News Photos of the first half of July

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Sergeant Richard Hamburg (in blue) is jumping on his friend during a fight
in sumo wrestling Independence Day at Kandahar Airfield.

Sea lions swim by worker cleaning the glass of the pool in the zoo of Frankfurt. (Marius Becker / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Jesse Mallory throws a rope to the pier from the deck of the boat to catch shrimp in Apalachiole, Florida. The vessel was hired by a company under contract with «BP», to monitor the spread of water and oil. (Kathleen Flynn / St. Petersburg Times / ZUMA press)

People stand in line on the shore of Lake Michigan in Racine, Wisconsin, to get tickets for the event with the participation of US President Barack Obama. Obama said the country must learn to live without using the national "credit card" and to make sure that future generations do not pay the bills today. (Gregory Shaver / Journal Times via Associated Press)

Supporters of gubernatorial candidate Rodolfo Syuidad Victoria cry at his funeral in Mexico City. Rodolfo was killed by drug dealers. His brother will take the post late on Sunday. (Reuters)

Tourists take pictures of the statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro after its restoration, which lasted four months. (Felipe Dana / Associated Press)

The best football player in 2008 according to FIFA Cristiano Ronaldo after the defeat in the World Cup match against Spain. The match ended 1-0. (Action Images / ZUMA Press)

The current Wimbledon champion Roger Federer holds his head at a press conference after losing to a Czech Tomas Berdyhu at the famous tournament in London. (Tom Lovelock / AELTC / Associated Press)

Swimmer walking on the beach in Qingdao, Shandong province of China. Local authorities have been trying unsuccessfully to remove a large amount of algae washed up on the shore of a popular tourist resort. (Imaginechina / ZUMA Press)

Walter Fritz looking for treasure metal detector in the forest in Ebbs, Austria. A local lawyer reported that the former banker could hide up to five million euros in the Austrian forest. Finder waiting for a decent reward. (Miguel Villagran / Getty Images)

The policeman threatened child baton during clashes with workers garment factories in Dhaka. Thousands of people protested against low wages and poor working conditions. Police disperse protesters with tear gas and water cannons. (Munir uz Zaman / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Soldiers patrol the village of Nahr-e Saray. In June, in Afghanistan killed about 100 soldiers of the international forces. (Bay Ismoyo / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Work is resting next to pieces of leather factory in Hebron, known for its leather goods. Owners of cattle began to sell the skins of animals killed for meat, for the production of shoes. (Ammar Awad / Reuters)

Residents of the village was upset because he had lost car key flick for his damaged car in Dorohoi, Romania. As a result of heavy rains and flooding killed 16 people and thousands were forced to flee their homes. (Andrei Nacu / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Team «South Carolina Gamecocks» celebrates his victory with a score of 2-1 over the team «UCLA Bruins» in the championship among college in Omaha, Nebraska. (Christian Petersen / Getty Images)

Women waiting for the start of the procession in the church of San Pedro Sakatepekz, Guatemala. Ritual commemorates St. San Pedro - the patron saint of the city. (Rodrigo Abd / Associated Press)

Freshwater bird darter, diving for food, pierced fish. Photographed in Everglades National Park, near the Homstida, Florida. (J. Pat Carter / Associated Press)

Governor of New York David Paterson, officially recognized by the blind, sign veto on the state budget in Albany. Paterson vowed to veto the economic measures, saying that the state can not afford an unbalanced budget. With the global economic crisis requires the optimization of taxation and VAT. (Tim Roske / Associated Press)

French photographer Francois-Marie Banier (center) speaks to reporters at the courthouse in Paris. He is accused of illegally receiving gifts worth 1, 2 billion dollars from an elderly heiress L'Oreal Lillian Betancourt. Among the gifts - securities, cash, artwork and even the whole island in the Seychelles. The hearing was adjourned to consider the evidence. (Benoit Tessier / Reuters)

