An image broadcast on Libyan state television on Sunday shows damage caused by fire to the local council building in the eastern city of Bayda. The city is now in the hands of anti-Gadhafi rebels who are forming a provisional government.
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Saudis wave and cheer as the convoy of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia passes through the streets of Riyadh on Wednesday. As the king returns from three months of medical treatments, he faces increasing demands for political reform.
Demonstrators hold depictions of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi during a protest against the Libyan regime's crackdown on protestors, in front of the Libyan Embassy in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Wednesday.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker speaks at a news conference inside the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison earlier this week, while people protest legislation proposed by Walker to restrict collective bargaining.
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Roni Chambers, executive director of Go! Network (right), checks in Jennifer Barfield, 47, and her husband, Brian Barfield, 53, at a job networking meeting in downtown St. Louis.
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A giant clam and healthy coral reef on the east side of Palau. The coral reefs of Palau are part of a massive interconnected system that ties together Micronesia and the Western Pacific.
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