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BBC: Al-Qaeda to give 'open interview'
Advertisements posted on Jihadist websites said questions sent to them over the next month would be passed to al-Qaeda's deputy leader for his reply.
|Police restrain a man before the New Orleans City Council's meeting to vote on tearing down 4,500 public housing units.|
|North Korean soldiers in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas, November 2, 2007.|
|An Israeli soldier slashes the tires on Palestinian private cars on 11 Jan 2003, following the new closure imposed on the Occupied Territories|
|©AP Photo/Ron Edmonds|
|©U.S. National Archive|
|A destroyed Bedouin home in the Negev|
|The remains of 26 people were also uncovered in several mass graves near the site.|
|©AP Photo/Keystone, Eddy Risch|
|John J. Mack, CEO of Morgan Stanley.|
|Penny Walsh checks the damages in the local library following a powerful earthquake in Gisborne, New Zealand, 21 December 2007. A state of emergency was declared for the centre of the eastern New Zealand city of Gisborne after a powerful 6.8 earthquake flattened buildings and caused widespread damage.|
|Computer model of a single neocortical column from a rat's brain|
|The new technology could find almost immediate use in radio electronics, such as cell phones and other wireless devices that require high power output.|
|Comet 8P/Tuttle photographed Dec. 2nd by Chris Schur of Payson, AZ. The 7th magnitude comet is visible through binoculars in the constellation Cassiopeia.|
|This beautiful bulb might look like a Christmas ornament but it is the blown-out remains of a stellar explosion, or supernova. The remains, called Cassiopeia A, are shown here in an infrared composite from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Silicon gas is blue and argon gas is green, while red represents about 10,000 Earth masses worth of dust. Yellow shows areas where red and green overlap. The fact that the red and green do overlap indicates that this supernova is synthesizing dust and gas together. This is the smoking gun indicating that supernovae were significant suppliers of fresh dust in the very early universe -- something that was hard to demonstrate prior to the Spitzer observations.|
|Japan's Defense Minister: "Nobody ever questioned the legality over mobilizing the Self-Defense Forces in the Godzilla movies."|