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GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SMZ4 
August 09, 2007 
A passenger stands beside a local train during a warning strike at Berlins Alexanderplatz station August... 
Berlin, Germany 
A passenger stands beside a local train during a warning strike at Berlins Alexanderplatz station 
A passenger stands beside a local train during a warning strike at Berlins Alexanderplatz station August 9, 2007. Local rail transport in Hamburg and Berlin is disrupted by warning strikes again on Thursday when workers in the rebellious train drivers union GDL walked off the job during the morning rush hour. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1SMYU 
August 09, 2007 
A passenger waits for a local train during a warning strike at Berlin's Alexanderplatz station August... 
Berlin, Germany 
A passenger waits for a local train during a warning strike at Berlin's Alexanderplatz station 
A passenger waits for a local train during a warning strike at Berlin's Alexanderplatz station August 9, 2007. Local rail transport in Hamburg and Berlin is disrupted by warning strikes again on Thursday when workers in the rebellious train drivers union GDL walked off the job during the morning rush hour. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SM81 
August 08, 2007 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin central railway station August 8, 2007. German... 
Berlin, Germany 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin central railway station 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin central railway station August 8, 2007. German train drivers have suspended plans to hold the first nationwide rail strikes in 15 years after a court banned the stoppages but the pay dispute with rail operator Deutsche Bahn continues and the prospect of industrial action still looms. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL/
RTR1SM7W 
August 08, 2007 
A crack of one of the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial is pictured in Berlin August 8, 2007.... 
Berlin, Germany 
A crack of one of the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial is pictured in Berlin 
A crack of one of the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial is pictured in Berlin August 8, 2007. Cracks have emerged in around 400 of the 2,711 concrete blocks of the two years old monument that sits between the Brandenburg Gate and the buried remains of Adolf Hitler's bunker in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL/
RTR1SM7V 
August 08, 2007 
A man jumps atop the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial in Berlin August 8, 2007. Cracks have... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man jumps atop the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial in Berlin 
A man jumps atop the concretes of the 'Holocaust Mahnmal' memorial in Berlin August 8, 2007. Cracks have emerged in around 400 of the 2,711 concrete blocks of the two years old monument that sits between the Brandenburg Gate and the buried remains of Adolf Hitler's bunker in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) 
RUGBY
RTR1SM7L 
August 08, 2007 
Scotland rugby union team captain Jason White poses for photographers after a news conference at Murrayfield... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Scotland rugby union team captain White poses for photographers during a photocall at Murrayfield Stadium... 
Scotland rugby union team captain Jason White poses for photographers after a news conference at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland, August 8, 2007. White will make his return to international rugby after seriously injuring his knee when he captain's Scotland against Ireland this Saturday at Murrayfield Stadium as part of the Autumn tests series. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN) 
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/
RTR1SM79 
August 08, 2007 
A man transports his bicycle through a flood-hit area of the Darbhanga district, about 200 km (126 miles)... 
Darbhanga, India 
A man transports his bicycle through a flood-hit area of the Darbhanga district 
A man transports his bicycle through a flood-hit area of the Darbhanga district, about 200 km (126 miles) north from the eastern Indian city of Patna, August 8, 2007. Climate change might get some blame for South Asia's catastrophic floods, but government ineptitude has dramatically magnified the misery facing tens of millions of people in India, aid groups and experts say. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA) 
OLYMPICS-BEIJING/
RTR1SM6B 
August 08, 2007 
Performers take part in a lion dance display during the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th... 
Beijing, China 
Performers take part in a lion dance display during the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th... 
Performers take part in a lion dance display during the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th Olympic Games in Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 8, 2007. China invited the world to the 2008 Beijing Olympics with a dazzling song-and-dance and fireworks display on Wednesday, but the cheers and shouts of 10,000 beaming citizens could not mask concerns about pollution. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/KOREA
RTR1SM5G 
August 08, 2007 
People hold candles in front of yellow ribbons at a vigil for the safe return of the Korean hostages... 
