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Police officers behind barricades block weeping children during a protest in which residents from the squatter areas in Boeung Kak lakeside called for a Cambodian appeals court to release 15 residents arrested last month.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MAK REMISSA / EPA

A child plays in a fountain in a popular shopping district of Beijing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ED JONES / AFP / Getty Images

A woman admires the 3-D makeup makeover she just got at the Dinair Airbrush Makeup Co. booth at the third International Cosmetics Development Expo and Conference.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN / EPA

Residents of Wieliczka carry a huge Italian flag as part of an affectionate sendoff for the Italian soccer team, which took up residence in a local hotel during the Euro 2012 tournament. The Italians were moving on to Warsaw to play Germany in the semifinals.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jacek Bednarczyk / EPA

A Muslim woman prays outside the remains of the shrine of 11th century Sufi saint Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani, which was gutted by a huge fire on Monday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FAROOQ KHAN / EPA

A police officer peers inside a burned-out van used by three unidentified attackers to destroy the entrance to Microsoft's offices in Athens. In the pre-dawn hours, the suspects drove the stolen van into the Mictosoft lobby, set off a large number of gas canisters inside the van, and fled.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALEXANDROS VLACHOS / EPA

Bill Murray participates in the pro-am for the 2012 Irish Open held on the Dunluce Links at at Royal Portrush Golf Club.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Cannon / Getty Images

Romania's Cristina Sandu makes a sandy landing during qualifying for the women's long jump at the 2012 European Athletics Championships at Olympic Stadium.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHANNES EISELE / AFP / Getty Images

Catholics bearing sacred statues take part in a procession during the last day of the annual festival dedicated to the town's patron saint, John the Baptist.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NICOLAS GARCIA / AFP / Getty Images

Mac Lyerly, 12, makes the best of a little flooding, turning a small plastic swimming pool into a canoe on a Jacksonville street as north Florida deals with the continuing effects of Tropical Storm Debby.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kelly Jordan / The Florida Times-Union

The steel sculpture "Memoria Urbana," a steel and light installation by Spanish conceptual artist Juan Garaizabal re-creating the outline of Berlin's destroyed Bethlehem Church, lights up the spot where the original church, heavily damaged in World War II, stood until it was razed in 1963.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MAURIZIO GAMBARINI / DPA

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Pictures in the News | June 27, 2012

Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Cambodia, where weeping children are stopped by police barricades during a demonstration in which residents of a squatters community in Phnom Penh called for an appeals court to release 15 residents arrested last month. In Japan, a woman admires her 3-D makeup at the Dinair Airbrush Makeup Co. booth at the third International Cosmetics Development Expo and Conference in Tokyo.

Residents line the streets of Wieliczka, Poland, to say goodbye to the Italian soccer team, which had taken up residence in a local hotel during the Euro 2012 tournament. The Italians are headed to Warsaw, where they will play in the semifinals against Germany.

Elsewhere, rain totals continue to rise as north Florida residents deal with the effects from Tropical Storm Debby; Greek police investigate the damage to Microsoft’s offices in Athens after a van drove into the lobby and set off a large number of gas canisters; and Bill Murray participates in the pro-am for the 2012 Irish Open held on the Dunluce Links at at Royal Portrush Golf Club.

Add stops in Finland, Nicaragua and Germany to round out the report.

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