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Two people embrace in front of a memorial to MIT police Officer Sean Collier, who was killed during a confrontation with the suspects in the bombings at Boston Marathon.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JUSTIN LANE / EPA

Pedestrians walk past the spot where the first bomb detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Boylston Street. Traffic was allowed to flow all the way down Boylston on Wednesday morning for the first time since two explosions on April 15.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Dwyer / Associated Press

Armenian Americans along with friends and supporters hold a candlelight vigil in memory of those who died in the Armenian genocide at Glendale Civic Auditorium.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

A carnation is placed between lists of names during a demonstration marking the 98th anniversary of the massacre and deportation of Ottoman Armenians during World War I.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OZAN KOSE / AFP / Getty Images

Police clash with protesters at the annual rally to protest the mass killings of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey nearly a century ago.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nikolas Giakoumidis / Associated Press

New Cal State Chancellor Timothy P. White break dances at the Cal State Dominguez Hills campus, the latest stop on his first-year tour of all 23 universities. So far he's made a big impression by approaching students to hear their stories and familiarizing himself with the larger campus community.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

Angels Howie Kendrick celebrates his game-winning home run against the Texas Rangers in the 11th inning at Angel Stadium.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times

Rescue workers and people look for survivors after an eight-story building housing several garment factories collapsed.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: A.M. Ahad / Associated Press

Relatives mourn a victim at the site where an eight-story building housing several garment factories collapsed. The building collapsed near Bangladesh's capital Wednesday morning, killing dozens of people and trapping many more in the rubble.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: A.M. Ahad / AFP / Getty Images

Syrian rebel fighters stand amid sandbags in a damaged section of the Umayyad Mosque complex.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DIMITAR DILKOFF / AFP / Getty Images

Apartment towers and the International Commerce Centre are seen through a work of art entitled "Poetic Cosmos of the Breath" by Argentine artist Tomas Saraceno, which is part of the 'Inflation!' exhibition curated by Mobile M+.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Vincent Yu / Associated Press

An inflatable sculpture of a pig called 'House of Treasures' by Chinese contemporary artist Cao Fei on display as part of the 'Inflation!' exhibition curated by Mobile M+.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jessica Hromas / Getty Images

Professor Paul Anderson, director of Digital Design Studio, attends the unveiling of a 3D visualization of a human head and neck. Designed by Glasgow School of Arts Digital Design Studio, the visualization will improve medical and dental training.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images

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Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Massachusetts, where two people embrace in front of a memorial to MIT police Officer Sean Collier, who was killed during a confrontation with the suspects in the bombings at Boston Marathon, in Cambridge. MIT officials say they are expecting as many as 10,000 people at Wednesday’s service at Briggs Field.

Elsewhere, Armenian Americans hold a candlelight vigil at the Glendale Civic Auditorium on Tuesday night in memory of those who died in the Armenian genocide in 1915; new Cal State Chancellor Timothy P. White break dances at the Dominguez Hills campus; and rescue workers and other people look for survivors after an eight-story building housing several garment factories collapsed in Bangladesh.

Add stops in Syria, Hong Kong, Greece and Scotland to round out the report.

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