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News In Photos: October 4 2011

by | 4th, October 2011

NEWS In Photos: October 4 2011:

Elizabeth Hurley’s engagement ring is seen during her visit to Jenners department store in Edinburgh, as she lends her support to the Estee Lauder Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.

A model demonstrates a wearable pulse checker at the CEATEC Japan, Japan’s biggest consumer electronics show, in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. The compact pulse checker, that has been developed by Japan’s electronics parts supplier Rohm Co. in the form of accessories, can send the wearers’ pulse readings to their smartphones to enable them to monitor health conditions. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
Demonstrator Andrea Vitale cries during a protest to stop the eviction of Matias Gonzalez, a 52-year-old Spanish citizen who can’t pay his mortage, Barcelona Spain, Monday, Oct. 3, 2011. As in many European countries, Spanish mortgages are not like US-style ones in which defaulters can return the keys to the bank and walk away from their debt, albeit with their credit rating in ruins. Here, mortgage holders not only have to give the house back, but also pay off bank debt. If they cannot, upon their death it is passed on to their relatives. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
Arline Kercher, mother of slain student Meredith Kercher speaks during a news conference in Perugia, Italy, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. The brother of slain British student Meredith Kercher says the family feels it is back to “square one” following the dramatic appeals court verdict overturning the conviction of American student Amanda Knox and her one-time Italian boyfriend. Lyle Kercher told reporters on Tuesday that the family is still trying to understand how a decision that “was so certain two years ago has been so dramatically overturned.” (AP Photo/Stefano Medici)
Nobel Prizes winner for physics Saul Perlmutter smiles at his home in Berkeley, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 after hearing he had won. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said American Perlmutter would share the 10 million kronor ($1.5 million) award with U.S.-Australian Brian Schmidt and U.S. scientist Adam Riess. Working in two separate research teams during the 1990s, Perlmutter in one and Schmidt and Riess in the other, the scientists raced to map the universe’s expansion by analyzing a particular type of supernovas, or exploding stars. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
A skull returned from Germany is displayed behind glass in the city of Windhoek, Namibia, Tuesday, Oct 4, 2011. With warriors

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