WEEK IN PHOTOS: Tallest Man, ''Plastinated Squid,'' More

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Mutsamudu, Comoros, March 25, 2008—Injured after rockets were fired at his house, an alleged rebel on Anjouan—part of the tiny federation of African islands called Comoros—surrenders to soldiers.

On Tuesday the Comoran army, backed by African Union forces, invaded the Indian Ocean island to depose rebel leader Col. Mohamed Bacar.

Since 2001, Bacar has led Anjouan as a breakaway territory. He has has now fled to the nearby French-administered island of Réunion, where he is seeking asylum.

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