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PHOTO GALLERY: 24 hours around the world

Puerto Rico
Demonstrators clash with the police during a protest calling for the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rossello in San Juan (Reuters)
Clyde Lewis of Australia competes.
Vietnamese boys jump into the water to cool off in Hung Yen province (Reuters)
The site of a fire at a private children's tent camp in the Khabarovsk region. - Three children died and another one was fighting for his life after a fire ripped through a summer camp in the Russian far east, authorities said on July 23, 2019. (AFP)
Flood-affected farmers process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh (Reuters)
People interact with one of the pieces on display at an exhibition by Argentina artist Leandro Erlich entitled "The Confines of the Great Void" at the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing (AFP)
A firefitgher holds a hose while fighting a wildfire in the village of Casais de Sao Bento in Macao in central Portugal Huge wildfires that have ravaged the mountainous Castelo Branco region of central Portugal and left dozens injured have been "90 percent" controlled, firefighters said, but warned that strong winds could cause the flames to spread. (AFP)
An aerial view shows a tractor working in a field (AFP)
northern Europe
Young men dive into the Canal du Midi at the Port du Segala in Labastide d'Anjou on July 23, 2019 as a new heatwave blasted into northern Europe that could set records in several countries. - The new heatwave in northern Europe follows a three-day temperature peak from June 26-28 in France, which was four degrees Celsius (7.2 Farenheit) hotter than an equally rare June heatwave would have been in 1900, the World Weather Attribution (WWA) team said this month. (AFP)
The sun rises as a house, burnt down from a wildfire that killed 102 people in 2018, is seen in the village of Mati, near Athens, Greece, July 23, 2019. (Reuters)
A man in fancy dress wearing a mask of Boris Johnson with an anti-Johnson placard is seen outside the Houses of Parliament in London on July 23, 2019. - Boris Johnson won the race to become Britain's next prime minister on Tuesday, heading straight into a confrontation over Brexit with Brussels and parliament, as well as a tense diplomatic standoff with Iran. (AFP)

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