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Abu al-Taib, the leader of Ahbab Al-Mustafa Battalion, demonstrates for female members as he holds a gun during military training Monday in a mosque in the Seif El Dawla neighbourhood in Aleppo, Syria.

Muzaffar Salman/Reuters

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A family on a motorcycle rides through the haze in Kubu district in Rokan Hilir, in Indonesia's Riau province. Indonesia's president has apologised for the raging forest fires that have blanketed its neighbours Singapore and Malaysia with thick smog in Southeast Asia's worst air pollution crisis in 16 years.

Beawiharta/Reuters

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People attend a mass rally marking the "day of struggle against U.S. imperialism" at Kim Il-sung Square, Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Kashmiri men fish on the weed-covered Dal Lake in Srinagar, Indian-Administered Kashmir.

Danish Ismail/Reuters

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Spectators rush into the grounds as the gates open at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London.

Toby Melville/Reuters

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Milos Raonic of Canada hits a return to Carlos Berlocq of Argentina in their men's singles match at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London.

Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

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Danish horses stand in a row during the opening ceremony of the CHIO Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany.

Martin Meissner/AP

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Visitors JAKe and Emma Hayley pose on Argentine artist Leonardo Erlich's optical illusion installation "Dalston House" in east London. The artwork, commissioned by the Barbican Gallery, uses mirrors to create the impression of a house on which people can play and pose for visual effect.

Luke MacGregor/Reuters

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A paddle-board surfer rides a large wave at a place known by locals as 'Winkie Pop', near Manly Beach in Sydney, Australia.

David Gray/Reuters

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Cyclists make their way on a tandem bicycle along Morningside Lane at the Experimental Farm in Ottawa.

Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

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A Canadian Forces LAV drives members of the media through the City of High River, Alberta. to see the areas most affected by the record-breaking flood.

John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail

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