Victims' Families Speak
Patricia Belanger, center, mother of The Station nightclub fire victim Dina A. DeMaio, is restrained by her daughters Kristen, right, after her victim impact statement Friday, Sept. 29, 2006 at the Kent County Courthouse in Warwick, R.I. Following the victim impact statements, sentences for club owners Michael and Jeffrey Derderian will be handed down. One hundred people died in the fire on February 20, 2003.
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A Pakistani police officer keeps guard as Muslims attend the first Friday prayer during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan at a mosque in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating the holy month, where observants fast from dawn till dusk.
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Soyuz Sets Down
The Soyuz space capsule, under the parachute, lands in northern Kazakstan Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. The capsule, carrying the world's first woman space tourist, Iranian-born U.S. national Anousheh Ansari, Pavel Vinogradov of Russia and U.S. astronaut Jeffrey Williams, touched down softly in Kazakh steppe.
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A bomb threat is shown painted on exterior wall of Superior High School in Superior, Wis., Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. Students were sent home when they arrived at the school because of the bomb threat. Police searched the school and were meeting with district administrators and could provide no immediate comment.
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Cats On The Prowl
Tigers approach a jeep carrying tourists at a safari park in eastern China's Zhejiang province Friday Sept. 29, 2006. Environmentalists accused India and China of doing almost nothing to stem the rapid decline of tigers in the wild, saying the big cats will likely vanish completely within a few years without intervention. Trade in poached Indian tigers is flourishing across the border in Chinese-controlled Tibet.
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Precarious Painting Perch
A painter traverses scaffolding while painting part of the entrance to the Royal Plaza in Bangkok Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. The Thai junta pledged to withdraw its tanks and troops from Bangkok and hand over security operations to the police by next week, after it appoints a new interim prime minister.
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A cockerel, one of thousands on display in the Poultry Hall keeps and eye on passersby at the Royal Melbourne Show, in Melbourne Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. The show brings the best of rural life to the big city with everything from wood chopping to show jumping, the best cows, sheep, cattle, dogs, cats and poultry. Children are able to get up close to the animals.
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This spectacular image provided by the European Space Agency on Friday, Dept. 29, 2006, shows the transit of the International Space Station and Space Shuttle Atlantis (center left) in front of the Sun in an image taken Sept. 17, 2006, by amateur photographer Thierry Legault in Mamers, Normandy, France.
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More School Horror
A girl weeps as she is led out of Weston High School Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, in Cazenovia, Wis. A 15-year-old student walked into a rural school with a gun and shot the principal three times before he was taken into custody, authorities said. The principal was in critical condition. All the students were reported safe.
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Gliding Into The Sunset
A pilot of a motorized paraglider flies over the setting sun near the town of Dunakeszi, just north of the Hungarian capital of Budapest, Friday, Sept. 29, 2006.
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