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Pilots perform in their Pilatus P-3 planes during the rollout ceremony of the new Pilatus PC-24 business jet of Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. at the airport in the central Swiss town of Buochs .

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A Palestinian family ride a motorcycle as they flee their house in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.

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A man herds sheep out of his neighborhood in search of a safer location in Rafah, Gaza Strip. A newly reached cease-fire in the Gaza conflict collapsed soon after it came into effect on Friday.

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Palestinians look at an unexploded Israeli shell that landed on the main road outside the town of Deir Al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.

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Runners compete in the men's 10,000m final at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Wales' Nathan Thorley takes a punch from Mauritius' Kennedy St. Pierre during their men's Light Heavy Weight boxing match at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Wales' Nathan Thorley loses his mouth guard from a punch from Mauritius' Kennedy St. Pierre in the men's Light Heavy Weight boxing match at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Canada's Jennifer Abel dives during the 1m springboard diving final, at the Royal Commonwealth Pool, during the Commonwealth Games 2014, in Edinburgh.

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A Christie's employee looks at Edouard Manet's 1881 celebrated portrait "Le Printemps," at Christie's in New York. "Le Printemps" which has been owned by the same family for a century, will be auctioned for the first time this year and could fetch up to $35 million, Christie's auction house said on Friday.

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An unidentified hiker, right, crouching under a rock as grizzly bear passes him on the steep and narrow Highline Trail in Glacier National Park in Montana. The photographer who observed the near encounter, Philip Granrud, said it was the only part of the trail where the hiker could climb down to avoid the bear.

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International crime scene experts from The Netherlands and Australia work at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, near Grabovo, Ukraine. The Ukrainian military says pro-Russian rebels are bottled up around Donetsk, allowing international investigators and recovery crews to begin work in earnest here Friday.

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After collecting a few apples from a nearby tree, Nadezda Ivanovna peers through the gate of her home on the outskirts of Slovyansk, Ukraine. As the Ukrainian government works to secure the trust of locals in recaptured areas, their best weapon has often been provided by the rebels themselves, a legacy of thuggery and chaos that alienated just about everyone.

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