|Medieval depiction of the Black Death|
|A Pakistani express train packed with holiday travelers derailed on Wednesday killing 58 people and injuring more than 120, officials said.
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|University of Florida police forcibly attempt to escort a resisting Andrew Meyer out of the auditorium.|
"As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one." There is a tradition in many groups that, once this occurs, that thread is over, and whoever mentioned the Nazis has automatically lost whatever argument was in progress. Godwin's Law thus practically guarantees the existence of an upper bound on thread length in those groups. However there is also a widely recognized codicil that any intentional triggering of Godwin's Law in order to invoke its thread-ending effects will be unsuccessful.(67)
|The West Bank settlement of Bruhin.|
|Cows graze in a field near the eastern German village of Pudlitz, July 30, 2007. The sign reads 'Our Milk'.|
|©Credit: Marc Dantzker|
|Argentine ants fighting. These ants are thought to have come to the United States from Argentina aboard ships in the 1890s.|
|©Credit: Daniel Vigears, Center for Research and Restoration for the Museums of France.|
|A new, highly sensitive analytical test was used to confirm the presence of blood in the coating of this humanoid artifact used in ancient Mali rituals.|
|©Credit: Eshel Ben-Jacob et al., Tel-Aviv University|
|Colonies of tens of billions of microorganisms create their own artwork as they adapt to stresses in a petri dish. Scientists add the colors and shading.|
|Etchings at Qurta, located about 400 miles (640 kilometers) south of Cairo, Egypt, depict a now extinct species of wild cow. The rediscovered artwork - similar in look and age to iconic paintings in Spain and France - pushes "Egyptian art, religion, and culture back to a much earlier time," archaeologists say.|
|Recent discoveries at Egypt's Temple of Amun at Karnak include a private ramp (top) likely used by the pharaoh Taharka to enter the temple from his royal boat and a pair of public baths (bottom) in which worshippers bathed before entering the holy site.|
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