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A North Korean man scrapes off snow from the monument of anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Activists and supporters of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front hold torches as they participate in a protest march to mark International Human Rights Day. More than 68,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed since the outbreak of the insurgency in the region in 1989.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mukhtar Khan / Associated Press

Exiled Tibetans wear headbands during a rally to mark World Human Rights Day. Tibetans also mark Dec. 10 as Nobel Peace Prize Day, the day the Dalai Lama received the prize in 1989.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tsering Topgyal / Associated Press

Egyptians sit at an empty coffee shop at Al Hussein square. The Egyptian military on Monday assumed joint responsibility with the police for security and protecting state institutions until the results of Saturday's scheduled constitutional referendum are announced.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hassan Ammar / Associated Press

An Egyptian protester walks next to graffiti and Arabic writing that reads "No to the Muslim Brotherhood constitution" in Tahrir Square.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hassan Ammar / Associated Press

Members of Dutch youth soccer club SC Buitenboys pay their respects to Richard Nieuwenhuizen and lay roses on the hearse carrying his body. Nieuwenhuizen, a volunteer official, died after he was allegedly beaten by teenage players from another team following a match on Dec. 2.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BAS CZERWINSKI / EPA

A woman jogs through a snowy park. Weather forecasts predict more snow and cold temperatures in Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthias Rietschel / Associated Press

Pedestrians and commuters walk across the Millennium Bridge in front of St. Paul's Cathedral.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Simon Dawson / Bloomberg

A news cameraman films tributes to late nurse Jacintha Saldanha outside the residential apartments of the King Edward VII hospital. Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, apparently committed suicide after she was duped by Australian radio disc jockeys who, pretending to be members of the royal family, called the hospital and sought updates on the condition of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press

An injured wild elephant tries to eat a banana leaf with its trunk after it was attacked by poachers. The poachers cut off two tusks and the tail of the elephant, but the animal is expected to survive, according to local officials.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anupam Nath / Associated Press

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Pictures in the News | December 10, 2012

Monday’s Pictures in the News begins in Pyongyang, North Korea, where a man scrapes snow off  a monument of anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters. In India, activists and supporters of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front hold torches as they participate in a protest march to mark International Human Rights Day in Srinagar. Over in New Delhi, exiled Tibetans wear headbands during a rally to mark World Human Rights Day. Tibetans also mark Dec. 10 as Nobel Peace Prize Day, the day the Dalai Lama received the prize in 1989.

On the European continent, members of a Dutch youth soccer club pay their respects to Richard Nieuwenhuizen, a volunteer official  who died after he was allegedly beaten by teenage players following a match on Dec. 2.

Elsewhere, an injured wild elephant tries to eat a banana leaf with its trunk after it was attacked by poachers in India, and an outdoor  Cairo is mostly empty amid governmental turmoil.

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