Pictures of the Day: Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012

Posted Sept. 23, 2012, at 6:08 p.m.
New Zealand's Kate Chilcott (bottom) screams in pain as Alena Amialiusik (left) of Belarus gets ups after a crash of the pack during the women's road race of the World Championship Cycling over 129 kilometers (80.6 miles) in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands, Saturday Sept. 22, 2012.
Bas Czerwinski | AP
New Zealand's Kate Chilcott (bottom) screams in pain as Alena Amialiusik (left) of Belarus gets ups after a crash of the pack during the women's road race of the World Championship Cycling over 129 kilometers (80.6 miles) in Valkenburg, southern Netherlands, Saturday Sept. 22, 2012.
President Barack Obama bites into a bratwurst outside Usinger's Sausage given to him by Andy Fronek from Milwaukee Brat House nearby Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, in Milwaukee.
Carolyn Kaster | AP
President Barack Obama bites into a bratwurst outside Usinger's Sausage given to him by Andy Fronek from Milwaukee Brat House nearby Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, in Milwaukee.
Israelis light candles in the shape of  a clock during a protest against the government decision to return to winter clock more than a month ahead of Europe and the U.S. in Tel Aviv, Saturday, Sept 22, 2012. Israel was set to move its clocks back by an hour overnight on Sunday, putting the country on its winter clock more than a month ahead of Europe and the U.S. and adding to the rising anger that many mainstream Israelis feel toward an ultra-Orthodox minority.  Yom Kippur, which begins on Tuesday evening, is marked by a sundown-to-sundown fast. Orthodox religious parties, which have always held key swing votes in Israel's political system, are behind the time change, wanting to decrease the number of waking hours for those fasting.
Dan Balilty | AP
Israelis light candles in the shape of a clock during a protest against the government decision to return to winter clock more than a month ahead of Europe and the U.S. in Tel Aviv, Saturday, Sept 22, 2012. Israel was set to move its clocks back by an hour overnight on Sunday, putting the country on its winter clock more than a month ahead of Europe and the U.S. and adding to the rising anger that many mainstream Israelis feel toward an ultra-Orthodox minority. Yom Kippur, which begins on Tuesday evening, is marked by a sundown-to-sundown fast. Orthodox religious parties, which have always held key swing votes in Israel's political system, are behind the time change, wanting to decrease the number of waking hours for those fasting.
U.S. Navy personnel pull a small boat aboard the USS Ponce, a floating base to support mine countermeasure operations, in the Persian Gulf on Friday. More than 30 nations are participating in an exercise responding to simulated sea-mine attacks in international waters -- a demonstration of international resolve to ensure maritime security in the strategic but volatile region.
Hasan Jamali | AP
U.S. Navy personnel pull a small boat aboard the USS Ponce, a floating base to support mine countermeasure operations, in the Persian Gulf on Friday. More than 30 nations are participating in an exercise responding to simulated sea-mine attacks in international waters -- a demonstration of international resolve to ensure maritime security in the strategic but volatile region.
A South African rodeo cowboy is thrown from a  bull as he is riding in Malmesbury on the outskirts of  Cape Town, South Africa, Saturday, Sept  22, 2012. The second rodeo held in the Western Cape history based on the official rules from American Rodeo club's. Riders try to stay on the bull for up to eight seconds with points being given by officials with one  winner at end day.
Schalk van Zuydam | AP
A South African rodeo cowboy is thrown from a bull as he is riding in Malmesbury on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, Saturday, Sept 22, 2012. The second rodeo held in the Western Cape history based on the official rules from American Rodeo club's. Riders try to stay on the bull for up to eight seconds with points being given by officials with one winner at end day.
Performer John Mellencamp (right) and actress Meg Ryan (center) watch Dale Watson perform at the start of  Farm Aid 2012 concert at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pa., Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012.
Jacqueline Larma | AP
Performer John Mellencamp (right) and actress Meg Ryan (center) watch Dale Watson perform at the start of Farm Aid 2012 concert at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pa., Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012.
A giant painting of North Korean's later leader Kim Il Sung (center) is on display at the Kim Chaek University of Technology in Pyongyang, North Korea on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. The university was founded in 1948 and its digital e-library was created in 2005.
Vincent Yu | AP
A giant painting of North Korean's later leader Kim Il Sung (center) is on display at the Kim Chaek University of Technology in Pyongyang, North Korea on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. The university was founded in 1948 and its digital e-library was created in 2005.

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