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A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southwestern China on Sunday, killing at least 398 people in a remote area of Yunnan province, and causing thousands of buildings, including a school, to collapse.

WONG CAMPION/REUTERS

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A view shows rescuers searching for survivors among debris of collapsed buildings after an earthquake hit Ludian county, Yunnan province.

CHINA DAILY/REUTERS

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish boys climb down a wall near the scene of a suspected attack in Jerusalem.

AMMAR AWAD/REUTERS

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Kanwarias or devotees of Hindu god Lord Shiva walk through the banks after filling their pots with the water from the river Ganga in the northern Indian city of Allahabad. Hundreds of the Kanwarias carry holy water from the Ganga to their hometowns to be offered to Shivling (a symbol of Lord Shiva).

JITENDRA PRAKASH/REUTERS

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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau balances his 5-month-old son Hadrian on his hand while attending the B.C. Day Liberal barbecue in Vancouver, B.C.

DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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A large crane lifts a boat out of the Great Salt Lake Marina west of Salt Lake City, Utah. The Great Salt Lake water levels are expected to be the lowest since 1963 because of a prolonged drought.

GEORGE FREY/REUTERS

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A street vendor sells chickens to customers at a food market in Jakarta. The annual inflation rate in Indonesia, Southeast Asia's biggest economy, eased in July to 4.53 percent, the statistics bureau said on Monday.

BEAWIHARTA/REUTERS

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Tracy Porter, of Paradise, Calif., uses an axe to fragment a burning tree damaged by the Eiler Fire in the Lassen National Park near Hat Creek, Calif. Firefighters were focusing on two wildfires near each other in Northern California that have burned through more than 100 square miles of terrain.

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP

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Cast member Sylvester Stallone poses for a photograph as he arrives for the world premiere of the film "The Expendables 3" at Leicester Square in London.

PAUL HACKETT/Reuters

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Some 600 balloons emblazoned with a poppy and the name of a fallen soldier flutter in the sky during the "Short Step" ceremony, to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One (WW1), in Folkestone, southern England.

DYLAN MARTINEZ/REUTERS

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(LtoR) Britain's Prince Harry, Belgium's Queen Mathilde, Duchess of Cambridge Catherine, Belgium's King Philippe, Britain's Prime minister David Cameron and Britain's Prince William attend a ceremony at the Saint Symphorien Military cemetery in Mons, Belgium, during commemorations marking 100 years since the invasion of Belgium by Germany at the start of World War I.

JOHN THYS/AFP/Getty Images/Newscom

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A makeshift marker denoting evidence is pictured at the site of the downed Malaysian airliner MH17 near the village of Rozsypne in the Donetsk region.

SERGEI KARPUKHIN/REUTERS

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Bangladeshi woman Munni, whose daughters are missing, cries as rescuers search the River Padma after a passenger ferry carrying hundreds of people capsized in Munshiganj district, Bangladesh. At least 44 people either swam to safety or were rescued, but the number of missing passengers is not yet known.

A.M. Ahad/AP

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Francoise Abanda from Canada returns the ball to Dominika Cibukova from Slovakia during their opening round match at the Rogers Cup tennis tournament in Montreal.

Graham Hughes/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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