Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin gesture at the same time during a joint press conference after their meeting in New Delhi, India, Thursday Jan. 25, 2007. Putin offered to build four new nuclear reactors for energy starved India, cementing his country's traditional role as India's main nuclear benefactor.
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Dogs Days Almost Done
A dog and a pig are shown during a promotional event at a Hong Kong shopping mall Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007, to celebrate the upcoming change of the year from the Year of the Dog to the Year of the Pig as the Chinese Lunar New Year begins on February 18.
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Fatah Is 42
A Palestinian gunman from the Fatah Movement holds his rifle at a rally marking the 42nd anniversary of the Fatah Movement next to the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007. In the 12 months since Islamic Hamas militants defeated Fatah in Palestinian parliamentary elections, the Palestinian Authority has been ostracized by the most powerful governments in the world.
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Battered In Beirut
Lebanese schoolchildren are seen behind the shattered windshield of their school bus, as they flee heavy clashes in Beirut, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007. One person was killed and about 20 injured Thursday as demonstrators from rival political factions wielding clubs and throwing rocks fought street battles across the capital.
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Bracing For Big Chill
Steam rises from Lake Champlain at Wilcox Dock in Plattsburgh, N.Y., as the sun rises Thursday Jan. 25, 2007, Northern New England is bracing for temperatures expected to dip well below zero for the next few days.
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Israeli soldiers stand behind barricade as Palestinian citizens attach flags to the fencing placed in the center of the West bank town of Hebron Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007. Palestinians and foreign supporters demonstrated close to the Tal Rumeida Jewish settlement checkpoint demanding freedom of movement in their town as all roads leading to or close to Jewish settler homes were blocked, making movement close to impossible.
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Not wedded To Winter
"Groom" Axel kisses his "bride" Lea as two bridesmaids look on during the so-called Sorbian birds wedding, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007, at a kindergarten in Cottbus, eastern Germany. Children of Sorbian origin traditionally hold the symbolic wedding to celebrate the upcoming end of the winter. The Sorbs are a small segment of Slavic people, living as a minority in the German states of Saxony and Brandenburg.
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Milk producer Arturo Huerta spills milk on a street in front of the Secretary of Agriculture building during a protest about milk prices in Mexico City, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007. The Mexican milk producers say they are underpaid for their product.
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Night Falls In Baghdad
The sun sets at a U.S. military base Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007. Troops here are spreading out from the large bases into smaller outposts in Baghdad as the effort shifts to pacifying the Iraqi capital.