A folk artist performs a fire breathing stunt at a show to mark International Labor Day at Huayan Temple Tuesday, May 1, 2007, in Chongqing Municipality, China. Chinese people are celebrating the week-long May Day holiday, known as one of the "Golden Weeks" holidays.
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Leftist demonstrators clash with riot police during a May Day rally in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday, May 1, 2007. Turkish police charged into crowds of protesters marking the anniversary of a deadly May Day rally in Istanbul, spraying tear gas and kicking and clubbing demonstrators as they fled. Officers outfitted with helmets, gas masks and truncheons detained 580 demonstrators.
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A worker licks razor wire barricades that block protesters from marching closer toward the presidential palace during a rally in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, May 1, 2007. Thousands of workers held May Day rallies across Indonesia Tuesday, prompting police to deploy forces at landmarks in major cities.
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Civil guards and firefighters work in a building that collapsed in Palencia, northern Spain, Tuesday May 1, 2007. The 5-story block of apartments came crashing down amid smoke and flames after a huge explosion blamed on a gas leak, killing at least four people, and injuring 12, officials said.
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An Indian boy cools off in the water spraying out of a broken public water supply pipe in Gauhati, India, Tuesday, May 1, 2007. Several parts of the country are sweltering in a severe heat wave.
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A vehicle moves through the Zojila Pass, 68 miles north of Srinagar, India, Tuesday, May 1, 2007. The Srinagar-Leh National Highway was re-opened to traffic after remaining closed for six months. The highway passes through the 10,500-foot-high Zojila pass which lies on the lower portions of the Himalayan mountain range.
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Marine One, carrying President George W. Bush, departs the White House in Washington for Andrews Air Force Base where Mr. Bush was to fly to Florida Tuesday, May 1, 2007. Mr. Bush visited U.S. troops at Central Command headquarters later in the day.
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A rare baby Arakan forest turtle is shown at Zoo Atlanta Tuesday, May 1, 2007 in Atlanta. Zoo officials announced Tuesday they hatched one of the rare species earlier this week, the fourth of the brown-and-tan spotted reptiles born there. The zoo is the only facility in the world successfully breeding the Arakan forest turtle, which is on the list of the world's most critically endangered species.