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President Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon take a question during a news conference at the White House.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JIM WATSON / AFP/Getty Images

Flowers and a sign reading "anger, grief, why" are placed at the site in front of the city's airport where two U.S. airmen were killed.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Probst / Associated Press

Pedestrians are reflected in oily, wet asphalt on a street.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANIEL MIHAILESCU / AFP/Getty Images

Snow falls on a woman.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MASSOUD HOSSAINI / AFP/Getty Images

With temperatures in the 60s, a horse grazes in a pasture of wildflowers.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Manning / Athens Banner-Herald

A construction worker walks between steel girders at a residential building site.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALY SONG / REUTERS

A pair of newborn giant river otter pups are held during their neonatal exam at Zoo Miami. The male and female siblings were born at the zoo Jan. 31 and are expected to open their eyes within the next week and begin to learn how to swim.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ron Magill / Zoo Miami

Swami Yogananda, a 103-year-old Indian yoga teacher, attends the International Yoga Festival at the Parmarth Niketan ashram in a Himalayan town.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA / AFP/Getty Images

The sculpture of a giant hybrid sea creature by Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping titled "Wu Zei" appears to fly in the honor room at the Oceanographic Museum where Prince Albert II of Monaco and his fiancee, South African Charlene Wittstock, will host a gala dinner after their marriage in July.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ERIC GAILLARD / REUTERS

Ballet dancers perform during the opening ceremony of the Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera in the Austrian capital.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Herbert Neubauer / Pool Photo

Jurij Tepes of Slovenia soars through the air during the men's individual large-hill competition at the Ski World Championships.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthias Schrader / Associated Press

Officers with sniffer dogs perform security checks at the Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium in advance of the Bangladesh-West Indies match in the Cricket World Cup

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Themba Hadebe / Associated Press

A reveler celebrates the opening of the Carnival celebration.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIGI TISCHLER / EPA

A model shows a creation by designer Manish Arora as part of his fall-winter ready-to-wear collection

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francois Mori / Associated Press

A person is helped through a bus window as Egyptians fleeing the violence in Libya leave a Tunisian refugee camp.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOEL SAGET / AFP

Pakistani and Bangladeshi refugees fleeing Libya raise their arms to get a meal during a food distribution in a camp at the Tunisia-Libyan border.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRED DUFOUR / AFP

U.S. Marines return to their base after a joint patrol with Afghan soldiers.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADEK BERRY / AFP

Delegate Mao Xinyu, grandson of Mao Tse-tung, is surrounded by reporters as he walks to the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Feng Li / Getty Images

Ali Khan works inside a confection factory.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dar Yasin / Associated Press

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Pictures in the News | March 3, 2011

President Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon hold a news conference at the White House; the violence in Libya escalates as thousands flee the bloodshed, crowding refugee camps along the border with Tunisia; and a makeshift memorial is placed at a German airport where this week two U.S. airmen were gunned down.

In northern India, Swami Yogananda, a 103-year-old yoga teacher, attends the International Yoga Festival in the Himalayan town of Rishikesh; in Lucerne, Switzerland, revelers turn out for the opening of carnival; and in China, the grandson of Mao Tse-tung is mobbed by the media upon arrival at the People’s Political Consultative Conference in Beijing.

The colorful sculpture of a giant hybrid sea creature appears to fly at the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco, where Prince Albert II and his fiancee will host a gala dinner after their marriage in July; and at Zoo Miami in Florida, a pair of tiny newborn giant river otter pups, their eyes yet to open, are separated for the first time for their neonatal exam.

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