A South Korean riot police officer reacts while blocking anti-U.S. protesters during a rally to protest a plan to relocate American military bases and South Korea-U.S. joint exercises, in front of the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. Thousands of protesters denounced a South Korea-U.S. project to move the Seoul-based American military headquarters and some other bases to Pyeongtaek.
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Cease-Fire At Sunrise
Israeli soldiers, one raising his arms, get down from an artillery piece after they stopped firing at targets in southern Lebanon at an artillery position in northern Israel Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. A U.N.-imposed cease-fire went into effect Monday designed to end a month of violence that killed more than 900 people.
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Reacting To Rubble
Basita Mazloum reacts after seeing the rubble of destroyed houses hit by two Israeli air strikes that killed at least eight and wounded nearly two dozen at the village of Brital near the city of Baalbek in the Eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. Israel halted its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U.N.-imposed cease-fire went into effect after a month of warfare that killed over 900 people.
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Garbage Detail, By George
Boy George, center, who was born George O'Dowd, reports for garbage duty, Monday, Aug. 14, 2006, in New York. The one-time Culture Club singer was ordered to spend five days working for the Department of Sanitation after pleading guilty in March to falsely reporting a burglary at his lower Manhattan apartment. The officers who responded found cocaine instead.
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Sri Lanka Blast
A firefighter works at the site of an explosion in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. An auto rickshaw packed with explosives blew up as a car carrying Pakistan's top diplomat to Sri Lanka passed along a crowded road in Colombo, and at least seven people were killed, officials said.
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Buildings and boats damaged by Typhoon Saomai are seen in Fuding, in southeastern China's Fujian province Monday Aug. 14, 2006. The death toll from the strongest typhoon to hit China in five decades jumped to 255 after the bodies of scores of dead sailors were pulled from the sea. More than 1,000 ships sank in the port city of Fuding.
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Europe's longest wooden bridge spans a valley of the 2007 Bundesgartenschau (German Federal Garden Show - BUGA) area in Ronneburg near Gera, eastern Germany, on Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. The bridge is 787 feet long. The Bundesgartenschau takes place from April 27 to October 14, 2007.
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Floridalma Palma cries after finding out that she lost 4 relatives in a bus accident in Escuintla, 32 miles south of Guatemala City, Guatemala, on Monday, Aug. 14, 2006. A bus plunged over a cliff after losing its brakes and unsuccessfully trying to exit off an emergency ramp, killing 23 people and injuring more than 50, police said.
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British police officer patrols near the departures area of Terminal 4 at London's Heathrow airport, in southeast England, Monday, August 14, 2006. British and U.S. authorities eased restrictions for airline passengers as Britain lowered its terror alert, deeming the threat of attack to be no longer imminent though still "highly likely."
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'One Time, At Band Camp ...'
Lauren Unsen, front, and Sam Chapman, members of the Dubuque Senior High School flag corps, practice along with the rest of the team during a band camp held at the school Monday, August 14, 2006, in Dubuque, Iowa.
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