Seoul, South Korea 
People hold candles in front of yellow ribbons at a vigil for the safe return of the Korean hostages... 
People hold candles in front of yellow ribbons at a vigil for the safe return of the Korean hostages kidnapped by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, near the U.S. embassy in Seoul August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM50 
August 08, 2007 
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the... 
Guildford, United Kingdom 
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease near Guildford... 
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the protection zone near Normandy, near Guildford in south east England, August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN) 
INDIA-TIBET/PROTEST
RTR1SM4S 
August 08, 2007 
A Tibetan living in exile attends a protest in New Delhi August 8, 2007. Thousands of Tibetans marched... 
New Delhi, India 
A Tibetan living in exile attends a protest in New Delhi 
A Tibetan living in exile attends a protest in New Delhi August 8, 2007. Thousands of Tibetans marched through New Delhi on Wednesday, shouting slogans and waving flags in protest against China's actions in Tibet at the start of the one-year countdown to the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM4N 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CGPI
RTR1SM4D 
August 08, 2007 
Buildings are seen by night in Tokyo August 8, 2007. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) will unveil a revamp of... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Buildings are seen by night in Tokyo 
Buildings are seen by night in Tokyo August 8, 2007. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) will unveil a revamp of wholesale price data in December to reflect trends in Japan's economy, which will probably result in a downward revision of recent price data, BOJ officials said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
KENYA/
RTR1SM47 
August 08, 2007 
A Maasai man awaits the start of celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People... 
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya 
A Maasai man awaits the start of celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People... 
A Maasai man awaits the start of celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
KENYA/
RTR1SM46 
August 08, 2007 
An elderly Maasai woman attends celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People... 
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya 
An elderly Maasai woman attends celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People... 
An elderly Maasai woman attends celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
JAPAN
RTR1SM3Y 
August 08, 2007 
A man takes a photograph of the Tokyo skyline August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
Tokyo, Japan 
A man takes a photograph of the the Tokyo skyline 
A man takes a photograph of the Tokyo skyline August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
KENYA/
RTR1SM3W 
August 08, 2007 
Maasai women sing during celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot,... 
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya 
Maasai women sing during celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot... 
Maasai women sing during celebrations ahead of International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
OLYMPIC-HONGKONG/
RTR1SM3C 
August 08, 2007 
A man walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong August 8, 2007.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong 
A man walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. Capitalist Hong Kong, famed for its world-class horse racing culture, will host Olympic equestrian events in the August 2008 Games, after Beijing said it couldn't guarantee a disease-free area for horses in the capital. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA) 
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM3B 
August 08, 2007 
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of... 
Guildford, United Kingdom 
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Merrist Wood Campus near Guildford in south east... 
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of which specialises in countryside and animal management, as a precaution against a local outbreak of foot and mouth disease, near Guildford in south east England August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN) 
HONGKONG/
RTR1SM3A 
August 08, 2007 

An obstacle is seen at the competition arena for the equestrian jump event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic... 
Hong Kong, China 
An obstacle is seen at the competition arena for the equestrian jump event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic... 

An obstacle is seen at the competition arena for the equestrian jump event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games near the Beas River in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA) 
OLYMPIC-HONGKONG
RTR1SM37 
August 08, 2007 
A woman walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong August 8, 2007.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A woman walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong 
A woman walks past a billboard promoting the 2008 Olympic equestrian event in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. Capitalist Hong Kong, famed for its world-class horse racing culture, will host Olympic equestrian events in the August 2008 Games, after Beijing said it couldn't guarantee a disease-free area for horses in the capital. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA) 
HONGKONG/
RTR1SM2U 
August 08, 2007 
A truck sprays water at the competition arena for the equestrian dressage event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic... 
Hong Kong, China 
A truck sprays water at the competition arena for the equestrian dressage event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic... 
A truck sprays water at the competition arena for the equestrian dressage event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games inside Shatin race track in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1SM2H 
August 08, 2007 
Swiss army search for missing five-year-old girl Ylenia Lenhard at a forest near Oberbueren August 8,... 
