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Malian youths restrain an alleged shop looter after arresting him in the northern city that is a key Islamist stronghold until it was retaken on Saturday by French and Malian troops in a major boost to the French-led offensive against the Al Qaeda-linked rebels.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIA KAMBOU / AFP / Getty Images

Unveiled Malian girls sing and play in the city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIA KAMBOU / AFP / Getty Images

A woman weeps as she is comforted by a man during the funeral of Gustavo Goncalves, a victim of the Kiss nightclub fire in which 235 were killed.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Felipe Dana / Associated Press

Visitors walk among portraits of Berlin Jews and political opponents persecuted, and in many cases murdered or driven to suicide by the Nazis, in the exhibition "Diversity Destroyed." The exhibition coincides with the 80th anniversary of the assumption of power by the Nazis with the appointment of Adolf Hitler as Reichskanzler, or chancellor of the empire.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sean Gallup / Getty Images

Students play music during a protest in the northern Greek port city. Students from special-curricula state schools staged the protest against government cuts that have left them without transport and staff shortages.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nikolas Giakoumidis / Associated Press

An injured protester lies on the street outside the Labor Ministry. Police were called in on Wednesday to dislodge around 30 Communist unionists from the ministry in a protest against new pension plan cuts.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARIS MESSINIS / AFP / Getty Images

The molars of this white lion cub look pretty formidable as it greets photographers with a warning snarl at Serengeti-Park in Germany,. Four white lions and four white tigers were born to the zoo in October and November.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE / EPA

An face-painted activist participates in a march for peace and communal harmony.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rajanish Kakade / Associated Press

Newly initiated "Naga Sadhus" perform rituals as an older Sadhu takes a picture on the bank of the Ganges River during the Maha Kumbh festival.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SANJAY KANOJIA / AFP / Getty Images

A man poses with Arturo Di Modica's "The Bund Financial Bull" sculpture on the Bund at night. China's economic growth accelerated for the first time in two years as government efforts to revive demand drove a rebound in industrial output, retail sales and the housing market.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tomohiro Ohsumi / Bloomberg

A young pygmy elephant walks near her dead mother in Gunung Rara Forest Reserve in Sabah state on Borneo Island. Ten Borneo pygmy elephants -- seven females and three males -- have been found dead in Gunung Rara Forest Reserve. The elephant was believed to have been poisoned.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SABAH WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT

Former U.S. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, retired Navy Capt. Mark Kelly, right, prepare to testify before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence in Washington. Lawmakers are considering a number of bills to curb gun violence and also ways to improve the system of tracking people who are prohibited by law from owning a gun.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JIM LO SCALZO / EPA

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Pictures in the News | Jan. 30, 2013

Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Africa, where Malian youths restrain an alleged shop looter after arresting him in the northern city of Gao, a key Islamist stronghold until it was retaken  by French and Malian troops in a major boost to the French-led offensive against the Al Qaeda-linked rebels.

Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, retired Navy Capt. Mark Kelly, testified before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence in Washington.

In Greece, students play music during a protest in the northern port city of Thessaloniki against government cuts that have left them without transport and staff shortages. In Athens, an injured protester lays on the street outside the Labor Ministry after police were called in during a protest against new pension plan cuts.

A tragic scene in Malaysia, where a young pygmy elephant walks near her dead mother in Gunung Rara Forest Reserve on Borneo Island. Ten Borneo pygmy elephants, seven females and three males have been found dead in Gunung Rara Forest Reserve.

Elsewhere, visitors walk among portraits of Berlin Jews and political opponents persecuted, and in many cases murdered or driven to suicide, by the Nazis in the exhibition “Diversity Destroyed” in Berlin; a white lion cub snarls at photographers at the Serengeti-Park in Germany; and a face-painted activist participates in a march for peace and communal harmony in Mumbai.

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