Lebanese Khadijeh Saleh and her son, bottom, react after a building collapsed on their relatives, in the town of Ghassaniyeh, southern Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, following Israeli air raids. Israeli warplanes launched fresh strikes on Beirut's southern suburbs and Lebanon's southern and eastern regions Monday.
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Israeli soldiers discuss their mission, before entering Lebanon from northern Israel, early Monday, Aug. 7, 2006.
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Baghdad Gun Battle
Iraqi children walk past the bullet-ridden windscreen of a vehicle after a gun battle in Baghdad's Sadr City, Iraq, Monday Aug. 7, 2006. Iraqi and U.S. forces raided a Shiite militia stronghold, triggering the gun battle that left three people dead and 12 injured, including five children and two women.
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Ready To Blow?
Mayon volcano spews volcanic ash during its eruption as seen in Legazpi city in Albay province about 212 miles southeast of Manila, Philippines Monday Aug. 7, 2006. the activity prompted volcanologists to raise a five-level gauge to "4" indicating an explosive eruption is imminent. Lava began flowing July 14 and the smoldering mound of molten rocks has been slowly extending down Mayon's slopes.
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China Dust Bowl
A Chinese woman, looking exhausted, pulls out dried crops in the drought stricken region in Yuzhong, northwest China's Gansu Monday Aug 7, 2006. Even as typhoons and floods soak the southern region of China, its northern provinces are struggling with a lack of water.
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Taking A Shot
Rutger Smith of the Netherlands competes in the Men's Shot Put during the European Athletics Championships in Goteborg, Sweden, Monday Aug. 7, 2006.
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Facial For Great Buddha
Buddhist monks and lay Buddhists wearing white coats and masks clean the 50-foot-high Great Buddha at Todaiji Temple in ancient capital of Nara, 236 miles west of Tokyo on Monday, Aug. 7, 2006 in an annual event.
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Back To School In Style
Mary Topper reacts to her friend Lauren Fouty's attire for the first day of school at Mainland High School, in Daytona Beach Fla., Monday, Aug. 7, 2006. Both girls are 15-years-old and are starting 10th grade at the new $58 million school.
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A forest guard speaks on a radio in front of a fire in Cotobade, northwestern Spain, Monday Aug. 7, 2006. There were as many as 80 fires, four of which were burning out of control, requiring the evacuation of two villages. Many fires had been set in numerous places with a clear intention that winds would fan them into one big blaze, said fire department spokeswoman Iria Mendez.
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Worshippers put a burning paper house into the sea to mark the Chinese 'Ghost Festival', Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, in Keelung, 24 miles north of Taipei, Taiwan. Tradition says the month-long festival kicks off when the gates of the nether world are opened for ghosts to make their annual visit to Earth. Taiwanese believe that feeding and entertaining ghosts during the festival leads to a year of peace and prosperity.
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A couple has some fun as they drive down Main Street at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, in Sturgis, S.D.
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A boy swims though floodwaters in Kalyan, on the outskirts of Mumbai, India, Monday Aug. 7, 2006. Some 28,000 people across the western state of Maharashtra have been forced to seek shelter on higher ground in recent days from flood-hit areas.
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Pandas In Hand
A worker handles day old male panda twin cubs at the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006. A 7-year old panda "Qi Yuan" gave birth to the twins on Sunday evening. Weighing 169 grams and 119 grams, the pair were the first panda twins to be born in the world this year.
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