Swiss wing-suit flyer Ueli Gegenschatz jumps out of a plane at 14,763 feet, before flying unaided 10.9 miles over Galway Bay, Ireland, while reaching an average speed of 155 mph, on Wednesday June 4, 20008. He landed after 5 minutes, 45 seconds. This is believed to be a new record.
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Tiananmen Crackdown Candles
A woman holds a candle as tens of thousands people stage a candlelight vigil at Hong Kong's Victoria Park Wednesday, June 4, 2008, to mark the 19th anniversary of the military crackdown on a pro-democracy student movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on this date in 1989.
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started rioting close to the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. Some 200 fishermen clashed with Belgian riot police through the European Union quarter in protest demanding the EU do more to alleviate high fuel prices.
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An Iraqi young man mourns in front of destroyed houses after a car bomb explosion, in the Ash Sha'b neighborhood of northern Baghdad, Iraq, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. A suicide truck bomber struck near the Baghdad home of an Iraqi police general, killing at least 16 people and wounding 50 others, the police said. Wednesday's suicide bombing was the deadliest such attack in Baghdad since early March.
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A man holds a decorative umbrella in a small family business in Pathein in the Irrawaddy Delta region, Myanmar, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. It takes more than a week to make one single umbrella costing around $20, and the owners and workers are struggling to survive due to the lack of tourists after cyclone Nargis. The devastation left 78,000 people dead and another 56,000 missing.
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Chile's Fernando Gonzalez stands next to his broken racket while playing Switzerland's Roger Federer during their quarterfinal match at the French Open tennis tournament in Paris on Wednesday June 4, 2008. Federer won the match to advance to the semifinals.
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A woman gives a bunch of poppies to members of the public in Madrid, Wednesday, June 4, 2008. Some 100,000 poppies were placed in three different places in the city to celebrate the arrival of summer.
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Farewell To Fallen
Bearer party commander Sgt. Derrick Fleck-Lawrence salutes as the casket of Capt. Richard (Steve) Leary is carried to a waiting Canadian C-130 Hercules transport plane Wednesday, June 4, 2008, in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Leary died of wounds after his patrol was ambushed by Taliban militants in the Panjwaii district on Tuesday.