People walk on a street as monsoon clouds gather over them in Jammu.
South Africa`s Dale Steyn is congratulated after bowling West Indies` Marlon Samuels during an ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between West Indies and South Africa at the Cardiff Wales Stadium in Cardiff.
Silhouetted against vehicle headlights, people walk on a street darkened by power cuts, on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.
An Iranian voter casts her ballot at a polling station for Iran`s presidential election in the Queens borough of New York.
President Barack Obama holds up a Indiana Fever team basketball jersey as he honors the WNBA champion Indiana Fever in the East Room of the White House in Washington.
A large American flag waves in the breeze as it hangs from the superstructure of the George Washington Bridge in New York in observance of Flag Day.
Tiger Woods watches his shot on the 13th hole during the second round of the US Open golf tournament at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa.
Models wear creations from student Alice Dupraz-Toulouse during the annual fashion show of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium.
A Marine MV-22 Osprey aircraft lands on the Japanese destroyer JS Hyuga in coastal waters off San Diego. The aircraft made an unprecedented landing on the vessel Friday, despite protests in Japan over concerns over the tilt-rotor aircraft`s safety record.
A Google balloon sails through the air with the Southern Alps mountains in the background, in Tekapo, New Zealand. Google is testing the balloons which sail in the stratosphere and beam the Internet to Earth.
People light candles for the victims of the protests at Taksim square, in Istanbul.
Cricket fans are seen outside the ground before India`s ICC Champions Trophy cricket match against Pakistan at Edgbaston cricket ground, Birmingham, England.
Indonesian dancers in traditional outfit perform during a parade to mark the 35th Bali Arts Festival in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.
Supporters of Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee who leaked top-secret information about US surveillance programs hold placards as they march to the Consulate General of the United States in Hong Kong as they accused the US government of infringing people`s rights and privacy.
Players walk from the pitch as rain begins to fall during India`s ICC Champions Trophy cricket match against Pakistan at Edgbaston cricket ground, Birmingham, England.
Britain`s Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry leave Buckingham Palace in a horse drawn carriage for the Trooping The Colour parade, at the Horse Guards Parade in London.
Rahul Gandhi arrives at the party headquarters during his one day visit to Kashmir in Srinagar.
Pakistani volunteers collect body parts of victims of a bomb blast from the wreckage of a bus in Quetta, Pakistan. A bomb tore through a bus carrying female university students in southwestern Pakistan Saturday, killing several.
Britain`s Queen Elizabeth II as the Guards march past outside Buckingham Palace after the Trooping The Colour, at the Horse Guards Parade in London. Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her birthday with traditional pomp and circumstance but without her husband by her side.
Saina Nehwal returns the shuttlecock to Germany`s Julianne Schenk during their women`s singles semifinal match at the Indonesia Open badminton championship at Istora stadium in Jakarta.
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