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Spanish bullfighter Juan Mora waits for the start of a bullfight at the El Plantio bullring in Burgos.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FELIX ORDONEZ / REUTERS

A security officer patrols a deserted platform at the main train station in Athens at the start of a 48-hour general strike as unrest in Greece continued.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP/Getty Images

Women displaced by heavy flooding carry aloft containers of water filled from a nearby hand pump while taking refuge at a makeshift camp in Sukkur.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AKHTAR SOOMRO / REUTERS

Dancers perform in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing during celebrations marking the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Feng Li / Getty Images

The feet of Living Goddess Kumari are colored red as she observes the Bhotojatra festival in Lalitpur.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NAVESH CHITRAKAR / REUTERS

Brightly colored ropes tied in prusik knots are used by the North Carolina Task Force 8 Urban Search and Rescue team during a swift-water rescue exercise in Bynum.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gerry Broome / Associated Press

A dancer from the Rambert Dance Company performs in the rain in front of St. Paul's Cathedral as part of the City of London Festival.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KI PRICE / AFP/Getty Images

A giant soccer ball with a map of the EU states in front of the Prime Minister's office in Warsaw is part of a Greenpeace campaign to raise environmental awareness. Poland is assuming the EU presidency July 1.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tomasz Gzell / European Pressphoto Agency

Boonda, a baby koala joey, clings to mum, Elle, at Sydney Wildlife World. One of Australia's most iconic and adored marsupials, koalas are threatened by a shortage of suitable habitat due to mass land clearance in the country.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GREG WOOD / AFP/Getty Images

Hindu devotees perform a stunt during a rehearsal for the 134th annual Rath Yatra, or chariot procession. The annual religious procession, which will be held July 3, commemorates a journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AMIT DAVE / Reuters

German player Sabine Lisicki reacts after a point over French player Marion Bartoli on Tuesday. Lisicki won 6-4, 6-7, 6-1.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CARL DE SOUZA / AFP

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youths peer out at the funeral of Rabbi Michel Yehuda Lefkowitz, Lithuanian-Orthodox leader and head of the Ponevezh yeshiva (an Orthodox Jewish college). Thousands gathered for services for Lefkowitz, who was 97.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ariel Schalit / Associated Press

Tammy O'Brien reaches out to touch the casket of her son, USMC Lance Corporal Nicholas O'Brien, during O'Brien's burial service at Arlington National Cemetery. O'Brien died on June 9, 2011, while on foot patrol in the Helmland province of southern Afghanistan. He was serving as the point man of his unit when he was killed by a roadside bomb.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Win McNamee / Getty Images North America

A firebomb explodes among Greek riot police in the capital Tuesday as demonstrations against austerity measures turn violent.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Petros Giannakouris / Associated Press

A performer dressed in a Red Army uniform takes part in a musical event to celebrate the upcoming 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JASON LEE / Reuters

Hindu holy men line up to register for the annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave shrine.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Channi Anand / Associated Press

Japanese police officers monitor shareholders arriving for an annual meeting of investors in the Tokyo Electric Power Co. Executives offered an apology to shareholders for actions surrounding the meltdown of the company's nuclear plant in the March quake and tsunami. They were repeatedly interrupted as investors shouted and called out outraged questions.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Itsuo Inouye / Associated Press

Serbs hold posters featuring Ratko Mladic, the top war-crime suspect of Bosnian Serbs, as they take part in a ceremony marking a historic battle at Gazimestan, near Pristina. Some 2,000 Serbs marked the 622nd anniversary of the 1389 Battle of Kosovo, where the Serbian army was defeated by the Ottoman Empire.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARMEND NIMANI / AFP

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Women displaced by heavy flooding in Pakistan carry aloft containers of water while taking refuge at a makeshift camp in Sukkur; in Nepal, the feet of Living Goddess Kumari are colored red as she observes the Bhotojatra festival in Lalitpur; while in Warsaw, Poland, Greenpeace places a giant soccer ball with a map of the EU states in front of the Prime Minister’s office as part of a campaign to raise environmental awareness. Poland is assuming the EU presidency on July 1.

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German tennis player Sabine Lisicki defeats French opponent Marion Bartoli at Wimbledon; a dancer from the Rambert Dance Company performs in the rain in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral as part of the City of London Festival, and Boonda, a baby koala joey, clings to mum, Elle, at Sydney Wildlife World. One of Australia’s most iconic and adored marsupials, koalas are threatened by a shortage of suitable habitat due to mass land clearance in the country.

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  1. July 3, 2011, 11:51 am

    great share thank you maybe i come here on next day

    By: atonio@yahoo.com

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