A displaced Kenyan boy smells a rose given to people by Kenyan charity workers at an camp for displaced people, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008 in the Mathare slum in Nairobi. Kenyan flowers, mostly roses, account for a quarter of Europe's cut flower imports, and Kenyan growers have been pushing to keep exports up for the Valentine's Day despite ethnic violence that has paralyzed the East African country.
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A vintage tram is decorated by flowers and a banner reads that: "May love never end!" on the occasion of St. Valentine's Day in Istanbul, Turkey, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. The Western celebration of love is becoming increasingly popular among the country's youth.
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Filipino couples wait in line during the start of a mass wedding ceremony held at Muntinlupa's town hall, south of Manila, as they celebrate Valentine's Day on Thursday Feb. 14, 2008. At least 230 couples participated in the mass wedding sponsored by the city government.
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Thetchai Pornkasae, front right, and Arisara Pornkasae show their marriage certificates at Bang-Rak district, or District of Love, in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. Many couples get married here as they believe auspicious name will bring long-lasting love.
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A Buddhist monk prepares lotus flowers to offer to Buddha in the capital Colombo, Sri Lanka marking the Valentine's Day on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. The monks held prayers asking that young people should not confine love only to romance but they should love their country and its security forces fighting separatist Tamil Tiger rebels.
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A woman passes a large Valentine's hearts drawn on a wall in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008. Bulgarians, who traditionally celebrate grape growing and wine making festivals on Feb. 14, have begun to also mark Valentine's Day since the Communist rule collapsed in the Balkan country in 1989.
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An Arab woman looks in a shop window decorated with Valentine's Day items, in Kuwait City, Feb. 13, 2008. A group of conservative Kuwaiti lawmakers are looking to amend the country's legislation to prevent any commemoration of Valentine's Day. Islamists believe such imported holidays are corrupting young Muslims and stripping this small oil-rich Gulf state of its identity.
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Pakistani girls look Valentine's Day merchandise at a shop in port city Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, Feb. 9, 2007. Valentine's Day is considered un-Islamic in Pakistan, but is still popular.
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Religious Jameat Ulmae Pakistan (JUP) activists burn a placard with a heart painted on while denouncing Valentine's Day celebrations during a protest in Karachi, Pakistan, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008.
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Youngsters try out a huge coffee mug designed ahead of Valentine's Day celebrations in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Feb.12, 2008
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Members of the Hindu nationalist Shiv Sena party burn Valentine's Day posters, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008. The protesters lamented the growing influence of western ideas on India and said that they oppose such western celebrations.
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A vendor prepares roses for sale at a store in Beijing a day before Valentines Day, Wednesday Feb. 13, 2008. Valentines Day is not a tradition in China, but has been popularized by florists as a way to temporarily boost sales of flowers. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)
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A couple kiss each other unmindful of the confetti during a pre-valentine celebration Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008 in suburban Taguig City east of Manila as part of the yearly event called Lovapalooza that started in 2004. The Lovapalooza was entered in the Guinness Book of Records in 2005 with 5,3000 couples kissing each other in one place and at the same time.
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Red hearts are seen at a flower shop in Stuttgart, Germany, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008 to remind shoppers of the upcoming Valentine's Day on Feb. 14.
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A Sunshine International Aquarium staff feeds heart shaped squid fish to a Pitted stingray in Tokyo, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 as part of the annual month-long seasonal daily event for the St. Valentine's Day, which goes on until Feb. 14.
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