A trainer works with Beluga whale Aurora at the Vancouver Aquarium in Vancouver, B.C.. (DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Chinese billionaire Chen Guangbiao stands with men to whom he has given $300 during a lunch he sponsored for hundreds of needy New Yorkers at Loeb Boathouse in New York's Central Park. (LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS)
Fleeing Iraqi citizens from Mosul and other northern towns are seen silhouetted as they walk on a desert field to cross to secure areas, in the Khazer area between the Iraqi city of Mosul and the Kurdish city of Irbil, northern Iraq, (Hussein Malla/AP)
Venus Williams of U.S. watches a return to Kurumi Nara of Japan during their women's singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London. (Alastair Grant/AP)
Jocelyn Campos, 15, (2nd L) wears her quinceanera dress as she stands with her attendants outside Disney Hall in Los Angeles, California. Quinceanera is a rite of passage celebrated on the fifteenth birthday of many female Hispanic teenagers. (LUCY NICHOLSON/REUTERS)
Cameron, 14, along with his sister Adrienne Henderson, 16, at their home in Victoria, BC where they held a kids strike camp. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)
A bee lands on a flower in a garden in Chelsea, Que. Scientists say they have conclusive evidence that two widely used types of pesticides are killing bees and other insects. (Adrian Wyld/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Pasha Bains, owner of Drive Basketball during one of his basketball classes in Richmond, BC. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)
Policemen walk towards burnt vehicles at the scene of a blast at a business district in Abuja. At least 21 people were killed when a suspected bomb tore through the crowded shopping district in the Nigerian capital. (AFOLABI SOTUNDE/REUTERS)
The Rolling Stones perform during their "14 on Fire" concert at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid. (JUAN MEDINA/REUTERS)
The whaleship Charles W. Morgan arrives at it's orignal home, New Bedford, Mass.. The Charles W. Morgan is the last surviving ship from America's 19th century whaling fleet and is three-month journey along the southern New England coast. (PETER PEREIRA/AP)
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