A piglet named Jasmine who was found by a motorist is fed by a member of the staff at the RSPCA centre in Chesterfield, England, Wednesday Aug. 15, 2007. The piglet, which apparently fell off the back of a truck and onto the road, faced an uncertain future Wednesday as a dispute erupted over who owns the animal.
Credit: AP Photo/Rui Viera
Beam Me Up
A woman fixes the cover of her makeshift house as she feels protected from strong winds under a pile of steel columns Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007, in the fishing town of Navotas, north of Manila, Philippines. Typhoon Sepat hit the country bringing strong winds and rains and forcing the suspension of classes and work in government offices.
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Two flamingos tussle with each other in the zoo in Zurich, Switzerland, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007. The zoo, which overlooks the city and Lake Zurich, is home to more than 250 different wild species, and contains a tropical rainforest mimicking the conditions of Madagascar's threatened Masaola Peninsula, with humid temperatures and sprinklers squirting 80,000 liters of water daily over exotic plants and trees.
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What Price A Penny
Pennies sit in a bin at the U.S. Mint in Denver on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007. Because of a surge in the price of zinc and copper, it now costs the U.S. Mint almost 2 cents to produce a penny. That has some in Congress seeking a change in the way the coins are made, if not removing them circulation altogether.
Credit: AP Photo/David Zalubowski
A flood-displaced child looks on at a temporary relief camp in Rampur village, in Begusarai district, in the northern state of Bihar, India, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007. Devastating monsoon floods have laid waste to much of South Asia in recent weeks, killing more than 2,000 people and displacing millions.
Credit: AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh
Up And Over
A horse clears an obstacle during the first round at the FEI Horse Jumping European Championships in Mannheim, southern Germany, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007.
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Stick In The Mud
A visitor to Iran's largest inland body of water, Lake Orumieh, waits for the areas legendary mineral rich black mud to dry in the sun, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007, during a visit to the salt lake in Iran's Western Azerbaijan province. The waters of the lake are heavily saturated in salt, and the salt and mineral laden mud is reputed to have healing properties for skin and rheumatic afflictions.
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Holding Out Hope
Mine safety manager and member of the rescue team, miner Bodee Allred gives Sheriff Lamar Guymon a hug following an update on the rescue efforts for six trapped coal miners during a news conference at the entrance to the Crandall Canyon Mine on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007, in near Huntington, Utah. Allred's cousin Kerry Allred is one of the trapped miners.