Andrew Lark, 32, with his 8-year-old son, Bennett, wait in line Friday morning for West Hollywood's Maxfield store to open so they can purchase an Apple Watch.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles TimesLink
Apple fans wear their hearts on their foreheads before entering a Tokyo store to buy Apple watches.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANCK ROBICHON / EPALink
Women hold pictures of loved ones who were among the estimated 1.5 million Armenians killed by the Ottoman Turks a century ago during commemorative events of the mass slayings in Yerevan, Armenia.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sergei Grits / Associated PressLink
People wearing gags gather in central Moscow mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: DMITRY SEREBRYAKOV / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
The ash cloud from Chile's Calbuco volcano spreads across the sky, as seen from an apartment window across the border in Bariloche, Argentina.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANIEL ORTIZ / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
An asylum seekers holds a paper boat with words written in Italian that read, "Too many deaths, it is not good," during a demonstration in front of the Italian parliament in Rome.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A woman walks between balloons part of an art light installation in Bucharest, Romania. Bucharest hosts the Spotlight International Light Festival for the next three days.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Vadim Ghirda / Associated PressLink
A couple wearing World War II-era U.S. Army uniforms kiss during the Convoy of Liberty event in Prague, Czech Republic, which commemorates the liberation of the western part of the country from Nazi occupation by U.S. forces in 1945.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FILIP SINGER / EPALink
Members of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Ga., console one another during a candlelight vigil and memorial service for five nursing students who were killed in a multivehicle traffic accident.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ian Maule / Savannah Morning NewsLink
A view of the Duomo in Florence, Italy, and the city and hills beyond as seen from the Campanile.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TIZIANA FABI / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
An Egyptian youth carries a burning flare as supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood gather in the El Mataria neighborhood of Cairo to protest the 20-year sentence handed to ousted President Mohammed Morsi and verdicts against other prominent figures of the Brotherhood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Belal Darder / Associated PressLink
A South Korean protester sits in front of a row of police officers in riot gear during a rally against government labor policies in Seoul. Tens of thousands of protesters demanded policy changes and the resignation of South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEON HEON-KYUN / EPALink
A rare Iberian lynx explores its new territory after being released into the wild during a ceremony in Mazarambroz, Spain. The lynx, one of two released after being bred in captivity, is outfitted with a tracking collar.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ISMAEL HERRERO / EPALink
A man guides donkeys across a bridge over the Nu River at Bingzhongluo, in southwest China's Yunnan province. The Chinese government plans several dams on the Nu, also known as the Salween, which flows from Tibet through Yunnan then south through Myanmar and Thailand, and is the only major river in Southeast Asia that not to be dammed.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: GREG BAKER / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
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