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Britain's Andy Murray returns the ball during practice at #Wimbledon in #London. The Wimbledon tennis championships begins on Monday. Photo: Toby Melville/REUTERS #Tennis #Sport #AndyMurray
A woman leaves a croissant next to a sleeping man who lives on the streets of #Athens. Greeks have been withdrawing their money from the country’s banks this week, fearing the imposition of restrictions on banking transactions. An estimated 4 billion euros was withdrawn from Greek banks. #Greece #Eu
Today's annual #Pride parade in London is one of the world's biggest #LGBT celebrations as thousands of people take part and attend performances at various locations across the city. #Pride2015 #London #MarriageEquality Photo: Rob Stothard/Getty Images
Florence Welch of Florence And The Machine headlines the Pyramid stage at the #Glastonbury Festival on June 26, 2015 in Glastonbury, England. The music festival finishes Sunday night. Photo by Tabatha Fireman, Redferns via Getty Images. #Glasto #FlorenceWelch
Cherilyn Wilson and Chelsea Kane display their fists, with the message “love wins”, as they pose at a #MarriageEquality celebration rally in West Hollywood, California #LGBT #Pride2015 #Love #SCOTUSMarriage Photograph: Lucy Nicholson, Reuters
Suggestions by climate campaigners that the reservoir of fossil fuel in Guanabara is a “carbon bomb” that should be left in the ground, are dismissed by some as hypocrisy. “The big countries of the world today developed without any concern for the environment. The base of US development was the oil
Alexandre Anderson, a local fisherman, vows to fight against the threat of oil in Guanabara. But the odds are stacked against him. Far more than BP in Britain or Exxon in the US, Petrobras stirs up nationalist passions in Brazil. Established in 1953 by president Getúlio Vargas, it has been at the f

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