In Daddy's Arms
Salman Ibragimov, a 3-year-old Chechen boy, is embraced by his father at home in the Chechen capital Grozny, Tuesday, April 10, 2007. Ramzan Kadyrov, who was sworn in as Chechnya's new president earlier this month, vowed to bring prosperity to the region wracked by two wars, growing Islamic extremism and grinding poverty since the Soviet collapse.
Credit: AP Photo/Musa Sadulayev
Russian Proton M rocket carrying a Canadian Anik F3 telecommunication satellite blasts off from the Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, Tuesday, April 10, 2007. The satellite, 10,140 pounds, will supply telephone and Internet services and transmit television and radio signals across Canada and the United States.
Credit: AP Photo/Sergey Ponomarev
Up In Flames
Bernardo Navarro, 73, sits besides his charred house Tuesday, April 10, 2007 in Navotas town, north of Manila. Some 200 houses made of light materials were gutted by fire that resulted in the death of two children.
Credit: AP Photo/Pat Roque
Feud Over Fakes
A Chinese economic police inspector reacts after confiscating fake cosmetics from a hawker that were on sale in Shanghai, Tuesday, April 10, 2007. China hit back over a U.S. decision to file a WTO complaint against it for copyright abuse, warning the move was ill-informed and would damage trade relations. Chinese officials said the U.S. has ignored China's efforts tightening enforcement of its copyright laws.
Credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images
Cracked earth is seen at Wivenhoe Dam on Tuesday, April 10, 2007 in Brisbane, Australia. Wivenhoe Dam is a major source of water to the greater Brisbane area and is at a record low level. Brisbane entered level 5 water restrictions and is the first Australian state capital city to do so.
Credit: GETTY IMAGES/Jonathan Wood
Trip Through Tulips
A cyclist, top, pedals along rows of tulips near the village of Kaag, some 15 miles from Amsterdam, Netherlands, Tuesday April 10, 2007. The first tulips are starting to color the Dutch landscape in the heartlands of the Dutch bulb growing district.
Credit: AP Photo/Peter Dejong
Amal, the niece of jailed Hamas leader Yehiye Sanwar, holds a photo of Sanwar, right, with Samir Kuntar, a Lebanese prisoner held in Israel since 1979, at her house in Khan Younis refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip Tuesday, April 10, 2007. A list of prisoners the Palestinians want in exchange for a captured soldier is the topic for a special session of Israel's Security Cabinet.
Credit: AP Photo/Khalil Hamra
Some members of Rutgers women's basketball team listen as coach C. Vivian Stringer speaks at a news conference on campus in Piscataway, N.J., Tuesday, April 10, 2007, reacting to remarks directed at her team made on air by radio personality Don Imus. The team said they would meet privately with Imus. Players are Rashidat Junaid, from left, Myia McCurdy, Brittany Ray, Epiphanny Prince and Dee Dee Jernigan, all freshmen.
Credit: AP Photo/Mike Derer
People enjoy a sun bath along the river Seine in Paris, Tuesday, April 10, 2007, as temperatures climbed into the upper 60s.
He's The Daddy
Larry Birkhead smiles and raises his hands in the air after a paternity hearing in a Bahamian court, in Nassau, Bahamas, Tuesday, April 10, 2007. DNA analysis released during the hearing has proven that Anna Nicole Smith's former boyfriend Larry Birkhead is the father of her infant daughter, an expert in genetic evidence said.