Hessen (Germany): Athletes run into the Long Forest Lake at the start of the Women's Ironman European Championship. Photo: Joaquim Ferreira/dpa.
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Hockenheim (Germany): Singer James Hetfield of the American metal band 'Metallica' performs onstage during the rock festival 'Download' at the Hockenheimring. Photo: Uwe Anspach/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): Tube services resume to normal at Farringdon Station. After three days of disruption, following the nationwide strike by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union in a bitter dispute over pay, jobs and conditions. Photo: James Manning/dpa.
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Village of Salem (Israel): Construction workers carry on building a new part of the separation wall around the village of Salem in North border of Israel with West-Bank city of Jenin. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Cairo (Egypt): Palestinian Muslim pilgrims arrive at Cairo International Airport as they prepare to go for their pilgrimage to Mecca, as pilgrims wait to cross into Egypt on their way to Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage. The Hajj, largest annual pilgrimage in the world, is the fifth pillar of Islam, a religious duty that must be carried out at least once in the lifetime of every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to do so. Photo: Ashraf Amra/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): A passenger waits at Euston station in London, as members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union begin their nationwide strike along with London Underground workers in a bitter dispute over pay, jobs and conditions. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/dpa.
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Vienna (Austria): Singer Billie Joe Armstrong of the American rock band Green Day performs on stage during a concert at the Ernst Happel stadium. Photo: Tobias Steinmaurer/dpa.
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Turin (Italy): People wave rainbow flags through the streets of Turin during the annual Pride parade. Photo: Matteo Secci/dpa.
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Dhaka (Bangladesh): A train passes through the Jurain Railgate market just inches from people selling fruit and vegetables. Two trains pass through this market at a speed of about 30 kilometres per hour. Photo: Syed Mahabubul Kader/dpa.
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Albuquerque (US): A crew from the Albuquerque Fire Rescue Department battle the Carnuel Brush fire. Photo: Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal/dpa.
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Guwahati (India): A woman wades through a flooded street after heavy rain in Guwahati Assam. Photo: Dasarath Deka/dpa.
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Kigali (Rwanda): A view of the Hallmark Residences Hotel in Kigali, where migrants from the UK are expected to be taken when they arrive. UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Tuesday that the first flight to Rwanda to deport migrants who could not be granted asylum in the UK would take place, no matter how few people were on board. Photo: Victoria Jones/dpa.
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Sadr City (Iraq): Motorists drive past a poster bearing the images prominent Iraqi Shia clerics. Iraqi lawmakers of the Sadrist bloc, the largest in parliament under leadership of Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, have resigned amid an ongoing political stalemate over forming a new government. Photo: Ameer Al-Mohammedawi/dpa.
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Nakhom Pathom (Thailand): Festival staff carry marijuana plants during Marijuana Legalization celebrations festival outside of Nakhom Pathom. Photo: Andre Malerba/dpa.
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Moraira (Spain): Spanish rider on his dancing horse takes part in the traditional festival of Moors and Christians on the beach of La Ampolla in Moraira. Photo: Diego Radames/dpa.
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Malaga (Spain): Italian football referee Pierluigi Collina, a legend referee, speaks about the secrets that led him to become a world reference during the fourth edition of the Brand Sport Weekend. Photo: Lorenzo Carnero/dpa.
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Buenos Aires (Argentina): People take part in a protest against the country's soaring inflation. Photo: telam/dpa.
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Dublin (Ireland): Ukraine fans in the stands after the UEFA Nations League Group E soccer match between Republic of Ireland and Ukraine at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Brian Lawless/dpa.
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Rostock (Germany): Travellers arrive at the Central Station on the S-Bahn from Warnemuende. Since the introduction of the 9-euro ticket, the number of travelers on local transport has increased significantly. Photo: Bernd Wüstneck/dpa.
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Cologne (Germany): Around 180 members of Barcelona's Castellers de la Vila de Gracia human tower association, build a Catalan human tower in front of Cologne Cathedral. The Castells (human towers) are a UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Photo: Henning Kaiser/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): Naomi Campbell takes part in the Platinum Jubilee Pageant in front of Buckingham Palace, on day four of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II. Photo: David Parry/dpa.
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Athens (Greece): A firefighter tries to extinguish flames during a wildfire in the suburb of Voula. Greek authorities ordered a limited evacuation in the coastal suburb of Voula, southern Athens, as strong winds fanning a raging fire have changed its direction, threatening residential area. Photo: Eurokinissi/dpa.
