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Thursday July 16, Our World In Pictures

July 16, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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NEW JERSEY — Boys Compete in Sandcastle Contest: Logan Dennison, 13, right, and Vincent Impresa, 12, dig sand on the beach in the rain as they work on a sandcastle during the “NJ Sandcastle Contest,” in Belmar on Wednesday. After nearby lightning struck during a steady rain, the beach patrol stopped the competition and asked everyone to leave.

FLORIDA — Young Girl Volunteers at Library Event: Sienna Michie, 3, volunteers to be the toad during a story portion as Karen Climer, 38, left in purple, narrates the children’s book “Little Blue Truck” during a 45-minute routine on Wednesday at the Bonita Springs Public Library. Dozens of children came out to see Climer “The Balloon Twister” storyteller and entertainer.

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BANGLADESH — People Flood onto Trains: Muslims try to climb onto the roof of an overcrowded train as they head to their homes ahead of Eid al-Fitr at a railway station in Dhaka on Thursday. Hundreds of thousands of people working in the city plan to leave for their home towns to celebrate the upcoming holiday with their family.

LOS ANGELES — Soccer Team Wins ESPY: Members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team celebrate on stage after accepting the best team award at the ESPY Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Wednesday.


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