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A flower memorial to slain TSA officer Gerardo Hernandez was placed at LAX.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

Wesley Johnson of the Lakers seems to have the upper hand on Dennis Schroder of the Hawks in a battle for a loose ball at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times

Tommy Takemoto of Monterey Park attends Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christina House / For the Times

A man tries to intervene as supporters of the army-installed government, left, clash with supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi outside the high court on the first day of Morsi's trial in Cairo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMED EL-SHAHED / AFP/Getty Images

A screen grab from video released by the Egyptian Interior Ministry shows ousted President Mohamed Morsi , center, arriving for court in Cairo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: INTERIOR MINISTRY HANDOUT / EPA

Four men charged in connection with the Westgate shopping mall massacre appear in court in Nairobi, Kenya.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KAMANJA KARANJA / AFP/Getty Images

A man places remembrance crosses outside Westminster Abbey ahead of the official opening of the Royal British Legion's Field of Remembrance in London. Hundreds of small crosses bearing a poppy have been planted to pay tribute to British servicemen and women who have lost their lives in conflict.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images

Students from St. Andrew's University in Scotland indulge in a tradition of covering themselves with foam to honor the "academic family."

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff J. Mitchell / Getty Images

A man holds a portrait of late Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin as part of a rally during the National Unity Day in St. Petersburg, Russia.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP/Getty Images

Children play at a playground in Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Baikonur was founded nearly 60 years ago as a secret settlement for Soviet space test ground specialists.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SERGEI CHIRIKOV / EPA

Altar servers head into St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican as part of a procession for a Mass celebrated by Pope Francis.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VINCENZO PINTO / AFP/Getty Images

Iranian artists hold posters with Persian that reads, "America cannot do a damn thing," as they perform during an annual anti-American demonstration in Tehran.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ebrahim Noroozi / Associated Press

A Jewish woman wears a prayer shawl as she prays at the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ariel Schalit / Associated Press

A man watches Diwali fireworks light up the night sky above Ajmer, India.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Deepak Sharma / Associated Press

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