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This aerial photo shows a damaged home among debris field in Granbury, Texas. Ten tornadoes touched down in several small communities in Texas overnight, leaving at least six people dead, dozens injured and hundreds homeless.

G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News/AP

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A surfer carries his board as he walks along Sydney's Manly Beach. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said that Sydney is experiencing a record-breaking run of consecutive autumn days above 20 degrees Celsius with today being the 26th consecutive day, breaking the previous record of 25 days set in 1987.

DAVID GRAY/REUTERS

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A boy bathes in a stream at Dara on the outskirts of Srinagar.

DANISH ISMAIL/REUTERS

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A U.S. soldier arrives to the scene where a suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Anja Niedringhaus/AP

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A fawn lays on the ground while city employees come to check and feed the deer at the Deer Park on Prairie Island in Winona, Minn. Two fawns were born over the weekend, which are hard to spot when laying among the trees.

Andrew Link/Winona Daily News/AP

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A rescue worker combs through debris after tornados swept through the town of Granbury, Texas. At least six people were killed and about 100 injured on Wednesday as three tornadoes ripped through a stretch of Texas near the Dallas-Fort Worth area, destroying a number of homes, authorities said.

RICHARD RODRIGUEZ/REUTERS

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Cast member Emma Watson poses during a photocall for the film 'The Bling Ring' during the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes.

YVES HERMAN/REUTERS

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A boy who refuses to move to a safer place from Cyclone Mahasen, as other families sought shelter, plays with a water pipe at a Rohingya internally displaced persons (IDP) camp, outside of Sittwe, Myanmar.

Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters

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U.S. President Barack Obama checks and decides that he no longer needs the umbrella held by a U.S. Marine to protect him from the rain during a joint news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.

JASON REED/REUTERS

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Filipino women cover their noses as they pass by a still burning mall in the shopping district of Divisoria in Manila, Philippines.

Aaron Favila/AP

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Chinese Paramilitary policemen use a boat to evacuate people on a flooded street after torrential rains in Xiamen in southeast China's Fujian province.

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