Faces Of The Year 2008

My final three. The cool:

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US Democratic presidential candidate Illinois Senator Barack Obama gestures as former candidate Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks during a rally in Unity, New Hampshire, on June 27, 2008. By Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images.

The joyful:

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A girl smiles as she plays around near temporary shelters at a camp for Internally Displaced People in Kibati, just north of the North Kivu provincial capital city of Goma on November 20, 2008. Hundreds of thousands of people living in the region have been displaced from their homes due to armed clashes in the region. This particular camp houses some 60,000 refugees. By Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty.

And the cozy:

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A young Meishan pig takes a nap on some adult ones on June 11, 2008 at the Tierpark Friedrichsfelde zoo in Berlin, where the piglets were born on May 3, 2008. The animals are domestic pigs originating from China. By Barbara Sax/Getty.

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