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A boy looked at a dead fin whale that washed up in Atlantic Beach, New York, Wednesday. Scientists performed a necropsy Thursday on the whale, and determined that it likely had been hit by a ship. ZUMA PRESS/ Kirk Condyles

A boy looked at a dead fin whale that washed up in Atlantic Beach, New York, Wednesday. Scientists performed a necropsy Thursday on the whale, and determined that it likely had been hit by a ship. ZUMA PRESS/ Kirk Condyles

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On Governor’s Island, ‘Figoulu’, is part of the exhibition ‘Mark Di Suvero at Governor’s Island.’ WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Jacopo Quaranta

On Governor’s Island, ‘Figoulu’, is part of the exhibition ‘Mark Di Suvero at Governor’s Island.’ WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Jacopo Quaranta

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Posted at 1:54 PM 28 May 2011
Performers with Cirque du Soleil presented a segment called ‘Banquine’ at a preview for their latest show, ‘Zarkana,’ at New York’s Radio City Music Hall Tuesday. The show will run June 9-Oct. 8. REUTERS PICTURES/ Mike Segar

Performers with Cirque du Soleil presented a segment called ‘Banquine’ at a preview for their latest show, ‘Zarkana,’ at New York’s Radio City Music Hall Tuesday. The show will run June 9-Oct. 8. REUTERS PICTURES/ Mike Segar

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Posted at 1:53 PM 28 May 2011
Monitor Galalau and Monitor Quebrada at P.S. 142, where the New York Capoeira Brasil group staged its annual event. The five-day gathering ends in a ‘batizado,’ or christening, in which new members are initiated into capoira. WALLSTREET JOURNAL/ Barbara Saric

Monitor Galalau and Monitor Quebrada at P.S. 142, where the New York Capoeira Brasil group staged its annual event. The five-day gathering ends in a ‘batizado,’ or christening, in which new members are initiated into capoira. WALLSTREET JOURNAL/ Barbara Saric

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Posted at 1:52 PM 28 May 2011
Sailors stood on the deck of the USS New York as it passed the Statue of Liberty Wednesday to mark the start of the city’s Fleet Week celebrations, which run through Memorial Day. GETTY IMAGES/ Spencer Platt

Sailors stood on the deck of the USS New York as it passed the Statue of Liberty Wednesday to mark the start of the city’s Fleet Week celebrations, which run through Memorial Day. GETTY IMAGES/ Spencer Platt

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Posted at 1:50 PM 28 May 2011
A delivery man brought balloons and a inflatable shark to the house where former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn is being held under house arrest in Lower Manhattan Friday. GETTY IMAGES/ AFP/ Timothy A. Clary

A delivery man brought balloons and a inflatable shark to the house where former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn is being held under house arrest in Lower Manhattan Friday. GETTY IMAGES/ AFP/ Timothy A. Clary

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Posted at 1:49 PM 28 May 2011
Police officer Ken Moreno, center, and co-defendant Franklin Mata, right, spoke to the media outside Manhattan criminal court. Messrs. Moreno and Mata were acquitted of rape, but convicted of official misconduct. ASSOCIATED PRESS/ Louis Lanzano

Police officer Ken Moreno, center, and co-defendant Franklin Mata, right, spoke to the media outside Manhattan criminal court. Messrs. Moreno and Mata were acquitted of rape, but convicted of official misconduct. ASSOCIATED PRESS/ Louis Lanzano

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Posted at 1:49 PM 28 May 2011
‘Splotch 15’ is one of several large sculptures unveiled Tuesday in City Hall Park as part of a retrospective of the work of American artist Sol LeWitt. WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Daniella Zalcman 

‘Splotch 15’ is one of several large sculptures unveiled Tuesday in City Hall Park as part of a retrospective of the work of American artist Sol LeWitt. WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Daniella Zalcman 

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Posted at 1:47 PM 28 May 2011
Tony Godino of Bedford, N.Y., left, paid his respects with a handful of dirt at the end of a ceremony Wednesday to rebury the mysterious 19th-century regional wanderer known as The Leatherman. His remains were moved from a roadside grave to more peaceful surroundings. ASSOCIATED PRESS/ Craig Ruttle

