Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi carry a coffin of their colleague who was killed during Wednesday clashes in Cairo. Gunfire rang out over a main Cairo overpass and police fired tear gas as clashes broke out after tens of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters took to the streets Friday across Egypt in defiance of a military-imposed state of emergency following the country's bloodshed earlier this week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Amr Nabil / Associated PressLink
Egyptian army soldiers take their positions on top and next to their armored vehicles while guarding an entrance to Tahrir Square in Cairo.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hassan Ammar / Associated PressLink
A poster of Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi is held up by a protester during a demonstration at Eyup Sultan mosque in Istanbul condemning the deadly Egyptian crackdown.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: OZAN KOSE / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
A Huntington Beach City Junior Lifeguard slides down a beachfront homemade slip 'n slide on the last day of the eight-week summer program.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles TimesLink
Sebastian Betancourth, left, and Juan Lopez adjust the plastic wrapping around a special order 6-foot princess pinata in downtown Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bethany Mollenkof / Los Angeles TimesLink
Fans of the U.S. Solheim Cup team hold signs while cheering as they walk near the first fairway at the Solheim Cup golf tournament in Parker.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris Carlson / Associated PressLink
A Palestinian and an Israeli soldier come face-to-face during the eviction of protesters as they were trying to block the main road leading to the Israeli settlement of Efrata, near the West Bank town of Bethlehem.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ABED AL HASHLAMOUN / EPALink
Italian coast guard and beachgoers help in the rescue of about 160 migrants whose boat arrived near the beach in southeast Sicily.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: VALENTINO CILMI / EPALink
A tractor drives on a field near Bergheim, Germany.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: OLIVER BERG / EPALink
A co-worker of 34 miners shot dead by South African police during a violent wage strike prays during a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of their deaths in Marikana.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Chinese tourists view names of victims at the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Museum in Nanjing. Japan's conservative prime minister broke with two decades of tradition by omitting any expression of remorse over the country's past aggression in Asia on the anniversary of its World War II surrender.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK RALSTON / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
The reflection of horses, their keepers, and an umbrella-toting pedestrian is seen in a puddle of water following heavy monsoon rains in the northern hill town of Shimla.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP/Getty ImagesLink
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