Palestinians reflected in the sunglasses of an Israeli solider are seen standing by as a youth is arrested at the Hawara Israeli manned checkpoint which blocks one of the main arteries to and from the northern Palestinian city of Nablus Wednesday, May 2, 2007. The entry and exit routes to the majority of Palestinian cities and towns are controlled by the Israeli military in the occupied West Bank.
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Iraq On His Mind
President Bush speaks about the war in Iraq during his address before the Associated General Contractors of America in Washington, Wednesday, May 2, 2007.
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Walking In The Rain
Rain clings to a window as a man carrying an umbrella walks in the rain among fallen tree leaves Wednesday, May 2 2007, in Lisbon, Portugal. Heavy rain has fallen across Portugal for the last few days.
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Getting Their Kicks
Afghan boys practice kicks during a training at a kick boxing gym in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, May 2, 2007. A group of afghan youths gather at this gym five times a week to practice their favorite martial art. They pay 100 Afghanis ($2) per month for their trainer. In the back ground is the former King of Afghanistan Darul Aman's palace, destroyed during the civil war.
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Eye On The Prize
Kentucky Derby hopeful Storm In May grazes after his morning workout at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., Wednesday, May 2, 2007. Storm In May has been blind in his right eye almost since birth. "Because he's been blind in that eye almost since the day he was born, it just doesn't affect him," trainer Bill Kaplan says. The 133rd Kentucky Derby will be run on Saturday, May 5.
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Nature's Jigsaw Puzzle
Iraqi men remove pieces of cracked earth from marshes in the southern Iraqi town of al-Azeir, Wednesday, May 2, 2007. The marshes have almost entirely disappeared. Saddam's regime had been draining the marshes since the late 1980s during the Iran-Iraq war, and at an accelerated pace since 1991. Saddam ordered the marshes drained as a way to drive out Shiite opposition groups and gain greater political control in the area.
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Gems Of Recycling
A man displays glass stones which were made from recycled glass bottles at a local recycling center in Hsinchu, northern Taiwan, Wednesday, May 2, 2007. Taiwan recycled 2,160,000 tons of garbage from all its islands in 2006 and saved $1.63 billion in cleaning fees.
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A U.S. Air Force F15 fighter jet approaches a KC135 Stratotanker in Romanian airspace during joint exercises with Romanian air force teams started at the Mihail Kogalniceanu air base, Wednesday May 2, 2007. Romania's parliament votes Wednesday on allowing the opening of four U.S. bases in Romania, one of which will be the Kogalniceanu airbase.
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Fireworks light up the sky Wednesday, May 2, 2007, near the new $1.5 billion Bahrain Financial Harbor backdropped by the twin sail-shaped skyscrapers on the Manama, Bahrain, seafront, where fishing boats are docked. Bahrain hopes the project will make the tiny Persian Gulf island kingdom that already is the regional banking hub a major financial capital.
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That Sinking Feeling
Workers stand above and below as water continues to flow at the site of a water main break that left a sinkhole and swallowed two unoccupied cars under University Bridge Wednesday, May 2, 2007, in Seattle.
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