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Members of the West Vancouver police arrest an Eagleridge Bluffs protester as others look on at the site of a highway construction project for the 2010 Olympic games in West Vancouver, Thursday. About two dozen protesters were arrested. Go to the P1 International Law Enforcement section (AP PHOTO/CP, Chuck Stoody)
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U.S. Border Patrol Senior Agent B.T. Hick and his dog Mirza, left, inspect a car at a check point outside Organ Pipe Cactus National Park in Why, Ariz. Wednesday. Visit the P1 Border Patrol section (AP Photo/Matt York)
Yakima Mayor Dave Edler, left, city official Michael Morales and chief Sam Granato, right, stand at the receiving line with gifts for Mexican President Vicente Fox for his departure from Yakima, Wash., Wednesday. Visit the P1 Border Patrol section (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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An unidentified officer is tended to after he was struck by a car and then shot the driver, Monday in Sacramento, Calif. While responding to a robbery call at a shopping mall, the officer was approaching a car in the parking lot when the driver accelerated, hitting the officer and flinging him onto the hood of the car. Full Story (AP Photo/Devin Bruce)
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An officer handcuffs one of three suspects taken into custody during an officer involved shooting that left one suspect dead in Sacramento, Calif., Monday. An officer responding to an armed robbery call was approaching a car in a parking lot when the driver accelerated, hitting the officer and flinging him onto the hood of the car. Full Story (AP Photo/Devin Bruce)

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