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PHOTO GALLERY: 24 hours around the world

Ivory Coast
Soldiers of the Ivorian Republican Guard parade as they take part in the celebrations marking Ivory Coast's independence from France, on August 7, 2019 in Abidjan. (AFP)
Hurghada, Egypt
A diver feeds sharks and fish during a show for visitors at the Hurghada Grand Aquarium "Red Sea in Glass" during summer holidays in Hurghada, Egypt (Reuters)
Pilots fly their paragliders during 16th FAI Paragliding World Championship in Krusevo, North Macedonia (Reuters)
Pilots fly their paragliders during 16th FAI Paragliding World Championship in Krusevo, North Macedonia (Reuters)
A heavy rain shower falls on Gendarmenmarkt square with the Konzerthaus (C, Berlin concert hall), the Deutscher Dom (L, German Church) and the Franzoesischer Dom (R, French Church) on August 7, 2019 in Berlin. (AFP)
Sri Lanka
A baby elephant is seen next to an adult elephant at Kaudulla national park in Habarana, Sri Lanka (Reuters)
People hug at the makeshift memorial for victims of the shooting that left a total of 22 people dead at the Cielo Vista Mall Walmart, in El Paso, Texas (AFP)
A general view of the historic Wallace Monument is pictured near Stirling, central Scotland (AFP)
Ulysses Watko, 7, visiting from Portland, OR, plays amid The Breadline sculpture at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, U.S. (Reuters)
A photo shows people on a bridge at the foot of a waterfall in the town of Hellesylt, Norway. (AP)
Saudi Arabia
Mulism pilgrims circumambulate around the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia's holy city of Mecca on August 7, 2019, prior to the start of the annual Hajj pilgrimage in the holy city. - Muslims from across the world gather in Mecca in Saudi Arabia for the annual six-day pilgrimage, one of the five pillars of Islam, an act all Muslims must perform at least once in their lifetime if they have the means to travel to Saudi Arabia. (AFP)

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