Spectators are trying to break through to a military parade in Kinshasa, Congo, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the independence of the Democratic Republic of the Congo from Belgium. Belgian King Albert II and Prime Minister Yves Laterme, as well as UN Secretary-General Ban Ku-moon attended the celebration. (Dai Kurokawa / European Pressphoto Agency)

Demonstrators shout after police used tear gas against them at the Capitol building in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Police blocked the entrance to the building to prevent the protests of students and other demonstrators protesting against the budget and policy urezok Governor Luis Fortuno. (Ricardo Arduengo / Associated Press)

Police takes demonstrators who occupied government buildings during a rally in Hong Kong. The demonstrators were protesting against the Reform Bill. (Tyrone Siu / Reuters)

President Barack Obama answers questions about the economy at an event in Racine, Wisconsin. (Charles Dharapak / Associated Press)

People watch as musicians descend on ropes from a crane during the official presentation of the teams riders in Rotterdam. Tour de France starts on Saturday. (Christophe Ena / Associated Press)

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Queen Elizabeth II watch performance artists in celebration of Canada Day on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. (Chris Wattie / Reuters)

Santa Catarina River overflowed its banks in Monterrey, Mexico, due to heavy rains after Hurricane Alex. Two people were killed. The strength of the hurricane weakened to a tropical storm, moving north-eastern part of Mexico. (Kristian Lopez / Reuters)

Players Team USA and Canada shake hands after the match of the FIFA World Softball Women in Caracas. Jennie Finch led a US team to victory with a score of 16 - 1. (Leonardo Ramirez / Associated Press)

Demonstrators pasting photos of missing people during a parade against the Army Day in Guatemala. According to the groups in the struggle for human rights, 98% of violence against the civilian population during the civil war in Guatemala have been committed by the military. (Rodrigo Abd / Associated Press)

Inspector USDA checks eggs at the farm of «Maine Contract Farming» in Turner, Maine. The company agreed last month to pay a fine of $ 25 000 and a one-time payment of $ 100,000 after allegations that it improperly fed birds. (Robert F. Bukaty / Associated Press)

Former football referee Pierluigi Collina on the stadium «Loftus Versfeld» in Pretoria before the quarter of the World Cup between the national teams of Brazil - Netherlands. (Stephanie de Sakutina / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

26-year-old Zach Evans browse the site Google Earth in search of a place of rest on vacation and came across this picture of the field near Püspökladány, Hungary. In the picture he saw the "face" of Jesus Christ. (GOOGLE)

Residents of Suining, surrounding Deying, China, trying to escape from the summer heat in a crowded pool. (REUTERS)

Football freestyler Iya Traore of Guinea stands with the ball in the gardens of the Basilica of Sacre Coeur in Montmartre, Paris. This weekend near Moscow, Zelenograd, and will host the football freestylers. (REUTERS)

Rare albino baboon was born in a Chinese zoo on 27 June. Now there are only three in the world, and two of them are in the zoo. (QUIRKY CHINA NEWS / REX FEATURES)

Member of the gay pride parade in London. (AP)

Activist participates in a gay parade in Caracas. (AFP / GETTY)

Animal rights lie in artificial blood and black paint in the form of a bull during a demonstration for an end to the fighting and running with the bulls, two days before the start of the famous festival in Pamplona. The annual week-long festival will begin on July 6 and the first running of the bulls is scheduled for July 7. (REUTERS)

Racer «Pons Kalex Moto2» Carmelo Morales from Spain moved out of the race on the last section of the Grand Prix in Montmelo, near Barcelona. Morales needed medical attention after the accident. (REUTERS)

Famous Joey Chestnut participate in the competition for eating hot dogs at Coney Island, New York. This year he again won by eating 54 hot dogs. (EPA)

President Barack Obama greets actor in the image of Uncle Sam during the celebration of Independence Day on the south lawn of the White House. (GETTY)

