Thursday Feb. 11, Our World In Pictures
NEW YORK CITY — Morning Fog Drifts: The Statue of Liberty is seen through the morning fog on Feb. 3.
CHICAGO — Progress Made in Case: Crosses and crime scene tape are seen outside a home on Feb. 7 where six bodies were found on Feb. 4. A police spokesman said on Wednesday that they believe three knives or other weapons with blades were used to kill five of the six family members. The victims were two boys, ages 13 and 10, two women and two men.
MEXICO — Pope to Make History: In this Thursday, Nov. 6, 1997 file photo, San Cristobal de las Casas Bishop Samuel Ruiz walks with villagers to attend a Mass held in Benito Juarez in Chiapas. History’s first Latin American pope travels to the country today for a week-long tour of some of the most violent, poverty-stricken and peripheral places in the Americas. He’ll be bringing a message of hope and solidarity to victims of drug violence, trafficking and discrimination that the Vatican hopes will resonate on both sides of the border.
ALASKA — Low Snow Causes Concern: An Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race vet tech coordinator holds a dog during a pre-race blood screening and heart check at Iditarod headquarters in Wasilla on Wednesday. Low snow in the Anchorage area may cause havoc for the race’s ceremonial start on March 5, and the race’s board of directors are scheduled to decide today whether the race will have to move its official start scheduled for the next day in Willow further north to Fairbanks.
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