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Tuesday July 7, Our World In Pictures

July 7, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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VIRGINIA — Niece Gifted for Uncle’s Sacrifice: Kathleen Baker, niece of Army Sgt. Joseph M. Snock, is presented with the flag by U.S. Army Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Callaghan-McCann during a burial service at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday. Snock of Apollo, Pennsylvania, was wounded and taken captive during the Korean War; later, government scientists identified his remains.

GERMANY — Bears Splash in Pool: Two Kamchatka brown bears enjoy a bath in the cool water during hot and sunny weather with temperatures up to 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit) at the zoo in Gelsenkirchen on Tuesday.

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SPAIN — Streets Flood with San Fermin Participants: People watch as Jandilla fighting bulls, men and women push their way through the streets during the running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival, in Pamplona, on Tuesday. Revelers from around the world arrive every year to take part in the eight day-long festival.

MONTANA — Train Cars Overturned During Storm: More than 10 empty BNSF Railway cars lie on the ground after they were blown on their sides south of Havre, during a strong storm that moved across the northern part of the state on Saturday. Straight-line winds blew at speeds of up to 90 mph and hail as large as ping pong balls fell on Saturday night, uprooting trees, flattening crops, damaging buildings and breaking windows, the National Weather Service said.

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