OBERBUEREN, Switzerland 
Swiss army search for missing five-year-old girl Ylenia Lenhard at a forest near Oberbuere 
Swiss army search for missing five-year-old girl Ylenia Lenhard at a forest near Oberbueren August 8, 2007. Ylenia, who has been missing since July 31, was collecting her schoolbag at her local swimming pool in Appenzell when she disappeared. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND) 
INDIA-TIBET/PROTEST
RTR1SM23 
August 08, 2007 
A Tibetan woman, living in exile in India, sits next to a poster of Mahatma Gandhi during a protest in... 
New Delhi, India 
A Tibetan woman sits next to a poster of Mahatma Gandhi during a protest in New Delhi 
A Tibetan woman, living in exile in India, sits next to a poster of Mahatma Gandhi during a protest in New Delhi August 8, 2007. Thousands of Tibetans marched through New Delhi on Wednesday, shouting slogans and waving flags in protest against China's actions in Tibet at the start of the one-year countdown to the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA) 
OLYMPICS-BEIJING/MEDIA
RTR1SM1V 
August 08, 2007 
Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to leave the area near Tiananmen Square,... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to move away from Tiananmen Square... 
Chinese children rest on a sidewalk after their parents were asked to leave the area near Tiananmen Square, the venue of the 2008 Olympic countdown event in Beijing August 8, 2007. The most heavily scrutinised preparations for any Games in Olympic history has brought forth a barrage of criticism for China this week on issues such as human rights abuses, press freedom, pollution, food safety and Tibet. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-BEIJING/
RTR1SM1R 
August 08, 2007 
Soldiers stand in rows as they prepare for the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th Olympic Games... 
Beijing, China 
Soldiers stand in rows as they prepare for the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th Olympic Games... 
Soldiers stand in rows as they prepare for the one-year countdown celebrations for the 29th Olympic Games in Tiananmen Square in Beijing August 8, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
GERMANY/
RTR1SM0X 
August 08, 2007 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines at the production plant of REpower systems... 
TRAMPE, Germany 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines in Trampe 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines at the production plant of REpower systems in Trampe August 2, 2007. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1SM0V 
August 08, 2007 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines at the production plant of REpower systems... 
TRAMPE, Germany 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines in Trampe 
A worker checks cases for power-generating windmill turbines at the production plant of REpower systems in Trampe August 2, 2007. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
HONGKONG
RTR1SM0T 
August 08, 2007 
Cathay Pacific Airways Chairman Christopher Pratt attends a news conference announcing the company's... 
Hong Kong, China 
Cathay Pacific Airways Chairman Christopher Pratt attends a news conference in Hong Kong 
Cathay Pacific Airways Chairman Christopher Pratt attends a news conference announcing the company's interim results in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., Asia's No. 3 carrier, posted a 54.5 percent rise in first-half earnings on Wednesday on lower fuel prices, a buyout of rival Dragonair and a stake in Air China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA) 
GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SM0M 
August 08, 2007 
Parked locomotives are seen in Europe's biggest marshalling yard in Maschen, near the northern German... 
MASCHEN, Germany 
Parked locomotives are seen in Europe's biggest marshalling yard in Maschen, near the northern German... 
Parked locomotives are seen in Europe's biggest marshalling yard in Maschen, near the northern German town of Hamburg, August 8 2007. German train drivers said on Wednesday they were putting on hold plans to stage nationwide strikes after a German industrial tribunal banned the stoppages, which were due to start on Thursday. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SM02 
August 08, 2007 
A photographer takes pictures at the competition arena for the equestrian trials event of the Beijing... 
Hong Kong, China 
A photographer takes pictures at the competition arena for the equestrian trials event of the Beijing... 
A photographer takes pictures at the competition arena for the equestrian trials event of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games near Beas River in Hong Kong August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA) 
EGYPT/
RTR1SLZ7 
August 08, 2007 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo August 7, 2007. Moulids... 
