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Members of the media take pictures and videos of the home of Chief Executive-elect Leung Chun-ying in Hong Kong. Leung apologized following a controversy over illegal structures at his home. Leung admitted he was negligent and stated that he did not know the structures were illegal.
Four-year-old Boris plays in a fountain in central Donetsk, Ukraine.
A Pakistani carpenter works on a fishing boat in the harbour at Karachi, Pakistan.
Hindu pilgrims travel, on ponies or on foot, along a track besides a glacier-fed stream during their annual pilgrimage to holy cave of Lord Shiva, in Pishutop, Kashmir.
Kashmiri residents watch as firefighters try to extinguish a fire at the nearly 200-years-old Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani Shrine, popularly known as Ghaus-e-Azam, or Dastgeer Sahab, in downtown Srinagar, India.
Women candidates sing the national anthem before taking a group photo at a conference to empower women voters and politicians in Tripoli. Libya will vote for a new national assembly that will help draft a constitution on July 7.
A local resident buries himself in ash during a protest at Coronel, Chile. Locals have been protesting against a thermo-electric plant owned by Spanish company Endesa.
(JOSE LUIS SAAVEDRA/REUTERS)
Motorists drive through a flooded section of Beach Rd. near Siesta Key Public Beach after rain from Tropical Storm Debby filled streets and parking lots with water on the Sarasota, Fla. barrier island.
The dog Uggie, featured in the film The Artist, is pictured after leaving his paw prints in cement in the forecourt of the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California.
Canada's Governor General David Johnston (L) talks with a member of the Ceremonial Guard while performing the annual inspection at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.
A window washer hangs off the side of a building as he cleans the windows in downtown Vancouver, B.C.
(DARRYL DYCK For The Globe and Mail)
Local residents react to the news that authorities were calling off a rescue bid for any survivors at the site of the collapsed roof of the Algo Centre Mall in Elliot Lake, Ontario, as the site is deemed too dangerous.
(Chris Young/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
People look on as a house comes off its foundation in Two Mile just outside of Sicamous, B.C. Heavy rain falls, flooding and mudslides have caused the area to be evacuated.
(JONATHAN HAYWARD/THE CANADIAN PRESS)