Baghdad Bridge Balst
Iraqis inspect Baghdad's collapsed al-Sarrafiyah bridge where a suicide bomber blew himself up in a truck, Thursday, April 12, 2007. The bombing on the bridge which spanned the Tigris River killed eight people. The attack happened during morning rush hour on the bridge which connects the Shiite Al-Atafiyah neighborhood on the western bank of the Tigris, to the Sunni neighborhood of Waziriyah on the eastern bank.
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A colt bites on metal bars as it is stabled before auction at the Easter yearling sales Thursday, April 12, 2007, in Sydney, Australia. The sale is the highlight of Australia's thoroughbred breeding industry, with breeders from around the country showcasing their finest stock in one of the country's largest and richest horse sales.
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On The Slide
A Northwest Airlink jet sits at the end of Runway 28 at Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City, Mich., Thursday, April 12, 2007, after skidding off the runway upon arrival from Minneapolis. No injuries were reported among the 46 passengers and three crewmembers after the jet, en route to Traverse City from Minneapolis, slid about 50 feet off the runway.
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Police officers search for body parts in a drained channel in Hamburg, northern Germany, on Thursday April 12, 2007, after a dismembered body was found there in March 2007. The waterway was drained by police, to enable the search for missing body parts to continue, which is hoped will allow police to make an official identification of the victim.
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Walking In The Rain
Pedestrians carry umbrellas to protect themselves against the rain and wind as they cross Lexington Avenue Thursday, April 12, 2007, in New York.
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Row, Row, Row ...
A couple rows a small boat at sunset on the Berger Lake in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Thursday, April 12, 2007. High pressure was bringing warm summer weather to Germany.
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Beginning Of The Line?
A Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) worker walks in an underground tunnel for the long-proposed 2nd Avenue subway line Thursday, April 12, 2007, in New York. A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the line, one of numerous since the project was first proposed 80 years ago. The first phase of the line is scheduled to be completed in 2013, running from 96th Street to 63rd Street at a cost of $3.8 billion.
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A protestor runs in front of a truck set on fire in Kampala, Uganda, by a crowd protesting government plans to allocate forest land to a sugar company Thursday, April 12, 2007. A mob stoned to death two people of Asian origin and two others were killed as a protest over a prized Ugandan rainforest exploded into racial violence. The protest was aimed at a company that wants to slash part of the Mabira Forest Reserve.
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Safe In Mother's Jaws
An Amazon "onca pintada" (onca panther) carries her baby Thursday, April 12, 2007, in a zoo in Curitiba, Brazil. The onca - which had been living in captivity in a private house for 16 years - was seized by the Brazilian Environment Institute (IBAMA) and sent to the zoo, where she gave birth for the first time.
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