-long protest hunger strike against corruption near Rajghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, in New Delhi, India. With the government all but paralyzed by scandal, the Supreme Court has stepped into the breach, taking command of some of India's thorniest issues in what activists hail as an overdue flexing of judicial muscle but critics call an unconstitutional power grab. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer, File)
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    Posted: 8/8/2011 9:10:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011 file photo, India's former Telecommunications Minister Andimuthu Raja, center, is produced at a court in New Delhi, India. With the government all but paralyzed by scandal, the Supreme Court has stepped into the breach, taking command of some of India's thorniest issues in what activists hail as an overdue flexing of judicial muscle but critics call an unconstitutional power grab. (AP Photo/File)
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 9:55:46 PM EST
    Jack Schooner, 16, looks at Grand Theft Auto video game at GameStop in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, June 27, 2011. The Supreme Court ruled Monday that it is unconstitutional to bar children from buying or renting violent video games, saying government doesn't have the authority to "restrict the ideas to which children may be exposed" despite complaints that the popular and fast-changing technology allows the young to simulate acts of brutality. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
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    Posted: 6/27/2011 9:55:46 PM EST
    Calif. State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, holds up three video games after a news conference in San Francisco, Monday, June 27, 2011. The Supreme Court ruled Monday that it is unconstitutional to bar children from buying or renting violent video games, saying government doesn't have the authority to "restrict the ideas to which children may be exposed" despite complaints that the popular and fast-changing technology allows the young to simulate acts of brutality. Yee, who wrote the video game ban, told The Associated Press Monday that he was reading the dissents in hope of finding a way to reintroduce the law in a way it would be constitutional. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:54 AM EST
    Attorney Theodore Boutrous, right, speaks next to Chad Griffin, Board President of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, during a news conference at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:54 AM EST
    Attorney Austin Nimocks, representing the sponsors of Prop. 8, speaks during a news conference at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:54 AM EST
    Jeff Zarrillo, right, speaks with reporters next to partner Paul Katami at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:54 AM EST
    Kris Perry, left, speaks with reporters next to her partner Sandy Stier at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:53 AM EST
    Attorney Theodore Boutrous, right, speaks next to Chad Griffin, Board President of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, during a news conference at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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    Posted: 6/14/2011 3:10:52 AM EST
    Attorney Austin Nimocks, representing the sponsors of Prop. 8, speaks during a news conference at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2011. A retired federal judge's long-term relationship with another man was the subject of an unusual and possibly unprecedented court hearing that began Monday involving California's same-sex marriage ban. Lawyers for the sponsors of the voter-approved ban asked the chief federal judge in San Francisco to vacate a decision issued by his predecessor last year that declared the same sex marriage ban an unconstitutional violation of gay Californians' civil rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
  •  - A Romanian holds a banner reading "Redoubt" during a protest in downtown Bucharest

    A Romanian holds a banner reading "Redoubt" during a protest in downtown Bucharest

    Posted: 2/3/2008 9:27:22 AM EST
    A Romanian holds a banner reading "Redoubt" during a protest in downtown Bucharest February 3, 2008. Several pro-democracy groups protested against the Constitutional Court ruling last week to declare unconstitutional a law that allows Romania's National Council for Studying the Securitate Archives to uncover collaborators of the communist era secret police, the feared Securitate. Protesters have demanded the sacking of the court?s judges and asked parliament and the government to take urgent measures to ensure that the council is not dismantled. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)