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Day in Photos: Aug. 27, 2012

A window washer cleans the mirrored windows of the Calgary Court complex in Calgary. Above average temperatures are predicted to continue on the prairies with Calgary reaching 29 C today. (The Canadian Press / Jeff McIntosh)
A woman jogs along Bayshore Boulevanrd in between squalls blowing across the bay in Tampa, Fla.. The Republican National Convention has delayed it's start because of the approaching tropical storm Isaac which is churning it's way across the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
Chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus speaks to delegates during an abbreviated session the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Monday. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Indian boys catch a ride on the back of a man's wheelchair during a sudden monsoon rain shower in New Delhi, India. The showers, which normally run from June to September, are crucial in a country where 60 per cent of the population works in agriculture and less than half the farmland is irrigated.(AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
The daughter of Aboud Rogo, a Muslim cleric facing terror-related charges, cries out as Rogo's father holds the slumped and blood stained body of his son in the vehicle where he was shot dead near the Jomo Kenyatta Public beach, Mombasa Kenya. The Muslim cleric is accused by Washington and the United Nations of supporting al-Qaida-linked militants in Somalia. The shooting sparked rioting by youths who burned at least one police car and stoned businesses. Human rights groups say the killing of Aboud Rogo falls into a pattern of extrajudicial killings and forced disappearances of suspected terrorists, allegedly being orchestrated by Kenyan police. (AP Photo)
A silver cup won at the first modern Olympic Games, in Athens in 1896, by marathon runner Spyros Louis, is on display at the Acropolis Museum. The cup, recently sold by the Greek athlete's descendants, was bought by a private Greek foundation at an auction in London. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
Kansas City Royals' Jarrod Dyson, bottom, steals second base as Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia tries to get his glove on the ball in the first inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Donkeys walk past a queue of men waiting to pay their respects to the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, lying in state at the national palace, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Zenawi is scheduled to be buried Sept. 2. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
A Palestinian youth jumps into the Mediterranean sea on the beach at the port of Gaza City, Gaza. (AP photo/Hatem Moussa)
This citizen journalism image provided by Shaam News Network SNN, taken on Monday, purports to show a Syrian military helicopter that caught fire and falls from the sky after it was apparently hit during fighting between government forces and rebels in the capital Damascus, Syria. . (AP Photo/Shaam News Network, SNN)
Fans use umbrellas to stay dry during a rain delay at the 2012 U.S. Open Tennis tournament in New York. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)
A window washer cleans the mirrored windows of the Calgary Court complex in Calgary. Above average temperatures are predicted to continue on the prairies with Calgary reaching 29 C today. (The Canadian Press / Jeff McIntosh) -
A woman jogs along Bayshore Boulevanrd in between squalls blowing across the bay in Tampa, Fla.. The Republican National Convention has delayed it's start because of the approaching tropical storm Isaac which is churning it's way across the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara) -
Chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus speaks to delegates during an abbreviated session the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Monday. (AP Photo/David Goldman) -
Indian boys catch a ride on the back of a man's wheelchair during a sudden monsoon rain shower in New Delhi, India. The showers, which normally run from June to September, are crucial in a country where 60 per cent of the population works in agriculture and less than half the farmland is irrigated.(AP Photo/Kevin Frayer) -
The daughter of Aboud Rogo, a Muslim cleric facing terror-related charges, cries out as Rogo's father holds the slumped and blood stained body of his son in the vehicle where he was shot dead near the Jomo Kenyatta Public beach, Mombasa Kenya. The Muslim cleric is accused by Washington and the United Nations of supporting al-Qaida-linked militants in Somalia. The shooting sparked rioting by youths who burned at least one police car and stoned businesses. Human rights groups say the killing of Aboud Rogo falls into a pattern of extrajudicial killings and forced disappearances of suspected terrorists, allegedly being orchestrated by Kenyan police. (AP Photo) -
A silver cup won at the first modern Olympic Games, in Athens in 1896, by marathon runner Spyros Louis, is on display at the Acropolis Museum. The cup, recently sold by the Greek athlete's descendants, was bought by a private Greek foundation at an auction in London. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) -
Kansas City Royals' Jarrod Dyson, bottom, steals second base as Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia tries to get his glove on the ball in the first inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) -
Donkeys walk past a queue of men waiting to pay their respects to the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, lying in state at the national palace, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Zenawi is scheduled to be buried Sept. 2. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) -
A Palestinian youth jumps into the Mediterranean sea on the beach at the port of Gaza City, Gaza. (AP photo/Hatem Moussa) -
This citizen journalism image provided by Shaam News Network SNN, taken on Monday, purports to show a Syrian military helicopter that caught fire and falls from the sky after it was apparently hit during fighting between government forces and rebels in the capital Damascus, Syria. . (AP Photo/Shaam News Network, SNN) -
Fans use umbrellas to stay dry during a rain delay at the 2012 U.S. Open Tennis tournament in New York. (AP Photo/Mike Groll) -

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