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Mourners gather around the grave of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah at the Al-Oud cemetery in Riyadh. Foreign leaders gathered in the Saudi capital for the funeral of the ruler of the world's top oil exporter.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED MASHHUR / AFP/Getty Images

An armed member of the Shiite Huthi movement shouts slogans during a demonstration to support the movement's uprising, which has resulted in militants taking control of Sanaa, the Yemeni capital. Yemen faced a dangerous power vacuum after its president announced his resignation over a deadly standoff with Shiite militia controlling the capital and lawmakers called an emergency weekend session.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP/Getty Images

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Blackfin suit up in tactical gear before a training exercise at dusk during a patrol mission along the Central Coast of California.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times

Firefighters battle a fire early Friday in Homestead, Pa. At least one of the five buildings that caught fire collapsed after the fire was reported about 4:30 a.m.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Darrell Sapp / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A man is silhouetted by a professional stage light panel at the Omez Lighting booth during the 2015 National Assn. of Music Merchants show at the Anaheim Convention Center.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times

Musicians walk along the streets of Havana, Cuba. Cuban officials and the highest-level U.S. delegation to visit Havana in 35 years held landmark talks on reopening embassies, but both sides warned that normalizing ties would take time.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: -- / AFP/Getty Images

A general view of a 360-degree panorama display depicting the city of Dresden, Germany, in the aftermath of the Allied firebombing is shown during the press preview in Dresden. On February 13, 1945, only months before the end of World War II, British and U.S. bombers obliterated the historic city center, killing at least 25,000 people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthias Rietschel / Getty Images

A flamingo hides its head in its feathers on a cold Friday at the zoo in Cologne, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Martin Meissner / Associated Press

Workmen wrap a big red bow on the birthplace of Robert Burns in Alloway, Scotland, during festivities marking the poet's 256th birthday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images

People attend a funeral service for two schoolteachers in Myitkyina, northern Myanmar. Myanmar said it would investigate the deaths of the two teachers, who activists said were raped and murdered by government troops. The battered bodies of the two women, ages 20 and 21, were found in a remote village in Shan state, where they were teaching children on behalf of the Kachin Baptist Convention.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: HKUN LAT / AFP/Getty Images

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, right, looks on as Australian actor Hugh Jackman poses for photos after they flipped a ceremonial switch to light the Empire State Building in flag colors to celebrate Australia Day in New York.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bebeto Matthews / Associated Press

Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts during his third-round match against Andreas Seppi of Italy at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park in Australia.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOE CASTRO / EPA

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Friday’s Pictures in the News begins in the Middle East, where mourners gather around the grave of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah at the Al-Oud cemetery in Riyadh. Foreign leaders gathered in the Saudi capital for the funeral of the ruler of the world’s top oil exporter.

Sanaa, Yemen: An armed member of the Shiite Huthi movement shouts slogans during a demonstration to support the movement’s uprising, which resulted in militants taking control of Sanaa, the Yemeni capital.

Central Coast: The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Blackfin suit up in tactical gear before a training exercise at dusk during a patrol mission along the Central Coast of California. Read story

Havana, Cuba: Musicians walk along the streets of Havana. Cuban officials and the highest-level U.S. delegation to visit Havana in 35 years held landmark talks on reopening embassies, but both sides warned that normalizing ties would take time.

Dresden, Germany: A  360-degree panorama display depicts the city of Dresden in the aftermath of the Allied firebombing during World War II. On February 13, 1945, only months before the end of the war, British and U.S. bombers obliterated the historic city center, killing at least 25,000 people.

Myitkyina, Myanmar: People attend a funeral service for two schoolteachers who activists said were raped and murdered by government troops. The battered bodies of the two women, ages 20 and 21, were found in a remote village in Shan state, where they were teaching children.

Melbourne, Australia: Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts during his third-round match against Andreas Seppi of Italy at the Australian Open tennis tournament.

 

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