Monica Landrum pauses on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico after a sunrise prayer vigil to commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 in Waveland, Miss. Residents of the Gulf Coast are remembering the victims and survivors of the deadly storm that claimed the lives of approximately 1,600 people.
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Grieving Lost Loved One
Champernell Washington, left, is comforted by Donna Banks as Washington grieves for a relative who died in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina while sitting on the levee wall in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006. Hurricane Katrina forced water through the levee in two places, helping to flood the Lower Ninth Ward.
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Storm Clouds Loom
Vehicles drive by as storm clouds move through the area Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 in Key West, Fla. Rain began falling Tuesday as residents hurried to make last-minute preparations for Tropical Storm Ernesto, expected to strengthen before striking the vulnerable Keys and populous South Florida.
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Puddle Of Fun
Landon Thropp, 17-months-old, plays in rain water at a hurricane shelter where he is staying with his mother and grandfather Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 at Key West High School in Key West, Fla. Rain began falling Tuesday as residents hurried to make last-minute preparations for Tropical Storm Ernesto, expected to strengthen before sweeping over the vulnerable Florida Keys and populous South Florida.
Mourning A Brother
Ayhan Arik is comforted as she mourns at the funeral for her 19-year-old younger brother, Imran, who was killed by a bombing in Antalya, Turkey, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006. The blast in Antalya killed three people a day after a bomb attack injured 21 people, including 10 British tourists, in the resort of Marmaris.
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Rocky Times In Pakistan
Protestors throw stones at police during a riot in anger over the killing of Pakistan tribal chief Nawab Akbar Bugti, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 in Karachi, Pakistan. Gunfire and rioting broke out for a fourth day after the emotion-charged funeral service for the prominent tribal chief killed by Pakistani forces. At least four people were wounded and dozens arrested in southern Pakistan amid widespread violence.
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Up And Over
South African rider Roger Hessen and his horse "Quito," jumps during the Speed-Competition classification of the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany, Tuesday, Aug. 29 2006.
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Fresh Water In High Demand
Iraqi women, residents of the Maaml shanty town area, on the northern outskirts of the Sadr City district of Baghdad, tap potable water from a pipe leading to the northern city of Baquba, 30 miles north of the capital on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006. Each day, hundreds of people with no running water draw clean water for home use as Baghdad's population has swollen with migrants from war torn areas of the country.
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Indian officers take pictures, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 as a U.N helicopter carrying U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan lands at the U.N. Interim Force base in Khiam where four UNIFIL members were killed in an Israeli air strike on July 25. U.N. Annan visited U.N. peacekeepers in south Lebanon a day after Italy and Turkey moved to join the international force there.
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Bringing In The Corn
A young Amish boy stands on a wagon while his family harvest's corn Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2006 in Hughesville, Md. Corn and tobacco in the area are generally harvested in the last week of August.
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