West Bank Battle
A Palestinian militant fires toward Israeli troops during an arrest raid in the West Bank village of Qabatiyeh near Jenin, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. Four Palestinians were wounded when the army arrested an Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades militant, Palestinian sources said. The army said two Islamic Jihad militants were arrested during the operation.
Credit: AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas
Back From The Front
An Israeli tank crosses from southern Lebanon into Israel at sunrise at a border crossing near the town of Metulla Tuesday, Aug. 8 2006. Israel pressed ahead with its war on Hezbollah and is poised to occupy more areas of south Lebanon from which rockets are fired, Israel's defense minister said.
Credit: AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov
Beirut Balcony View
Samir Taan Waheb, standing on his apartment balcony, inspects the adjacent destroyed buildings after an attack by Israeli forces, in the southern Beirut suburb of Chiah, Lebanon, Tuesday Aug. 8, 2006. Waheb and his family fled the apartment shortly after the attack. The raid on the Muslim southern suburb next to a Christian neighborhood killed at least 15 people, police officials said.
Credit: AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis
Market Blast Victim
An Iraqi woman carries her injured daughter, a victim of a market bomb blast, after her treatment from a hospital, in Baghdad, Iraq, Tuesday Aug. 8, 2006. Two roadside bombs exploded in the main Shurja market in central Baghdad within minutes of each other, killing 10 people and injuring 50, said police.
Credit: AP Photo/Karim Kadim
Aid Workers Killed
An unidentified relative of an aid worker grieves after identifying a body outside the base hospital in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. Aid group Action Against Hunger said it found the bodies of two more of its workers after discovering 15 killed last week in Sri Lanka's northeast and suspended its operations of post-tsunami relief in the seaside town of Muttur. A Sri Lankan soldier is at left.
Credit: AP Photo/Gurinder Osan
Bad Bird News
An Indonesian man watches a pigeon fly by at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. A 16-year-old Indonesian boy has died from bird flu, according to local test results that, if confirmed, would bring Indonesia's death toll to 43 and make it the world's hardest-hit country.
Credit: AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana
Ringing In The Vote
Election official Debbie Dvorak rings the bell in front of Lakeview School in Ludington, Mich. Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, signaling that the polls are open in Ludington's first district.
Credit: AP/Ludington Daily News, A. Klevorn
A mother and her children pray in front of lit candles at the Peace Memorial Park in Nagasaki, southern Japan, on Tuesday August 8, 2006, the eve of the 61st anniversary of the atomic bombing by U.S. forces of Nagasaki at the closing days of World War II.
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Full Body Wax
Art conservator Douglas Martenson of Kreilick Conservation applies wax to the surface of the bronze statue of George Washington near the Philadelphia Museum of Art, in Philadelphia Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. Statues such as this are periodically cleaned and waxed to protect against the elements, including acid rain.
Credit: AP Photo/Matt Rourke
Villagers displaced by floods wait for food to be served at a relief camp at Nanded, in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. Monsoon rains triggered floods and caused houses to collapse in western and southern India, killing at least 139 people in recent days.
Credit: AP Photo/Gautam Singh
A helicopter flies through smoke while helping battle a forest fire Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, near Valongo, east of Porto, northern Portugal. Some 300 firefighters have been fighting the fire that started Monday.
Credit: AP Photo/Sergio Azenha
Burnt Down To Frames
Burnt buses sit in a garage that was attacked in a poor neighborhood in the city of Maua, some 25 miles East of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. In violence that has almost become a monthly event in Sao Paulo, authorities said members of the First Capital Command gang mounted 100 new attacks against government institutions and businesses in a bid to show their power on the streets.
Credit: AP Photo/Andre Penner
Lamont Levels Lieberman
Businessman Ned Lamont celebrates his victory over incumbent Sen. Joe Lieberman in the Connecticut Democratic primary, at the Four Points Sheraton in Meriden, Conn., on Tuesday Aug. 8, 2006. To the left is his wife Annie, and in the background, right, Rev. Jesse Jackson applauds.
Credit: AP Photo/Fred Beckham