A young Ethiopian Jewish immigrant sheds a tear as he takes refuge in a bomb shelter in Sderot, Israel, from Qassam rockets fired by Palestinians in the nearby Gaza Strip on Wednesday, May 16, 2007. At least 30 Israelis were injured by more than 25 Qassam rockets that have fallen in the area in the past 24 hours.
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Au Revior Jacques, Bonjour Nicolas
Former French President Jacques Chirac waves as he leaves the Elysee palace in a car as successor Nicolas Sarkozy waves Wednesday, May 16, 2007, following the handover ceremony in Paris. During a short meeting, Chirac, 74, stepping down after 12 years as president, gave Sarkozy the codes for France's nuclear arsenal before leaving. (ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images)
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Dog At Play
A dog named Lili enjoys the fresh snow in the mountains of Lofer in the Austrian province of Salzburg, Wednesday, May 16, 2007. After an unusually long spell of warm and dry weather, winter returned to some alpine regions.
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Taiwanese Air force F-16 fighter jets fly in formation as they drop anti-missile deterrents during the second day of the annual Hankuang military exercises, Wednesday, May 16, 2007, off Ilan, central eastern coast of Taiwan. Anti-aircraft missiles streaked across a hazy sky as Taiwanese forces confronted a simulated invasion from rival China in the island's biggest military exercise of the year.
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Path To Petra
Tourists walk through the Siq, a mile-long path that narrows to about 16 feet with walls towering over 656 feet overhead leading to the Treasury, al-Khazneh in Arabic, the famous Petra monument that is carved out of solid rock from the side of a mountain and stands over 131-feet high at the entrance of the ancient city of Petra, Jordan Wednesday, May 16, 2007.
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A cigarette burns Wednesday, May 16, 2007, in London. Businesses and shops are gearing up for the implementation of a smoking ban on July 1 in England after similar bans have been introduced in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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On The Mend
Baby rhino Heini is pictured at his open-air enclosure at the Serengeti Park Wednesday, May 16, 2007, in Hodenhagen, northwestern Germany. Nine-month old Heini, who suffered from an eye ailment, took his first outdoor walk after an operation on May 2.