A window cleaner wipes the glass roof of the shopping mall at the "World Trade Center" in Dresden, eastern Germany, at a height of 95 feet on Monday, May 5, 2008. Protected by a special rope system, the cleaners wipe the 2,700-square-yard glass roof twice a year.
Credit: AP Photo/Matthias Rietschel
An aerial view showing farmers seen as small dots in a yellow patch in tulip fields in northern Netherlands, Monday May 5, 2008. Tulips are left outside to flower in the fields for the cultivation of bulbs. Flowers are a symbol of the country and one of its major export products.
Credit: AP Photo/Peter Dejong
Officer Susan Pollick places a stuffed animal at a memorial for Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski in Philadelphia, Monday, May 5, 2008. Liczbinski was shot with an assault rifle while responding to a bank robbery Saturday.
Credit: AP Photo/Matt Rourke
An Indonesian man plants rice Monday, May 5, 2008, outside Yogyakarta, Indonesia. World rice prices have risen sharply because of growing demand and poor weather in some rice-producing countries. Some Asian countries, including Vietnam and Cambodia, have curbed rice exports to guarantee their own supplies.
Credit: AP Photo/Slamet Riyadi
Fist Of Fury
A soldier from the South Korean army special forces breaks stone plates during a demonstration of South Korea's martial art for Children's Day at the War Museum in Seoul, Monday, May 5, 2008.
Credit: AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon
Cinco de Mayo
A man dressed as a revolutionary Zacapoaztla Indian soldier takes part in a Cinco de Mayo celebration in Mexico City, Monday, May 5, 2008. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the victory of an ill-equipped Mexican army over French troops in Puebla on May 5, 1862.
Credit: AP Photo/Gregory Bull
A two-month-old yet to be named black Jaguar plays with zoo employee Martin Gallardo, left, at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima, Monday, May 5, 2008. The cub is the third black Jaguar born in captivity in Peru.
Credit: AP Photo/Martin Mejia
A Myanmar Buddhist monk makes his way past a fallen tree following a devastating cyclone, Sunday, May 4, 2008, in Yangon. The death toll from the cyclone has risen to almost 4,000, a Myanmar state radio station has said. The radio station broadcasting from the country's capital Naypyitaw said Monday that almost 3,000 more people are unaccounted for in a single town in the country's low-lying Irrawaddy River delta area.