Vice President Dick Cheney, second from left, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, second right, stand with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace, right, and U.S. Army Chaplain Lt. Col. William O. Barefield, during the playing of "America the Beautiful" at a memorial ceremony on the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks Monday, Sept. 11, 2006 at the Pentagon.
Mourning Her Mom
Patricia Smith, the daughter of police officer Moira Smith, who was killed five years ago, holds the hand of her father James Smith on stage during the reading of names of victims of Sept. 11, 2001 during ceremonies at Ground Zero Monday, Sept. 11, 2006 in New York. The 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States killed nearly 3,000 people.
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Jim Spess of Breinigsville, Pa., ties a piece of leather to the temporary memorial to United Flight 93 at sunrise in Shanksville, Pa., Monday Sept. 11, 2006, the fifth anniversary of the crash of the plane believed headed to Washington on a suicide mission until passengers confronted the hijackers and the jet went down in a field, killing all on board.
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Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein testifies during his trial in Baghdad, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. Hussein's second trial, on charges of genocide in connection with a crackdown on Kurds, resumed after a 19-day hiatus. Saddam and six co-defendants face a possible death penalty for the killings of tens of thousands of Kurds during the Anfal campaign, a massive military assault in northern Iraq in the 1980s.
Credit: AP Photo/Erik de Castro
Back Home In Bavria
Pope Benedict XVI blesses visitors before a mass in the basilica of Altoetting, southern Germany, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. The German-born Benedict is on a six-day visit to his native Bavaria region of Germany.
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Italian U.N. peacekeepers patrol past a poster showing Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, right, and Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, left, with Arabic writing reading "Like light from the light," in the southern village of Kalaway, Lebanon, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. 3,250 U.N. peacekeepers have fanned out across south Lebanon, part of a force planned to reach 15,000.
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Spy In The Sky
A H-2A rocket, carrying an intelligence-gathering satellite, lifts off from Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, southern Japan, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. Japan launched its third spy satellite into space amid concerns about neighboring North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile programs.
Credit: AP/Kyodo News, Mikihiro Yagai
A Kiss From Mrs. Marcos
Imelda Marcos blows a kiss to supporters during the 89th birthday commemoration of her late husband, former strongman Ferdinand, in Ilocos Norte, northern Philippines on Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. Imelda, who fascinated the world with her huge shoe collection, has kept a low profile in recent years, but may make a political comeback by running for mayor of Manila next year, her daughter, Rep. Imee Marcos, said.
Credit: AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Baghdad Bus Explodes
Iraqis look at the wreckage of a mini bus, in Baghdad, Monday, Sept.11, 2006. The mini bus exploded near an army recruiting center in central Baghdad, killing at least 12 people and injuring 2, the Defense Ministry said. No further details were available and it was unclear if the explosion was the result of a suicide attack. Such mini buses are often used by suicide bombers.
Credit: AP Photo/Karim Kadim
A Big Baby
A mother hippopotamus with her newborn baby are seen at Alipore Zoological Garden in Calcutta, India, Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. The baby was born on Sept. 1 in what zoo officials claim to be the first hippopotamus birth in the zoo's history.
Credit: AP Photo/Bikas Das