Nice Nesting Spot
A pair of white storks nest on top of an unused factory chimney in Cvikov, north of Prague, Czech Republic, at sunset Tuesday, April 3, 2007. The storks migrated from their temporary home in Africa back to Europe in recent days. White storks are gregarious and colonial breeders, and pairs stay together for life. Many of these birds can be seen going through the Straits of Gibraltar and the Bosphorus on migration.
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President Bush speaks about the congressional debate on Iraq war spending, Tuesday, April 3, 2007, in Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Mr. Bush renewed veto threats on both a Senate-passed bill calling for most U.S. combat troops to be out of Iraq by March 31, 2008, and an even stronger House-passed bill demanding a September 2008 withdrawal.
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Residents of Gizo in the Solomon Islands look at boats overturned in the harbor Tuesday, April 3, 2007, that were washed ashore after a tsunami hit the town on Monday. Thousands of people in the South Pacific country's far west spent Monday night sleeping under tarpaulins or the stars on a hill behind the town following a massive undersea earthquake that sent the tsunami waves crashing through the town.
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Technicians work at the reactor building of the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant, some 750 miles south of the capital Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, April 3, 2007. Iran inaugurated two minor plants at its Bushehr nuclear reactor Tuesday, showing it is determined to get the power plant running despite a delay caused by a dispute with Russia.
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Body-painted models pose while advertising a new cosmetic that is supposed to help weight loss, as a man looks on on the street in Seoul, Tuesday, April 3, 2007. Many South Korean women favor cosmetic surgery in the beauty-conscious country. The letters on the body read "Why don't you try."
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Swiss defender yacht Alinghi SUI 91 sails the first fleet race during the first day of the Louis Vuitton Act 13 of the 32nd America's Cup, in Valencia, eastern Spain, Tuesday, April 3, 2007. The U.S.'s challenger yacht BMW Oracle Racing won the first race. Swiss defender yacht Alinghi finished fourth.
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A high-speed French train, with a souped-up engine and wheels, speeds through the Jolny viaduct, near Thionville, eastern France, on its way to breaking the world speed record for a conventional train near Grigny, eastern France, Tuesday, April 3, 2007, by reaching 357.2 mph. The black and chrome train named the V150, bettered the previous record of 320.2 mph, set in 1990 by the French fast train.
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Two White Tree Nymph butterflies hold a branch Tuesday, April 3, 2007, at the Papiliorama, tropical gardens, in Kerzers, Switzerland. The White Tree Nymph prefers coastal mangrove swamps and are common to Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines and Taiwan. More than 60 species of tropical butterflies are flying inside the Papiliorama, an amphitheater about 120 feet in diameter and 42 feet at its maximum height.
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A papier-mache sculpture depicting presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., as a messianic figure is displayed at a gallery Tuesday, April 3, 2007, in Chicago. The sculpture, titled "Blessing," is the creation of School of the Art Institute of Chicago student David Cordero, who created the sculpture for his senior show.
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