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Residents of a mobile home park view a big rig that ran off the side of the eastbound 210 Freeway in Lake View Terrace and slammed upside down against a row of trees bordering their homes.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

Pearl Harbor survivor John Hughes, left, and Lance Cpl. Zackary Morphew attend the 69th anniversary ceremony marking the attack on Pearl Harbor.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marco Garcia / Associated Press

Aides of lawmakers from the opposition Democratic Party remove furniture which lawmakers of the ruling Grand National Party and their aides placed to block the members of the Democratic Party from trying to enter the main conference hall of parliament. The two sides collided Tuesday night over next year's budget plan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yonhap

A van believed to contain WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is driven away from Westminster Magistrates Court after he was remanded in custody. A British judge denied Assange bail after the WikiLeaks founder told a London court he would fight efforts to extradite him to Sweden to face a sex-crimes investigation.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yui Mok / PA Wire

Aurora, a 10-month-old female polar bear, lies in the snow at the Royev Ruchey Zoo. Aurora is one of two female wild polar bear cubs which were found in Russia's Taimyr Peninsula on the coast of the Arctic Ocean in early May and were later housed in the zoo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ilya Naymushin / Reuters

Frost clings to horse hair caught on barbed wire.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Darren Staples / Reuters

Members of the Carleton College swim team from Northfield, Minn., do laps as steam rises from the pool at the Ft. Lauderdale Aquatics Center.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Joe Cavaretta / Sun Sentinel

Firefighters work on a multiple-alarm dwelling fire on Charles Street in the Mount Vernon district.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jerry Jackson / Baltimore Sun

Afghan boys collect wood to feed a fire to warm themselves in a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Islamabad.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Muhammed Muheisen / Associated Press

Hot-air balloons take off in the early morning along Luxor's West Bank. The balloons fly during an hourlong over Luxor's famous Valley of the Kings and Hatshepsut's Temple.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mohamed Omar / EPA

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1 Comment

  1. December 8, 2010, 1:01 pm

    In Florida they call it a State of Emergency. But these kids from Minnesota go for a dip in the outdoor pool. All a matter of Perspective.

    By: pramriez@q.com

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