A young girl flashes a victory sign as others wave Korans over their heads outside a Cairo, Egypt, mosque Friday, July, 28, 2006. Thousands of demonstrators chanted anti-Israel slogans and vowed support for Hezbollah, part of protests across the Muslim world on the Islamic day of prayer.
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Smooch For The Sheik
Abdallah Fattouh kisses a poster of Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, in the Hezbollah's stronghold southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, July 28, 2006. Israeli warplanes struck three buildings in a village near the market town of Nabatiyeh in southern Lebanon as they renewed attacks on suspected Hezbollah targets on Friday.
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An Israeli soldier inspects the site of a rocket attack by Hezbollah guerrillas from neighboring Lebanon, in Kiryat Shmona, in northern Israel, Friday, July 28, 2006. Israel decided not to expand its battle with Hezbollah guerrillas in southern Lebanon for now, but the Cabinet authorized the army to call up 30,000 reserve soldiers in case the fighting intensified.
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A layer of crude oil covers the Ramlet el-Beida public beach in Beirut, Lebanon Friday, July 28, 2006. Much of Lebanon's coastline is now awash with crude oil believed to originate from the Jiyeh power plant, 12 miles south of Beirut, which has been ablaze since it was targeted by Israeli air strikes and is said to have leaked about 15,000 tons of oil into the Mediterranean sea, according to environmental groups.
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Not So Easy Rider
An Iraqi man, enjoying a morning ride on his motorcycle, is searched at a checkpoint before the prayer day vehicle ban, Friday, July 28, 2006, in Baghdad. Friday prayer day vehicle ban curfews have been extended to 11am to 7pm in hopes of curbing suicide car bomb attacks on locals gathering for prayers. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)
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A Dip In The Ganges
A boy jumps into the River Ganges early in the morning in Varanasi, India, Friday, July 28, 2006. About 40,000 devout Hindus bathe each day in the Ganges at Varanasi, one of the holiest Hindu sites in India.
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Baby Backlog In Beirut
U.S. Marine Maj. Grover Wright returns two newborn babies to the U.S. Embassy after their evacuation was delayed due to paperwork problems at the port of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday July 28, 2006. The babies were due to be flown by helicopter to Cyprus to join their parents. Some 15,000 Americans, many of them dual citizens, have fled Lebanon since fighting began 17 days ago.
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Pope Packs Up
Pope Benedict XVI acknowledges people cheering as he leaves Les Combes d'Introd, in the Aosta Valley region, Italy, Friday, July 28, 2006. The pontiff left his vacation retreat in the Italian Alps on Friday, heading to the papal residence in Castel Gandolfo in the Alban Hills, south of Rome.
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A child, center, cries as she wades through a flooded street with others, on their way home from school in Ahmadabad, India, Friday, July 28, 2006. Monsoon rains lashed many parts of Gujarat state Friday, flooding parts of Ahmadabad city.
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Landis Eyes Vindication
Cyclist Floyd Landis listens to questions during a news conference in Madrid, Friday, July 28, 2006. Landis said he has naturally high testosterone levels, and will undergo tests to prove he is not guilty of doping at the Tour de France. "We will explain to the world why this is not a doping case but a natural occurrence," Landis said.
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Thomas Lett takes a drink of cool water Friday, July 28, 2006 in Lowell Park, in Bakersfield, Calif., while spending the morning playing in the park with several others from Agapeland Christian Academy daycare. Temperatures were supposed to again top 100 degrees in Bakersfield. More than 100 people are believed to have died as a result of recent heat wave in California.
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