Posters of the country's royalty are distributed outside the Al Fateh mosque, where a pro-monarchy rally was held.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles TimesLink
Demonstrators hold pictures of Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi during a protest against his regime in front of the Libyan consulate.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MUSTAFA OZER / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A boat filled with migrants prepares to dock in the island port here after being intercepted by coast guards. The wave of immigration comes about a month after the unrest across the sea in Tunisia.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROBERTO SALOMONE / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Supporters of religious parties hold placards as they demonstrate against Raymond Davis, imprisoned in a local jail for shooting two Pakistanis. The government said it was taking steps to keep the U.S. consulate worker safe from harm in a case that has unleashed a diplomatic firestorm.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHSIN RAZA / REUTERSLink
A man prays at the Bet Yaacov synagogue before the arrival of Israeli President Shimon Peres for a gathering with members of the Spanish-Jewish community. Monday marks the first day of his official visit to Spain.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: SUSANA VERA / REUTERSLink
The Google Street View snowmobile takes pictures of ski slopes, with the famed Matterhorn in the background.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: OLIVIER MAIRE / European Pressphoto AgencyLink
Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team German driver Michael Schumacher takes the wheel during a test session at Catalonia's racetrack near Barcelona.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOSEP LAGO / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
The seafront esplanade El Malecon at sunset.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: DESMOND BOYLAN / REUTERSLink
Giant panda Xian Nu looks out of her cage at Pudong Airport, en route to Tokyo with her male traveling companion, Bi Li. The pair of giant pandas left their home in southwest China for a 10-year stay in Japan under a joint research agreement on the endangered species.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chen Fei / XinhuaLink
A man watches an area where members of the Spanish Guardia Civil look for a climber buried by an avalanche in San Juan Canyon. A British man, 42, was missing after the avalanche; two other people were injured.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jorge Guerrero / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Models present creations from the Burberry Prorsum Fall/Winter 2011 collection at London Fashion Week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Suzanne Plunkett / ReutersLink
A pod of 107 dead and dying pilot whales are stranded at Mason Bay on Stewart Island. The Department of Conservation decided to euthanize the remaining whales because high tide was 10 to 12 hours away.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: HO / Department of ConservationLink
Men dressed as Continental Army soldiers demonstrate a "fight during revolutionary war" as they celebrate George Washington's birthday at Mount Vernon.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A Tunisian soldier plays with a cat in front of the defense ministry in Tunis. More than 2,300 Tunisians living in Libya have fled their homes to escape growing unrest, the official TAP news agency reported.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Fethi Belaid / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Thai security personnel investigate the site of a bomb attack in the southern Yala province. One person was killed and at least 17 wounded after bomb hidden on a motorcycle went off, police said.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Surapan Boonthanom / ReutersLink
Ali Abdali, 27, sits in Pearl Square with a one-dinar note taped across his mouth as he protests against the government.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles TimesLink
Immigrants wait for a bus that will bring them to a temporary accommodation center after their arrival at the Italian island of Lampedusa. The last week has seen a sharp rise in migrants attempting to make it into the EU from Tunisia.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Roberto Salomone / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
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