A newborn elephant is treated by a veterinarian, not pictured, at the state zoological park in Gauhati, India, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Forest officials rescued the abandoned elephant cub which is estimated to be two weeks old from the reserve forests.
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A young couple kisses after covering their bodies with black mud at a lake near the Black Sea town of Pomorie, Bulgaria, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. It is believed that the mud from the lake cures rheumatism and other body ailments.
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Using Her Head
An Afghan girl carries a pot on top of her head through an old area of Ghazni, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Taliban militants who have been holding 19 South Koreans for more than a month renewed a threat on Wednesday to kill them if their demands are not met. A purported rebel spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahed, said some of the captives were sick and they were also suffering from lack of proper food.
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MiG-35 fighter jets fly over the golden onion domes of a church while taking part in the International Aviation and Space Salon 'MAKS-2007' at Zhukovsky airfield, outside Moscow, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Russia unveiled a mock-up of the pilotless bomber plane Skat, which means 'stingray,' that its builders say will be even better than the famous U.S. stealth fighter at evading enemy radars and anti-aircraft fire.
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Gaga For Games
Fairgoers test computer games while visiting the Games Convention Computer Games Fair, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007 in Leipzig, eastern Germany. Organizers of Europe's largest show for interactive entertainment expect 200,000 visitors during the event being held thru Aug. 26.
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A U.S. soldier points a flashlight that is affixed to his rifle at a group of Iraqis as his unit searches their house as part of operations along the Tigris River, south of Baghdad, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Operation Marne Husky was launched as part of a U.S. military strategy of quick strikes launched on suspected al Qaeda hideouts in an effort to stem the flow of weapons into Baghdad.
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Trash And Burn
Palestinian boys burn garbage piles in Gaza City Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Municipal workers including garbage collectors in the territory have been on strike for nine days due to a lack of pay. When asked to describe the situation in Gaza after the Islamist group Hamas takeover, 46.7 percent said it was worse, 27.1 percent said it was better, and 21.1 percent said it had not changed, according to a new survey.
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A firefighter holds the helmet of firefighter Joseph Graffagnino at his funeral Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Graffagnino was killed along with another firefighter battling a blaze over the weekend at the abandoned Deutsche Bank building next to Ground Zero.
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Lynn Partington holds up a phone line and a lamp as he went through the rubble of his home overlooking the Mississippi River Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007 in Brownsville, Minn. The home was flattened by a landslide from the hill behind it due to the heavy rains which deluged Minnesota and parts of the Midwest last weekend. Water levels remain high and more rain is expected in some areas.
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