Tibetan woman boils water in the solar cooker in the temple samie in the Tibetan Autonomous Region Tsetang. Solar energy is focused and used to heat water. Such constructions are often used in this region. (REUTERS)

Spaniard Rafael Nadal celebrates his victory at Wimbledon, in the final he beat Czech Tomas Berdych. (REUTERS)

Queen Elizabeth II speaks with jockey before the start of the 51st race «Queen's Plate» in Toronto. (AP)

Amazing lightning in Denver. The couple Roger and Karin Hill loves to chase storms and hurricanes, and even managed to make this business: they arrange tourists' chase tornadoes. " (ROGER HILL / BARCROFT USA)

Children in costumes of the hero of the struggle for the independence of Venezuela Simon Bolivar (center) and his beloved Manuela Saenz (right) at a ceremony in her honor in Caracas. Venezuela celebrates Independence Day, remembering Manuela Saenz, who helped Bolivar free several South American nations from the reign of the Spanish colonies. She was buried next to the grave of his beloved in the National Pantheon. (AP Photo / Ariana Cubillos)

43-year-old Stefan Sidorovits floats on the Detroit River near Belle Isle, where the temperature rose to 30 degrees. (AP Photo / Detroit Free Press, Andre J. Jackson)

Silhouettes of storks in the nest at sunset, near the town of Chorzele, Poland. (AP Photo / Alik Keplicz)

Solar halo of a street lamp in Calcutta. Solar halo - is an atmospheric optical phenomenon that occurs as a result of the refraction of light by ice crystals in cirrus clouds at high altitude. (AP Photo / Bikas Das)

Official guest makes recording Flower Show in London. 21st flower exhibition "Hampton Court Palace" - the largest exhibition of garden plants in the UK (13 ha) - will last until July 11. (Photo by Oli Scarff / Getty Images)

Pakistani children go on a dead body little whale, beached in Karachi. (AP Photo / Shakil Adil)

Philippine Air Force sniper platoon marching in the parade in honor of the new President Benigno Aquino III, also in honor of the 63th anniversary of the airbase "Villamora", in a suburb of Pasay City, south of Manila. (AP Photo / Bullit Marquez)

Brothers 10-year-old Mohammed (left) and 3-year-old Joseph Othman trying to freshen up in the fountains in the square Dundas in Toronto. (AP Photo / The Canadian Press, Darren Calabrese)

Police pulls supporters of the Communist Party of India during a protest in New Delhi. Traffic was halted, and many businesses have closed due to the strike against rising fuel prices, organized by the main opposition party. (AP Photo / Mustafa Quraishi)

Once on the river in the district Sitalakkha Narayanganj, 16 kilometers east of Dhaka, collided and overturned ferry and barge, here are the fishing boats have become a popular means of transportation. (AP Photo / Pavel Rahman)

Workers clean algae from the beach Dzhinskhatan in Qingdao, Shandong Province. (AP Photo)

Taiwanese skimmer called "Kit" (left) to test for its "petroleum-collecting" ability in the Gulf of Mexico. Company «TMT», which owns the ship, hoping to check the oil system barriers to send large volumes of contaminated water in the 12 valves, or "jaws", with which the ship absorbs water. However, the bad weather in the form of strong winds and big waves prevented smaller vessels operate along the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. (AP Photo / US Coast Guard, Petty Officer 1st Class Matthew Belson)

Father and son jumping into the river in Liuzhou, Guangxi Province. (Yan Huang / ChinaFotoPress / ZUMA Press)

Afghans collect fuel from the tanker, a bullet during an attack on a NATO convoy in the province Baghlan.Dlya further evacuation was necessary rent Loader loader. (Associated Press)

A police officer stopped a fisherman in Rothbury, where authorities closed the area because of the search for Raoul Moat Thomas, a suspect in a shooting that killed one person and one policeman was wounded. (Scott Heppell / Associated Press)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (right) arrives at the White House for a meeting with Barack Obama. The two leaders met to smooth relations, saying that all the talk about the differences of opinion are unfounded. Obama called the US-Israel alliance "indissoluble". (Mark Wilson / Getty Images)

