In the Swim
Caitlin Mc Clatchey, from Great Britain, swims during a Women's 200 Meter Freestyle heat race at the European Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006.
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Carrying effigies of U.S. President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Iraqi Shiites gather in a mass demonstration against Israel's bombing of Lebanon Aug. 4, 2006, in the Sadr City area of Baghdad, Iraq. Over 200,000 Shiites filled the streets of the Shiite dominated Sadr City slum to attend a rally in support of Lebanon after Friday prayers.
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A Kashmiri woman shelters her child from the rain by covering him with her veil during a heavy downpour in Srinagar, India, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006. The Kashmir valley witnessed heavy rainfall Friday.
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Smoke and fire rises after an Israeli air strike hit the suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006. Israel pounded Hezbollah's southern Beirut strongholds with missiles early Friday and, in a sharp expansion of its bombing of Lebanon, targeted bridges for the first time in the Christian heartland north of the capital.
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'The Hills Are Alive...'
Cows graze on a snow-covered pasture of the Flueelapass, near the town of Davos, Switzerland, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006. Heavy rain hit parts of Switzerland on Friday, with snow falling at higher elevations.
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Houston Texans punter Chad Stanley punts the ball during special teams practice inside the team's air-conditioned practice facility during NFL training camp Friday, Aug. 4, 2006 in Houston.
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Celebrating A Saint
A man with oil on his body takes part in a celebration for Santo Domingo, or Saint Dominic, patron saint of Managua, Nicaragua, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006.
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Ode In the Road
What is claimed to be the world's longest poem, written by French public notary Patrick Huet, is stretched to almost one kilometre (0.62 miles) on a car-race track in Champier, southeast France, Aug. 4, 2006
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An Arab Israeli victim of a Hezbollah rocket is carried for burial on Aug. 4, 2006, near Israel's northern border with Lebanon in Ma'Alot, Israel. The previous day, Israel suffered it's worst casualties of the conflict with Hezbollah, with eight civilians killed in rocket attacks and another four soldiers who died in fighting.
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Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon addresses the media Friday, Aug. 4, 2006, at City Hall in Phoenix, Ariz., to announce the arrests of two men in connection to the Phoenix serial killer case that has been pending since May 2005.
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Israeli Arabs look at the car where a man was killed by a rocket fired by Hezbollah guerrillas from Lebanon in the Israeli Arab village of Majdel Krum in northern Israel, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006. Two Israeli Arabs were killed following the attack, one of them in Majdel Krum.
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An Israeli warplane flies past the moon over the southern port city of Tyre late Aug. 4, 2006. Israeli fighter bombers pounded areas north and south of Lebanon Friday, killing at least 38 people, as Israel's largest city Tel Aviv braced for a rain of retaliatory Hezbollah rocket fire.
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