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Defendent Trishawn Cardessa Carey listens as her lawyer speak during a bail hearing in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. Carey, who is homeless, has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon against a police officer and resisting arrest after allegedly picking up an LAPD nightstick during a fatal police shooting on skid row on March 1, and could face 25 years to life in prison under California's three-strikes sentencing law for repeat offenders.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times

A woman joins a rally in New York City's Times Square opposing the proposed nuclear deal with Iran.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KENA BETANCUR / AFP/Getty Images

Egyptian volunteers search the Nile River for victims after a passenger boat collided with a scow and capsized in Giza. Egypt's Interior ministry says more than a dozen people drowned.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Amr Nabil / Associated Press

Kenyan women in Nairobi pose for a photo in front of a poster depicting President Obama as he would look wearing traditional headgear on the eve of Obama's visit to Kenya for the Pre-Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SIMON MAINA / AFP/Getty Images

Women mourn a man killed by robbers in Bujumbura, Burundi. Politically motivated killings are not unknown in Burundi, but the man was killed by men who tried to rob the shop he worked in, authorities said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jerome Delay / Associated Press

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, center, is greeted by U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stu Jones, left, and Army Lt. Gen. James Terry as he arrives at Baghdad International Airport. Carter is on a weeklong tour of the Middle East focused on reassuring allies about Iran and assessing progress in the coalition air campaign against the Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.

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A young Lebanese man walks past garbage piled on a street in Beirut, where a dispute with the main company responsible for waste disposal has led to a halt in trash collection.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: WAEL HAMZEH / EPA

Relatives grieve during a funeral in Sanliurfa, Turkey, for two police officers found shot to death at their home in the town of Ceylanpinar on the border with Syria. The military wing of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party said it killed the two men as reprisal for a suicide bombing blamed on Islamic State jihadists, that killed 32 activists near the border.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BULENT KILIC / AFP/Getty Images

An exercise rider takes a horse for a morning workout at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Saratoga kicks off its 147th summer of thoroughbred racing on Friday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mike Groll / Associated Press

A firefighter tries to extinguish a wildfire near Ponikve village in Croatia. Wildfires have been raging in Bosnia, Croatia and Montenegro.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DARKO MIHALIC / EPA

A man swims amid a blanket of algae covering the water at a beach in Qingdao, China. The algal phenomenon, an annual occurrence in Qingdao, is usually caused by an abundance of nutrients in the water, especially phosphorus, although the triggers for the enormous blooms -- which began to appear in the Yellow Sea in 2007 -- remain uncertain.

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People sunbathe at Levante Beach on Wednesday in Benidorm, Spain. Spain has set a record, with 29.2 million visitors in June, 4.2% more than the same period in 2014.

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A free skier trains in the Freestyle Park Saas-Fee on the Feegletscher glacier on Wednesday in Saas-Fee, Valais, Switzerland.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DOMINIC STEINMANN / KEYSTONE

The Milky Way is seen in the summer night sky over Salgotarjan, northeast of Budapest, Hungary, late on July 20, 2015. The Milky Way contains our own solar system and appears as a disc-shaped bright band in the sky, although it rarely can been seen with the naked eye.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETER KOMKA / MTI

Rusty Malinoski of Canada competes in the Men's Wakeboard Semifinal during the Pan American Games in Toronto on Tuesday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NATHAN DENETTE / AFP

A resident carries a television set as he wades along a flooded street in Villa Rica, Gravatai, Brazil, on Tuesday. The number of people hit by the rain in Rio Grande do Sul in the past 15 days increased to 47,271, according to data released by the Civil Defense.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEFFERSON BERNARDES / AFP

Marie Sviergula, conservator of the University of Birmingham, holds a Koran manuscript in Birmingham, England, on July 22, 2015. A Koran manuscript has been carbon-dated to close to the time of the Prophet Muhammad, making it one of the oldest in the world, a British university said Wednesday. The two leaves of parchment, filled with "surprisingly legible" text from Islam's holy book, have been dated to around the early seventh century, the University said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PAUL ELLIS / AFP

During a group funeral procession in the Yemeni capital on Wednesday, Yemeni mourners bury the bodies of Huthi rebels killed in a car bomb that targeted a Shiite Muslim mosque in Sanaa earlier this week. The attack on July 21, claimed by the Islamic State group, killed four people near a mosque in the rebel-controlled capital, according to Shiite rebels.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP

Labor groups and supporters for an increase in minimum wage in Los Angeles County to $15 by 2021 show up in large numbers at the Board of Supervisors meeting in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times

A train and a truck collide in Studenka, Czech Republic, killing two people and injuring 13 on Wednesday.

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Turkish riot police use rubber bullets to disperse protesters as they set off fireworks at Kadikoy district in Istanbul on Tuesday, a day after a suicide bomb attack blamed on the Islamic State killed 32 people in the southern Turkish town of Suruc. Turkish police on Wednesday fired tear gas and water cannons against hundreds of protesters who took to streets to condemn the deadly suicide attack in a border town, an AFP photographer reported.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OZAN KOSE / AFP

People gather around the body of a man shot dead in the Nyakabiga neighborhood of Bujumbura, Burundi. Burundians voted amid gunfire and grenade blasts, with President Pierre Nkurunziza widely expected to win a third straight term despite international condemnation and thousands of people fleeing feared violence.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CARL DE SOUZA / AFP/Getty Images

A woman votes in Bujumbura, Burundi, on the day of presidential elections. At least two people, a policeman and a civilian, were killed in a string of explosions and gunfire overnight, police and witnesses said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CARL DE SOUZA / AFP/Getty Images

A 30-second exposure showing the Milky Way in the summer night sky over the vicinity of Salgotarjan, Hungary.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETER KOMKA / EPA

Father Giles Conacher kneels in the lady chapel at Pluscarden Abbey in Elgin, Scotland. Monks at the abbey, which owes its foundation to King Alexander II of Scotland in the year 1230, are warning their peaceful way of life will be threatened if a possible route for a new roadway linking the A96 between Forres and Fochabers will run close to their retreat near Elgin.

