Community members attend a candle light vigil at Stewart Park for those killed during a shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Sullivan / The News-ReviewLink
Diana Nicolay, a former employee of Umpqua Community College, wears a school sweatshirt during a candle light vigil for those killed during a fatal shooting at the school.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rich Pedroncelli / Associated PressLink
BASE jumpers are pictured against the skyline shrouded in a thick haze during the Kuala Lumpur Tower International Jump in Malaysia. More than 100 BASE jumpers take part in this extreme sport event, which enters its 15th year.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FAZRY ISMAIL / EPALink
Wind and rain from Hurricane Joaquin affect Nassau, Bahamas. Hurricane Joaquin dumped torrential rains across the eastern and central Bahamas on Friday as a Category 4 storm.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tim Aylen / Associated PressLink
NASA image of hurricane Joaquin pictured from the International Space Station.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: SCOTT KELLY / NASALink
Rescue workers carry a body away from the site of a landslide in Santa Catarina Pinula, on the outskirts of Guatemala City. Recent rainfall provoked the landslide, affecting dozens of homes.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Moises Castillo / Associated PressLink
A fashion goer is pictured on the street of Paris during the fashion week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FLORIAN DAVID / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Visitors enjoy a ride on a ferris wheel at the 182nd annual Oktoberfest, backdropped by St. Paul's Cathedral in Munich, Germany. The world's largest folk and beer festival runs from 19 September to 04 October.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MATTHIAS BALK / EPALink
Evangelical Christian pilgrims from Brazil raise their hands in the air as they pray a mass baptism ceremony, in the waters of the Jordan River at Yardenit in northern Israel. According to the gospels Jesus Christ was baptized in the water of the Jordan River by John the Baptist.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: GALI TIBBON / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Refugees and migrants arrive at the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the European Union's decision to inject $1 billion to help countries overwhelmed by Syrian refugees, but said more must be done to relocate migrants.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARIS MESSINIS / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
An Afghan soldier raises his hands as a victory sign, in Kunduz city, north of Kabul, Afghanistan. The new leader of the Afghan Taliban says their capture of the northern city of Kunduz was a "symbolic victory" that showed the strength of the insurgency even though the Taliban pulled out of the city after three days.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dehsabzi / Associated PressLink
Israeli border police officers carry a right wing protester after he attempted to block a road during a demonstration, a day after a drive-by shooting by suspected Palestinian gunmen killed a Jewish settler couple driving home with their children, in Jerusalem.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sebastian Scheiner / Associated PressLink
A Pakistani camel owner looks for customers as people visit Karachi beach suffering from warm weather.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shakil Adil / Associated PressLink
A man carries his son as he walks through the haze on the way to his house as a fire burned peatland and fields in South Sumatra, Indonesia. The air pollution or haze has been an annual problem for the past 18 years in Indonesia. It's caused by the illegal burning of forest and peat fires on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo to clear new land for the production of pulp, paper and palm oil.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ulet Ifansasti / Getty ImagesLink
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