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Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar fails to save a goal by Germany's Thomas Mueller (unseen) during their 2014 World Cup semi-finals at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte.

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Germany's Thomas Mueller (R) celebrates past Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar after scoring a goal during their 2014 World Cup semi-finals at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte.

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Brazil's Fernandinho reacts after Germany's Toni Kroosduring scored his side's third goal during the World Cup semifinal soccer match between Brazil and Germany at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

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A Brazil fan covers his face after the World Cup semifinal soccer match between Brazil and Germany at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, . Germany beat Brazil 7-1 and advanced to the final.

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A Brazil fan cries as she watches the 2014 World Cup semi-final between Brazil and Germany at a fan area in Brasilia. Germany scored five goals in 18 astonishing first-half minutes on their way to a 7-1 semi-final mauling of Brazil on Tuesday which shattered the host nation's hopes of winning their sixth World Cup. It was the most shocking result in the tournament's history, Brazil's record World Cup defeat and their first at home in 64 competitive matches since 1975.

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Passengers travel on an overcrowded train at Loni town in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. India plans to spend 654.5 billion rupees ($10.95 billion) on its railways in 2014/2015, the government said in its railway budget on Tuesday.

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An Indian farmer looks skyward as he stands on a dried bed of a water body on the outskirts of Ahmadabad, India. The western Indian state of Gujarat is facing a severe deficit in monsoon rain, according to news reports.

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men watch Israeli air strikes over the Gaza Strip from a lookout point near the Israeli town of Sderot. Israel bombarded the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in strikes that Palestinian officials said killed at least 11 people, stepping up what threatens to become a long-term offensive against Islamist group Hamas after scores of rockets hit Israeli towns.

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An Israeli missile explodes on impact in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip. The Israeli military launched what could be a long-term offensive against the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Tuesday, striking nearly 100 sites in Gaza and mobilizing troops for a possible ground invasion aimed at stopping a heavy barrage of rocket attacks against Israel.

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An Iron Dome launcher fires an interceptor rocket in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod . At least 16 people were killed in strikes across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, Palestinian officials said, as Israel threatened a lengthy offensive against Islamist militants whose rocket fire reached as far as Tel Aviv.

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A woman looks through a broken window in her house after shelling in Luhansk, eastern Ukraine. Local residents said it was a shelling from the Ukrainian army's side. The Ukrainian government will restart cease-fire negotiations with pro-Russian insurgents in the country's east only once the rebels lay down their weapons, the defense minister said Tuesday.

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A girl cries as she is being hit with a sponge by a Cara Vinagre (Vinegar Face), one of the traditional characters called Kilikis, at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. The San Fermin festival, a heady mix of drinking, dancing, late nights and bullfights, made famous by Ernest Hemingway in his novel "The Sun Also Rises", runs for nine days until July 14.

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A cow jumps over revelers on the bull ring at the San Fermin festival, in Pamplona, Spain. Revelers from around the world in Pamplona take part in an eight-day event of the running of the bulls glorified by Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel "The Sun Also Rises."

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Children run from the Fire Bull, a man carrying a metal structure shaped as a bull's head stuffed with fireworks, at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. The San Fermin festival, a heady mix of drinking, dancing, late nights and bullfights, made famous by Ernest Hemingway in his novel "The Sun Also Rises", runs for nine days until July 14.

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Rain clouds spell trouble for the riders as the pack heads towards Lille during the fourth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 163.5 kilometers (101.6 miles) with start in Le Touquet and finish in Lille, France. The hectic pace of the first week combined with wet roads are at the origin of crashes in the pack.

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A seagull takes off from the muddy waters of the river Tiber in Rome.

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