Cairo, Egypt 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo August 7, 2007. Moulids are massive festivals held to celebrate the birthdays of the Prophet Mohammed's family, local saints or founders of sufi orders. Picture taken August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Amr Dalsh (EGYPT) 
IRAQ/
RTR1SLYY 
August 08, 2007 
A pilgrim washes his face on a road as he marches to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad August 8, 2007.... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A pilgrim washes his face on a road as he marches to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad 
A pilgrim washes his face on a road as he marches to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad August 8, 2007. Thousands of Shi'ite pilgrims marched to the northern district of Kadhimiya to commemorate the death anniversary of Imam Musa Kadhim, one of the grandsons of prophet Mohammed, on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen(IRAQ) 
SAFRICA-TAXIS/
RTR1SLYX 
August 08, 2007 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto August 8, 2007. Armed with pistols and... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto August 8, 2007. Armed with pistols and fiery tempers, South Africa's minibus taxi drivers are the undisputed kings of road rage, cutting people off and flying through red lights as nervous motorists clear the way. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
IRAQ/
RTR1SLYU 
August 08, 2007 
Pilgrims carry bags on their heads as they march to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad August 8, 2007.... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Pilgrims carry bags on their heads as they march to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad 
Pilgrims carry bags on their heads as they march to Imam Musa Kadhim's shrine in Baghdad August 8, 2007. Thousands of Shi'ite pilgrims marched to the northern district of Kadhimiya to commemorate the death anniversary of Imam Musa Kadhim, one of the grandsons of prophet Mohammed, on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ) 
EGYPT/
RTR1SLYS 
August 08, 2007 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo August 7, 2007. Moulids... 
Cairo, Egypt 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo 
A man plays with a snake during a moulid in the Sayeda Zeinab district of Cairo August 7, 2007. Moulids are massive festivals held to celebrate the birthdays of the Prophet Mohammed's family, local saints or founders of sufi orders. Picture taken August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Amr Dalsh (EGYPT) 
SAFRICA-TAXIS/
RTR1SLYO 
August 08, 2007 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto August 8, 2007. Armed with pistols and... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto 
A general view shows taxis parked at the Bara taxi bay in Soweto August 8, 2007. Armed with pistols and fiery tempers,South Africa's minibus taxi drivers are the undisputed kings of road rage,cutting people off and flying through red lights as nervous motorists clear the way. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SLYM 
August 08, 2007 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin's central railway station August 8, 2007. German... 
Berlin, Germany 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin central railway station 
A conductor gives a signal before a train leaves Berlin's central railway station August 8, 2007. German train drivers said on Wednesday they were putting on hold plans to stage nationwide strikes after a German industrial tribunal banned the stoppages, which were due to start on Thursday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
KASHMIR/
RTR1SLYH 
August 08, 2007 
A schoolgirl holds a placard during a protest against the use of drugs in Srinagar August 8, 2007. Hundreds... 
Srinagar, India 
A schoolgirl holds a placard during a protest against the use of drugs in Srinagar 
A schoolgirl holds a placard during a protest against the use of drugs in Srinagar August 8, 2007. Hundreds of school children took part in the protest organised by the Youth Welfare Organization. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SLY9 
August 08, 2007 
Passengers wait on a platform as an ICE high speed train enters Berlin's central railway station August... 
Berlin, Germany 
Passengers wait on a platform as an ICE high speed train enters Berlin central railway station 
Passengers wait on a platform as an ICE high speed train enters Berlin's central railway station August 8, 2007. German train drivers said on Wednesday they were putting on hold plans to stage nationwide strikes after a German industrial tribunal banned the stoppages, which were due to start on Thursday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-RAIL/STRIKE
RTR1SLY4 
August 08, 2007 
A conductor looks out of his locomotive as his train stops at Berlin's central railway station August... 
Berlin, Germany 
A conductor looks out of his locomotive as his train stops at Berlin central railway station 
A conductor looks out of his locomotive as his train stops at Berlin's central railway station August 8, 2007. German train drivers said on Wednesday they were putting on hold plans to stage nationwide strikes after a German industrial tribunal banned the stoppages, which were due to start on Thursday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
TIMOR-TOURISM/
RTR1SL0C 
August 07, 2007 
An East Timorese child plays at a beach during sunset in Dili in this May 11, 2007 file photo. East Timor... 
