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Winter, an 11-week-old French bulldog, was on show at the American Kennel Club's announcement that the breed is in the top 10 favored breeds in America. The French bulldog is the most popular breed in the city of Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times

Journalists work outside the home where Islamic State militant Mohammed Emwazi, popularly known as Jihadi John, is believed to have once lived in London.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carl Court / Getty Images

An undated image from a video released by Islamic State militants purports to show the militant who beheaded Alan Henning. Mohammed Emwazi has been identified by news organizations as the masked militant more commonly known as "Jihadi John."

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, center, joins members of the audience in applauding at an open hearing at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington. The FCC opened the door for two community broadband providers to expand service, preempting state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Pablo Martinez Monsivais / Associated Press

Officials inspect the repaired track in Oxnard, where a Metrolink commuter train derailed earlier in the week.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times

Emergency personnel respond to a multivehicle pileup on Interstate 95 near Bangor, Maine. State police spokesman Steve McCausland says the pileup in Etna happened in heavy snow and involved many cars, a school bus and a tractor trailer.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stephen McCausland / Associated Press

A woman pours out water from her house after heavy rains in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MIGUEL SCHINCARIOL / AFP/Getty Images

A boy plays with a toy tank as he sits with his family in a bomb shelter after their house was destroyed in the village of Myronivske, controlled by Ukrainian forces. Ukraine's military said it was starting the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the frontline, bolstering a stuttering peace plan as the United States and Russia traded barbs over the conflict.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANATOLII STEPANOV / AFP/Getty Images

A guest leaves at the end of the unveiling of Max Mara women's fall-winter 2015-16 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week in Italy.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luca Bruno / AFP/Getty Images

Students shout slogans as they march during the second day of a strike in Madrid. Students across Spain are protesting changes in the system of university degrees.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andres Kudacki / Associated Press

British singer Rita Ora poses with fans as she arrives for the Brit Awards ceremony at the O2 Arena in London.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA / EPA

Passengers at a railway station in Jammu, India, board a train through an emergency window to get a seat.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JAIPAL SINGH / EPA

Visitors walk past a work by British artist Julian Opie during the ARCO Contemporary Art Fair at the Ifema exhibition site in Madrid, Spain.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JUAN CARLOS HIDALGO / EPA

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Pictures in the News | February 26, 2015

Thursday’s Pictures in the News begins in New York, where 11-week-old French bulldog Winter was on show at the American Kennel Club announcement of the top 10 favored breeds in America.

London: Journalists work outside the home where Islamic State militant Mohammed Emwazi, popularly known as Jihadi John, is believed to have once lived.

Washington. D.C.: The FCC opened the door for two community broadband providers to expand service, preempting state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina that prevented these and similar broadband providers in the two states from meeting local demand for broadband service.

Madrid, Spain: Students shout slogans as they march during the second day of a strike protesting changes in the system of university degrees.

Add stops in Brazil, Ukraine, Italy and elsewhere in Spain to round out the report.

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