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Spanish acrobat David Pereira is silhouetted as he performs on the roof terrace of a hotel with the 368 meters high television tower in the background during a photo call in Berlin, Germany.
Residents ride on a makeshift raft during a heavy downpour along a flooded street in Malabon, Metro Manila. Typhoon Saola (Gener) is likely to stay in Philippine territory until Friday, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said on Wednesday, and the National Disaster Risk and Reduction Council said the death toll from Gener stood at 12 and one person was reported missing.
(ERIK DE CASTRO/REUTERS)
Staff Sergeant Lance Jackson of the U.S. Marines (R) leads members of the New Zealand Defense Force after they landed in a CH53 Sea Stallion helicopter to secure the perimeter of the landing zone in the Kahuku mountain range during the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC on the island of Oahu in Kahuku, Hawaii.
Multiple bolts of lightning streak to the ground as a severe thunderstorm moves through eastern Henderson County, Ky.. The same storm system ripped through Southwestern Indiana, injuring at least four people and causing extensive damage.
(Mike Lawrence/The Gleaner/AP)
Children practise ballet at an activity center in Hefei, Anhui province, China.
Beachgoers admire a double rainbow that appeared over Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach after Monday evening's rains in Hilton Head, S.C.
(Jay Karr/The Island Packet/AP)
People protect themselves from the sun with an umbrella as they sit on deck chairs at the river Spree on a hot day in Berlin.
Three houses, including a 1,800 square-foot heritage home, second left, built in 1915 and being moved to Union Bay on Vancouver Island, are towed on a barge on the Fraser River in Richmond, B.C., out to the Strait of Georgia. The heritage home was saved when a family paid for the moving costs after a development company purchased it with plans to redevelop the lot.
(DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Girls queue to buy bread at the only bakery serving the outskirts of Idlib province, Syria.