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Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara appeals unsuccessfully during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG

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  • The Oak Ridge Boys sing the song "Amazing Grace" during the second day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa
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    • The Oak Ridge Boys sing the song "Amazing Grace" during the second day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa
  • File photo of U.S. President Obama meeting with Lee in Washington
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    • File photo of U.S. President Obama meeting with Lee in Washington
  • File photo of U.S. President Obama listening as Israeli PM Netanyahu delivers a statement in Washington
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    • File photo of U.S. President Obama listening as Israeli PM Netanyahu delivers a statement in Washington
  • File photo of BAE Systems Inc CEO Hudson smiling during the Reuters Aerospace and Defense Summit in Washington
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    • File photo of BAE Systems Inc CEO Hudson smiling during the Reuters Aerospace and Defense Summit in Washington
  • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser with his wife Tamie at Sydney's Town Hall
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    • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser with his wife Tamie at Sydney's Town Hall
  • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at Sydney's Town Hall
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    • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at Sydney's Town Hall
  • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser with his wife Tamie at Sydney's Town Hall
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    • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser with his wife Tamie at Sydney's Town Hall
  • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at Sydney's Town Hall
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    • File photo of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at Sydney's Town Hall
  • South Africa's Jean-Paul Duminy celebrates with team mate Faf du Plessis after he dismissed Sri Lanka's captain Mathews for 19 runs during Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Jean-Paul Duminy celebrates with team mate Faf du Plessis after he dismissed Sri Lanka's captain Mathews for 19 runs during Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
  • South Africa's Jean-Paul Duminy celebrates with team mate Faf du Plessis after he dismissed Sri Lanka's captain Angelo Mathews for 19 runs during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Jean-Paul Duminy celebrates with team mate Faf du Plessis after he dismissed Sri Lanka's captain Angelo Mathews for 19 runs during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
  • Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga reacts as he walks off the field with team mates after they lost their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
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    • Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga reacts as he walks off the field with team mates after they lost their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
  • Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga reacts as he stands with team mates after they lost their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
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    • Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga reacts as he stands with team mates after they lost their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
  • South Africa's players shake hands with Sri Lanka's players after their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)
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    • South Africa's players shake hands with Sri Lanka's players after their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)
  • South Africa's captain AB de Villiers hugs Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara after their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • South Africa's captain AB de Villiers hugs Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara after their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock is congratulated by teammate Steyn after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock is congratulated by teammate Steyn after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock shakes hands with Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga after hitting a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock shakes hands with Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga after hitting a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock celebrates after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock celebrates after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hugs team mate Faf du Plessis after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hugs team mate Faf du Plessis after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hugs team mate Faf du Plessis after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hugs team mate Faf du Plessis after he hit a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hits a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hits a boundary to win the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • Sri Lanka's Kushal Perera drops a catch hit by South Africa's Quinton de Kock during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • Sri Lanka's Kushal Perera drops a catch hit by South Africa's Quinton de Kock during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock celebrates reaching fifty runs during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock celebrates reaching fifty runs during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Sri Lanka at the SCG
  • Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara looks on after failing to stop the ball during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
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    • Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara looks on after failing to stop the ball during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
  • Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara appeals unsuccessfully during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
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    • Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara appeals unsuccessfully during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against South Africa at the SCG
  • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hits a boundary as Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene watches during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG
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    • South Africa's Quinton de Kock hits a boundary as Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene watches during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match at the SCG

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