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- 05/29/13--04:30: _New home for Inuka
- 05/30/13--07:30: _Through the limo glass
- 05/30/13--08:30: _Bejewelled make-up ...
- 06/06/13--10:30: _Relaxing in the Tui...
- 06/07/13--09:30: _Gay pride in Tel Aviv
- 06/12/13--05:00: _Dragon Boat Festiva...
- 06/20/13--10:00: _Racegoers bound for...
- 06/20/13--12:00: _Yamuna displaces child
- 06/26/13--04:00: _Chinese astronaut W...
- 07/09/13--05:30: _San Fermin Running ...
- 07/11/13--05:30: _Bosnians remember S...
- 07/16/13--11:30: _Christopher Froome ...
- 07/12/13--03:30: _Bull fights back in...
- 07/12/13--04:00: _Friday prayers duri...
- 07/12/13--05:00: _Cigar makers in Ind...
- 07/12/13--05:30: _Blues fans in Bangkok
- 07/15/13--05:00: _Camouflage kids of ...
- 07/15/13--06:00: _Learning the Koran ...
- 07/15/13--10:30: _Census of swans at ...
- 07/19/13--04:00: _Celebrations as Sam...
- 05/29/13--04:30: New home for Inuka
- 05/30/13--07:30: Through the limo glass
- 06/06/13--10:30: Relaxing in the Tuileries garden in Paris
- 06/07/13--09:30: Gay pride in Tel Aviv
- 06/12/13--05:00: Dragon Boat Festival in Taipei
- 06/20/13--10:00: Racegoers bound for Ascot
- 06/20/13--12:00: Yamuna displaces child
- 06/26/13--04:00: Chinese astronaut Wang Yaping returns from space
- 07/09/13--05:30: San Fermin Running of the Bulls festival
- 07/11/13--05:30: Bosnians remember Srebrenica
- 07/16/13--11:30: Christopher Froome retains maillot jaune in Gap
- 07/12/13--03:30: Bull fights back in Pamplona
- 07/12/13--04:00: Friday prayers during Ramadan
- 07/12/13--05:00: Cigar makers in Indonesia
- 07/12/13--05:30: Blues fans in Bangkok
- 07/15/13--05:00: Camouflage kids of Taichung
- 07/15/13--06:00: Learning the Koran in Kabul
- 07/15/13--10:30: Census of swans at River Thames
- 07/19/13--04:00: Celebrations as Sam Rainsy returns to Cambodia
Schoolchildren watch as “Inuka”, a male polar bear, swims in its enclosure at the Singapore Zoo on Wednesday. The 22-year-old polar bear, the first one born in the tropics, moved into his new frozen tundra home on May 29 in a 2,700 sq m exhibit featuring climate controlled resting areas and an expanded pool Read more
UK‘s Prince Charles looks from his limo as he visits the residence of the Armenian Apostolic Church leader, Catholicos Garegin II, in Etchmiadzin, outside Yerevan, on Thursday. Prince Charles is on a private visit to Armenia, the Armenian media reported. Read more
Models Blanche Scofield (left) using a bejewelled compact circa 1945 and Anna Swan (right) using a nécessaire by Faraone, circa 1940, on show as part of the “Ultra Vanities – Bejewelled make-up boxes from the Age of Glamour” exhibition at Goldsmiths Hall, central London. Read more
A participant dances during the annual Gay Pride parade in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Friday. Thousands of Israeli and foreign gay and lesbian people joined in the festivities, which concluded with a huge beach party Read more
Racegoers travel by train from London Waterloo station to Ascot racecourse to attend the Royal Ascot in Berkshire, England. The Royal Ascot horse race meeting runs from June 18 until June 22, 2013. Read more
Chinese astronaut Wang Yaping waves after she gets out from the re-entry capsule of China’s Shenzhou-10 spacecraft returning to earth at its main landing site in Inner Mongolia, north China. Three Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Wednesday, touching down after a successful 15-day mission in which they docked with a manned space laboratory. Read more
A reveller eludes a bull’s horn at Calle Estafeta during the fourth day of the San Fermin Running of the Bulls festival, on Tuesday in Pamplona, Spain. The annual fiesta, which featured in The Sun also Rises, the 1926 novel by Ernest Hemingway, involves the running of the bulls through the historic heart of Pamplona. Read more
A Bosnian woman cries on the coffin of a relative, containing one of the 409 recently identified victims from the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in Potocari Memorial Center, near Srebrenica, on Thurday. The burials on July 11 mark the 18th anniversary of the massacre in which Bosnian Serb forces, commanded by Ratko Mladic, killed up to 8,000 Muslim men and boys and buried them in mass graves Read more
Christopher Froome of the UK, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey, and Spain’s Alberto Contador, right, speed down the Manse pass on the final stretch of the 168km sixteenth stage of the Tour de France cycling race which started in Vaison-la-Romaine and finished in Gap, France, on Tuesday. Read more
An El Pilar fighting bull gores a runner on Estafeta Street during the sixth running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona on Friday. Four runners were gored in a run that lasted five minutes, according to local media. Read more
A worker selects the finest tobacco leaves at the Rizona Baru cigar factory on Friday in Temanggung, Central Java, Indonesia. The factory, which was built in 1910 by a Chinese immigrant Oo Tjong Han, produces 3,000 cigars a month, handmade by the mostly women employees. Read more
Chelsea supporters hold posters of Blues manager José Mourinho as the team arrives at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday, a week ahead of their friendly match with the Singha All-Stars on July 17 Read more
Children in camouflage clothing attend a physical training session at a kindergarten in Taichung, central Taiwan. All kindergartens in the country provide physical training sessions that combine marine-style drills and gymnastics for pre-school and school-aged youngsters. The training helps children grow well in both mind and body, according to the principal. Read more
Swans and cygnets are caught, measured, assessed and tagged on the River Thames during Swan Upping on Monday in London. Swan Upping, the annual census of the River Thames’ swan population, is led by David Barber, The Queens Swan Marker. It begins on July 15 in Sunbury and ends at Abingdon, Oxfordshire, on July 19. The Queen’s Swan Marker and the accompanying Swan Uppers of the Vintners’ and Dyers’ Livery Companies use six traditional Thames rowing skiffs in their five-day journey upstream to ensure that the swan population is maintained. Read more
Supporters cheer as Sam Rainsy, president of the National Rescue party, greets them in Phnom Penh. Mr Rainsy, a main challenger to long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen, returned to Cambodia from self-imposed exile in France on Friday after Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni pardoned him last week. Mr Rainsy will campaign in a general election at the end of the month. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison in 2010 on charges of spreading disinformation and falsifying maps to contest a new border agreed by Cambodia and Vietnam. Read more