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A French civil security services helicopter flies over Seyne, near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT / AFP/Getty Images

Relatives of passengers of a crashed Airbus A320 operated by a German budget airline arrive at El Prat Airport in Barcelona. Germanwings Flight 9525 from Barcelona to Duesseldorf crashed near Barcelonnette, France, with more than 140 passengers and six crew on board.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALEJANDRO GARCIA / EPA

Former NFL star Darren Sharper takes an oath before he and his attorney Lisa Wayne listen carefully to the details of a plea agreement in Los Angeles Superior Court that could send him to federal prison for nine years for numerous sexual assault charges.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

Members of the Actors' Equity Assn. protest Monday in North Hollywood against a recent proposal to end the 99-seat theater plan, the agreement with Actors' Equity that permits members to volunteer their services for a minimal stipend in small theaters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

Dr. Shephal Dosh, right, a performs a heart procedure on a patient with atrial fibrillation at Providence St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica. Two patients were among the first in the nation to receive Watchman implants recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration as an alternative to blood-thinning drugs and their serious side effects.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

Afghans protest the killing of an Afghan woman, Farkhanda. Nearly 3,000 men and women gathered in front of the Supreme Court in Kabul demanding justice for the woman, who was brutally murdered and her body burned by a mob.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: HEDAYATULLAH AMID / EPA

Afghan men stand in front of the Supreme Court in Kabul during a protest demanding justice for a woman who was beaten to death by a mob after being falsely accused of burning a Koran.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Massoud Hossaini / Associated Press

A jockey rides Cladocera, trained by Alain De Royer Dupre, on the track of Meydan racecourse during preparations for the Dubai World Cup 2015 in United Arab Emirates.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALI HAIDER / EPA

U.S. Army soldiers stand among local residents at the Market Square in Bialystok, Poland. The soldiers met with the residents of Bialystok as they moved in the Dragoon Ride convoy from Estonia to their home base in Bavaria, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARTUR RESZKO / EPA

Imam Ali Brigades, members of an Iraqi Shiite militant group, launch rockets against Islamic State extremist positions during clashes in Tikrit.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Khalid Mohammed / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Anti-Houthi protesters carry a fellow protester suffering tear gas effects during clashes with pro-Houthi police in Taiz, Yemen. Shiite rebels fired bullets and tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters demanding they withdraw from the southern province, killing six demonstrators and wounding scores more amid escalating tensions in a country on the verge of civil war.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anees Mahyoub / AP

A motorist makes his way through a flooded street during a heavy downpour in Bangkok, Thailand.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DIEGO AZUBEL / EPA

The Neelum River in Pakistan is in a scenic valley where hundreds of thousands of tourists visit from across Pakistan and abroad.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OMER SALEEM / EPA

A couple embraces in front of bouquets and a magazine depicting the late Lee Kuan Yew outside the Istana Presidential Palace in Singapore. Singapore's first premier died at 91.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: WALLACE WOON / EPA

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Tuesday’s Pictures in the News begins in the French Alps, where a German airliner carrying 150 people crashed while on a flight from Barcelona, Spain, to the German city of Duesseldorf. France’s president warned that there were probably no survivors. Read story

Los Angeles: Former NFL star Darren Sharper appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court and is expected to serve nine years behind bars for numerous sexual assault charges.

Kabul, Afghanistan: Thousands of men and women gathered in front of the Supreme Court demanding justice for a woman who was brutally murdered and her body burned by a mob.

Singapore: A couple embraces in front of floral bouquets and a magazine depicting the late Lee Kuan Yew outside the Istana Presidential Palace in Singapore. Singapore’s first premier Lee Kuan Yew died at 91.

Taiz, Yemen: Shiite rebels fired bullets and tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters demanding they withdraw from the southern province as escalating tensions put the country on the verge of civil war.

Add stops in Poland, Thailand, Kashmir and the United Arab Emirates to round out the report.

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