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FILE - In this Dec. 6, 1956 file photo blood streams from the cut eye of Hungarian Ervin Zador injured during a fight with a member of the Soviet team in the closing stages of the Hungary vs. CSSR water polo match in Melbourne, Australia. Hungary faces old rival Russia for a place in the semifinals in men's water polo at the world championships. One previous match looms over the rest, the famous "Blood in the Water" duel against the Soviet Union at the 1956 Olympics, and memories are long in Budapest. (AP Photo/files)

FILE - In this Dec. 6, 1956 file photo blood streams from the cut eye of Hungarian Ervin Zador injured during a fight with a member of the Soviet team in the closing stages of the Hungary vs. CSSR water polo match in Melbourne, Australia. Hungary faces old rival Russia for a place in the semifinals in men's water polo at the world championships. One previous match looms over the rest, the famous "Blood in the Water" duel against the Soviet Union at the 1956 Olympics, and memories are long in Budapest. (AP Photo/files)

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