A mostly cloudy day yields a golden sunset as a brakeman aboard a freight train rolls into Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles TimesLink
Tears stream down the face of 10-year-old James Dotson of Bellflower as he attends a candlelight vigil for his cousin Elawnza Peebles,14, in in Los Angeles. Elawnza was fatally shot as he was walking home in the 4600 block of Kansas Avenue near 46th Street Friday evening.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles TimesLink
A Filipino woman holding a baby runs during a downpour in the super typhoon-devastated city of Tacloban, Philippines. International aid poured in for the Philippines as authorities stepped up efforts to reach survivors driven to looting after one of the world's strongest typhoons devastated their towns. A tropical depression brought heavy rains over the central and eastern Philippines, where provinces badly hit by Haiyan are located, raising concerns that relief operations would be hampered.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCIS R. MALASIG / EPALink
A boy looks at the debris of destroyed houses in Tacloban after Super Typhoon Haiyan, the most powerful storm in the world this year, hit the Philippines. The Philippine government said it had deployed armored vehicles, set up checkpoints and imposed a curfew to help end looting.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: NOEL CELIS / AFPLink
Lee Roeser, right, a lead wrangler in front of 100 mules as they march on Western Avenue making their way from Brand Park in Glendale to the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank as part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Artist Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio organizers began the journey in Lone Pine, Calif., on Oct. 18 and have traversed more than 240 miles, walking the length of the aqueduct with the animals.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Al Seib / Los Angeles TimesLink
A boat motors along the Lake Lucerne behind an autumnal maple in front of the Urner mountains in Luetzelau, Switzerland.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sigi Tischler / KEYSTONELink
Afghan government officials and policemen watch as a cache of alcohol and drugs burn in Kabul, Afghanistan. Opium, heroin, morphine, hashish and thousands of bottles alcohol and beer were destroyed as part of a fight against drugs amid a surge in opium cultivation government, officials said.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FARSHAD USYAN / AFPLink
A Shia Muslim walks across burning embers during the Ashura festival in Yangon, Myanmar. Shia Muslims mark the Day of Ashura as a day of mourning for the death of the grandson of Prophet Muhammad. Devotees recite prayers, flagellate themselves and walk on fire to mark the day of mourning.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Khin Maung Win / Associated PressLink
A rebel fighter holds a position in a damaged building during clashes with Syrian government forces in the northeastern city of Deir Ezzor, Syria.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: AHMAD ABOUD / AFPLink
A Syrian boy holds bottles of water in a refugee camp in the town of Harmanli, south-east of Sofia, Bulgaria. Bulgaria's asylum centers are severely overcrowded after the arrival of almost 10,000 refugees this year, half of them Syrian. The influx has fueled anti-immigrant sentiment in a country already struggling with dire poverty.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV / AFPLink
Afghan refugee Hasanat Mohammed, 5, poses for a picture while standing outside his home in a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan hosts over 1.6 million registered Afghans, the largest and most protracted refugee population in the world, according to the U.N. refugee agency. Thousands of them still live without electricity, running water and other basic services.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Muhammed Muheisen / Associated PressLink
Matthew McConaughey, the lead actor in "Dallas Buyers Club," in Beverly Hills.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles TimesLink
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