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Diners at a restaurant on Rodeo Plaza watch protesters run along Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills to call for an end to racial profiling in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times

"Jarritos," a local lucha libre participates in the Concrete Hero fun run.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Bakalar / Los Angeles Times

San Bernardino County firefighters walk through scorched terrain as they look for hot spots around Idyllwild. The Mountain fire has scorched more that 22,800 acres and is only 15% contained.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

A firefighting C-130 aircraft is dwarfed by the plume of smoke from the 22,000-acre Mountain fire.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

Vijay Singh of Fiji tees off on the 17th hole during the second round of the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield in Scotland.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthew Lewis / Getty Images

A man plays his guitar in the Thames on the South Bank as Britain's weather service raised the heatwave warning to "level three" for southwest England and the West Midlands.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BOGDAN MARAN / EPA

A crab walks atop an oil slick along a stretch of beach near the village of Gastria in northern Cyprus. A Turkish Cypriot official says it will take at least two months to clean up some 100 tons of spilled fuel oil that has reached the coastline in the breakaway north of the ethnically split island.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Harun Ucar / Associated Press

Russia's top opposition leader Alexei Navalny hugs his wife Yulia in the courtroom. A Russian court on Friday unexpectedly freed Navalny pending his appeal against a five-year sentence on embezzlement charges.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YEVGENY FELDMAN / AFP/Getty Images

A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi hangs a picture of the toppled leader on the barbed wire in front of army soldiers blocking Salah Salem highway.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARWAN NAAMANI / AFP

A Palestinian woman throws stones at Israeli soldiers during clashes at a protest against the Jewish settlement of Qadomem near Nablus, West Bank.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALAA BADARNEH / EPA

116 year-old Fu Suqing gets a medical check up. Suqing received a bronze medal recently from Carry Flag World Records showing that she's the world's oldest living person.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP/Getty Images

People wait behind the barricades to pay tribute at Martyr's Mausoleum during the 66th Martyr's Day commemorating the deaths of nine independence heroes including General Aung San, the father of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LYNN BO BO / EPA

Flowers are placed in front of the ministry office where nine martyrs (including General Aung San, father of Aung San Su Kyi) were killed, during Martyrs' Day in Yangon.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YE AUNG THU / AFP/Getty Images

Catholics touch the World Youth Day Cross that in 1984 Pope John Paul II entrusted the youth of the world, during a mass at Rocinha shantytown in Rio de Janeiro. The Pope is due in Rio for the July 22-28 Catholic WYD, an event expected to attract two million people from around the globe.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YASUYOSHI CHIBA / AFP/Getty Images

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Pictures in the News | July 19, 2013

Time carves out a sculpture park at Joshua Tree

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Banned for life | Clippers players and fans resume playoff run without owner Donald Sterling

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Pictures in the News | July 19, 2013

Pictures in the News | February 29, 2012

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Pictures in the News | July 19, 2013

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Pictures in the News | July 19, 2013

Friday’s Pictures in the News begins in the San Jacinto mountains , where firefighters are battling the  22,800 acre Mountain fire. More photos

Protests over the verdict in the George Zimmerman case continue as diners in a restaurant in Beverly Hills watch demonstrators run along Wilshire Boulevard. More photos

Russia’s top opposition leader Alexei Navalny hugs his wife Yulia in the courtroom in Kirov. A Russian court on Friday unexpectedly freed Navalny pending his appeal of a five-year sentence on embezzlement charges. More photos

Elsewhere, a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi hangs a picture of the toppled leader on the barbed wire in front of soldiers blocking Salah Salem highway in Cairo; people wait behind the barricades to pay tribute at Martyr’s Mausoleum during the 66th Martyr’s Day in Yangon, Burma; and Catholics touch the World Youth Day Cross that in 1984, Pope John Paul II entrusted to the youth of the world, during a Mass at Rocinha shantytown in Rio de Janeiro. Pope Francis is due in Rio for the July 22-28 Catholic WYD, an event expected to attract 2 million people from around the globe.

Add stops in England, Scotland, Cyprus and China to round out the report.

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