Police and fire personnel investigate the scene of a multiple vehicle accident on the Indiana Toll Road near Bristol, Ind. Wednesday April 26, 2007. Police say eight people died, five in the car wreckage shown, near a rain-drenched construction zone on the Indiana Toll Road, police said.
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Chernobyl Victims Remembered
Relatives of the firefighters who were the first to fight the fire at the Chernobyl nuclear plant when its Reactor No. 4 exploded on April 26, 1986, grieve near the graves of their loved ones at Mitino cemetery in Moscow, Thursday, April 26, 2006. Hundreds of people came to the cemetery where those who died in the Chernobyl catastrophe, the world's worst nuclear accident, are buried, to pay tribute to loved ones.
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Tussle Over Troops
An Iraqi woman looks at U.S. soldiers at a check point in central Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 26, 2007. President George W. Bush and Congress are in a dispute over legislation ordering U.S. troops to begin coming home from Iraq later this year, which the president is expected to swiftly veto when it crosses his desk.
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River Runs Dry
A woman catches some rays on the dried out Ticino river at the Ponte delle Barche (boat bridge) where the Ticino flows into the Po river, Italy's longest and most important waterway, in Bereguardo, near Milan, Italy, Thursday April 26, 2007. The head of Italy's industrialists' lobby warned that the country's factories could be shut down this summer if a feared drought idles electricity plants and causes power cuts.
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Lightening strikes during heavy rain in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, April 26, 2007. Scientists from the UN's top body on climate change predicted in an April report that greenhouse gases would change rainfall patterns, intensify tropical storms and amplify the risk of drought and flooding.
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Firemen hose water onto flames following an arson attack at a central Athens police station, on Thursday, April 26, 2007. Several cars were burned in the incident - the latest in a spate of fire bombings by anarchist arson gangs in the Greek capital.
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Fireworks explode during the 2008 Olympic Torch relay announcement and unveiling ceremony Thursday April 26, 2007. Organizers for the 2008 Beijing Olympics announced what will be the longest torch relay in the games' history, tracing a route that covers five continents and makes politically sensitive stops in Taiwan and Tibet.
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Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, calls on a reporter during his news conference at the Pentagon, Thursday, April 26, 2007. Calling it the "most complex and challenging" conflict he's ever seen, Petraeus says the situation in Iraq is "very tough." He says there have been some improvements since the president's troop buildup began, but Iraq is still going to require "an enormous commitment over time."
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Istanbul Building Collapse
Rescue workers search for survivors on the collapsed building in Istanbul, Turkey, Thursday, April 26, 2007. An apartment building collapsed in Istanbul and rescue teams reached one person trapped alive under the debris, authorities said. It was not clear whether any more people were trapped.
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