Beirut Disease Fears
A Muslim woman covers her face with a medical mask as she stands with her friend in a street in the devastated southern suburbs of Beirut, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. Media reports in the country warned of an outbreak of several diseases in the area, especially after the whole infrastructure was destroyed in the 34-day Israeli war with Hezbollah.
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Colorado School Horror
Students embrace as they are released to their parents at Deer Creek elementary school after a hostage situation at Platte Canyon high school in Bailey, Colo., Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. A gunman took six girls at the high school hostage, holding authorities at bay for hours before he shot and killed a girl and then killed himself as SWAT team members moved in.
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Crash Site Memorial
A wooden cross stands among wreaths beside train tracks on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006, in Lathen, Germany. A high-speed magnetic train, which crashed into a maintenance vehicle last Friday, is seen, background, at the accident site. Government officials insisted the accident, which killed 23 people, would not halt development of the train's magnetic technology. The accident was reportedly caused by human error.
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A Bangladeshi artist applies the finishing touches to a clay idol of the Hindu Goddess Durga at The Dhakeshwari Temple in Dhaka, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. The four-day long Hindu festival of Durga Puja begins Friday. (FARJANA K. GODHULY/AFP/Getty Images)
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Talking About T.O. ...
Dallas Police spokesman Lt. Rick Watson, left, at a news conference at Dallas Police headquarters, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006, in Dallas. At right is Sgt. Gilberto Cerda. Watson, addressing media reports that Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens tried to kill himself by overdosing on pain medication, said that he could only confirm that paramedics called police to say they were taking Owens to the hospital.
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... T.O. Talks Back
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens responds to a question during a press conference at the Cowboys training facility in Irving, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. Owens denied a police report he attempted suicide, saying he became groggy after mixing painkillers with supplements. He said the confusion likely stemmed from an empty bottle of pain medication found by his publicist.
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Clinton In U.K.
Former President Bill Clinton speaks at Britain's Labour Party conference in Manchester, England, Wednesday Sept. 27, 2006. Clinton has been in the news lately after a contentious Fox News interview where he spoke about his and the Bush administration's efforts to fight al Qaeda.
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Houston Police motorcycles line the road outside the Grace Community Church before the start of the funeral service for Officer Rodney Johnson Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006. Police say Johnson was shot four times in the head as he sat in his patrol car's front seat during a routine traffic stop.
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That's A Lotta Cheese
Donald Diedrich, one of the 100 cheese company workers who won a Powerball jackpot worth $208.6 million in early August, wears a hat celebrating the windfall at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006, in Fond du Lac, Wis.
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An anti-war protester gestures through a bus window while wearing handcuffs after being arrested for blocking the north entrance to the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006 in Washington. Twenty-six people were arrested by U.S. Capitol Police. The nonviolent demonstrators want the House to pass legislation to withdraw troops from Iraq and support a comprehensive plan for peace.
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Miami's Night Lights
Neon lights adorn tall palm trees on a main road leading into Miami Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Sept. 27 2006. The city has a concentration of over 800 Art Deco buildings all within one square mile. The white-and pastel-colored stucco buildings originally built in the 1920's have been restored to their former splendor. Neon lighting used in both exteriors and interior spaces is characteristic of the Art Deco movement.
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