Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, arrive with their son Prince George at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace in central London, for the christening of the 3-month-old prince.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHN STILLWELL / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers union march in support of El Super grocery workers in Inglewood, calling for more work hours, salary increases and sick leave benefits.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles TimesLink
A newly hatched Komodo dragon is held by L.A. Zoo curator Ian Recchio. It's one of the first females to be sexed in the egg using DNA. Managing reproduction will prevent inbreeding and improve health.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Boster / Los Angeles TimesLink
Lead singer Davey Havok of the neo-punk band AFI paces the stage during a performance at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles TimesLink
'SuzE Q' of Cirque Berzerk dances high above the crowd before the start of night's performances at Edward Sharpe's Big Top festival at Los Angeles State Historic Park.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Bakalar / Los Angeles TimesLink
A U.S. Marine detail carries the remains of Marine Lance Cpl. Christopher O. Grant of Richwood, La., from a military transport after its arrival at Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Del. Grant was killed Oct. 20 while conducting combat operations in Helmand province of Afghanistan.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Wilson / Getty ImagesLink
A woman wearing a sticker on her mouth reading "freedom" stands in front a police cordon during a protest in the center of Skopje, Macedonia, where journalists gathered to protest a 4½-year prison sentence handed down against their colleague Tomislav Kezarovski for revealing the identity of a witness in a murder case.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROBERT ATANASOVSKI / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Firefighters mop up after a firestorm swept through a property in Bilpin in Australia's New South Wales state. Scores of Australians evacuated their homes in mountains west of Sydney on Wednesday as intensifying winds fanned wildfires and grounded the helicopters that were fighting them.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rob Griffith / Associated PressLink
Pakistani boys living with their families outside Islamabad after they fled their homes in Pakistan's tribal areas due to fighting between the Taliban and the army pose for a photographer.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anjum Naveed / Associated PressLink
Followers of the Shiite Houthi group known as Ansarullah dance with traditional daggers called jambiyas during celebration of the Eid al-Ghadeer holiday in Sanaa, Yemen. The Shiite holiday commemorates the Prophet Mohammed's designation of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib, his son-in-law, as his successor.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hani Mohammed / Associated PressLink
Thousands of Tunisians rallied in the capital, Tunis, on the opening day of the country's national dialogue calling for the Islamist-led government to keep its promise and resign to allow fresh elections.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hassene Dridi / Associated PressLink
Visitors watch a spotted eagle ray swim by at the Ocean's Park Grand Aquarium in Hong Kong. The aquarium is home to around 5,000 fish and it hosts over 400 species.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEROME FAVRE / EPALink
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