Dili, East Timor 
To match feature TIMOR-TOURISM/ 
An East Timorese child plays at a beach during sunset in Dili in this May 11, 2007 file photo. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush highlands and an exotic cultural mix, and lies just a few hours flight east of the Indonesian resort island of Bali. To match feature TIMOR-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR) 
ISRAEL/
RTR1SL0A 
August 07, 2007 
Israeli tanks manoeuvre during an army drill at the southern Israeli army base of Tzeelim August 7, 2007.... 
Tzeelim, Israel 
Israeli tanks manoeuvre during an army drill at Tzeelim 
Israeli tanks manoeuvre during an army drill at the southern Israeli army base of Tzeelim August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL) 
ISRAEL/
RTR1SL08 
August 07, 2007 
An Israeli military helicopter and tanks take part in an army drill at the southern Israeli army base... 
Tzeelim, Israel 
Israeli military helicopter and tanks take part in an army drill at Tzeelim 
An Israeli military helicopter and tanks take part in an army drill at the southern Israeli army base of Tzeelim August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL) 
TIMOR TOURISM/
RTR1SL03 
August 07, 2007 
East Timorese sit at a port during sunset in Dili, May 11, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush... 
Dili, East Timor 
To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/ 
East Timorese sit at a port during sunset in Dili, May 11, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush highlands and an exotic cultural mix, and lies just a few hours flight east of the Indonesian resort island of Bali. To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/
REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR TOURISM/
RTR1SL02 
August 07, 2007 
Portuguese policemen play soccer at Dili beach on July 02, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush... 
Dili, East Timor 
To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/ 
Portuguese policemen play soccer at Dili beach on July 02, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush highlands and an exotic cultural mix, and lies just a few hours flight east of the Indonesian resort island of Bali. To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/
REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR TOURISM/
RTR1SL01 
August 07, 2007 
Sunset in Baucau June 30, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush highlands and an exotic cultural... 
Baucau, East Timor 
To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/ 
Sunset in Baucau June 30, 2007. East Timor has pristine beaches, lush highlands and an exotic cultural mix, and lies just a few hours flight east of the Indonesian resort island of Bali. To match feature TIMOR TOURISM/
REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR) 
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/
RTR1SKZP 
August 07, 2007 
Flood victims wait on a railway track to collect food supplies being dropped from an Indian Air Force... 
SAMASTIPUR, India 
Flood victims wait on a railway track to collect food supplies in Samastipur district 
Flood victims wait on a railway track to collect food supplies being dropped from an Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter in a flood-hit area of Samastipur district, in the eastern Indian state of Bihar August 7, 2007. Millions of people could fall ill with malaria, dengue fever and other diseases if emergency aid does not reach those stranded by floodwaters in South Asia within days, the United Nations warned on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA) 
LEONE-ELECTIONS/
RTR1SKZO 
August 07, 2007 
People scavenge for recyclables mixed with effluent waters in Kroo Bay slum, Freetown, in this July 20,... 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 
To match feature LEONE-ELECTIONS/ 
People scavenge for recyclables mixed with effluent waters in Kroo Bay slum, Freetown, in this July 20, 2007 file photo. In Freetown's rubbish-strewn slums, where sick children defecate in sewers by pot-holed streets, music blaring from shops and taxis tells Sierra Leone's youth that politicians have failed their war-ravaged country. July 20, 2007. To match feature LEONE-ELECTIONS/. REUTERS/Katrina Manson/Files (SIERRA LEONE) 
LEONE-ELECTIONS/
RTR1SKZM 
August 07, 2007 
A man flashes a two-finger salute during a musical concert by "Artists for Peace" performing their track... 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 
To match feature LEONE-ELECTIONS/ 
A man flashes a two-finger salute during a musical concert by "Artists for Peace" performing their track "Go Vote, No Violence", in downtown Freetown, August 6, 2007. Sierra Leone holds presidential and parliamentary elections on Saturday, its first since U.N. peacekeepers left in 2005 after helping end more than a decade of brutal civil war funded in part by its rich diamond fields. Picture taken August 6, 2007. To match feature LEONE-ELECTIONS/ REUTERS/Katrina Manson (SIERRA LEONE) 
INDIA
RTR1SKZ2 
August 07, 2007 
People use plastic sheets to take cover from monsoon rains in Mumbai August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Arko Datta... 
