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Democratic candidate Jerry Brown, left, and Republican candidate Meg Whitman spar in the first of three debates, at UC Davis.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: POOL / REUTERS

President Barack Obama attends a rally for the Democratic National Committee at the University of Wisconsin.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LARRY DOWNING / REUTERS

Heavy rains cause a landslide in Giraldo, Colombia, that buries at least 20 people in the mountainous northwest of the Andean nation.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: REUTERS

Anti-nuclear protesters demonstrate against the German government's energy policy in front of the Chancellery in Berlin.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRIZIO BENSCH / REUTERS

A woman takes a picture before the debate of a UN fact-finding mission's report on an attack by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May, at the United Nations European Headquarters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VALENTIN FLAURAUD / REUTERS

A man looks out of the window of a shanty in Dharavi, India, one of Asia's largest slums.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANISH SIDDIQUI / REUTERS

Shoes and carnations lie on a red carpet, in honor of gunshot victims during an anti-gun rally on Turkey's Individual Disarmament Day.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MURAD SEZER / REUTERS

Footballs on the pitch during a training session on the eve of the UEFA Champions League match pitting Benfica Lissabon against Schalke 04.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PATRIK STOLLARZ / AFP/Getty Images

A worker scales a stockpile of rice at a warehouse of the governmen's National Food Authority. The Philippine central bank expects annual inflation in September to be between 3.6% and 4.5%.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROMEO RANOCO / REUTERS

A man descends in an elevator at the Lloyds of London insurance building. Record claims from disasters, including the Chilean earthquake and U.S. oil spill, have halved the insurer's profits with no respite from a steady decline in prices.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDREW WINNING / REUTERS

Players from the European team practice on the 17th green ahead of the 2010 Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EDDIE KEOGH / REUTERS

Tiger Woods tees off during a practice round prior to the 2010 Ryder Cup at the Celtic Manor Resort.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andy Lyons / Getty Images

About 680 children were baptized by the Georgian Orthodox Church during the 13th mass baptism ceremony at Holy Trinity Cathedral.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAVID MDZINARISHVILI / Reuters

People take in the twilight at a pavilion atop a hill at a Beijing park in Beijing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP / Getty Images

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro attends a meeting for the 50th anniversary of the Committees of Defense of the Revolution.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADALBERTO ROQUE / AFP / Getty Images

Salma, 8, a flood victim, pushes her newly installed net window on a flood relief camp's tent in Kakar village in Dadu district, about 235 miles from Karachi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ATHAR HUSSAIN / Reuters

A model presents a creation by designer Nana Aganovich as part of her spring-summer 2011 women's ready-to-wear fashion collection for fashion house Aganovich during Paris Fashion Week.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PASCAL ROSSIGNOL / Reuters

Four-year-old male chimpanzee Yangyang, left, weds 6-year-old female chimp Wan Xing at a ceremony at the zoo in Hefei.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STR / AFP / Getty Images

Young North Koreans dance to celebrate the promotion of the youngest son of ailing leader Kim Jong-Il in apparent preparation for another dynastic succession. Kim appointed Jong-Un as a four-star general, official media reported Tuesday in its first mention of the third son's name.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Korean Central News Agency

Pakistani activists of the hard-line Islamic party Al-Badar wave Islamic flags during an anti-India rally in Peshawar, protesting the situation in India-administered Kashmir. Moderate separatist leaders in Indian-administered Kashmir rejected an offer from New Delhi for fresh talks and a security review, a day after hard-liners spurned the proposals.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: A. MAJEED / AFP / Getty Images

A jackdaw grabs a piece of bread thrown by tourists, as Monte Rosa, Castor and Pollux mountains are seen in the background at the Gornergrat in Zermatt. Monte Rosa, at 15,203 feet, is the highest mountain in Switzerland.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENIS BALIBOUSE / Reuters

Greenpeace activists project the slogan "Nuclear power harms Germany" on a cooling tower of the nuclear power station in Grafenrheinfeld. At 12 German nuclear power plants, Greenpeace activists demonstrated against the decision of the German Cabinet to extend the plants' operation for up to 14 years.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAVID EBENER / AFP/Getty Images

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As we update Pictures in the News this evening, we’re with the two contenders for California governor, Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman, as they spar onstage at UC Davis in the first of three debates, while President Obama attends a DNC rally at the University of Wisconsin.

A landslide caused by heavy rains buries at least 20 people in Colombia; anti-nuclear protesters in Berlin call upon the name of Lady Gaga as they demonstrate against Germany’s energy policy; and in Istanbul a still-life of shoes and flowers forms a memorial to gunshot victims on Individual Disarmament Day.

A shirtless worker scales a stockpile of rice near Manila while continents away, a well-heeled man descends in a high-speed elevator at the headquarters of insurance giant Lloyd’s of London.

Tiger Woods gives Welsh locals a show as participants prepare for the Ryder Cup matches later in the week, while in Georgia we see one of 680 children being baptized to his apparent consternation during a mass ceremony in Tbilisi.

We get a rare look inside North Korea at a ceremony celebrating the promotion of the youngest son of ailing leader Kim Jong-Il, and we see the reclusive former Cuban president Fidel Castro attending the 50th anniversary of the Committees of Defense of the Revolution in Havana.

Images from China, India, Pakistan and Switzerland round out our report for Tuesday.

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