David Miliband

Ed Miliband, left, newly-elected leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, shakes hands with his brother David Miliband, following David's speech on foreign policy during the party's annual conference, in Manchester, England. Labour elected young lawmaker Ed Miliband as its new leader after he narrowly defeated his older and better-known brother David in a contest to replace former prime minister Gordon Brown.

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, talks with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband at the NATO foreign minister meeting in Brussels, Belgium. Clinton is in Brussels for talks aimed at rallying more allied support for the Obama administration's plan to escalate the war in Afghanistan.

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Afghan President Hamid Karzai, right, and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband chat during a meeting at the Presidential palace in Kabul.

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Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband speaks during the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton, England. He urged Iran to heed demands to freeze its nuclear activities, and grant access to a clandestine uranium enrichment plant.

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Sri Lankan protesters throw a burning effigy of British Foreign Secretary David Miliband over the gate of the British Embassy in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The protesters accused the British government of supporting the Tamil Tiger rebel group. The protest erupted hours after the rebels conceded defeat in their quarter century separatist war with the government.

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