Today in Pictures: October 2
Protesters burn a bus in Brazil, Tlatelolco Massacre remembered, Gas explosion in Spain and more images from around the world.
A protester participates in a march commemorating the anniversary of the Tlatelolco Massacre, in Mexico City, on Oct. 2, 2016. Every year Mexico marks the anniversary of the 1968 massacre where students and civilians were killed by the military and police.
Firefighters at the entrance of the restaurant where a gas cylinder exploded in Malaga, southern Spain.
A boy cycles past a bus that was set on fire during violent disturbances ahead of municipal elections in Sao Luis, Maranhao state, Brazil.
Indianapolis Colts cornerback Antonio Cromartie (31) kneels during the national anthem, in London.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton arrives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Activists of Pakistan Muslim League (Sher-e-Bangal) burn an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a protest rally in Karachi.
Pope Francis prays in front of the monument to the fallen for the Indipendence in Ganjlik, Azerbaijan.
A worker walks on wires as he deploys a net over a greenhouse in Nir Etzion near the northern Israeli city of Haifa.
Alfred Scott of the U.S. performs during the finals at the Red Bull Art of Motion on Santorini Island, Greece.
Athlete Astrid Stienen from Germany celebrates winning the women's race during Ironman Barcelona in Calella, near Barcelona, Spain.