Israeli soldiers stand at the ready during the weekly protest against the construction of the Israel separation barrier at the West Bank village of Bilin Friday, Jan. 12, 2007. The barrier, a combination of concrete walls and wire fences, runs more than 400 miles. Israel says is necessary to protect itself from Palestinian militants. Large sections of it encroach on the West Bank, and the Palestinians call it a land grab.
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Mei Lan, a giant panda born at Zoo Atlanta Sept. 6, 2006, explores her new habitat during a preview for the media Friday, Jan. 12, 2007 in Atlanta.
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A Filipino man carries his son on his shoulders as they watch fireworks from Denmark during the "Pyro Olympics" at Manila Bay Friday Jan. 12, 2007 in Manila, Philippines. About ten countries, including Poland, Philippines, China, Australia, Germany, Denmark and the U.S. are taking part in the annual fireworks competition.
Filipino riot police block one of the streets through a squatter settlement leading to the Cebu International Convention Center, background, in Cebu, Friday, Jan. 12, 2007, one of the venues for the 12th ASEAN Summit. Demonstrations were banned around the convention center, but groups of protestors attempted to march. Police broke up an anti-trade liberalization protest and arrested three people.
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Two men look out of a window as flood water is pumped out of the Lowther public house on the banks of the River Ouse in York, in northeast England, Friday, Jan. 12, 2007. A severe Atlantic storm lashed the British Isles and the Netherlands on Thursday, sinking two Irish trawlers and leaving seven fishermen missing while causing widespread disruption to sea and air traffic.
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Indonesian search and rescue members hoist up a rubber boat after searching for a missing airplane in Barru, Friday, Jan. 12, 2007. Part of the wreckage of a missing Indonesian passenger plane that vanished off radar screens on Jan. 1 was found at sea. The Boeing 737 had 96 passengers, including three Americans, and six crew on board when it was reported missing.
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Anti-terrorist officers investigate the area behind the banner emblem of the U.S. Embassy in Athens on Friday, Jan. 12, 2007. An anti-tank shell was fired at the U.S. embassy early Friday, striking the front of the building but causing no injuries. Greek officials said the blast was "very likely" an act of terrorism by a domestic group, raising fears of resurgent violence by far-left Greek militants.
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Geno Sciaraffa of Durango, Colo., pauses after skiing at Durango Mountain Resort as a storm rolled in, blurring visibility Friday, Jan. 12, 2007.