Oct 24: Day in pics

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File photo of Mehr Din fondly called 'Uncle Pakistan' during the daily lowering of India and Pakistan's flags at the Wagah border. After 10 years of whipping up crowds at the daily ceremony to close Pakistan and India's main land border crossing, the flag-waving star show passed away on Oct 24, 2012. AFP Photo

File photo of Mehr Din fondly called 'Uncle Pakistan' during the daily lowering of India and Pakistan's flags at the Wagah border. After 10 years of whipping up crowds at the daily ceremony to close Pakistan and India's main land border crossing, the flag-waving star show passed away on Oct 24, 2012. AFP Photo

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Rancho Cordova Sheriff officer holds a child that was unharmed in the triple homicied on De Soto Way in Rancho Cordova, California. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department officials confirmed that three bodies were found, that of a woman, described as being in her 20s, and her two young children - a girl, 3, and a boy, 2 - dead in one room. A 6-month-old boy was found crying but unharmed in another room. (AP Photo)

Rancho Cordova Sheriff officer holds a child that was unharmed in the triple homicied on De Soto Way in Rancho Cordova, California. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department officials confirmed that three bodies were found, that of a woman, described as being in her 20s, and her two young children - a girl, 3, and a boy, 2 - dead in one room. A 6-month-old boy was found crying but unharmed in another room. (AP Photo)

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A Philippine Navy personnel looks at the nuclear-powered USS George Washington Nimitz-class aircraft carrier as it arrives in Manila. USS George Washington is in Manila for a short goodwill visit that aims to further enhance ties between the US and the Philippines through community relations projects and professional exchanges between the two countries. AFP PHOTO

A Philippine Navy personnel looks at the nuclear-powered USS George Washington Nimitz-class aircraft carrier as it arrives in Manila. USS George Washington is in Manila for a short goodwill visit that aims to further enhance ties between the US and the Philippines through community relations projects and professional exchanges between the two countries. AFP PHOTO

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Japanese flutist Akiyo Ueta (L) and violinist Asuka Ochi (R) pose in front of Mitsuoka Motors' special edition 1200-cc classic sedan car, 'Viewt OTTAVA' during its press preview in Tokyo. AFP PHOTO

Japanese flutist Akiyo Ueta (L) and violinist Asuka Ochi (R) pose in front of Mitsuoka Motors' special edition 1200-cc classic sedan car, 'Viewt OTTAVA' during its press preview in Tokyo. AFP PHOTO

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CS Herediano's Yendrick Ruiz (7) celebrates as Real Salt Lake players walk by following their CONCACAF soccer match in Sandy, Utah. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. AP Photo

CS Herediano's Yendrick Ruiz (7) celebrates as Real Salt Lake players walk by following their CONCACAF soccer match in Sandy, Utah. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. AP Photo

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Phoenix Suns' Jermaine O'Neal, left, defends against Golden State Warriors' Carl Landry during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game in Oakland, California. AP Photo

Phoenix Suns' Jermaine O'Neal, left, defends against Golden State Warriors' Carl Landry during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game in Oakland, California. AP Photo

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An actor plays the role of Lizzie Borden at Killers: A Nightmare Haunted House, at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center. Visitors can see a exhibit of drawings and other artifacts once belonging to real-life monsters such as John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson, donated by an anonymous collector. AFP PHOTO

An actor plays the role of Lizzie Borden at Killers: A Nightmare Haunted House, at Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center. Visitors can see a exhibit of drawings and other artifacts once belonging to real-life monsters such as John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson, donated by an anonymous collector. AFP PHOTO

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Police officers fire tear gas canisters against demonstratros during a protest in downtown Colon, Panama. Demonstrators protested over a new law allowing the sale of state-owned land in the duty-free zone next to the Panama Canal. AP Photo

Police officers fire tear gas canisters against demonstratros during a protest in downtown Colon, Panama. Demonstrators protested over a new law allowing the sale of state-owned land in the duty-free zone next to the Panama Canal. AP Photo

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Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller announces the new 13-inch MacBook Pro during an Apple special event at the historic California Theaterin San Jose, California. Apple is expected to introduce a smaller, less expensive version of the iPad. Getty Images/AFP

Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller announces the new 13-inch MacBook Pro during an Apple special event at the historic California Theaterin San Jose, California. Apple is expected to introduce a smaller, less expensive version of the iPad. Getty Images/AFP

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