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Colombian Cardinal Ruben Salazar Gomez walks in St. Peter's Square.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Medichini / Associated Press

A Pakistani man tries to salvage what he can find amid the rubble left by a bomb blast.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ASIF HASSAN / AFP / Getty Images

Two people were killed and 22 injured according to reports when unknown gunmen opened fire on a funeral possession in Sohrab Goth neighborhood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: REHAN KHAN / EPA

Irom Sharmila, who has been ordered to be fed through a tube after beginning a hunger strike 12 years ago to protest a law that suspends many human rights protections in areas of conflict, gestures during a news conference. Sharmila was charged Monday with attempted suicide in a case likely to bring attention to her protest against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tsering Topgyal / Associated Press

Astronauts use a robot arm to snare the unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule and its ton of supplies.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHRIS HADFIELD / AFP / Getty Images

Protestors plead that no bail be granted to the eight policemen facing murder charges for their involvement in the death of Mido Macia, who was tied to a police vehicle and dragged to his death.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALEXANDER JOE / AFP / Getty Images

Five years after more than 1,000 people were killed in election-related violence, Kenyans went to the polls for a nationwide election.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Riccardo Gangale / Associated Press

Protesters in Mansoura and Port Said have been calling for civil disobedience campaigns and work stoppages against President Mohamed Morsi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mostafa Darwish / Associated Press

Yemeni soldiers stand guard as suspected Al Qaeda militants, behind bars, attend their first hearing in a state security court.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hani Mohammed / Associated Press

Heavy wind and snow have pedestrians bundling up.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Images

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Pictures in the News | March 4, 2013

Monday’s Pictures in the News begins at the Vatican, where cardinals from around the world have gathered for their first round of meetings before the conclave to elect a new pope to replace the retired Benedict XVI.

Violence in Pakistan, where a man moves his bicycle from his damaged home at the site of a bomb blast in Karachi. Pakistan’s largest city shut down on Monday to mourn the more than 40 people killed by a car bomb in a Shiite Muslim neighborhood, the latest in a series of devastating attacks as Pakistan prepares for elections. Meanwhile, across town in the Sohrab Goth area, Pakistani Rangers return fire after unknown gunmen attacked a funeral possession for victims of the bomb blast. Reports state that two people were killed and 22 injured.

An image from NASA video shows the SpaceX’s Dragon capsule attached to the Canada Arm at the International Space Station. The privately owned unmanned U.S. space capsule arrived at the station on Sunday, bringing  food, scientific materials and other crucial equipment.

On the African continent, Masai line up to vote in a general election in Kenya; clashes erupted between demonstrators and security forces outside a government building in the Egyptian Nile Delta city of Mansoura; and people outside of the Benoni Magistrate’s Court call for no bail for the eight policemen implicated in the death of Mido Macia, the 27-year-old taxi driver who died on Feb. 26, 2013 after being severely beaten by police officers and dragged behind their vehicle after they accused him of obstructing traffic.

Add stops in India, Yemen and the Ukraine to round out the report.

1 Comment

  1. March 4, 2013, 10:58 am

    It is shameful for the world powers, U N. and the custodians of humanity to keep quiet for the last few years watching silently inhumane killings of minority shia sect around the globe in general and in Pakistan in particular. The helpless race has repeatedly begged help from these civilized nations but no one has stepped up to provide any political, social or security help. It looks like, they afraid of the few oil producing nations including Saudi Arabia and Qatar, who are whole heartily behind these killings just to spread their whabism. The west looks her own interest of diluting the power of Iran by keeping their eyes closed.

    By: john2397

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