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Spectators watch as officials and crews work around the site of an under-construction six-story building that collapsed, killing at least two people and leaving 14 missing

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sayyid Azim / Associated Press

Syrian refugees fleeing the violence in their homeland live in tents in a refugee camp.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OSMAN ORSAL / Reuters

A worker poses with skulls at an ossuary under St. James Church. About 50,000 skeletons were found under the square, and the bones need to be cleaned before the ossuary can be opened to the public next year.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RADEK MICA / AFP

A Darth Vader actor is caught in a thunderstorm as he waits for tourists who want to be photographed with him in front of the Brandenburg Gate.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Sohn / Associated Press

A woman lights up a candle by a rail cattle car used to deport people from Lithuania to Siberia during World War II. On June 14, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia honor the memory of tens of thousands of their citizens deported by Soviet forces.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETRAS MALUKAS / AFP

A performer waves a red cloth as she dances to nationalistic songs at Jingshan Park, one of hundreds who have started singing and performing in the park as China's Communist Party prepares to celebrate its 90th anniversary on July 1.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAVID GRAY / Reuters

A woman takes a picture of herself and Yingluck Shinawatra, left, the sister of toppled Premier Thaksin Shinawatra and the prime ministerial candidate of the opposition Pheu Thai Party, during a campaign stop.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SURAPAN BOONTHANOM / Reuters

Children play on a hill.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OMAR SOBHANI / Reuters

Veterinarians take the blood of a tranquilized female Przewalski's horse for tests before it is transported to a military airport for its eventual flight to Mongolia. The Prague Zoo is transporting four Przewalski's horses back to their native environment.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETR JOSEK / Reuters

Riders take part in the fourth stage of the Tour de Suisse cycling race.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENIS BALIBOUSE / Reuters

A roadside vendor walks along the banks of Dal Lake at sunset.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dar Yasin / Associated Press

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Pictures in the News | June 14, 2011

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Pictures in the News | June 14, 2011

Today’s highlights from our batch of images in Pictures in the News include the collapse of a six-story building in Nairobi that killed two and left 14 missing.

Darth Vader left out in the rain? Well, it’s just an impersonator standing in a downpour, waiting to pose with tourists in Berlin.

And in Switzerland, a stream of cyclists streak by during the fourth stage of the Tour de Suisse.

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