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A black tip shark, caught on a fishing line, circles a boat just before it's devoured by a Goliath grouper.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Air Force Col. Steven Nagel joined NASA in 1978 and flew four space shuttle missions, logging more than 700 hours in space. He retired from the space agency in 2011. Nagel died of cancer on Thursday.

Published on August 23, 2014

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A warning sign blocks the road to Bardarbunga volcano, some 12 miles away, in the north-west region of Iceland's Vatnajokull glacier, on Tuesday.

Published on August 23, 2014

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This handout photo provided by the Office of the Defense Secretary (OSD), taken Aug. 19, 2014, shows a Chinese fighter jet that the White House said Friday conducted a "dangerous intercept" of a U.S. Navy surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Demonstrators protest the killing of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown across the street from the Ferguson Police Department in Ferguson, Mo., Friday night. More than a week of unrest has largely given way to peaceful protests recently.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Trucks from a Russian aid convoy wait in line as they return to the Russian Rostov region town of Donetsk, Russia, on Saturday.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Residents of West Point read newspaper articles about the Ebola-related unrest in their community.

Published on August 23, 2014

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The colorful canoes are used by West Point fishermen.

Published on August 23, 2014

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"Broken Trust" is the title of an African movie — and a theme that resonates with West Point residents. Many feel the government hasn't adequately informed them about the Ebola holding center in their midst.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Prince, a West Point resident, stands by a garbage dump near a sign that says "No dumping."

Published on August 23, 2014

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A motorbike rider drives along the main route through West Point.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Residents gather on the main road to read newspaper headlines about Ebola.

Published on August 23, 2014

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It's the West African version of bottled water: a refreshing plastic packet.

Published on August 23, 2014

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In Liberia, lots of people say Ebola isn't real. This sign in a West Point alley challenges that view.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Kids in West Point hold tin cans wrapped with string for the kites they're flying.

Published on August 23, 2014

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A resident takes in the view from this Liberian slum.

Published on August 23, 2014

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The beach is a perfect playing field for soccer lovers in West Point.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Inmates from several Alabama state prisons take a math class at J.F. Ingram State Technical College. The campus becomes a medium-security facility when the students arrive.

Published on August 23, 2014

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Silent Ink features a waterfall of ink plunging into a 5,300-gallon lake excavated from the museum's floor. It's hard to view the installation for very long, because the smell of the ink becomes overpowering.

Published on August 23, 2014

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This installation, "Head On," which debuted in Berlin in 2006, features wolves leaping into a glass wall and speaks to the dangers of ideology and pack mentality. Some visitors also see parallels to China's chaotic political history.

Published on August 23, 2014

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