Secretary of State John Kerry visits Iraq, Feast Day celebrated in the Philippines, Egyptian court's ruling to jail journalists protested and more.
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BBC staff and colleagues from other news organizations take part in a one-minute silent protest Tuesday in London against the seven-year jail terms given to three al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt. A court in Cairo found Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed, Australian correspondent Peter Greste, and Cairo bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy, a Canadian-Egyptian, guilty of spreading false news.
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Queen Elizabeth II visits the throne room at the set of HBO's "Game of Thrones" on Tuesday in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Chief
Executive Director Mamoru Mohri hands a female-announcer robot called Otonaroid a letter of appointment to assign as a guide at the museum. A girl robot called Kodomoroid, second left, looks on during a press event Tuesday at the Tokyo museum.
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Kurdish officials greet Secretary of State John Kerry, left, upon his arrival Tuesday in Irbil, Iraq.
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President Barack Obama mimics someone handing him a baby as he speaks at The White House Summit on Working Families Monday in Washington.
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A resident with his face covered in mud and concealed in dried Banana leaves makes the rounds of houses to beg for candles prior to attending a mass to celebrate the Feast Day of St. John the Baptist on Tuesday at the village of Bibiclat in the northern Philippines.
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Rebekah Brooks, former News International chief executive, accompanied by her husband Charlie Brooks, leaves the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday in London after being acquitted of charges that she illegally intercepted communications, bribed officials and obstructed police. Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was convicted of phone hacking.
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Rafael Nadal of Spain plays a forehand during a first-round match against Martin Klizan of Slovakia at the Wimbledon tennis tournament on Tuesday at at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London.
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A military doctor examines a man at the main army recruiting center as he volunteers for military service Tuesday in Baghdad after authorities urged Iraqis to help battle insurgents.
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A Marine Corp carry team moves a coffin containing the remains of Marine Lance Cpl. Brandon J. Garabrant, 19, of Peterborough, N.H., on Monday at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Garabrant was killed June 20 by a roadside bomb while conducting combat operations in the Helmand province of Afghanistan, according to the Department of Defense.