Vathy (Greece): Children walk next to a new concrete wall around the Greek refugee camp north of Athens. The new wall around the camp replaces a fence. Photo: Angelos Tzortzinis/dpa.
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Fuerteventura (Spain): Migrants arrive ashore after the Salvamar Mizar vessel rescued a boat of 56 sub-Saharan migrants, including two babies and possibly a pregnant woman. Photo: Europa Press/dpa.
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Colombia's riot police stands back as a molotov bomb explodes near their feet in a new day of anti-government protests against President Ivan Duque's health and tax reforms and police brutality that leaves at least 70 dead in the past month of protests. Photo: Daniel Romero/dpa.
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Los Angeles (US): Firefighters battle brush fire burning in the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area. Photo: Ringo Chiu/dpa.
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Athens (Greece): Indian conductor Zubin Mehta leads the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino during a concert at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Photo: Eurokinissi/dpa.
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San Diego (US): People pack the coast on a warm afternoon at Windansea Beach in La Jolla. After a 15-months of public health restrictions, mandates, and color-coded tiers to stem the Covid-19 pandemic, the state of California will fully reopen On 15 June. Photo: K.C. Alfred/dpa.
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Jerusalem (Israel): New Prime Ministers Naftali Bennett (R), leader of the Yamina right-wing alliance, and Yair Lapid (C), of the Yesh Atid centrist party. Bennett will become Israel's next Prime Minister and is supposed to give way his post to Yair Lapid in two years under a rotating plan for premiership. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): A man holds up a sign reading "Sanchez go now" during a demonstration against the Spanish government, which plans to issue pardons for imprisoned Catalan separatists. Photo: Alejandro Martínez Vélez/dpa.
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Falmouth (UK): Oxfam activists pose for a picture while wearing masks of G7 leaders during an event on Swanpool Beach near Falmouth, Cornwall, calling on the G7 countries to commit to cutting emissions and help the most vulnerable countries. Photo: Aaron Chown/dpa.
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Mortada Shaker Mahmoud, an Iraqi swimmer who lost his leg in an explosion carried out by the Islamic State in Mosul in 2014,
leaves the swimming pool after a training session for the 2020 Summer Paralympic Games in Japan. Photo: Ameer Al Mohammedaw/dpa.
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Mildenhall (UK): United States Air Force personnel listen to US President Joe Biden address at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk, ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall. Photo: Joe Giddens/dpa.
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Ghotki (Pakistan): Army officials and rescue workers gather at the site following a collision between two trains between the Raiti and Obaro railway stations. At least 41 people are dead and more than 100 wounded, the state-owned railway said. Photo: PPI/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): A masked police officer kneels by a little boy holding a firearm during the celebration of International Children’s Day in Sofiiska Square. Photo: Ukrinform/dpa.
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Sydney (Australia): Divers train during an Australian Diving media event, at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Photo: Joel Carrett/dpa.
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Idlib (Syria): Displaced children in the northern Idlib camp swim inside the back of a truck to cool off from high temperatures. Photo: Moawia Atrash/dpa.
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Karachi (Pakistan): Garbage collectors search through a mountain of trash for useful items to sell to support themselves and their families. Photo: PPI via ZUMA Wire/dpa.
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High Wycombe (UK): Two cyclists watch smoke rise after a large fire broke out in a warehouse in Cressex Business Park. Photo: Stefan Rousseau.
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Russian astronaut Pyotr Dubrov takes part in a seven-hour and 19-minute spacewalk to ready the Pirs docking compartment ahead of its upcoming departure. Photo: NASA.
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Gaza (Palestinian Territories): Palestinian artists perform during an event on the rubble of the Hanadi tower which was destroyed after Israeli airstrikes last month. Photo: Ashraf Amra/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): Teachers use handcrafted shields and pencils during the fifth week of anti-government protests against President Ivan Duque's health and tax reforms and police brutality that leaves at least 70 dead in the past month of protests. Photo: Chepa Beltran/dpa.
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United Kingdom, Bath: A woman is thrown into the water at Warleigh Weir on the first day of meteorological summer. Photo: Ben Birchall/dpa.