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A rebel fighter points his gun at a suspected supporter of Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi; other rebels try to intervene. Monday marked the second day of a Western bombing campaign.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GORAN TOMASEVIC / Reuters

Libyan rebels carry an injured comrade.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PATRICK BAZ / AFP / Getty Images

Foreign evacuees, who fled unrest in Libya, are seen at a refugee camp near the Libyan and Tunisian border crossing of Ras Jdir.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anis Mili / Reuters

Rescue workers make their way through debris, searching for tsunami victims.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters

An elephant dances with volunteers wearing costumes to raise money for victims of the recent Japan earthquake and tsunami on Khao San Road, an area of Bangkok popular among backpackers. The donation drive was part of Thailand's efforts to aid earthquake-hit Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHAIWAT SUBPRASOM / Reuters

Owada Yuna carries her 3-year-old sister, Yumeka, as she searches for names of 20 missing high school friends at a shelter for those evacuated from the disaster zone.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters

A local man fights a fire coming from the kitchen of a house in a village near Manama. There were no reports of death or injuries and the cause of the fire is unknown.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: James Lawler Duggan / Reuters

Hasidic Jews celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighborhood. Purim is a celebration of the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RONEN ZVULUN / Reuters

Thousands of youths gathered in front of the headquarters of Ivory Coast’s armed forces after incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo called on people to join the army amid mounting clashes with supporters of rival Alassane Ouattara, according to Bloomberg.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LUC GNAGO / Reuters

A man who lost relatives in the country's January 2010 earthquake visits the mass grave site in Titanyen on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SHANNON STAPLETON / Reuters

A man jumps into the river during celebrations of Cimburijada, or the "Festival of Scrambled Eggs," in a city park near Bosna River. People mark Cimburijada, which welcomes the start of spring, by gathering by the river, preparing scrambled eggs and sharing breakfast with friends and visitors of their city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DADO RUVIC / Reuters

The 67-story-high luxury residential high-rise known as "The Masterpiece" is seen during foggy conditions at sunset.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TYRONE SIU / Reuters

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Monday’s Pictures in the News begin in Libya, where the bombing campaign by the U.S. and its allies has targeted Moammar Kadafi’s air and ground forces. In Ajdabiyah, a rebel fighter points his gun at a suspected Kadafi supporter as other rebels try to intervene; Libyan rebels carry an injured comrade; and foreign evacuees who fled unrest in Libya take refuge at a camp near the Libyan and Tunisian border crossing of Ras Jdir.

In Japan, rescue workers make their way through a sea of debris as they search for victims of a tsunami in devastated Rikuzentakat; a teenager carries her young sister while searching for names of 20 missing high school friends at a shelter; and an elephant dances with volunteers to raise money for earthquake and tsunami victims on Khao San Road, an area popular with backpackers in Bangkok.

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