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A wild horse is seen during the "Rapa das Bestas" traditional event in the Spanish northwestern village of Sabucedo. On the first weekend of the month of July, hundreds of wild horses are rounded up, trimmed and groomed in different villages in the Spanish northwestern region of Galicia.


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Jim Bonavito, of Beaufort, N.C., rows his dingy, past sailboats that broke free of their moorings during the winds and waves from Hurricane Arthur in Beaufort. Arthur began moving offshore and away from the southern state early Friday.

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Jack Segar (R) and Finn Harden run across a deserted sandbar beach outside Barnstable Harbor as storm clouds associated with Tropical Storm Arthur pass over Cape Cod Bay behind them in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Hurricane Arthur slammed the North Carolina coast early on Friday and weakened as it moved out to sea, causing no deaths or injuries but spoiling the Independence Day holiday for thousands of Americans.


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A model poses during the annual World Bodypainting Festival in Poertschach. The event takes place from July 4 to 6 at lake Worthersee in Austria's southern Carinthia province.


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A German family watches the 2014 World Cup soccer quarter-final match between France and Germany during a live television broadcast at the Centre Helio-Marin (Center for Sun and Sea) naturist campsite on the Atlantic coast in Montalivet, southwestern France.


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Brazil's Neymar is fouled by Colombia's Mario Yepes during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza.


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Argentina's Sergio Romero heads the ball during a team training session at the national stadium in Brasilia, one day before their 2014 World Cup quarter-final soccer match against Belgium.


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A grasshopper lands on Colombia's James Rodriguez after he scored a penalty against Brazil during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza .


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A woman from an elite unit of female Kurdish Peshmerga fighters trains in Sulaimaniyah, 160 miles (260 kilometers) northeast of Baghdad, Iraq. Some Kurdish women living in Northern Iraq are training to be peshmerga, as the self-ruled Kurdish region's militia is known, to fight against the imminent threat of Islamic militants and to protect their land.


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Senior Jordanian Salafi movement leader Mohammed al-Shalabi holds a keychain during an interview with The Associated Press in the backyard of his house in Maan, 218 kilometers (135.5 miles) southwest of Amman, Jordan. Al-Shalabi, a Jordanian militant leader linked to al-Qaida, said Friday that the kingdom "is not immune" to the chaos befalling neighboring countries, urging the government to implement more balanced economic and social policies to avoid a fate similar to Iraq and Syria.

Raad Adayleh/AP

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A protester is detained by police during clashes in Skopje . Police in Macedonia fired teargas and stun grenades on Friday in clashes with around 2,000 demonstrators protesting against the jailing of six ethnic Albanians for murder and terrorism. A Reuters reporter at the scene said several people were injured and others arrested during clashes in the center of the capital, Skopje.


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Palestinians pray on the first Friday of the holy month of Ramadan as Israeli policemen stand guard in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Wadi al-Joz . Palestinians infuriated at the kidnap and killing of 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khudair they blame on far-right Jews, clashed with Israeli police in Jerusalem on Friday, while cross-border shelling in the Gaza Strip abated under Egyptian mediation.


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A man runs with a Canadian flag in front of parade marshal William Shatner during the 102 Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary. Shatner played Captain Kirk in the Hollywood Star Trek series.


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