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The president of Mongolia declared a four-day state of emergency in the capital, Ulan Bator, early Wednesday after protesters stormed the headquarters of the governing party, saying there was fraud in weekend parliamentary elections.
Riot police used batons to control crowds protesting at the Mongolian Peoples Revolutionary Party headquarters in Ulan Bator
Photo: Zeev Rozenberg/Reuters
Iraq has opened international bidding for eight enormous oil and gas fields, paving the way for major investments in a nation with one of the world's largest petroleum reserves. In Baghdad, Iraqis waited in long lines for fuel and then pump it with armed police officers nearby.
Photo: Khalid Mohammed/Associated Press
An injured Israeli child is carried by a medic from a bus after it was rammed by a bulldozer in an attack in Jerusalem. A Palestinian bulldozer driver went on a deadly rampage on a busy Jerusalem street.
People gather around a bus after it was overturned by a bulldozer(2nd photo). A bulldozer driver went on a deadly rampage on a busy Jerusalem street killing at least two people and wounding dozens of others before he was shot dead by police.
Members of the Afghan Security Forces wait to be extracted by helicopter after an operation to search three compounds and look for weapons in Salavat, Panjawi Province, Afghanistan.
Israeli Zaka rescue workers and security forces carry a wounded man after a bulldozer driven by a Palestinian man rammed into cars and buses on Jaffa Road in Jerusalem.
Members of the Austrian special police Cobra arrive in Strasshof, Austria, on Wednesday, July 2, 2008. Police are searching for a man suspected of shooting two married couples found dead in this Vienna suburb. The crime came to light after a relative alerted police when she discovered a letter from the man announcing a suicide and possible acts of violence. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
In this March 2, 2006 file photo, commandos of the elite GIGN police force evacuate a hostage during an exercise at the Beynes camp, outside Paris. A Human Rights Watch report released Wednesday July 2, 2008 said France's legal framework for prosecuting terror suspects is too broad, resulting in too many arrests based on minimal evidence and too many convictions based on circumstantial evidence. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)