July 8: A child watches a street artist during the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain.
July 8: Revelers drink and dance on the street during the third day of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.
July 9: A runner falls in front of El Ventorrillo while fighting bulls on the third day of the running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. Five people were slightly injured in the run that lasted 2 minutes and 20 seconds.
July 9: A 58-year-old runner from France is attended to by emergency services after being injured during the third day of the running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.
July 8: Guy Laliberte, the Canadian owner of Cirque du Soleil, lies in a special capsule filled with gypsum to create a seat molding in Star City outside Moscow, Russia. The plaster cast will help to create his seat for the Russian Soyuz space craft. The former fire-eater is on the countdown to become the world's seventh, and Canada's first, space tourist slated to travel on the space craft to the International Space Station (ISS) in September.
July 8: U.S. singer Lady Gaga performs during the Isle of MTV concert in Floriana, Malta.
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July 8: Brazilian artist Tiago Primo scales a wall in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The house, built on a climbing wall by Brazilian artists, has been drawing the attention of thousands who walk by the installation in Rio de Janeiro's downtown neighborhood.
July 9: Michelle Obama visits the 'Palazzo del Governo' of L'Aquila in Italy. World leaders attending the G8 summit are expected to discuss tackling world hunger and the global reduction of greenhouse gases.
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July 8: US President Barack Obama, left, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, center, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, speak during the Group of Eight (G8) summit in L'Aquila, Italy. Group of Eight leaders talk about issues ranging from the global financial crisis to climate change to the situations in Iran and Xinjiang, China.
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July 9: Activists of the pro-Russian "Rodina" group stage a protest in front of the U.S. embassy against the use of U.S. nuclear fuel in Ukraine's nuclear power stations in Kiev. Ukraine has signed an agreement with the U.S firm Westinghouse to supply fuel to its reactors.
July 8: U.S. Marines from the 2nd MEB, 1st Battalion 5th, sleep in their fighting holes inside a compound where they stayed for the night, in the Nawa district of Afghanistan.
July 8: U.S. Marines from the 2nd MEB, 1st Battalion 5th, watch as a helicopter drops an emergency water resupply outside a compound where they stayed for the night, in the Nawa district of Afghanistan.
July 9: Iraqi soldiers secure the site of a bomb attack in Mosul. Two car bombs exploded within minutes of each other on Wednesday in Mosul, killing 14 people and wounding 33, police said.
July 9: A man sits grieving after loosing members of his family the morning after two car bombs were detonated within minutes of each other on the outskirts of Mosul, Iraq.
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July 8: Spc. Michael Levi Ray of Searcy, Arkansas says goodbye to friends and family in Little Rock, Ark. as he and his comrades board buses bound for Fort Hood, Texas where they will attend training before deployment to Iraq.
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July 8: Vice President Joe Biden speaks along side Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about a White House deal with hospitals to help pay for President Barack Obama's overhaul of health care.
July 9: Rescue workers save people from a truck swept away by swift currents on a heavy rainy day in Gapyeong, Korea. The Korea Meteorological Administration issued torrential rain warnings in Seoul and in the country's central regions.
July 8: A man watches a television news broadcast about North Korean leader Kim Jong-il at the Seoul railway station. Kim appeared on state television for the anniversary of the death of his father and state founder Kim Il-sung.
July 8: Children playing on a waterlogged road splash water on a passing bus in Mumbai. India's financial and entertainment capital received an overnight deluge of monsoon rains that left some streets and homes flooded. Many lower-lying areas were under water.
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July 9: An animal rights activist holds a kitten during a rally in Moscow. The activists were protesting against the Russian government's plans to legalize hunting in forest reserves and national parks.
July 8: Thousands of Orthodox Jews protest in Mea Sharim, Jerusalem against the opening of a car park during the Sabbath. A series of protests center on the decision by the municipality to require a car park outside the walls of the Old City to open on Friday and Saturday, when religious Jews observe a day of rest from sundown to sundown.
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July 8: A Palestinian laborer works at a construction site in a settlement near Jerusalem known to Israelis as Har Homa and to Palestinians as Jabal Abu Ghneim. An Israeli newspaper stated that Israel had won agreement from the United States for the continued construction of 2,500 housing units in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, despite U.S. calls for a freeze.
July 8: Demonstrators wave the Palestinian flag during a protest against Israel's controversial separation barrier near Ramallah, Palestine.
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July 8: A street vendor sells American and Ghanaian flags along a street in Accra, Ghana. The United States hopes President Barack Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record.
July 8: US fans celebrate after Santino Quaranta scored the first goal against Honduras during a Gold Cup first round match at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
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July 8: A supporter of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya holds a machete in front of a barricade on fire during a protest against the military coup in the outskirts of Tegucigalpa. New protests were being held as deposed President Manuel Zelaya prepared to meet Honduras's interim leader Roberto Micheletti for the first time since his ouster late last month.
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July 8: People wait in a line for alternative transportation during a nationwide transportation strike on the outskirts of Lima, Peru. Public transportation drivers went on strike to protest a new law that will take effect next month which increases penalties for traffic violations.
July 8: Soldiers talk to a suspect outside the house were the army found a tunnel under construction 40 yards from the border with the US in Tijuana, Mexico.
July 7: Rebiya Kadeer gathers with other Uyghurs during an anti-Chinese rally in Dupont Circle. Rebiya Kadeer is the exiled leader of the Uyghurs, Chinese Muslims currently involved in violent protests in China.
July 9: An Uigur woman talks to Chinese soldiers guarding the Grand Bazaar in Urumqi, China. Foreign journalists have been given unprecedented access in the aftermath of deadly unrest in Urumqi.
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July 8: A patient receives traditional Chinese acupuncture treatment for curing rheumatism at a hospital in Jiaxing.
July 8: Professor Karim Nayernia, researches in his lab at Newcastle University and the North East England Stem Cell Institute (Nesci), in Newcastle, England. British scientists claimed to have created human sperm from stem cells but other experts questioned their data.
July 9: A decorated nail from 2100 BC that would have been used to anchor a building's foundations to the ground is made available by the Dutch Education, Culture and Science Ministry in The Hague, Netherlands. The Dutch government turned over dozens of antiquities stolen from Iraq to Baghdad's ambassador and urged other countries to clamp down on the illicit trade.
July 9: A replica of the gown worn by former Austrian Empress Elisabeth at her Hungarian coronation ceremony is on display next to a portrait of her husband Emperor Franz Joseph I. in the renovated "Sisi Museum" in the imperial Hofburg palace in Vienna.
July 8: Fans in the sky boxes at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita, Kan. watch and take pictures of the hail storm that shortened the Wingnut game. Dozens of cars in the parking lot were damaged by the storm.
July 8: Fog rthickens in the valleys between the peaks of the Erzgebirge mountains, as the sun rises near Koenigstein, Germany.
July 8: A firefighting helicopter drops water on a brush fire near the Getty Center art complex in Los Angeles.
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