Sarah Palin flashes a thumbs up towards her husband Todd as she begins to address a crowd during a stop of the Tea Party Express on Boston Common in Boston, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
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Mourning Continues in Poland
Miners from Katowice line up with thousands of people near the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Wednesday, April 14, 2010, to pay tribute at the coffins of President Kaczynski and his wife in the presidential palace.
Indian villagers take rest under the shadow of trees on a hot afternoon in Mendhasala village in eastern Orissa state, India, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
Heat wave conditions swept several parts of the country with mercury hovering over 40 degree Celsius (104 degree Fahrenheit) in many areas, according to news reports.
Credit: AP Photo/Biswaranjan Rout
Facing Fiscal Crisis in the European Union
Goldman Sachs Bank executive Gerald Corrigan reads a newspaper prior to a public hearing on "Fiscal Crisis in the European Union - Lessons from Greece: Economic Surveillance Statistics, Off-Balance Sheet Operations and Sovereign Debt," at the European Parliament in Brussels, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
Credit: AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert
A Rebirth at the Kumbh Mela Festival
A naked Holy Hindi man takes a dip in the Ganges River during the main Royal Bath at the Kumbh Mela festival in Haridwar, India, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
Nearly 8 million people converged on the banks of the river Wednesday for one of the most auspicious bathing days of the festival that ends April 28. Devout Hindus believe bathing in the Ganges will cleanse them of their sins and free them from the cycle of life and rebirth.
Credit: AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh
Moscow Puts Judge to Rest
Russian police officers and officials carry the coffin containing the body of Moscow City Court Judge Eduard Chuvashov, who was gunned on April 12, outside the court, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
Chuvashov was the judge in several high-profile cases, including the February sentencing of nine skinhead gang members who killed six non-Slavs, and was gunned down outside his apartment in the city.
Credit: AP Photo/ Misha Japaridze
Thai government supporters and royalists, protesting against recent anti-government rallies and clashes, gather under a large portrait of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Bangkok Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
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Combating Terrorism in Greece
Greek anti-terrorist police lead alleged far-left militant Nikos Maziotis past a line of riot police to the office of an examining magistrate at the main Athens court complex on Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
Maziotis and another five people were charged Monday with membership of the Revolutionary Struggle terrorist group, which has carried out a string of bombings against symbols of wealth and state power and fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the U.S. embassy in Athens three years ago. A riot policeman was severely injured during a gunfire attack in central Athens last year.The group also shot and severely wounded a riot policeman last year.
Credit: AP Photo/Dimitri Messinis
Violent Protests Take Over Jakarta
A municipal police officer kicks an Indonesian youth during a violent protest in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, April 14, 2010.
The protest over a historic tomb on government land in the Indonesian capital turned bloody Wednesday, with 90 wounded in clashes between riot police and hundreds of demonstrators armed with machetes and sticks.
The protesters believed city officials were trying to remove the tomb of an Arab cleric who helped spread Islam in North Jakarta in the 18th century. (AP Photo) A protest over a historic tomb on government land in the Indonesian capital turned bloody Wednesday, with 90 wounded in clashes between riot police and hundreds of demonstrators armed with machetes and sticks. The protesters believed city officials were trying to remove the tomb of an Arab cleric who helped spread Islam in North Jakarta in the 18th century.