President Obama walks off the stage after making his speech at the landmark Brandenburg Gate.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
The crowd listens to President Obama deliver a speech at the Brandenburg Gate.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Sohn / Associated PressLink
A protester with "Yes we scan" written on her forehead makes a point about U.S. monitoring of telephone and Internet activity.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: RONNY HARTMANN / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Members of The Tootsie Rolls, a retro girl band, pose for pictures during the second day of Royal Ascot. The five-day horse-racing meeting is one of the highlights of England's sporting (and fashion) calendar.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADRIAN DENNIS / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A model shows off a ... well, a new look at the spring/summer 2014 "London Collections: Men" fashion event.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDREW COWIE / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A globe of 35 tons of garbage sits in the center of the city as part of an anti-littering campaign.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
An aerial view of the 50th Paris Air Show at Le Bourget airport.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Francois Mori / Associated PressLink
People approach a collapsed road in southwestern France after heavy flooding destroyed it. French rescue services and police in the Roman Catholic shrine town of Lourdes are evacuating hundreds of pilgrims from hotels threatened by flooding.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bob Edme / Associated PressLink
Students Salma Perez, center, and Steven Carrillo cry after the the L.A. school board decided to reject the renewal bid of the Anahuacalmecac charter school, which specializes in Nahuatl language and culture. School principle Marcos Aguilar, dressed in an Aztec costume, announced their decision.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles TimesLink
Ariel Castro, center, enters a courtroom with his defense attorneys, Craig Weintraub, left, and Jaye Schlachet, for a pretrial hearing. Castro is accused of kidnapping three women and holding them in his home for about a decade.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JASON MILLER / Associated PressLink
A car damaged in an accident sits in a street in the East Village. Fire authorities say eight people were injured, several of them seriously, after the car jumped a curb and slammed into a 24-hour grocery.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Seth Wenig / Associated PressLink
Afghan security forces carry an injured alleged Taliban fighter following a clash with Afghan police. Four militants were killed and two others injured in the incident.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Iraqi anti-terrorism special forces in camouflage gear prepare for a training exercise at the Baghdad airport.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hadi Mizban / Associated PressLink
Demonstrators face the Ataturk Cultural Center during a silent protest at Taksim Square.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Burak Kara / Getty ImagesLink
Indonesian protesters with painted faces carry plastic containers bearing slogans against higher fuel prices.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MAST IRHAM / EPALink
Zita, a liger -- half-lioness, half-tiger -- walks with her month-old cub at the Novosibirsk Zoo. The cub's father is a lion, so breedwise, the cub is considered to be a liliger.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ilnar Salakhiev / Associated PressLink
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