People stroll around the grounded Dutch cargo ship "Artemis" in Les Sables d'Olonne, on France's west coast, Monday, March 10, 2008, after strong winds lashed the coast. Maritime officials said the "Artemis" was approaching the port when high winds pushed it off course.
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Walk In The Park
A couple strolls through a sea of crocuses in the park in Husum at the North Sea, northern Germany, as temperatures climbed close to 50 degrees on Monday, March 10, 2008. An estimated four million crocuses blossom in Husum. Some monks are believed to have planted the first crocuses in the park in the middle ages.
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Mongolian grand champion Asashoryu, right, pushes countryman Kakuryu out of the ring to win their bout on the second day of the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament in Osaka, western Japan, Monday, March 10, 2008.
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Booties Made For Mushing
Four-time Iditarod champion Jeff King puts booties on one of his dogs as he gets ready to leave the Unalakleet, Alaska, checkpoint Sunday, March 9, 2008, about an hour behind defending champion Lance Mackey.
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All Systems Go
The space shuttle Endeavour sits on Launch pad 39-A Monday morning March 10, 2008, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Seven astronauts are making final preparations for Tuesday morning planned liftoff and mission to the international space station.
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Amid The Rubble
A Palestinian boy looks on as he stands in the ruins of a building destroyed in a recent Israeli air strike, in Rafah refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip, Monday, March 10, 2008. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has instructed the army to halt air strikes and raids into the Gaza Strip following a recent drop in rocket fire from the territory, officials in his office said Monday.
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Facing A Firestorm
New York State Gov. Eliot Spitzer makes a statement to reporters during a news conference Monday, March 10, 2008, in New York where he apologized to his family and the public after a report that he was involved in a prostitution ring, but did not elaborate on the bombshell report. The news represents a stunning turn of events for a politician who built his legacy on rooting out corruption.
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Natasha Kai, of the U.S., celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Norway during their Algarve Cup women's soccer match Monday, March 10, 2008 in Alvor, Portugal. The U.S. defeated Norway, 4-0, to advance to the final.