Ryan Wilson from the US, right and Dayron Robles from Cuba compete in the Men`s 110m hurdles at the IAAF World Challenge Zagreb meeting in Zagreb, Croatia.
Australia`s opposition leader Tony Abbott holds up a box of mangos as he walks through the Sydney Markets at Flemington in Sydney, Australia.
Serena Williams, of the United States, tosses the ball on a serve to Carla Suarez Navarro, of Spain, during a quarterfinal of the US Open tennis tournament.
Protesters of the gay and lesbian activist group AllOut demonstrate opposite Downing Street, in central London about the treatment of LGBT people in Russia and a law adopted by Russia`s parliament in June making "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations among minors" illegal.
Supporters of Egypt`s ousted President Mohammed Morsi, chant slogans during a protest in Cairo, Egypt.
A banner is seen burned during a protest calling for the cancellation of Miss World pageant in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Nine people gather to demonstrate in front of Richland City Hall in Richland, Wash., in opposition to proposed US military action in Syria. Jim Stoffels, chairman of World Citizens for Peace, organized the rally, which is expected every day from 4 to 5 p.m. until Congress reconvenes Sept. 9.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a meeting with the National award wining teachers, in New Delhi.
Miss Indiana Terrin Thomas lost her shoes as Miss America contestants arrive in Atlantic City. The Miss America pageant is back in the city where it began, six years after spurning the city for Las Vegas.
Secretary of State John Kerry shows frustration at questioning from Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing about President Barack Obama`s request for congressional authorization for military intervention in Syria, a response to last month`s alleged sarin gas attack in the Syrian civil war, on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar at the launch of the new BMW 1 series in Mumbai. Pic Courtesy: DNA
Revolution against Bashar Assad which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, a Syrian military tank caught on fire during clashes with Free Syrian army fighters in Joubar a suburb of Damascus, Syria.
Pakistani batsman Saeed Ajmal, second from left, is bowled out for 49 runs during a first test match against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club.
Kaitlin Olson arrives at the FXX Network Launch Party at Lure in Los Angeles.
Syrian refugees arrive at the Turkish Cilvegozu gate border.
Protesters throw used oil at the seal of Shell Oil Company, one of the so-called Big 3 oil firms in the country, to protest a new round of gasoline and other oil products at the financial district of Makati city, east of Manila, Philippines.
Fireworks explode in the sky over St. Basil Cathedral during the "Spasskaya Tower" International Military Orchestra Music Festival at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia.
Australia`s opposition leader Tony Abbott, right, has his face wiped clean by his daughter Frances after eating a hot dog during a walk through the Sydney Markets at Flemington in Sydney, Australia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures while speaking to John Daniszewski, the Associated Press`s Senior Managing Editor for International News, during an AP interview at Putin`s Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega, left, Samsung Galaxy S4, center, and Apple iPhone 5 are shown in this photo, in New York.
US President Barack Obama is greeted by US Ambassador Mark Brzezinski, and his wife Natalia Brzezinski upon his arrival at Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport, in Stockholm, Sweden.
A man carries a get well card for former South African President Nelson Mandela as a group of disabled people from Qwa Qwa, in Free State province, visit the residence where the former president continues to receive medical care, in Johannesburg.
Pope Francis greets faithful as he arrives for his weekly general audience in St. Peter`s square at the Vatican.
In this photograph provided by the G20 host broadcaster, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greets unidentified members of the Indian delegation as he arrives in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) newly appointed governor Raghuram Rajan, left is greeted by outgoing governor Duvvuri Subbarao after taking charge, at the RBI headquarters in Mumbai.
A woman activist carries a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder as others shout slogans during a protest in Hyderabad. LPG prices may be raised by Rupees 50 (US$ 0.79) per cylinder, according to news reports.
A woman holds a placard as she walks past young men and school boys through the city`s major bus terminus during a protest against the alleged sexual harassment of women on public buses in Bangalore.
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