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A local resident catches a fish at the Yangtze River in Yichang, Hubei province. China has just 6 percent of the globe's fresh water resources, and the Yangtze, China's biggest river, is the artery that feeds much of its farming and industrial heartlands.
A Free Syrian Army fighter wears a headband reading the Islamic declaration of faith, "There is no God but God, and Mohammed is His Messenger", in central Aleppo.
Jacob Blais, 11, of Turner, pours water on Daymon Morin, 9, at the public beach at Bear Pond Park in Turner, Maine.
(Russ Dillingham/The Lewiston Sun-Journal/AP)
A group of horses graze in a pasture near the Eastside Highway while the full moon rose over the Bitterroot Valley near Stevensville, Mont.
A boy (C) selling portraits of Hindu god Krishna waits for passing devotees to buy them, near the Krishna Temple during the Krishna Janmashtami festival in Lalitpur. Krishna Janmashtami, a festival marking the birth of Hindu god Krishna, is celebrated by Hindus throughout the world.
Performers light up the stage with their pyrotechnic display during the annual National Day Parade celebrations at the Marina Bay Floating Platform in Singapore. Singapore celebrated its 47th year of independence on Thursday.
Rescuers carry residents on a rescue boat along flooded areas in Marikina, east of Manila, Philippines. A fresh deluge forced more evacuations along fast-rising rivers in the Philippine capital Thursday, as the city and surrounding areas struggled to deal with widespread flooding triggered by nearly two weeks of relentless rains.
North Koreans gather under a high dive platform to watch as fellow swimmers hesitate to try a dive at a newly opened swimming pool in Pyongyang, North Korea.