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Japanese and Russian flags share space atop the plane of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KONSTANTIN SALOMATIN / AFP/Getty Images

President Obama visited Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt in Stockholm.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP/Getty Images

A new monument to Soviet dictator Josef Stalin was vandalized with paint.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ZURAB KURTSIKIDZE / EPA

A visitor to Glastonbury Tor takes a photograph of St. Michael's Tower, a ruined 14th century church tower.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Cardy / Getty Images

Early risers take part in a Morning Glory "Rave Your Way Into the Day!" at Village Underground.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images

A concave wall of a new 37-story skyscraper, known locally as the "Walkie Talkie" building, has been blamed for reflecting sunlight that reportedly melted parts of a parked Jaguar automobile.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images

News photographers angle for a picture of a scuffle at the entrance to the Al Aqsa Mosque.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JIM HOLLANDER / EPA

Apparently, the view from the bicycle basket doesn't impress Django.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Markus Schreiber / Associated Press

Fireworks light up St. Basil Cathedral.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Denis Tyrin / Associated Press

Spanish dancers make a statement against bullfighting.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Martijn Beekman / EPA

Pope Francis greets the faithful in St. Peter's Square.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALESSANDRO DI MEO / EPA

Guo Bin, 6, known as Bin-Bin, who was blinded when his eyes were gouged out after he went missing while playing outside, is held by his mother.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP/Getty Images

Serena Williams plays in the U.S. Open.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP/Getty Images

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Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Russia, where Japanese and Russian flags are visible on the plane of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at St. Petersburg’s airport ahead of the G-20 summit. The Group of 20 advanced and emerging nations summit will gather Thursday and Friday in Russia’s second city of St. Petersburg. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama places a stone at the Great Synagogue and Holocaust Memorial of Stockholm as Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt looks on in Stockholm. Obama arrived in Sweden on Wednesday for a two-day visit likely to center on Syria, despite the host nation’s effort to draw attention to a broader agenda.

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The Hague: Spanish dancers donned bull suits to campaign in front of the Spanish embassy against bullfighting.

Add stops in London, Germany, New York and the Vatican to round out the report.

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