Break From Grim Search
Lebanese Red Cross volunteers sit in the shade as they take a break from searching for dead bodies through the rubble of buildings destroyed in Israeli bombardments, in the southern village of Srifa, Lebanon, Tuesday Aug. 1, 2006. In a major expansion of its ground offensive, Israel has decided to send troops deeper into Lebanon to clear out Hezbollah fighters and secure the territory.
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Car Bomb Casualty
An Iraqi suffering from a serious head wound is taken from the scene of a massive car bomb, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006, in Baghdad. The car bomb exploded near a bank in the Karradah neighborhood, killing at least 14 people and injuring 37, police said.
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Not In Germany Any More
Maj. Gen. Carter Ham watches soldiers parade by during a change of command ceremony at Fort Riley (Kan.) Army post Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. The ceremony marked the return of the 1st Infantry Division headquarters to Kansas after 10 years in Germany.
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Hiram Bernal hangs a Cuban flag on his vehicle outside of a restaurant popular with Cuban exiles in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006 in Miami after hearing news that Cuban President Fidel Castro temporarily relinquished power to his brother Raul after undergoing surgery for an intestinal disorder Monday.
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India Bus Tragedy
Rescue workers look for survivors in an overturned bus at Sonepat, about 40 miles north of New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. A crowded school bus carrying about 50 children plunged into a canal, killing at least six children, Indian media reported.
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Bomb On The Line?
A member of a bomb disposal squad moves a suspicious package for examination after residents reported it may be a bomb in Changchun, northeastern China Tuesday Aug. 1, 2006. Authorities later found it was just a bundle of cables. Chinese police have seized about 6,000 illegal firearms and tons of explosives in a two-month crackdown across three provinces, the government said.
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Victory In Her Sights?
Michelle Wie laughs after pulling her hat down over her face while waiting to play a shot on the 16th fairway during a practice round before the start of the Women's British Open golf tournament at Royal Lytham and St Annes golf course in Lytham, northwest England Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. The tournament begins on Thursday Aug. 3.
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Two boys play with their bicycles in a flooded street in Chiang Mai province northern Thailand on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. Water overflowing from the Ping River has flooded some parts of the city, causing the closure of several schools, and authorities have prepared sandbags to try to prevent further flooding.
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Leading The Pack
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver runs a ball back during special teams drills at Packers training camp Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006, in Green Bay, Wis.
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Watering The Follicles
Groundskeeper Mike Healy gets cooled off by Collin McCarthy as they prepare the field for play at the Vermont Mountaineers game in Montpelier, Vt., Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. The Mountaineers are part of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. Thermometers continued to soar in parts of the U.S. Tuesday, along the East Coast, as well on the southern Plains
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Mike Thorpe pauses to contemplate his next move during the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. More than 8,000 competitors sat down to test their skill and try their luck in the Main Event in hopes of taking home a 1st prize of over $10 million.
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Lighting strikes over buildings in Nanjing, during a storm in China's eastern Jiangsu province Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006.
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