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Former professional wrestler Antonio Inoki shouts at a press conference in Tokyo on August 21, 2014.
Yoshikazu Tsuno
AFP via Getty Images
The late wrestler was known for pioneering mixed martial arts, freeing hostages in Iraq and organizing a wrestling match in North Korea that became the biggest-pay-per-view in pro-wrestling history.
This undated photo shows oil executives Jose Angel Pereira, from left to right, Gustavo Cardenas, Jorge Toledo, Jose Luis Zambrano, Tomeu Vadell and Alirio Jose Zambrano in Caracas, Venezuela. The five men were among the seven Americans released by Venezuela as part of a swap with the U.S. government.
Posted on Twitter by Jorge Arreaza/Venezuela's Foreign Ministry via AP
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