Green With Algae
Kerry Law from the Science Museum in London, takes a look at a tower of living algae displayed at the museum, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007. Scientists hope that algae, microscopic plants, could make biofuels for the future. The algae is part of an exhibition titled "Can algae save the world? ... and other important questions about solving climate change" which runs until April 2008.
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Public workers demonstrate, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007, in Lyon, French, during a 24-hour strike against the government's reform plans of historic pension privileges. Street demonstrations were planned in some 60 towns and cities, as trade unions tried to force French President Nicolas Sarkozy to drop the plans to reform France's so-called "special" pension systems enjoyed by 1.6 million rail, energy and other workers.
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Bhutto's Back ...
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto is overcome with emotion as she arrived back in her homeland on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007, in Karachi, Pakistan. Bhutto arrived in Pakistan after eight years in self-imposed exile to lead her party into national elections. The party, the Pakistan People's Party, expected more than a million people to greet Bhutto upon her return.
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... Blast Mars Homecoming
Fire erupts from a car in front of a vehicle carrying former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto after twin bomb blasts in Karachi, Pakistan, Oct. 18, 2007. At least 100 people were killed and 150 wounded when two bombs ripped through Bhutto's homecoming procession. The former prime minister was not hurt.
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Victor Pozzo rears his Lipizzaner Stallion "Siglavy Patrizia" in New York's Grand Army Plaza, Thursday Oct. 18, 2007, during a promotion for the group's 37th anniversary presentation of "Dancing White Stallions at Madison Square Garden" on Sunday.
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Breakfast At The Bridge
A man offers a bite of breakfast to his partner in the shadow of London Bridge while the sunrises beyond Tower Bridge in London, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007.
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Flames and smoke rise from a ruptured gas line just off U.S. Highway 69 in Port Arthur, Texas, early Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007. Winds from the south carried the exhaust from the site over nearby neighborhoods. Witnesses said the heat of the flames ignited nearby trees, but no injuries or other secondary damage were reported.
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Rescuers and firefighters try to open a semi-submerged car in search of victims Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007, in an overflowed river in Matagalpa, 90 miles north of Managua, Nicaragua. Flooding in the area has left at least nine dead and forced thousands to evacuate.
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In The Wind
A figure from Anthony Gormley's art installation "Another Place" stands in front of the turbines of the new Burbo Bank offshore wind farm in the mouth of the River Mersey Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007, in Liverpool, England. The wind farm comprises 25 wind turbines and is capable of generating up to 90MW (megawatts) of clean, environmentally sustainable electricity. This is enough power for approximately 80,000 homes.
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Rescue personnel inspect remains of a home destroyed by a suspected tornado, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007, in Pensacola, Fla. The tornado damaged the city's major shopping mall, as a line of violent thunderstorms made their way across the western Panhandle on Thursday.
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