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Havana (Cuba): A woman walks across a flooded street due to heavy rainfall. Photo: Irene Perez/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): Queen Elizabeth II symbolically lights the main Jubilee bonfire at Windsor Castle on the first day of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, part of a chain of more than 3,500 flaming tributes to her 70-year reign. Photo: Steve Parsons/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): Argentina's Lionel Messi lifts the Finalissima 2022 trophy after the CONMEBOL–UEFA Cup of Champions soccer match between Italy and Argentine at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Mike Egerton/dpa.
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New York (US): A man sits in the fountain in Washington Square Park to beat the heat. Photo: Milo Hess/dpa.
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Baxtla (Mexico): Hundreds of residents walk through the streets of Baxtla municipality dressed as clowns and celebrate the patronal feast of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary. During this festival, residents usually dress up as clowns and dance around an arch of flowers and the image of the Virgin. Photo: Hector Adolfo Quintanar Perez/dpa.
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Dmytrivka (Ukraine): People walk on destroyed Russian military armoured vehicles at Dmytrivka village near the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Photo: Sergei Chuzavkov/dpa.
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Paris (France): Liverpool fans in the fanzone in Paris, react after seeing their team lose against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Final at the Stade de France. Photo: Jacob King/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): Unionised truck drivers affiliated with the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions chant slogans during a rally. They declared they would begin an indefinite general strike on 7 June demanding raises in transportation fares to reflect recent hikes in diesel prices, among others. Photo: YNA/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): Members of the English rock band Rolling Stones Mick Jagger (L), Keith Richard (R) and Ron Wood (C) react upon arrival at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport. The Rolling Stones will start their 'Stones Sixty 2022 European Tour' in Madrid on 01 June. Photo: Ricardo Rubio/dpa.
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Lavarone (Italy): Colombian cyclist Santiago Buitrago of team Bahrain Victorious celebrates winning the 17th stage of the 105th edition of the Giro d'Italia cycling race, 168 Km from Ponte di Legno to Lavarone. Photo: Marco Alpozzi/dpa.
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Dhaka (Bangladesh): People seen travelling on a train in a very risky way. Photo: Piyas Biswas/dpa.
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Swansea (United Kingdom): American singer Alice Cooper performs during a concert at Swansea Arena. Photo: Ben Birchall/dpa.
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Manchester (UK): Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola with the Premier League trophy following the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium. Photo: Martin Rickett/dpa.
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Wuhan (China): A Chinese customer examines an iphone during the official opening of the new Apple flagship store at the Wuhan International Plaza. Photo: Ren Yong/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): Activists take part in a protest near the presidential office in Seoul, as South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol and US President Joe Biden hold a summit. Photo: YNA/dpa.
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Lviv (Ukraine): Girls swing at the playground near the modular town for refugees in Lviv. About 300 people live there after fleeing the Russian aggression in Mariupol, Luhansk, Kramatorsk, Kherson and other zones of active hostilities. Photo: Pavlo Palamarchuk/dpa.
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Emporia (US): Empty shelves at Walmart denoting the lack of baby formula supplies, Walmart limited the number of units per child for each customer to 5 a day. Photo: Mark Reinstein/dpa.
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Biskvitne (Ukraine): Local residents collect aluminum parts from a destroyed Russian tank in Biskvitne, east of Kharkiv. Photo: Aziz Karimov/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): Members of the Classics All Blacks team perform their famous haka during the presentation of the New Zealand rugby team, the Classics All Blacks, ahead of their match against the Spanish team in the Plaza de Oriente. Photo: Atilano Garcia/dpa.
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Sounion (Greece): The moon rises over the temple of Poseidon. Photo: Eurokinissi/dpa.
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Hooghly (India): Female workers process and dry red chilli peppers under the sun on the banks of the Ganges River in the Hooghly district of West Bengal. Every day, after 8 hours of work, these workers earn about 2 US dollars (150 INR), which is one of the main sources of income for their families before the monsoon. Photo: Avishek Das/dpa.
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Norwich (United Kingdom): A giant domino topple across Norwich marks the opening of the 250th anniversary edition of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival. Photo: Chris Radburn/dpa.
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Belfast (United Kingdom): English singer Ed Sheeran performs on stage during his concert at Boucher Road Playing Fields. Photo: Liam Mcburney/dpa.
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Berlin (Germany): (L-R) Members of the Russian musical group Pussy Riot Diana Burkot, Maria Alyokhina, Anton Ponomarev and Olga Borisova perform during their concert at Funkhaus Berlin. Photo: Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa.
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Haifa (Israel): Demonstrators take part in a protest to denounce the killing of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh. Abu Akleh, 51, a prominent figure in the Arabic news service of the Al-Jazeera channel, was shot dead earlier today during a confrontation between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians in the West Bank city of Jenin. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.