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In the village of Kafr Nboudah in Syria, rebels associated with the Free Syrian Army launched mortars and fired rocket-propelled grenades.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Kenyan security personnel and journalists duck behind a vehicle as heavy gunfire erupts from the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jerome Delay / Associated Press

A Palestinian woman yells at Israeli security forces during a demonstration in front of Damascus gate in Jerusalem.


Christians in Lahore, Pakistan protest for better protection after a suicide bombing of a church in Peshawar.


Children suffering from severe malnutrition lie on beds at a public hospital in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.


Investigators in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico examine the scene where nine people were killed.


Smoke rises from a fire in San Gabriel Canyon near Azusa, Calif., on Monday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gary Friedman / Los

Raye Charles Robinson Jr., second from right, the son of the legendary singer, was at the Grammy Museum in downtown Los Angeles for the unveiling of a postage stamp honoring his father.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Paul McCartney, right, and guitarist Rusty Anderson took their music to the streets of Hollywood -- Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue specifically -- for the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" show.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

Oracle Team USA crew members celebrate after winning a race in the America's Cup in San Francisco.


Cowboys direct cattle down Capitol Mall toward the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve Yeater / Associated Press

The success of the panda breeding program is displayed in black and white at the Chengdu Research Base in Chengdu, China.


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In Tuesday’s Pictures in the News, Free Syrian Army fighters fire a rocket on government forces in Kafr Nboudah village in northern Syria.

Nairobi, Kenya: Security personnel and journalists take cover as heavy gunfire erupts from the Westgate shopping mall on Monday. Multiple large blasts have rocked the mall, taken over by militants. More photos

Azusa: A plume of smoke rises from a fire in San Gabriel Canyon above Azusa on Monday. Water-dropping helicopters and aircraft were being used to battle the flames, which had burned at least 190 acres. More photos

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