Spain’s Economy Minister Luis de Guindos (L) is being greeted by Luxembourg’s Prime Minister and Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker at a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Spain’s Economy Minister Luis de Guindos (L) is being greeted by Luxembourg’s Prime Minister and Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker at a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Femen at a polling station in Moscow

Femen at a polling station in Moscow

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds up a pair of pistols that he says belonged to Venezuela's independence hero Simon Bolivar during a ceremony marking 229th anniversary of Bolivar's birth at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, July 24, 2012.  Photo: Fernando Llano / AP

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds up a pair of pistols that he says belonged to Venezuela's independence hero Simon Bolivar during a ceremony marking 229th anniversary of Bolivar's birth at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, July 24, 2012. Photo: Fernando Llano / AP

The 2 French Presidents - and I thought that Hollande was tall :O

The 2 French Presidents - and I thought that Hollande was tall :O

Firefighters from a fire station in Mieres, near Oviedo (Spain), are not posing for a calendar. They are protesting against governmental budget cuts inside their fire station, July 19, 2012. The banner says “So many cuts have left us with nothing”. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

Firefighters from a fire station in Mieres, near Oviedo (Spain), are not posing for a calendar. They are protesting against governmental budget cuts inside their fire station, July 19, 2012. The banner says “So many cuts have left us with nothing”. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

Chen Guangcheng leaves US embassy

Chen Guangcheng leaves US embassy

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy celebrate his victory at in Cairo on June 18. The Muslim Brotherhood claims its candidate won 52.5 percent of the vote compared to the 47.5 percent secured by his rival, Mubarak’s Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy celebrate his victory at in Cairo on June 18. The Muslim Brotherhood claims its candidate won 52.5 percent of the vote compared to the 47.5 percent secured by his rival, Mubarak’s Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

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