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Some 70,000 women in August gathered in central Seoul, holding signs saying, "My life is not your porn." It was the fourth protest this year condemning the prevalence of hidden-camera crimes. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Korean Women Fight Back Against Spy Cams In Public Bathrooms

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Russian honor guards perform during an international military and music festival on Moscow's Red Square in August. Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An angry crowd shouts slogans at the site of a deadly train accident on the outskirts of Amritsar, India, on Friday. One official said the local response was on par with a "war footing" as emergency workers tended to the dead and injured. Prabhjot Gill/AP hide caption

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Scottish cyclist Jenny Graham stands at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin after she circumnavigated the world by bicycle in just under 125 days. Christoph Soeder/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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A man does a fascist salute as he stands next to the tomb of Francisco Franco inside the basilica at the Valley of the Fallen monument outside Madrid. Spain's center-left government approved legal amendments that it says will ensure that Franco's remains can soon be dug up and removed. Andrea Comas/AP hide caption

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Spain Plans To Remove Franco's Remains From A Memorial, Angering His Supporters

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Mourners stand beside the grave of Gen. Abdul Raziq, the Kandahar police chief who was killed by a Taliban attack, during his burial ceremony Friday in Kandahar, Afghanistan. AP hide caption

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Afghanistan Delays Election In Kandahar After Attack That Killed Police Chief

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Lara Alqasem appears in court in Tel Aviv on Wednesday. The Supreme Court said she would be allowed to enter the country. Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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