Code Pink activists disrupted the Senate Armed Services Committee as former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger arrived to testify on Jan. 29, 2015, calling Kissinger a "war criminal." Sen. John McCain called the protesters "low-life scum."
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Kalangel was one of two soldiers killed by Lebanon's Hezbollah militants Jan. 28, 2015, when an anti-tank missile struck an Israel Defense Force vehicle on patrol near the border with Lebanon in northern Israel. He leaves behind a wife and a one year old daughter. Photos by Debbie Hill/UPI
Protesters set tires on fire outside the offices of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process on Wednesday, Jan. 28. 2015, railing against a decision to end an aid program for Gaza residents displaced by Israeli attacks. Photos by Ismael Mohamad / UPI
Miss Universe contestants compete during the native costume competition event at U.S. Century Bank Arena, Florida International University in Miami, Florida, on January 21, 2015. The 63rd Miss Universe Pageant will be held in Miami, Florida, January 25, 2015. Photo by Gary I Rothstein/UPI
The Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin, China is the world's largest breeding center for the species. Visitors can send sheep ($100), chickens ($25) and cows ($350) to their deaths by watching them being released into the tiger areas for a nominal price. The Siberian tiger is the largest of the world's big cats.
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