Today in Pictures: July 11
Portugal's soccer heroes return home, the next British prime minister steps out and more of Monday's best pictures.
Dressed in a police uniform, Hudson Donaldson. 4, of McKinney, Texas, visits the memorial to the five slain Dallas police officers in front of the Dallas Police Department headquarters on July 11. Five officers died after an ambush assault by a gunman during a protest on July 7.
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Satoshi Kodaira of Japan hits a shot during a practice round ahead of the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon on July 11 in Troon, Scotland.
Revelers run in front of fighting bulls as they turn the Estafeta corner during the fifth running of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, on July 11. Revelers from around the world flock to Pamplona every year to take part in the eight-day festival made famous by Ernest Hemingway's 1920 novel "The Sun Also Rises."
Demonstrators march to protest recent shootings of black men by police and urge reforms in front of City Hall in Philadelphia on July 11. It was one of six protests around the nation planned by a group called Showing Up for Racial Justice.
A Bosnian Muslim woman, a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, mourns near graves of her relatives at the memorial cemetery in the village of Potocari, near Srebrenica, on July 11. The bodies of 127 victims of the massacre, the latest to be identified of over 8,000 who died, will be buried at the memorial site in Srebrenica on July 11, on the 21st anniversary of the mass killing.
A Loyalist poses as he makes final preparations for a huge bonfire on the Ballymacash estate on July 11 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The lighting of the bonfires at midnight marks the start of the annual twelfth of July celebrations within the Protestant community. The Orange marches and demonstrations celebrate the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 when the Protestant King William of Orange defeated the Catholic King James II on the banks of the river Boyne.
Portugal national soccer team supporters wave flags and scarfs as the Portuguese team parades through Lisbon on July 11. The Portugal team won the UEFA Euro 2016 final against France 1-0 to win the title for first time on Sunday.
Three-year-old Matthew Ziehler of Centerville, Ohio, places flowers in front of a tombstone at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. About 400 volunteers participated in the 20th annual Renewal & Remembrance event during a day of service to care for the lawn and landscape of the cemetery.
British Home Secretary Theresa May, the United Kingdom's next prime minister, waves as she stands with her husband Philip John May after Andrea Leadsom pulled out of the contest to become Conservative Party leader outside the Houses of Parliament on July 11. Theresa May will become the new prime minister on Wednesday evening after David Cameron visits the Queen to officially resign his position.
Andy Murray of Great Britain revisits center court as he kisses the trophy at Wimbledon on July 11. Dulling big serves with quick-reflex returns, conjuring up daring passing shots and playing impressively mistake-free tennis all the while, Murray beat Milos Raonic 6-4, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (2) on Sunday for his second trophy at the All England Club and third Grand Slam title overall.
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