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The barbed wire fence seperating the American Guantanmo bay from the Cuba proper.


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Coach Jeff Anderson illustrates plays for the hockey club.

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Barney Frank, the chair of the house finance committee

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President Obama urges Congress to support his new bailout package.

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Some areas of Mexico require military patrols to keep peace. Gangs target not only the government, but intimidate citizens into helping further their own agendas.


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The Treasury building in Washington, DC. This building is the office of the Treasury Secretary, and is where the decisions concerning the printing and distribution of currency are made. The building remained active all hours of the day during the beginning hours of the credit crisis. This is where the details of the new bailout will be refined.

Treasury Secretary Paulson in a meeting discussing President Obama’s proposed stimulus packet. Paulson was the chief executive of Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs before being appointed by Bush.

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Goat is a staple of the typical Muslim diet, and is considered a “halal” meat. “Halal,” meaning “lawful” or “permitted,” establishes what animals can be eaten.

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