U.S. navy personnel unload an AIM-9 sidewinder missile aboard the carrier USS John C. Stennis, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, in the northern Arabian sea. The carrier, backed by a strike group with more than 6,500 sailors and Marines and with additional minesweeping ships, arrived in the Gulf region last Monday. It joined the carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower after President Bush ordered the buildup as a show of strength to Iran.
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At A Crossroads
A Palestinian father waits for a permission from Israeli soldiers to pass with his children in the West Bank city of Nablus, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. Israeli troops killed a Palestinian man in Nablus as the army pressed on with its biggest crackdown on militants in the northern city in nearly a year.
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Dema, a 26-day-old endangered Sumatran Tiger cub cuddles up to Irma, a 5-month-old female Orangutan, at the 'Taman Safari Indonesia' Animal Hospital, on Monday, Feb. 26, 2007 in Cisarua, Indonesia. Irma and another orangutan have been rejected by their mothers while two Sumatran tiger-cubs also born in the hospital, have also been rejected by their mother and are being looked after by staff at the Animal Hospital.
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The entrance to a burial cave in southern Jerusalem was made available by the Israeli Antiquities Authority Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. A new documentary by Oscar-winning director James Cameron which debuts in New York on Monday, will argue that six ancient ossuaries, small caskets used to store bones, discovered in the cave in Jerusalem in 1980 bearing names like Jesus, Mary and Joseph, belong to the Holy Family.
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Stranded Bangladeshis climb down the ladder of a crane from the roof of a building after fire engulfed a building in Dhaka, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. Hundreds of people were stuck in a media tower in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka after a devastating fire engulfed the building, killing at least two and injuring dozens, police and officials said.
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A patient recovering from dengue fever at the hospital for tropical diseases in Asuncion, Paraguay, Monday, Feb. 26 , 2007. The Paraguayan parliament approved a national emergency law on dengue Monday. The government officially announced that about 13,000 people has been infected and four killed by dengue since the beginning of 2007. The political opposition claimed 130,000 were infected and 11 killed.
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A painted stork and pelicans are seen at Uppalapadu village in Guntur district, India, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. The birds migrate from Australia and Siberia in the months of August and September and migrate back in March after laying and hatching eggs. The villagers of Uppalapadu, home to 60 species of migratory birds, had given up a portion of the village pond to the birds in an effort to welcome the winged visitors.
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Firefighters help a tourist leave a hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. The marquis of the "Canada" hotel in the Copacabana beach district collapsed Monday, killing two people and injuring six on one of Rio's busiest avenues.
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Bruce Crandall of Manchester, Wash., right, kisses his wife Arlene, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, after President Bush, not shown, awarded him the Medal of Honor.
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A baby undergoes a medical exam Monday, Feb. 26, 2007 in Vilankulo, in the coastal Inhambane province of Mozambique, after a cyclone swept through last week. Cyclone Favio hit Mozambique just days after disastrous floods left at least 10 people dead and 70 injured in the east of the country, a Red Cross official said.
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Iraqi army soldiers evacuate a wounded comrade from the Iraqi ministry of public works, Monday, Feb. 26, 2007. The soldier was wounded when an explosion ripped through a meeting hall in the building during a visit by Vice President Adel Abdul Mahdi. Medics at a nearby hospital said at least four people were killed, including two women, and 26 others wounded in the blast. Iraq's Shiite VP was slightly wounded.
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