Elizabeth Rose, a specialist with Lehman Brothers MarketMakers, works her post on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, Sept. 15, 2008. A stunning reshaping of the Wall Street landscape sent stocks down sharply Monday, but the pullback was relatively orderly - perhaps because investors were unsurprised by the demise of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and relieved by a takeover of Merrill Lynch & Co.
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Baghdad, Not Mars
A square in central Baghdad, Iraq, is barely visible through a thick dust storm on Monday, Sept. 15, 2008.
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Awaiting The Day's Catch
Villagers use their sarongs to catch offerings thrown by Hindu worshippers during the Kasada festival at Mount Bromo, East Java, Indonesia, Monday, Sept. 15, 2008. People in the region hold the festival annually and they throw offerings into the crater of Mount Bromo for their safety and prosperity.
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Lying In The Weeds
A one-horned rhinoceros which strayed in Kalcheni village, about 80 miles west of Gauhati, India, Sunday, Sept. 14, 2008, hides from wildlife officials. More than 100 wildlife officials tracked the animal using its radio collar after it strayed from the Assam state's Manas National Park on Sept. 1, but could not capture it until Sunday, fearing that if they tranquilized it in the marshy area it could drown.
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After The Storm
Visitors to the Hollywood Cemetery walk past a casket that was exposed following Hurricane Ike, in Orange, Texas, Monday, Sept. 15, 2008. Several vaults and caskets were exposed after Ike caused flooding in the area.
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Trouble In Tijuana
A police officer passes by a burned car as he guards the perimeter of La Mesa State Prison in Tijuana, Mexico, Monday, Sept. 15, 2008. Prisoners, angered by the alleged deaths of inmates at the hands of guards, rebelled with at least four prisoners being injured.