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Visitors to Kensington Gardens are reflected in Anish Kapoor's sculpture 'C-Curve 2007' on September 27, 2010 in London, England. Four works are being displayed in the park in an exhibition entitled 'Turing the World Upside Down' and will be open to the public from Sept. 28, to March 13, 2011.
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Scavengers sift through garbage from a rubbish dump on the Sidon seafront in south Lebanon Sept. 27. The dump, located near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean sea several times.
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Rehana, 12, sat over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their belongings damaged nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Sept. 27. The floods, Pakistan's worst natural disaster in terms of damage and the number of people affected, were triggered by monsoon rains in late July, displacing 10 million people.
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The group 'Castellers de Vilafranca' form a human tower called 'Castell' at Sant Jaume square during the annual festival of 'La Merce' in Barcelona Sept. 26. The formation of human towers is a tradition in the area of Catalonia and between 100 and 200 people are needed to complete a tower.
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An aerial view taken from an airplane shows flooded meadows and fields at the river Schwarze Elster near the town of Elsterwerda, Germany, Sept. 30. Hundreds of helpers fight against the flood in the south of the eastern German states of Brandenburg and Saxony Anhalt.