Running In The Street
A Pakistani child runs on a street where clashes between protesters and police are taking place during a protest against the killing of a rebel tribal chief in Karachi, Friday, Sept. 1, 2006. Pakistan's nationalist leader was quietly laid to rest six days after he was killed in a military offensive, with the speedy burial sparking an outcry from his relatives.
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Women mourn their loved ones at a cemetery in Beslan, southern Russia, Friday, Sept.1, 2006. Children, weeping parents and somber-faced officials marked the second anniversary of Russia's worst terrorist attack Friday, attending tearful ceremonies at the burnt-out shell of Beslan's School No. 1 -- where 333 staff, students and other adults died.
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A resident views a big hole in the ceiling of his building following a bomb blast inside one of the apartments, in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday Sept. 1, 2006. A barrage of coordinated bomb and rocket attacks on Thursday across eastern Baghdad neighborhoods killed at least 55 people and wounded more than 200 within about half an hour, police said.
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David Slays Goliath ...
U.S. assistant coaches Jim Boeheim, left, and Mike D'Antoni look on in the closing seconds against Greece in the semifinals of the World Basketball Championships in Saitama, Japan, Friday, Sept. 1, 2006. Greece stunned the heavily favored U.S. team, 101-95, to advance to the finals.
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... And Greece Celebrates
Fans wave Greek flags in the Omonia square in Athens, Friday, Sept. 1, 2006. Thousands of Greeks ran out of their officers and onto the streets in the Greek capital and other cities to celebrate their national team's 101-95 semifinal victory over the U.S. at the world basketball championships in Japan.
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People are silhouetted against a thousand lit balloons seen against the background of Singapore's cityscape, Friday Sept. 1, 2006. The balloons celebrate the launch of the Singapore Biennale 2006, showcasing works of artists globally, held in the city-state over the next two months.
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Two thoroughbreds steam in the cool morning air during their bath Friday, Sept. 1, 2006, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Warm days and cool nights are typical as the Saratoga racing meet reaches its final weekend. Labor Day will mark the final day of the 138th season at Saratoga Race Course.
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Visitors walk past flat screen televisions at the Internationale Funk Ausstellung on Friday, Sept. 1, 2006 in Berlin, Germany. The "IFA" is the world's largest consumer electronics trade fair and runs until September 6.
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James Madison University student Jennifer Williams, 18, of Roanoke, Va., tries to control her umbrella in the gusty wind and rain on her way to class Friday, Sept. 1, 2006, in Harrisonburg, Va. Tropical depression Ernesto weakened as it plowed northward over land, but it still had the punch to lash Virginia with 6 inches of rain, causing flooding, evacuations and knocking out power.
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Back On Line
The Roosevelt Island Tram makes its way across the East River Friday, Sept. 1, 2006, in New York City. The Tram reopened Friday after stranding 69 people for nearly 11 hours on April 18, 2006. The cable cars were upgraded with new motors, emergency provisions and even toilets.
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