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Participants in the 2015 World Congress of Santa Clauses take a bath at Bellevue beach north of Copenhagen.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ERIK REFNER / AFP/Getty Images

A stuntman shows tricks on an inflatable tube during a preview of the Zwarte Cross (Black Cross) festival in Lichtenvoorde, the Netherlands.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SANDER KONING / EPA

Actors perform during a dress rehearsal of the play "Trilogie du Revoir" by French director Benjamin Poree at the Gymnase Aubanel in Avignon, southern France.

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

Golfer Phil Mickelson putts in the rain on the 5th green during his third round 70, on day four of the 2015 British Open Golf Championship on The Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GLYN KIRK / AFP/Getty Images

A 3-day-old bonobo chimp baby sleeps on the belly of its mother Kutu in the zoo in Frankfurt, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Probst / Associated Press

A bee sits on a sunflower in a field in Munich, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthias Schrader / Associated Press

An Israeli reenactor wears a costume during a reenactment of the historic Battle of Hattin at the Horns of Hattin, Israel. About 60 people took part in the three-day play near the Sea of Galilee that reenacted the combat between Muslim forces led by Sultan Saladin and the Crusaders in 1187.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ATEF SAFADI / EPA

Ariana Guevara, center, celebrates her birthday as mariachis play for her at the San Pedro Fish Market.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

Runners of The BlacklistLA group gather in front of a mural on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice. BlacklistLA is a group of 200 runners, who start from a spot, run for about three miles to a piece of street art, and then run back.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times

Andrea Garfield protests against Ohio Gov. John Kasich outside the Ohio State University student union where he is to announce he is running for the 2016 Republican party's nomination for president. Kasich, a two-term governor and former congressman, has little name recognition in the crowded GOP field, but he is already airing television ads in New Hampshire, where he is heading immediately after making his run official.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: John Minchillo / Associated Press

The North fire burns near Baldy Mesa in the San Bernardino Mountains in California after the blaze jumped the 15 Freeway on Friday night.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times

Denny Doyle, a family friend of the owners of a burned home, helps recover items in the charred remains of the house in the Baldy Mesa area in California after the North fire swept through.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times

Emergency crews respond after a pickup truck crashed into the collapse of an elevated section of Interstate 10 on Sunday in Desert Center. The bridge, which carries the eastbound interstate about 15 feet above a normally dry wash, snapped and ended up in the flood waters below, the California Highway Patrol said, blocking all traffic headed toward Arizona.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chief Geoff Pemberton / CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire

Rain on windows at Santa Monica Beach on Saturday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times

Storm clouds over the Port of Los Angeles as the region gets rain on Sunday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times

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Filipino residents participate in a Zumba class in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record in Mandaluyong on Sunday. Residents broke the record for the largest Zumba class with 12,975 participants in a single venue.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Noel Celis / AFP

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is showered with dollar bills thrown by British comedian Simon Brodkin during a press conference following the FIFA Executive Committee meeting in Zurich on Monday. The agenda for the elective congress for the FIFA presidency was approved. The congress will take place Feb. 26.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ennio Leanza / Keystone

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Winters, Calif: The glow of flames from the Wragg fire is visible in Winters, west of Sacramento, where the wildfire has burned more than 6,000 acres and threatens nearly 200 homes as it moves through dry brush near Lake Berryessa.

La Pampa, Peru: Peruvian riot police stand by at the end of an interdiction operation in the illegal gold mining area in southern Peru.  In an unprecedented operation in mid-July, Peru managed to eliminate 55 camps for illegal gold mining in the area.

Giza, Egypt: Volunteers look in the Nile River for victims after a passenger boat collided with another boat and capsized. More than a dozen people reportedly drowned.

Nairobi, Kenya: Women pose for a photograph in front of a painted artwork depicting President Obama on the eve of his visit to Kenya.

Baghdad: Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrives on a weeklong tour of the Middle East focused on reassuring allies about Iran and assessing progress in the coalition air campaign against the Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.

Qingdao, China: A man swims amid a blanket of algae covering the water at a beach on the Yellow Sea. The algal phenomenon, an annual occurrence, is usually caused by an abundance of nutrients in the water.

Salgotarjan, Hungary:  The ‘Milky Way’ is seen in the summer night sky northeast of Budapest in a 30 second exposure

Burundi: People gather around the body of a man shot dead in election day violence in Burundi. Burundians voted amid gunfire and grenade blasts, with President Pierre Nkurunziza widely expected to win a third straight term despite international condemnation and thousands of people fleeing feared violence.

Horns of Hattin, Israel: An enthusiast wears a costume during the reenactment of the historic Battle of Hattin at the Horns of Hattin. About 60 people took part in the three-day play near the Sea of Galilee that re-enacted the combat between Muslim forces led by Sultan Saladin and the Crusaders in 1187.

Desert Center, Calif.: Emergency crews respond after a pickup truck crashed when a section of Interstate 10 collapsed on Sunday. The bridge, which carries the eastbound interstate about 15 feet above a normally dry wash, snapped and ended up in the flood waters below, the California Highway Patrol said, blocking all traffic headed toward Arizona.

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