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Iulian Grosu runs after setting himself on fire in Bucharest, Romania, in an apparent desperate bid to get custody of his son who is living in Spain.
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A Romanian man sets himself on fire in Bucharest in a desperate bid to get custody of his son who is living in Spain.
Demonstration in the suburban Quezon City, north of Manila
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Protesters in the Philippines continue to press President Gloria Arroyo to resign over vote-rigging allegations.
An England football shirt is left with a floral tribute to Ciaran Cassidy, who is missing following last week's London bombings, outside Kings Cross Station, London.
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An England football shirt is left with a floral tribute to Ciaran Cassidy, who is missing following the London bombings.
Pakistani villagers swim carrying their belongings to safe places after heavy flash flooding in Multan.
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Pakistani villagers swim while pushing their belongings after heavy flash flooding in Multan.
A bull pushes people into the water during the traditional bulls celebration on the sea in Denia, Alicante
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A bull pushes people into the water during the traditional celebration in Denia, Spain.
Mongolian army soldiers get dressed to take part in the first round of traditional Mongolian style wrestling during Mongolia's biggest event of the year, Nadam festival
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Mongolian soldiers prepare for traditional wrestling during the biggest event of the year - Nadam festival.
A Palestinian youth waves the Palestinian flag next to an Israeli army watchtower during a demonstration against the construction of Israel's separation barrier at the Kalandia checkpoint.
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A man waves the Palestinian flag during a protest against the construction of Israel's West Bank barrier.
Lady Sobhraj Maternity Hospital, Karachi
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A new-born baby in the Pakistani city of Karachi is placed in a hospital incubator, on World Population Day.
Petition signed in Baghdad's Sadr City neighbourhood
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A bloodied thumbprint is used to sign a petition by Iraqi Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr calling for US-led forces to leave.
Memorial cemetery in Potocari, near Srebrenica in eastern Bosnia, where 610 newly-identified bodies are being buried
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Women in Srebrenica prepare to bury more of their dead, 10 years after the massacre of some 8,000 men and boys.
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
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A Kyrgyz boy rides his skateboard through the fountains in Bishkek, a day after his country elects a new president.




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