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An Occupy L.A. protester yells at a Los Angeles police officer early Monday. Police filled a downtown intersection near City Hall, blocking protesters who had swarmed onto the street in a vow to stand their ground and refuse to decamp.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

Hundreds of anti-nuclear activists take part in a sit-in on a road leading to Gorleben. A train transporting spent nuclear fuel from France is headed to a temporary nuclear waste storage facility in the city and as many as 5,000 demonstrators are expected to attempt a blockade.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carsten Koall / Getty Images

Anti-nuclear activists lay down sleeping bags on a road leading to a temporary nuclear waste storage facility in Gorleben. The demonstrators are hoping to block a shipment of spent nuclear fuel from France.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Johannes Eisele / AFP / Getty Images

Egyptian men look for their names on a list of registered voters at a polling station in the Heliopolis suburb of Cairo. It is the country's first free election since President Hosni Mubarak was toppled in February.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Amro Maraghi / AFP / Getty Images

Egyptians watch flames rising from a gas pipeline in Sinai. Saboteurs blew up the pipeline, which leads to Jordan and Israel, shortly before Egyptians headed to the polls for their national election. \

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

Trapped vehicles can be seen on the collapsed Kutai Kartanegara bridge. Eleven people died and 39 were injured after the bridge, spanning the Mahakam River, failed Saturday evening.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

A freeride skier carves his way down a steep slope of crushed rocks in the western Austrian village of Haiming.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dominic Ebenbichler / Reuters

A couple hold hands during a snowfall in an amusement park in Tbilisi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Mdzinarishvili / Reuters

A large wave crashes over the Atlantic Road in Averoey the day after the storm Berit struck the Norwegian coast.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters

A man rides his bicycle near Augsburg, where more foggy weather is forecast.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Joerg Koch / Associated Press

A model presents creations by Georgian designers Uta and Levani during Fashion Week in Tbilisi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Vano Shlamov / AFP / Getty Images

A vendor arranges green chillies at a wholesale vegetable market in New Delhi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Prashanth Vishwanathan / Bloomberg

Afghan refugee children look out from a window of a home in Kabul.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ahmad Jamshid / Associated Press

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Pictures in the News | November 28, 2011

Diana Ross concerts at the Forum

On Feb. 6, 1981, and Oct. 3, 1982, Los Angeles Times photographers covered Diana Ross concerts at the Forum in Inglewood. The first, a live concert recorded by CBS Television,...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | November 28, 2011

Los Angeles Times' images of President Kennedy [updated]

John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas. Starting in the 1950s, Kennedy, a Democrat from Massachusetts,...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | November 28, 2011

Gambling ships

Gambling ships were a fixture off the Southern California coast in the 1920s and '30s until a series of raids on Aug. 1, 1939. Looking back at the phenomenon in an article...   View Post»

   

Pictures in the News | November 28, 2011

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Palestinian and Lebanese activists light candles in front of the United Nations building in Beirut to mourn the demonstrators killed May 15 during clashes with Israeli troops;...   View Post»

Pictures in the News | November 28, 2011

Monday’s Pictures in the News begins in Los Angeles, where police arrested several people at an Occupy L.A. demonstration outside City Hall. The commotion quickly died down. See photo gallery.

It’s a historic day in Egypt with voters headed to the polls in the country’s first free election since President Hosni Mubarak was toppled in February. The election has been clouded by violence and political crisis, part of a long process to bring democracy to the Arab world’s most populous nation. Saboteurs blew up Egypt’s gas pipeline to Jordan and Israel just a few hours before voting started.

In Germany, hundreds of anti-nuclear activists take part in a sit-in.

Elsewhere, a freeride skier carves his way down a steep slope of crushed rocks in the western Austrian village of Haiming; trapped vehicles are seen at the collapsed Kutai Kartanegara bridge in Tenggarong, Indonesia; and a large wave crashes over the Atlantic Road in Norway, the day after the storm Berit struck the Norwegian coast.

Add stops in Georgia, India and Afghanistan to round out the report.

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