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Today in Pictures: July 21
Israelis celebrate the LGBTQ community, Indonesians worship at an active volcano and more images from around the world.
SoftBank's humanoid robot, Pepper, is seen on display during 'Pepper World 2016' in Tokyo, Japan. The event showcases SoftBank Group Corp's Pepper robot used in a variety of different business fields such as healthcare, technology, education and retail.
A Hindu devotee of the Tengger tribe prays during the Yadnya Kasada Festival, on the crater of Mount Bromo in Probolinggo. During the annual Yadnya Kasada Festival, the Tenggerese climb Mount Bromo, an active volcano, and seek blessings from the main deity Hyang Widi Wasa by presenting offerings of rice, fruit, livestock and other local produce.
Children play in a water fall at the Crown Fountain in Chicago's Millennium Park, seeking temporary relief from the Midwest's excessive heat.
Women take part in the annual gay pride parade in central Jerusalem. Thousands of people waving rainbow flags marched through downtown Jerusalem during the city's annual gay pride parade in a defiant show of force a year after an extremist ultra-Orthodox Jew stabbed a 16-year-old girl to death at the march.
Indian Pnar or Jaintia tribesmen dance in muddy waters during Behdienkhlam Festival celebrations at Tuber village, in the northeastern state of Meghalaya. Behdienkhlam is a traditional festival of the Pnars celebrated after sowing is done, seeking a good harvest and to drive away plague and diseases. Young men symbolically drive away evil spirits by beating the roof of every house with bamboo poles.
Pro-government supporters, waving Turkish flags protest on the road leading to Istanbul's iconic Bosporus Bridge, Thursday, July 21, 2016. Turkish lawmakers approved a three-month state of emergency, endorsing new powers for Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that would allow him to expand a crackdown that has already included mass arrests and the closure of hundreds of schools, in the wake of the July 15 failed coup. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
A flock of sheep herd together amid the vastness of the Inner Mongolia's Gobi Desert.