Riot police prepare for demonstrators rallying against President Gen. Pervez Musharraf at a road block in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007.
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Striking railway employees raise their fists in a vote to continue their strike, as they block the train maintenance depot in Lille, northern France, Wednesday Nov. 21, 2007. Long-awaited negotiations with striking transit workers began Wednesday, the eighth full day of a walkout that has paralyzed train traffic throughout France.
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Vanumoti, 80, peers from her makeshift shelter in Chailtatoli village on the cyclone-ravaged southern coast of Bangladesh, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007. Six days after Cyclone Sidr crashed ashore, only small amounts of aid were getting through to most places. The U.N. said 3,447 people were confirmed dead, a further 2,062 reported missing, feared dead and 6,611 injured. Many bodies, washed into sea, are unlikely to be found.
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A worker poses in a pit at the Moxinpo Colliery on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007, in Chongqing Municipality, China. According to state media, accidents in China's coal mines claim over 5,000 lives each year, accounting for around 80 percent of the world's total mining deaths.
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A Senegalese policeman gestures in downtown Dakar, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007, during a street hawkers protest. Hundreds of street hawkers rioted in the Senegalese capital over a recent government drive to clear the streets of informal traders.
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Connie Bland takes a nap while waiting at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007, for her flight to Minnesota to be with family for Thanksgiving.
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An unidentified man with a knife, left, is seen with a hostage, right, at the main railway station in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007. The man later was arrested by police, and the hostage released unharmed.