Lebanon In Her Wake
A young evacuee waits to disembark from a ship at the port of Limassol, Cyprus, on Tuesday, July 25, 2006, after being evacuated from Lebanon. The vessel arrived from Beirut with some 150 Americans, most of Lebanese origin, aboard. U.S. officials said the last scheduled evacuations of Americans from Lebanon would happen on Wednesday.
Credit: AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis
The Face Of Mideast Conflict
Ghadir Shaito, 15, lies in a hospital bed at the Rafik Hariri hospital in Beirut, Lebanon Tuesday, July 25, 2006. Three members of the Shaito family were said to be killed and nine injured outside their village near Bent Jbail in southern Lebanon when their convoy was struck by an Israeli air strike after they ventured from their houses after running out of food and water.
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U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, left, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas gesture during a press conference at the Palestinian president's headquarters in the West Bank town of Ramallah, Tuesday, July 25, 2006. Rice, leading the first high-level U.S. diplomatic mission since war broke out in Lebanon, said the time has come for a new Middle East and an urgent end to the violence hanging over the region.
Credit: AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito
Swimming In The Streets
Residents play in floodwaters spawned by typhoon "Kaemi," the seventh weather disturbance to hit the Philippines this year, in the low-lying district of Malabon, north of Manila on Tuesday July 25, 2006. Some residents evacuated to higher ground after "Kaemi" dropped heavy rains that inundated low-lying areas in metropolitan Manila.
Credit: AP Photo/Bullit Marquez
Chinese paramilitary soldiers train in Shanghai, China, Tuesday July 25, 2006. The exercise was part of preparations to mark Army Day, the 79th Anniversary of the establishment of the People's Liberation Army, on August 1. The PLA was established on August 1, 1927 as the military arm of the Communist Party of China.
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Steuben County Sheriff Rick Lewis walks away from the wreck scene where six people were killed near Fremont, Ind., Tuesday, July 25, 2006. It appears the vehicle lost control about a mile west of Fremont, struck a tree, then burst into flames, killing all of its occupants.
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The Night Was A Blur
Hundreds of people dance the "Reboltosa dance" around a bandstand as musicians play in the main square of Tudela, northern Spain, in the early hours of Tuesday July 25, 2006, during the town's annual fiestas.
Credit: AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos
Rocky Times In Congo
A woman supporting the opposition party throws a stone at police during a rally in the city of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tuesday, July 25, 2006. Thousands of opposition party supporters clashed with Congo riot police, burning President Joseph Kabila's campaign posters ahead of historic elections meant to bring lasting peace to the Central African nation.
Credit: AP Photo/Jerome Delay
Santas and their helpers cavort in the ocean at Bellevue beach in Copenhagen, Denmark Tuesday July 25, 2006. Five months ahead of Christmas, more than 150 Santas gathered for the annual World Santa Claus Congress. This year, Santas from Germany, Russia, the U.S. and Japan joined their Scandinavian colleagues.
Credit: AP Photo/John McConnico
Afghan Drought Prompts Appeal
An Afghan woman walks toward a water pump in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, July 25, 2006. As violence grips the country, the Afghan government and United Nations launched an emergency appeal Tuesday for $76.4 million to tackle an "imminent food crisis" in Afghanistan because of drought.
Credit: AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks at a park in La Mesa, Calif., as he begins a campaign bus tour of Southern California, Tuesday, July 25, 2006. Election Day is Nov. 7.
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