Festival-goers pose after playing in the mud during the second day of the 36th edition of the Paleo festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
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Women rush to a feeding centre after passing soldiers of the Transitional Federal Government (TGF) who try to contain the crowd at Badbaado, a new camp established by the TGF for internally displaced people, in the country's capital Mogadishu.
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A woman holds her malnourished baby in a camp established by the Somali Transitional Federal Government (TFG) for internally displaced people in Mogadishu.
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Camels wait for their turn to drink water from a tank near Harfo, Somalia.
A leopard attacks a forest guard Tuesday at Prakash Nagar village on the outskirts of Siliguri, India. The leopard strayed into the village area and attacked several villagers before being caught. The leopard died later of injuries. The guard survived.
The pack climbs towards Montgenevre during the 17th stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 179 kilometers starting in Gap, France, and finishing in Pinerolo, Italy.
A warden stands guard as an illegal consignment of five tonnes of ivory confiscated from smugglers in Singapore in 2002 is destroyed during the African Elephant Law Enforcement Day in Tsavo West National Park, 380 km east of Nairobi, Kenya.
Children cool off in the water from an opened fire hydrant in the Bronx borough of New York.
(Shannon Stapleton /Reuters)
Acrobats from the Shenyang Acrobatic Troupe (Circus of China) perform during a rehearsal of Sky Mirage II in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Japanese tourists walk on the world's largest salt flat at Uyuni, 550 km southwest of La Paz, Bolivia.
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A worker takes a break on a floating drydock at Halifax Shipyard in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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A bather climbs out of the water at the Devil's Pool in Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia.
A group of cyclists ride their bikes on Jarvis St. in Toronto to protest the decision made by city councillors to eliminate the bike lanes on Jarvis.
(Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail)
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