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Protesters were ejected from the Cal State University Board of Trustees meeting as they shouted down the trustees over tuition increases. Once outside, the protesters confronted University Police and broke a glass door while demanding to be allowed inside.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

French Bulldogs Luigi and Simone of Pasadena ride a wave in a wave tank during a casting call to find dogs to appear in a Rose Parade float alongside Tillman, the famous skateboarding dog at Fiesta Floats in Irwindale.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times

Tibetan expatriates and their supporters hold a hunger strike in the Netherlands to protest Chinese repression and curtailment of religious freedom in Tibet.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VALERIE KUYPERS / European Pressphoto Agency

An Occupy Wall Street protester confronts New York police officers enforcing a no-sleeping rule in Zuccotti Park. Police had removed protesters from the park early in the morning. A judge ruled that protesters could return to the park but could not camp there.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Allison Joyce / Getty Images

An ethnic Miao man uses a sickle to shave another man's head.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SHENG LI / Reuters

A group of men carry pikes, spearlike medieval weapons, through the fog as part of a procession to Morgarten Battle Chapel. The annual procession commemorates the Battle of Morgarten of 1315, when the Swiss defeated a far larger Austrian force.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIGI TISCHLER / European pressphoto agency

A Jewish man strolls below the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount. Jews can visit the Temple Mount, accompanied by Israeli police, but are not allowed to pray in the compound.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ABIR SULTAN / european pressphoto agency

Filipino riot police push back students attempting to block U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's convoy near the gates of the Malacanang presidential palace.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENNIS M. SABANGAN / European Pressphoto Agency

A sign posted on a city street delivers an anti-Nazi message in Zwickau, the reputed home of a terrorist cell blamed for a series of at least 10 killings, bank robberies and bomb attacks. The cell reportedly formed in Jena, went underground at the end of the 1990s and continues to be active from Zwickau.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARNO BURGI / European pressphoto agency

Doctors protest public health cutbacks outside the Catalan Department of Health during the second day of a strike by health workers in Barcelona.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Ramos / Getty Images

Kyrgyz people pray at Ata-Beyit Cemetery at the graves of relatives killed during the April 2010 uprising that overthrew President Kurmanbek Bakiyev and installed a new government.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO / AFP/Getty Images

People leave floral tributes at a monument to students killed during an uprising almost four decades ago against the military junta that controlled Greece. Commemorations will culminate with a march on Thursday marking the 38th anniversary of the student revolt in 1973 that eventually led to the junta's ouster.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP/Getty Images

Teams from Libya's National Transitional Council dig up ordnance and weapons buried by the Kadafi regime at a military base.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED SALEM / Reuters

A baby pileated gibbon (Hylobates pileatus) clings to its mother at the Zurich zoo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STEFFEN SCHMIDT / European pressphoto agency

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Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in the Netherlands, where Tibetans are on hunger strike in The Hague to protest Chinese repression and curtailment of religious freedom in Tibet.

Tensions are still high in New York, where an Occupy Wall Street protester confronts NYPD officers enforcing a no-sleeping rule in Zuccotti Park. This week’s raid in New York City follows recent similar moves in California and Oregon. SEE GALLERY

Filipino anti-riot policemen have their hands full as they scuffle with students attempting to block U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s convoy near the Malacanang presidential palace in Manila; Spanish doctors protest public health cutbacks in Barcelona; and Kyrgyz mourners pray at Ata-Beyit cemetery at the graves of their relatives killed during the April 2010 uprising that ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev and installed a new government.

Elsewhere, one man shaves another’s head with a sickle — that’s right, a sickle — in the village of Basha, China; Swiss men carrying medieval weapons commemorate the Battle of Morgarten in 1315 when the Swiss defeated a far larger Austrian force; and teams from Libya’s National Transitional Council collect unexploded ordnance buried underground by the Kadafi regime at a military base near Tripoli.

1 Comment

  1. February 9, 2012, 11:27 am

    Tibetan people want freedom; China will never be a great and lasting world power until the Tibetan people and Tibetan Buddhism are free from China’s precaution. Long life to the Dalai Lama!

    By: cam

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