Phil Collins, left, and Mike Rutherford of the British rock band Genesis announce tour dates after a 15-year break in London Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006. The band has announced a European tour starting in Helsinki on June 11, and ending in Rome on July 14, with a total of 20 dates to play.
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, front center, listens to testimony during his trial inside the heavily fortified Green Zone Nov. 7, 2006, in Baghdad, Iraq. Saddam called on Iraqis to "forgive, reconcile and shake hands" as he returned to court for his Kurdish genocide trial.
On lookers gather at the spot where a school bus fell into the Kali River in Muzaffarnagar, some 75 miles north of New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006. At least two children died and 27 were injured in the accident.
A Palestinian woman stands atop a bed in a destroyed home Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006 in the Gaza town of Beit Hanoun, which was under Israeli siege for 7 days. Israeli forces ended a bloody weeklong operation in Beit Hanoun early Tuesday, leaving behind a swath of destroyed homes, uprooted trees and streets muddied with sewage water from pipes destroyed by tanks and bulldozers.
Wooden crosses stand in a field of remembrance for war dead at Westminster Abbey on Nov. 7, 2006, in London, England. It will take volunteers four days to lay out 28,000 handwritten crosses that carry the names of soldiers killed in action from World War I, II and more recent conflicts including Afghanistan and Iraq.
To The Polls
The voting booths were filled with voters at Memorial Hall in Independence, Kan., Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006.
Balance Of Power
A view of the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. Nov. 7, 2006. As the country votes in the midterm elections, the balance of power in Congress at stake.
Passengers sit inside the Pakistan-Dubai luxury liner Dream Cruise at Karachi harbor, Nov. 7, 2006. The 23,000-ton Gulf Dream Cruise vessel weighs has 550 spacious rooms with a capacity to carry 1,250 passengers and 400 crewmembers. It will run a weekly ferry service between Dubai and Karachi.
A resident of Mathare slum in Nairobi views the aftermath of overnight clashes Nov. 7, 2006, between rival gangs that left five people dead. Vicious gang battles took place between youths allied to the infamous, outlawed "Mungiiki" sect and another known as "Taliban" over control of the shantytowns thriving moonshine trade.
A Turkish soldier stands at the crisis center during an earthquake drill in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006. The three-day mock earthquake drill that began Tuesday is designed to test the earthquake preparedness of the sprawling city of more than 12 million, which experts figure could be hit by a huge temblor sometime in the next 30 years.
Bare trees and some with colorful changing leaves are reflected in a lake in Chappaqua, N.Y., Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006.
Mexican federal police sit on a bulldozer as they keep their barricade in Oaxaca's Zocalo Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006, in Mexico. About 4,000 federal police swooped into the city on Oct. 29 to restore order following a five-month protest that had rattled President Vicente Fox's administration, scared tourists out of Oaxaca and left at least nine people dead, mostly protesters shot by armed gangs.