Amadeus Sars, 5, plays with his sister Ella Sars, 7, at the Vancouver Art Gallery while their father takes part in a noon rally to support striking B.C. teachers. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)
AT-3 jets fly in formation with colored smoke during a ceremony marking the 90th anniversary of Taiwan's military academy in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. (Wally Santana/AP)
Portugal's Pepe , left, puts his head on Germany's Thomas Mueller during the group G World Cup soccer match between Germany and Portugal at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil. Pepe was red carded after this. (Bernat Armangue/AP)
A man observes the remains of destroyed vehicles and buildings in the town of Mpeketoni, about 100 kilometers from the Somali border on the coast of Kenya. Dozens of Somali extremists wielding automatic weapons attacked the small Kenyan coastal town for hours. (AP)
An archive photograph from May 24, 1911 is composed over an image of visitors walking along the Capilano suspension bridge in North Vancouver, British Columbia. The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park celebrated their 125
Anniversary on June 4
. (Photo illustration Ben Nelms For The Globe and Mail)
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick holds up the NHL hockey Stanley Cup trophy while riding in a parade downtown Los Angeles. The parade and rally were held to celebrate the Kings' second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons. The Kings defeated the New York Rangers for the title. (Nick Ut/AP)
Labourers work in a paddy field at Gunowal village on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Amritsar. India's wholesale prices-based inflation in May accelerated to a five-month high of 6.01 percent, driven up by higher food and fuel costs, government data showed on Monday. (MUNISH SHARMA/REUTERS)
A crowd watches the Iran-Nigeria 2014 World Cup soccer game on a giant screen at the Eaton Centre in Toronto. (RICHARD PLUME/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Yanzheng Sun paints a scene in Deep Cove in North Vancouver, B.C. (JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A Pakistani man cools himself in a water stream on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday, June 16, 2014, after temperature reached 45 degrees Celsius. Many cities in Pakistan are facing heat wave conditions with temperatures reaching up to 50 degrees Celsius in some places. (B.K. Bangash/AP)
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