Tony Godino of Bedford, N.Y., left, paid his respects with a handful of dirt at the end of a ceremony Wednesday to rebury the mysterious 19th-century regional wanderer known as The Leatherman. His remains were moved from a roadside grave to more peaceful surroundings. ASSOCIATED PRESS/ Craig Ruttle

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Posted at 1:45 PM 28 May 2011
The New York Transit Museum’s antique train near the 167th St. Station in the Bronx, part of a nostalgia ride aboard antique IRT ‘Lo-V’ cars built between 1916 and 1925. WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Kevin Hagen

The New York Transit Museum’s antique train near the 167th St. Station in the Bronx, part of a nostalgia ride aboard antique IRT ‘Lo-V’ cars built between 1916 and 1925. WALL STREET JOURNAL/ Kevin Hagen

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Posted at 1:43 PM 28 May 2011
A man holds a placard reading ‘We Need Tickets Please’ as football fans gather in Trafalgar Square, central London, on May 28, 2011. Barcelona take on Manchester United in the European Champions League final today with Sir Alex Ferguson predicting a classic finale to the most prestigious tournament in club football. A worldwide television audience in the hundreds of millions is expected to tune in to Saturday’s encounter at Wembley, where a capacity crowd of 90,000 will watch the English and Spanish giants collide. GETTY IMAGES

A man holds a placard reading ‘We Need Tickets Please’ as football fans gather in Trafalgar Square, central London, on May 28, 2011. Barcelona take on Manchester United in the European Champions League final today with Sir Alex Ferguson predicting a classic finale to the most prestigious tournament in club football. A worldwide television audience in the hundreds of millions is expected to tune in to Saturday’s encounter at Wembley, where a capacity crowd of 90,000 will watch the English and Spanish giants collide. GETTY IMAGES

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Posted at 1:38 PM 28 May 2011
Kashmiri relatives of missing persons attend a protest organised by the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in Srinagar on May 28, 2011. APDP submitted a preliminary list of 1417 cases to the state chief minister Omer Abdullah and said that more than 8,000 people have gone missing, most of them after their arrest by Indian security forces in the troubled Kashmir region since a rebellion broke out at the end of 1989. GETTY IMAGES

Kashmiri relatives of missing persons attend a protest organised by the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in Srinagar on May 28, 2011. APDP submitted a preliminary list of 1417 cases to the state chief minister Omer Abdullah and said that more than 8,000 people have gone missing, most of them after their arrest by Indian security forces in the troubled Kashmir region since a rebellion broke out at the end of 1989. GETTY IMAGES

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Posted at 1:37 PM 28 May 2011
Lower Saxony state Prime Minister David McAllister, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Parliamentary State Secretary Hans-Joachim Otto (L-R) smile as they receive a little engine telegraph as a present as they arrived for the 7th National Maritime Conference in Wilhelmshaven, northern Germany, May 28, 2011. REUTERS PICTURES

Lower Saxony state Prime Minister David McAllister, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Parliamentary State Secretary Hans-Joachim Otto (L-R) smile as they receive a little engine telegraph as a present as they arrived for the 7th National Maritime Conference in Wilhelmshaven, northern Germany, May 28, 2011. REUTERS PICTURES

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Posted at 1:36 PM 28 May 2011
Arryn Siposs of the Saints looks to handball before being tackled by Dylan Roberton of the Dockers during the round 10 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the St Kilda Saints at Patersons Stadium on May 28, 2011 in Perth, Australia. GETTY IMAGES

Arryn Siposs of the Saints looks to handball before being tackled by Dylan Roberton of the Dockers during the round 10 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the St Kilda Saints at Patersons Stadium on May 28, 2011 in Perth, Australia. GETTY IMAGES

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Posted at 1:35 PM 28 May 2011
Tunisian migrants wait for the arrival of boats at Lampedusa on March 27, 2011. Hundreds of Tunisians have been moved to a tent camp set up in southern Italy that could house up to 3,300 people, local officials said, as anger against the migrants rose among locals. GETTY IMAGES

Tunisian migrants wait for the arrival of boats at Lampedusa on March 27, 2011. Hundreds of Tunisians have been moved to a tent camp set up in southern Italy that could house up to 3,300 people, local officials said, as anger against the migrants rose among locals. GETTY IMAGES

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Posted at 1:22 PM 28 May 2011