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Editor's choice

Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

Best of Wimbledon

Highlights from the Wimbledon Championships in London.

High heel race

Runners strap on their high heels for a race during Gay Pride celebrations in Madrid.

Driverless cars

Inside the technology and testing of self-driving cars.

Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

Running the Palio di Siena

Since the mid-1600s, 10 riders have hurtled bareback around Siena, Italy's shell-shaped central square in a desperate bid to win the Palio, a silk banner depicting the Madonna and child.

Brexit Boris

Boris Johnson, the runaway favorite to succeed David Cameron, says he will not run for Prime Minister.

The Battle of the Somme

A century has passed since the start of the largest and bloodiest battle of the First World War.

Editor's choice

Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

Adios, Three Amigos

President Barack Obama attends his last summit with the leaders of Canada and Mexico.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Fishing with fire

Under the darkness of the night sky, a small group of Taiwan fishermen set sail off the northeast coast, light a fire on the end of a bamboo stick using chemicals and wait for the fish to come.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi

Going to school in Syria

More than five years of war has displaced millions of Syrian children and limited their access to education.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Mike Segar

Mass graves in the heart of New York

Accessible only by boat, about 1 million people have been interred on Hart Island. Another 1,000 coffins are buried there each year.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

After attacks, Tunisia's tourism struggles

A year after 39 mostly British holidaymakers were gunned down on a beach in Sousse, Tunisia's tourist industry is still struggling to recover from the attack and an earlier Islamic State raid on a museum in Tunis.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Inside the U.S. Supreme Court

Laboring in a white marble building insulated from the sounds of any protesters outside, the Supreme Court clings to its own steady rhythms regardless of the politics of the day and changes in its own ranks.  Full Coverage