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A child makes a painting of cyclists as the pack passes by during the sixteenth stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday.
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Apollo 11 Plus 45: President Obama Hails Astronauts
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ISIS Forces Iraqi Shopkeepers to Veil Mannequins
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