Today in Pictures: Aug 31
A Panamanian boxer celebrates his win in Japan, protests continue Kashmir and more images from around the world.
Portugues national soccer team player, Nani with the Euro2016 trophy, leads the team before honor ceremony for the Portuguese national soccer team at Porto City Hall, Portugal, Aug. 31.
Brazil's Paralympic swimmer Daniel Dias stretches during a training session at an indoor swimming pool in Braganca Paulista, Sao Paulo state.
Luis Concepcion of Panama celebrates his win against Kohei Kono of Japan after the World Boxing Association's super-flyweight fight in Tokyo.
Kashmiri Muslim protesters shout slogans as a tear smoke shells explodes near them during clashes between police and protesters in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir. Indian police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse Kashmiri Muslims protesting after a young man identified as Danish Manzoor, 28, was killed when government forces reportedly opened fire at protesters in Nadihal village of Rafiabad in northern Kashmir's Baramulla district.
A royal supporter hangs a tribute to Princess Diana on a gate to Kensington Palace in London. Flowers, flags and tributes were laid at the gate of Diana's former home to mark the 19th anniversary of her death.
Kashi, a 2-year-old male Sumatran tiger of the Rome zoo, receives tooth surgery in the zoo's Veterinary Clinic in Rome. Kashi, who suffers from pulp infection following the cracking of a canine tooth, received root canal therapy by dental surgeon Francesco Talini and his team.
Students wave the Malaysian flag during the 59th National Day celebrations at the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia gained its independence on Aug. 31, 1957.
A man steers a wooden boat through dead fish in a breeding pond at the Maninjau Lake in Indonesia. Thousands of fish at the fish farm died suddenly due to lack of oxygen caused by a sudden change in water conditions.
A boy looks out from a window of his home in the border town of Jarablus, Syria. Turkish troops and Turkey-backed rebels have been fighting Kurdish-led forces and ISIS since Turkey's incursion into Syria on Aug. 24. with the swift capture of Jarablus, a town a few miles inside Syria that was held by the Islamic State.