A suicide bomber blew himself up outside Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, on Tuesday morning during a visit from U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney. At least three people were killed and up to 27 were hurt.
The photo shows doctors and nurses at the base taking care of an Afghan who was hurt in the attack.
Cheney was getting ready to leave the base. When the bomb went off, he was sent to a shelter. Later, he came out and went on with his trip.
Lieutenant Colonel James E. Bonner, base operations commander, says, "The killer never had access to the base. When he realized he would not be able to get onto the base, he attacked the local population.”
An Egyptian blogger has been sent to jail for four years for insulting Islam.
The man, Abdul Kareem Suleiman Amer, was arrested last November. He had used his weblog to criticize Islam. He had also said God might not exist. Amer had posted to several Coptic (Egyptian Christian) blogs.
Bloggers in the Middle East have been arrested before. But Amer is the first one to be sentenced to jail.
Anyone can post to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia -- and last year, someone posted bad things about a U.S. pro golfer. The golfer, Fuzzy Zoeller, wants to take the person to court. But first, he must find out who it is.
The person posted from a computer that belongs to a company in Miami, USA. Zoeller is suing the company (taking it to court) to make it tell him who the person is.
Zoeller's lawyer says, "The Zoeller family wants to take a stand to put a stop to this. Otherwise, we're all just victims of the Internet vandals out there."