Skimbordery look at oil boom Orange Beach, Alabama. Attempts to eliminate oil were suspended due to bad weather and high waves. (Dave Martin / Associated Press)

Alex Mupondi dries dollars in Harare, Zimbabwe. Locals say that often the bills get them too dirty. The Government of Zimbabwe has announced a US dollar legal tender last year. (Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi / Associated Press)

Leading news rehearses on TV «Tolo TV», which is owned by media tycoon Saad Mohseni, in Kabul. Mohseni has launched the country's first non-stop news channel and expects about one million viewers. (Ahmad Masood / Reuters)

Work disinfects office in Mumbai. With the onset of the rainy season in the hospitals there were cases of malaria caused by mosquitoes. (Rajanish Kakade / Associated Press)

Girl standing at the school in the slums of Mukuru Kwa Nyangyud in Nairobi. In the report of the organization "Amnesty International" said that the Government of Kenya failed to unite the slums, and the problem of violence against women remained. (Tony Karumba / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

Shiite women cry, photographing coffin Sayyid Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah in Beirut. Tens of thousands of people came to see the spiritual leader of his last journey. He died at age 75 after a long illness. (Hussein Malla / Associated Press)

Man jumps from garbage can into the crowd at the festival of San Fermin in Pamplona. The festival, most known for his runs with the bulls, kicked off yesterday and will be held until July 24. (Vincent West / Reuters)

Private William Molina is resting in a military vehicle during combat operations in Afghanistan. His squad is looking for improvised explosive devices using specialized equipment. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

A man cleans jeans at a garment factory in Katunayke, Sri Lanka. The European Union plans to strike Sri Lanka from the trading scheme, which offers tariff cuts for developing countries. (Dinuka Liyanawatte / Reuters)

A man walks down the hall in Essen, which stores tables and benches designed for the "longest table in Europe", which is part of the EU program "Cultural Capital of Europe". (DPA / ZUMA Press)

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Rome, demanding help from the government for the reconstruction of the city of L'Aquila and other parts of Italy affected by the earthquake in April 2009. (Roberto Monaldo / LaPresse / ZUMA Press)

Bull jumping through participants in the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. As a result, the famous race with the bulls at the 18-year-old Australian was crushed spine, he was hospitalized in serious condition. Another 20-year-old festival participant will receive a serious eye injury. (Joseba Etxaburu / Reuters)

Firefighters on a minute of silence at Tavistock Square in London to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on three subway stations, which killed 52 people. (Toby Melville / Reuters)

Villagers go through a flooded street in Punjab. The main river channels and adjacent overflowed, and the authorities were forced to warn residents about the dangers of traveling to New Delhi on Highway National Highway 1. (European Pressphoto Agency)

People pray near the Shrine of Sayyida Zeinab, granddaughter of the Prophet Muhammad, during the celebration of her birthday in Cairo. (Suhaib Salem / Reuters)

A passenger asks an employee w / railway station on the status of flights to Amritsar. A few w / d rails were canceled due to heavy rains in Punjab and Haryana. (Raminder Pal Singh / European Pressphoto Agency)

Fire helps to extinguish the fire at the plant for the production of foam in the Polish city Veltyn. (Jerzy Undro / European Pressphoto Agency)

Tourist Debbie Rich hiding from the sun in the shadow of World War II Memorial in Washington. On the US East Coast heat wave struck, and the temperature in some regions rose past the mark of 37 degrees. (Larry Downing / Reuters)

Sign stands in the water among the strong winds and waves, because of which were postponed operation of water purification from oil to Port Furshon, Louisiana. (Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

People go in the rain in Karachi. As a result of rains, which usually falls in Pakistan for the period from the beginning of July to September, has already killed 10 people. (Asif Hassan / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images)

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