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Rescue workers tend to a wounded man after an explosion rocked central Oslo on Friday. The blast damaged government buildings and injured several people, a witness told Reuters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Scanpix Norway / Reuters

A Palestinian medic treats a man who was injured as Israeli forces fired tear gas at Palestinian protesters during a demonstration against the closure of a road during an uprising by Jewish settlers in Kadumim.


Supporters of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh stand on structures at the Unknown Soldiers' Square as they attend a rally to show their support after prayers in Sanaa. Banners hanging at the square are of Saleh, left, and Saudi King Abdullah.


A Kyrgyz rider performs during a traditional folk festival at Son-Kul Lake.


A diver wearing chef's uniform performs with sardines as part of summer vacation events at Coex Aquarium in Seoul.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lee Jin-man / Associated Press

Team Breitling wing walker Charlotte Voce performs above Edinburgh in advance of its appearance this weekend at the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune.


Weapons that were handed in by Monterrey area residents are seen before their destruction at the 7th Military Zone. The weapons were collected during the government-run Guns Exchange Program in coordination with the military authorities. The army destroyed 1,494 rifles, 2,416 guns, 1,492 magazines and 262,524 bullets of different calibers.


A couple cools off in the Unisphere fountain at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in the Queens borough of New York.


Australian Ballet dancers Madeleine Eastoe and Kevin Jackson perform above the Melbourne skyline on the 88th floor of the Eureka tower to promote the announcement of their lead roles in the Australian Ballet's upcoming production of "Romeo and Juliet." Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy will direct the ballet, with costumes designed by Akira Isogawa. It premieres Sept. 1.


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