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Day in Photos: June 8, 2012

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Andy Wong / The Associated Press

An elderly man works in wheat fields near the house where blind activist Chen Guangcheng was under house arrest, at Dongshigu village in Shandong province, China, Friday, June 8, 2012. Cameras and security guards that kept Chen under house arrest have gone, but fear lingered among residents of his village Friday and even his mother advised him not to come home. Residents were still scared of the local officials and of their fellow farmers who enforced the surveillance.

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