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  1. Mideast conflict

    At least seven children were killed in a blast that hit downtown Gaza City. Those wounded were rushed to Gaza City hospital on Monday. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
  2. Anti-semetic

    Yona Lunger, who is a part of his neighborhood watch group, was patrolling an area in Northeast Miami-Dade early Monday, when he found anti-semitic painting on the Tora V'Emunah temple in Miami. (Walter Michot/Miami Herald/MCT)
  3. Ukraine soccer

    Soccer offers an escape from political troubles for fans as the Dynamo Kiev play Vorskla in Kiev. (Matthew Schofield/McClatchy Washington Bureau/MCT)
  4. Comic-Con

    San Diego friends Elizabeth Walsh, left, and Traci Haze, right, clown around for a photo with a model of The Hobbit's Gollum at Comic-Con International in San Diego this week. (Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
  5. Draught drilling

    Brandon Arthur, 10, tries to get out of muddy tailings left by his father Steve Arthur's water well drill site on Juan Carrera's orange grove farm in Terra Bella, Calif., on July 16. Arthur's crew is drilling a well on Carrera's farm that will provide water for his grove. River water and melted snow have dried up, forcing farmers like Carrera to drill newer and deeper wells to tap shrinking groundwater sources. (Bob Chamberlin/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
  6. Disappearing birds

    Two marbled murrelets swim near Lopez Island in Washington. They are part of a survey counting marine birds in Puget Sound. (Steve Ringman/Seattle Times/MCT)
  7. Studying Espanol in Oaxaca

    A gold head from the nearby ancient city of Monte Alban is on display in September 2013 in the cultural museum of Oaxaca City, Mexico. Attending a language school, such as the several options in Oaxaca City, can be a great way to experience a country. (Brian J. Cantwell/The Seattle Times/MCT)

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