A policeman talks to supporters of Carlos Celdran as they display their placards during a rally in front of the police precinct Friday, Oct. 1, 2010 in Manila, Philippines. Celdran was arrested after he disrupted a mass in protest to the church opposition to the promotion of artificial birth control methods. (AP Photo/Pat Roque)
Fireworks illuminate the German Reichstag and the sky above in Berlin on Sunday during a reception marking the 20th anniversary of Germany's reunification. Germany's post-World War II division ended on Oct. 3, 1990, less than a year after the Berlin Wall fell. (Associated Press)
Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Chancellor Angela Merkel arrive at the Reichstag in Berlin on Sunday for celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Germany's reunification. (Associated Press)
Tourists visit the Horse Guards Parade in London on Sunday. The U.S. government has warned citizens to be vigilant while traveling in Europe because of the threat of al Qaeda commando-style attacks. But the alert is not as strong as a warning, a State Department spokesman said. (Associated Press)
TOWERING THREAT: French soldiers patrol the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Sunday. The State Department is cautioning Americans traveling in Europe to be vigilant because of heightened concerns about a terrorist attack, but the U.S. has not told citizens to forgo travel to Europe. (Associated Press)
A U.S. Army helicopter prepares to leave a forward operating base in Afghanistan. Republican lawmakers say there are not enough troops to man a counter-rocket, -artillery and -mortar battery used effectively by soldiers in Iraq to intercept enemy rounds headed for forward operating bases. (Associated Press)
'CONCERNED': Rep. John Kline, Minnesota Republican, says he is worried about not having enough troops in Afghanistan to "provide defensive protection." He faults President Obama's troops cap. (Associated Press)
ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2010, file photo President Barack Obama, accompanied by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, center, speaks at a private residence in Falls Church, Va.