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Egyptian security forces assist the lifeless body of Giza Police Gen. Nabil Farrag, center, who was killed after militants opened fire on security forces in Kerdasa, Egypt.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ahmed Abdel Fattah / Associated Press

A rebel fighter ducks behind a barricade in Aleppo, Syria.


A protestor wears a gas mask during clashes with police in the western Athens working class suburb of Keratsini, Greece.


Fashion Week in Milan, Italy drew plenty of models and photographers.


Two Afghan boys, suspected of being suicide bombers, are searched at the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Kabul, Afghanistan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kamran Jebreili / Associated Press

Schalke's Marco Hoeger, left, heads the ball as Bucharest's Alexandru Bourceanu defends in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Martin Meissner / Associated Press

Dolphins put on a show at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Motobu, on the southern island of Okinawa, Japan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Eugene Hoshiko / Associated Press

Despite the heat, thousands flocked to the port of Kaohsiung, the first leg of the Taiwan tour, to see Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's 59 foot yellow duck.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Santana / Associated Press

A boy in Bhopal, India hunts for items after the immersion of Lord Ganesh idols to mark the end of Ganesh festival.


In this time exposure, lightning strikes next to Mt. Sinabung volcano in Indonesia as it spews steam and ash.


Relief boxes thrown from the air by a naval helicopter in Acapulco were in demand following heavy rains and flooding.


Connie Britton should be happy with her assigned seat for the Emmys Awards on Sunday at Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

Cameron Bay, with boyfriend Rod Daily, gets emotional speaking at an AIDS Healthcare Foundation event about her experiences in adult films.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

Mayor Eric Garcetti, with scissors, and former mayors Antonio Villaraigosa, Richard Riordan, James Hahn and city and LAX airport officials, celebrate after a Singapore A380 Super Jumbo jet pulled in to Gate 148 at the new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times

Cassidy Lynn Campbell, 16 and a transgender student at Marina High School in Huntington Beach, is a finalist for homecoming queen.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

Daniel Bruhl, left, is photographed in Toronto alongside race car driver Niki Lauda, whom he'll portray in Ron Howard's new film, "Rush."

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

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Clashes between Egyptian security forces and armed groups erupted in a village close to Cairo, leaving a senior police officer dead, state media and security officials reported. Full story

Aleppo, Syria: Rebel fighters take cover behind a barricade. Damascus and key ally Moscow joined forces in a bid to thwart plans for a Western-backed United Nations resolution on Syria’s chemical weapons that allows the use of force. The United States, meanwhile, said it will maintain the threat of force in case Syria’s regime fails to abide by an agreement to relinquish control of its chemical weapons. Full story

Kabul, Afghanistan: Two Afghan boys suspected of being suicide bombers are searched by the guards before they return to their cells at the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Center The orders from their religious teacher were clear-cut: Go to Afghanistan, strap on a suicide vest and kill foreign forces. Full story

Acapulco: Relief efforts continue in Mexico. Authorities scrambled Tuesday to evacuate tourists stranded by floods in the resort town. Hurricanes  Ingrid and Manuel delivered a devastating one-two punch to the country during a three-day holiday weekend, sparking landslides and causing rivers to overflow in several states. Full story

Los Angeles:  Staff leave little to chance, including seating, for the 65th Emmy Awards at Nokia Theatre.

Los Angeles: Adult film performer Cameron Bay, with boyfriend Rod Daily, tearfully describes a film shoot that put the performers at risk of contracting HIV.  Bay tested positive for HIV, prompting a weeklong moratorium on filming last month. Full story

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, with scissors, helped commemorate the opening of the $1.9 billion Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX and completion of Phase 1 of the project. More photos and video

Huntington Beach: Cassidy Lynn Campbell puts on makeup in her bedroom.  Cassidy, a transgender student at Marina High School, is one of 10 finalists for homecoming queen. More photos and video

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