Pyongyang residents react as they mourn the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang. Kim Jong-il died on a train trip, according to state television. The news sparked concern about who controlled the reclusive state and its nuclear program. (CSMonitor.com, Kyodo/Reuters)
Two migrants wait behind a train depot outside Tapachula, southern Mexico. After nightfall, they'll try to jump a north-bound freighter - one of the so-called "death trains" - in their quest to reach the U.S.