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Canadian diver Roseline Filion practices at the aquatic centre at Olympic Park in London, England.
(Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)
An owl is seen at Jordan's zoo near Amman, Jordan.
An indigenous child swims in the Sao Miguel River during the "Meeting of Traditional Cultures of Chapada dos Veadeiros" in a multiethnic village in Goias. The annual event, currently in its 12th edition, celebrates Brazilian popular culture and the intersection between the various manifestations of traditional culture around the Midwest and across the country.
A boy tries to hit a shuttlecock as he plays in a slum alley in Mumbai, India.
A worker dries vermicelli, a specialty eaten during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in the northern Indian city of Allahabad, India.
Diane Sikkema (C) prays with her daughters Shadia, 12 (L) and Spenser, 19 (R) at a memorial for the victims of the movie theatre shooting in Auror. The man accused of the shooting rampage in a Denver-area screening of the latest "Batman" movie mailed a notebook detailing his plans to a psychiatrist days before the attack, FoxNews.com reported on Wednesday as the first funeral for the victims was held.
People march under a giant green flag, in solidarity with the anti-mining protest, in Cajamarca, Lima, Peru. Indigenous people, public university students and members of social organisations from different regions of Peru demonstrate carrying a 200 meter green flag to symbolize their respect of the environment and their rejection to Newmont Mining $5 billion project in the Andean region of Cajamarca, local media said.
Performers welcome nations during the Olympic Village arrivals ahead of the London 2012 Olympics at the Olympic Park in London.
The hands of a Muslim man offering prayer are pictured during the holy fasting month of Ramadan at Nepali Jame Mashjid in Kathmandu.
Chinese People's Liberation Army soldiers place sandbags to block a breaching dyke after heavy rainfalls hit the Fangshan district of Beijing. The Chinese capital's heaviest rainstorm in six decades killed at least 37 people, flooded streets and stranded 80,000 people at the main airport, state media and the government said on Sunday.