Mumbai, India 
People use plastic sheets to take cover from monsoon rains in Mumbai 
People use plastic sheets to take cover from monsoon rains in Mumbai August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
IRAQ/
RTR1SKYL 
August 07, 2007 
Residents watch a Polish armoured vehicle as it burns after being hit by a roadside bomb in Diwaniya,... 
Diwaniya, Iraq 
Residents watch a Polish armoured vehicle as it burns after being hit by a roadside bomb in Diwaniya 
Residents watch a Polish armoured vehicle as it burns after being hit by a roadside bomb in Diwaniya, 180 km (112 miles) south of Baghdad August 7, 2007. Lieutenant-Colonel Wlodzimierz Wlogowski, a spokesman of the Multinational Division-Central South, confirmed the attack and said there were no Polish soldier casualties. REUTERS/Imad al-Khozai (IRAQ) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/SETTLERS
RTR1SKXX 
August 07, 2007 
A settler boy tries to escape from Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Hebron August 7,... 
Hebron, Palestinian Territories 
A settler boy tries to escape from Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Hebron 
A settler boy tries to escape from Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Hebron August 7, 2007. Israeli police removed about two dozen Jewish settlers and supporters from empty shops they took over last year in an abandoned Palestinian market in the West Bank city of Hebron. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (WEST BANK) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKWB 
August 07, 2007 
A plane flies over the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction on... 
Beijing, China 
A plane flies over the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction on... 
A plane flies over the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKWA 
August 07, 2007 
A worker rides a tricycle at the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport, currently under construction,... 
Beijing, China 
A worker rides a tricycle at the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport, currently under construction,... 
A worker rides a tricycle at the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport, currently under construction, on a foggy day on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/SETTLERS
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August 07, 2007 
Israeli security forces take cover behind their shields as they try to break into a building in the West... 
Hebron, Palestinian Territories 
Israeli security forces take cover behind their shields as they try to break into a building in the West... 
Israeli security forces take cover behind their shields as they try to break into a building in the West Bank city of Hebron August 7, 2007. Israeli police removed about two dozen Jewish settlers and supporters from empty shops they took over last year in an abandoned Palestinian market in the West Bank city of Hebron. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (WEST BANK) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKW6 
August 07, 2007 
Workers sleep at the of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction... 
Beijing, China 
Workers sleep at the of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction... 
Workers sleep at the of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport currently under construction on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKW4 
August 07, 2007 
A worker walks on the roof of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on the outskirts of... 
Beijing, China 
A worker walks on the roof of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on the outskirts of... 
A worker walks on the roof of the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKVZ 
August 07, 2007 
A general view shows the construction site of a subway connecting terminals at the new terminal of Beijing's... 
Beijing, China 
A general view shows construction site of subway connecting terminals at the new terminal of Beijing's... 
A general view shows the construction site of a subway connecting terminals at the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-CHINA/
RTR1SKVV 
August 07, 2007 
Workers walk inside the construction site for the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on... 
Beijing, China 
Workers walk inside the construction site for the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on... 
Workers walk inside the construction site for the new terminal of Beijing's International Airport on the outskirts of Beijing August 7, 2007. Beijing's main airport will likely handle more flights than London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle during the 2008 Olympics and be "challenged" by the increased passenger numbers, a state newspaper said. Preparations for next year's Beijing Olympics are on track, organisers said on Monday, shrugging off concerns about food safety, pollution and accusations it has not lived up to its media freedom pledge. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA) 
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