Janus, the Geneva Museum of Natural History's two-headed Greek tortoise eats salad while being shown to the press and the public during the official celebration of its 10th birthday Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007, at the museum in Geneva, Switzerland. Janus, named after the two-headed Roman god, was born Sept. 3, 1997.
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German Terror Bust
German security officials lead one of three suspected terrorists, left, from a helicopter to Karlsruhe's federal court Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007. Germany announced the arrest of three people on suspicion of planning 'imminent' terror attacks, with Frankfurt airport and the giant U.S. military base in Ramstein among the reported targets.
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The Royal Air Force's Red Arrows perform during the 'Sky for All' air show near the village of Krumovo, Bulgaria, east of the capital Sofia, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007. The Red Arrows team was in Bulgaria to take part in the three-day air show.
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Ripe pumpkins cover a field on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007, at St. Donat near Klagenfurt, Austria. In the southeastern Austrian districts Carinthia and Styria pumpkins are cultivated mainly for the production of pumpkin seed oil.
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China's Fei Cheng competes on the floor during the women's team final of the Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, southern Germany, on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007. The 40th Gymnastics World Championships are taking place in Stuttgart from Sept. 1 to Sept. 9, 2007. China won the silver medal in the team event.
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Yellow Cabbies Seeing Red
Bill Lindauer, a former taxi driver for 30 years, who now works with the New York Taxi Worker's Association, holds up a sign in front of people waiting in line for taxis on 7th Avenue at Penn Station during the taxi strike on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007, in New York. Some drivers are protesting over the Taxi and Limousine Commission requiring GPS units in taxis.
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An African Union soldier stands guard as the sun sets at the ARC compound in El Fasher, Sudan Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007, during the visit of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. He visited the strife-torn Sudanese region of Darfur Wednesday, admitting the international community has not done enough to end four years of war and human suffering.