President Bush holds up 15-month-old Trey Jones, a frozen embryo adopted baby, from Cypress, Texas, after Mr. Bush made comments about stem cell research in the East Room of the White House Wednesday, July 19, 2006 in Washington. Mr. Bush cast the first veto of his 5 1/2-year presidency, saying legislation easing limits on U.S. government funding for embryonic stem cell research "crosses a moral boundary" and is wrong.
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On The Run
A Lebanese man runs away from the scene in Hadath, Lebanon, where a convoy of trucks was destroyed, after hearing sounds of Israeli warplanes while he was inspecting the damage Wednesday, July 19, 2006. Civilian casualties mounted as Israeli warplanes blasted targets on the southern edge of Beirut and elsewhere in Lebanon trying to destroy Hezbollah's ability to fire rockets on Israel.
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Looking For A Lift
American citizens show their families passports to U.S. Marines as they wait behind barricades in the sweltering heat in a coastal center near the U.S. embassy north of Beirut, Lebanon for their names to be called in order to be processed for evacuation from the war torn country Wednesday, July 19, 2006. Hundreds of Americans wiped tears, hugged relatives and grumbled about delays in evacuation efforts.
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Overcome With Grief
An Indonesian woman, center, faints as rescuers recover the body of her six-year old son at a tsunami-ravaged area in Pangandaran, West Java, Indonesia, Wednesday, July 19, 2006. Earthquake followed by tsunami struck the region and killed at least 500 people.
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A rickshaw puller takes a commuter through a flooded street after heavy rains in Calcutta, India, Wednesday, July 19, 2006.
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Red-hot lava pours down the slopes of Mayon volcano as seen from Legazpi, about 212 miles southeast of Manila, Philippines as it continues its "mild and quiet eruption" for the fifth straight day at dawn Wednesday July 19, 2006. Philippine volcano and seismology experts warn that "explosions are still very possible and the probability of life-threatening pyroclastic flows resulting from explosive eruption remains high."
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Storming The Beach
Vacationers enjoy the beach as Tropical Storm Beryl lurks offshore Wednesday, July 19, 2006 in Nags Head, N.C. Tropical storm advisories were lifted for the Carolina coast Wednesday as the storm moved north.
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Look, Up In The Sky?
A man is silhouetted as he is shaded from the sun while walking past a poster at Farnborough International Airshow in Farnborough, southern England, Wednesday July 19, 2006. The biennial show, which is in its 45th year, showcases aerospace equipment and technology and is the largest aerospace event in the world.
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Maoist rebels, many equipped with imaginary guns, train at Rajthali, about 150 miles southwest of Katmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, July 19, 2006. Top communist rebel leaders have met with senior leaders from Nepal's two largest ruling parties in a bid to resolve differences that have been slowing the peace process after years of Maoist insurgency. (AP Photo/Binod Joshi)
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An information board warns of fire risk caused by days of hot dry weather during a practice round for the upcoming British Open Golf Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Course at Hoylake, England, Wednesday July 19, 2006.
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Pachyderm At Play
Azizah, an Asian elephant, cools herself down in the elephant pool at Whipsnade Zoo, England, Wednesday July 19, 2006. As temperatures in southern England soared, by mid-afternoon, the temperature at Charlwood, near London's Gatwick Airport, hit 96 degrees, the hottest temperature ever recorded in Britain in July.
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Can't Dampen Spirits
A demonstrator walks through the spray of an open hydrant to cool down during a demonstration Wednesday, July 19, 2006, in Chicago. Hundreds of people marched through the downtown area to Chicago's lakefront to call for a moratorium on deportations of illegal immigrants and sanctions on businesses that employ them while Congress debates immigration legislation.
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