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  1. Ebola Liberians

    Liberian American Ulla Adighibe, 52, is photographed at her home in Fort Worth, Texas, on Oct. 18. In Texas, many Liberian Americans are weary of the Ebola stigma. (Khampha Bouaphanh/MCT)
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  2. Nicaragua

    Belgian tourists at Ojo de Agua, a natural spring on Ometepe. (Josh B. Noel/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
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  3. Minorities

    "What's important is that the congressman is effective," said Riviera Beach Councilman Terence Davis at Riviera Beach City Hall on Oct. 9, 2014 in Riviera Beach, Fla. Behind him hangs a portrait of the first black councilman elected in Riviera Beach, Malcolm Cunningham, Sr. in 1962. (Peter W. Cross/McClatchty/MCT)
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  4. Northwest

    After a storm, the sun sometimes emerges at First Beach in La Push, on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, where a visitor clambers on massive driftwood. (Kristin Jackson/Seattle Times/MCT)
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  5. Ping pong

    Andy Phan, 76, plays table tennis on Sept. 18, 2014, at Langley Senior Center in Monterey Park, Calif. About 300 Chinese seniors from all over the San Gabriel Valley have been trading strokes at the Monterey Park Ping Pong Club at Langley Senior Center for the last 25 years. (Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
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  6. Grains

    A spoonful of Red Quinoa grain. Served warm, with coconut milk, agave syrup and a stick of cinnamon, nuts and fruit, it makes a hearty breakfast.(John Walker/Fresno Bee/MCT)
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  7. Chiefs-Chargers

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) scrambles and slides before the hit by San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Andrew Gachkar (59), top, on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT)
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