A child reacts while receiving a vaccination, in the Danube Delta village of Murighiol, Romania 180 miles east of Bucharest, Thursday Nov. 29, 2007. An outbreak of the deadly H5N1 avian flu virus occurred at a farm in the village, according to health officials.
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Two unidentified pedestrians look at the Christmas lights that illuminate the Linden trees on the boulevard "Unter den Linden" in Berlin, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007. The trees are decorated with lights every year at Christmas.
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Driving With The Bulls
A young bull runs between vehicles on a road in Ciudad Rodrigo, central Spain, Thursday Nov. 29, 2007. The bull escaped from a truck on its way to a slaughterhouse and was eventually caught by police, according to news reports.
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Quite A Spectacle
Stuart Haygarth hangs his spectacle chandelier at The Lighthouse, Scotland's national Architecture Design Centre on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, in Glasgow, Scotland. The 7-foot chandelier is made of over 1,000 pairs of glasses, and is one of a range of products the designer has made out of recycled products.
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A Bangladeshi woman stands in her damaged house in the Southern Bangladeshi village of South Khali, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007. More than 3,400 people are confirmed dead after powerful Cyclone Sidr ripped through Bangladesh's southern and central districts on Nov. 15. Thousands more are missing and feared dead and an estimated 280,000 are still without shelter.
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An Armored Personnel Carrier keeps guard inside the damaged lobby of the Manila Peninsula Hotel in Makati, south of Manila, Philippines on Thursday Nov. 29, 2007. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo quickly quashed her latest crisis, dispatching troops and SWAT teams when dissident military officers commandeered the five-star hotel after walking out of their coup trial.
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A U.S soldier serving in a NATO-led peacekeeping mission holds the American flag in NATO's Camp Nothing Hill in northern Kosovo on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2007. U.S. peacekeepers deployed to Kosovo's contentious north a day after talks between ethnic Albanians and Serbia failed to resolve claims over the province, stoking fears of renewed violence.