As the driver unrolled his prayer mat on the floor, the waiting passengers outside chatted among themselves.
Stock market gains in Asia and Europe signal positive start to 2011.
Astrid, a two week-old Red Lechwe calf, walks with her keeper at Chester Zoo in Chester, northern England on Dec. 21. The calf is being hand-reared by keepers at the zoo after being abandoned by its mother, and will be spending Christmas at a keepers house.
The second of two large dumps of snow to smother the country in two weeks came this weekend, along with temperatures so low that forecasters predict Britain is likely to experience its coldest December since 1910.
Bond market unsettled by worries over Spain and Portugal, but Germany rejects broader rescue efforts.
Concorde crash: A French court has found Continental Airlines and one of their mechanics to be guilty of manslaughter.
Continental Airlines and an American mechanic were convicted of manslaughter and fined for the 2000 Concorde crash. But none of the French defendants were found guilty.
Germany's Green Party is pushing for clean energy, climate-friendly retrofitting, and government stimulus of green jobs. Is this a hopeful sign or a worrying one?
Airline passengers lie on the floor at Heathrow Airport in London, England, on Dec. 20. Snow and freezing temperatures delayed flights across northern Europe.
Travelers walk through the terminal at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport as the holiday travel season begins.