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Wednesday: The day in photos

A man and his horse wade in the Tisza river in Nagykoerue, Hungary. (Janos Meszaros / EPA)
French clergy pray in the Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalem. (Jim Hollander / EPA)
A Filipino baby born with two heads is closely monitored at the Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Manila, Philippines, 29 July 2009. Doctors were able to save the baby girl, who is now in stable condition. Hospital staff said the baby is being tested to see if the heads share vital organs. (Dennis M. Sabangan / EPA)
U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte competes during the men’s 200-meter individual medley at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Rome. (Francois Xavier Marit / AFP/Getty Images)
A man waits for customers in front of a shop selling water pipes in Hanoi, Vietnam. (Chitose Suzuki / Associated Press)
Chinese medical staff move a victim of a train derailment at a hospital in Liuzhou, China. At least four passengers were killed and more than 50 injured when a train derailed because of a landslide, state media reported. (AFP / Getty Images)
Malam Bacai Sanha supporter’s react after he wins the presidency in the West Afriacn nation of Guinea-Bissau. Sanha took 63% of the vote, beating opponent Kumba Yala. They were competing to succeed President Joao Bernardo “Nino” Vieira, who was assassinated in March. (Mario Cruz / EPA)
A forest fire rages outside Cuevas del Valle, Spain. The blaze has swept about 750 acres. Last week six firefighters were killed battling fires in Spain that destroyed a total of about 50,000 acres. (Pedro Armestre / AFP / Getty Images)
South Korean riot police detain a protester following clashes during an anti-government rally in support of striking workers near the Ssangyong Motors plant in Pyeongtaek. (Jung Yeon-Je / AFP / Getty Images)
Interior Minister Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, surrounded by police officers and investigators, walks in front of civil guard barracks in Burgos, Spain, following a car bomb exploded earlier in the day that injured as many as 60 people. (Cesar Manso /AFP/Getty Images)