Justine Ezarik, center, a Youtube sensation known as iJustine, is first in line with Cody LaScala, left, and Ed Palumbo as they wait for doors to open. Ezarik will auction her old phone for a charity that Cody is affiliated with.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Al Seib / Los Angeles TimesLink
Visitors to the Apple store descend a staircase to the showroom below to purchase the latest iPhones in New York.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julie Jacobson / Associated PressLink
A vigil was held outside Los Angeles City Hall for Matthew and Grace Huang, Pasadena residents who have been detained in Qatar since the January 2013 death of their adopted daughter, Gloria, pictured at left. The couple were accused of killing Gloria; they say she died from a severe eating disorder.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles TimesLink
Twilight view of downtown Los Angeles taken from the Hollywood Hills.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK RALSTON / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Chinese online retail giant Alibaba CEO Jack Ma arrives at the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Alibaba is poised for a record-breaking stock market debut with shares priced at $68 in a public offering that could be valued at $25 billion.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Scrapyard manager Rita Gathino prepares to close a displayed coffin used to scare away thieves near their entrance gate in Cullinan, South Africa. Many properties in crime-ridden South Africa are secured by electronic burglar alarms and high concrete walls topped with high-voltage electric fences, but in the quaint small diamond mining town of Cullinan, coffins are the latest security gadgets.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Pro-union supporters celebrate as Scottish independence referendum results are announced at a "Better Together" event in Glasgow, Scotland. Scotland appeared set to reject independence Friday with 23 out of 32 voting areas declared and the crucial Glasgow region having given its result.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDY BUCHANAN / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A model gets ready backstage before the Blumarine collection during the 2015 Spring / Summer Milan Fashion Week in Milan.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Harry Mayhead, Pearly King of Bow Bells who served in Egypt and France for the Royal Army Service Corp. in World War II, "plants" ceramic poppies at the Tower of London. "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" is the evolving art installation at the tower, and 888,246 ceramic poppies will be planted in the moat by volunteers with the last poppy being planted on Nov. 11. Each poppy represents a British or Colonial fatality in the First World War.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kirsty Wigglesworth / Associated PressLink
The exterior of the Jakobskreuz, (St James's summit cross) in Sankt Jakob im Haus in Tyrol, Austria. At 95 feet tall, the building is the biggest of its kind and consists of several meetings and meditation rooms and five viewing platforms. The cross is located on the Way of St James to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Getty ImagesLink
A Kurdish peshmerga fighter holds a position on the front line in the Gwer district, south of Arbil, the capital of the Kurdish autonomous region in northern Iraq.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: SAFIN HAMED / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
American artists from the Manual Cinema group perform a live cinematic shadow puppet show during the Tehran Mobarak Puppet Festival at the City Theater in Iran. Hundreds of Iranian art lovers gave a troupe of Chicago-based puppeteers flowers and a lengthy standing ovation at the Tehran City Theater at the end of their historic performance this week during a rare visit by American performers to the Islamic Republic.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Vahid Salemi / Associated PressLink
Esteban Gutierrez of Mexico and Sauber F1 drives during practice ahead of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Thompson / Getty ImagesLink
A resident tows his vending stall as he wades through a flooded street during heavy rains brought on by tropical storm Fung-Wong in Manila. Tropical storm Fung-Wong dumped heavy rains that shut down Manila, forcing thousands of residents to flee as the the weather disturbance approached the northern Philippines.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TED ALJIBE / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Filipino rescuers hold a baby at a flood-hit village in Marikina city, east of Manila. A tropical storm triggered widespread floods in the Philippine capital and northern provinces forcing thousands to flee their homes, officials said.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCIS R. MALASIG / EPALink
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