Amish School Aftermath
An Amish man drives a bench wagon, used in funerals, along Mines Road in Nickel Mines, Pa., Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006. A man armed with three guns stormed a one-room Amish schoolhouse Monday, sent the boys and adults outside, barricaded the doors, and then opened fire on several girls before committing suicide. Five girls were killed, apparently because of a two-decade-old grudge.
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Two men read a newspaper with the headline "Death of Innocents" while standing at a roadblock near the scene of the shooting at the one-room Amish schoolhouse Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 in Nickel Mines, Pa. Officials said a milk truck driver identified as Charles Carl Roberts IV entered the schoolhouse, let the boys and adults go free, tied up the girls and shot them execution style before committing suicide.
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Quick Resolution In Hijacking
A Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-400 plane carrying more than 100 passengers is seen at Brindisi airport, Italy, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006. The plane was hijacked in Greek airspace after taking off from Albania and later landed at the Italian airport. The apparently unarmed hijackers were in negotiations with Italian authorities and later gave up. No passengers or crew were harmed.
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An unidentified survivor surveys the mud-buried homes Tuesday Oct. 3, 2006 in Antipolo, east of Manila, Philippines after heavy rains overnight caused flash flooding and landslides leaving six people dead and six more missing. The incident occurred as the country is still recovering from last week's worst typhoon in a decade that left a wide swath of destruction and left 78 people dead and 69 more missing.
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Iraqis look at the damage to a car in which hidden explosives detonated in Baghdad's Karradah district, Tuesday Oct. 3, 2006. One person was killed and nine more injured.
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France To Butt Out?
A student lights a cigarette in a cafe in Paris, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 in Paris. A parliamentary panel in cigarette-friendly France called Tuesday for the government to ban smoking in public places like cafes and restaurants in less than a year and floated the prospect of special "smoking rooms."
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Making His Point
Joel Bunot, 45, of France, lies on a bed of nails as a woman sits on a board filled with more protruding nails in Deak Square, Nagykanizsa, 150 miles southwest of Budapest, Hungary, Tuesday Oct. 3, 2006. Bunot, protesting against war and land-mines, has toured Europe since 1999 in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales.
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Two frogs on water lily leaves are seen in a pond in the botanical garden in Zurich, Switzerland, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006.
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Heart Of Cranberry Country
In this photo provided by the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association workers corral cranberries with a boom in the form of a familiar shape during the fall harvest Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006, at the Bassuener Cranberry Marsh in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Wisconsin is the top cranberry producing state.
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Neo-Nazi Rally Violence
Riot police arrest an anti-Nazi demonstrator Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 in Leipzig, Germany. Counter-demonstrators protesting against a march by a group of approximately 200 neo-Nazis through the city became violent, hurling stones and bottles at police and setting fire to trash containers in streets near the march route. Police made at least 70 arrests.
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Oakland Athletics pitcher Barry Zito delivers to Minnesota Twins' Nick Punto during the first inning of an American League Division Series baseball game in Minneapolis, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006. The A's won the game, 3-2, to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-five series.
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