Today in Pictures: July 23

The Eiffel tower lights up for Germany, Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine make it official and more of Saturday's best news photos.

Movistar Team rider Jon Izaguirre Insausti of Spain crosses the finish line to win Stage 20, from Megeve to Morzine, of the Tour de France. JEAN-PAUL PELISSIER / Reuters

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is illuminated in the national colors of Germany to pay tribute to the victims of the Munich shooting attack the day before.

There were "no indications" that the teenage gunman who killed nine people and then himself at a mall in the German city of Munich had links to ISIS or any other terror group, police said Saturday.


People sunbathe during a heat wave in New York City. On Saturday, a "heat dome" -- a ridge of high pressure that traps hot air for an extended period of time -- had 110 million Americans under heat advisories.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton introduces her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, during a campaign event at Florida International University in Miami. RHONA WISE / EPA

Kashmiri demonstrators shout anti-Indian slogans during a protest in Srinagar, Indian-controlled Kashmir. India's Home Minister arrived in Kashmir on Saturday to review the tense situation following the killing of a top rebel leader. Clashes with government forces have persisted despite a strict curfew.

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A boy sits in a state of shock near the scene of a suicide bomb attack that targeted a protest march by members of the Hazara minority in Kabul, Afghanistan. At least 80 people were killed. It was not immediately clear who was behind the attack. The Taliban denied responsibility.

PHOTOS: Deadly Blasts Target Kabul Protest March


Flowers and candles lie in front Olympia shopping center on July 23, the day after it was the scene of a shooting spree in Munich. According to authorities, 10 people died, including the suspect, and 16 were hospitalized.

PHOTOS: Manhunt Shuts Down Munich After Shootings


A woman mourns the loss of her husband, next to a sign which reads "I'm a pusher," after he was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in Manila on July 23.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte swept to power in May on a promise to clampdown on drugs, and police have since confirmed killing nearly 200 people in a two-month crime blitz. There has also been a surge in killings by anti-drug vigilantes who leave victims' corpses on city streets wrapped in packaging tape with signs accusing them of being drug dealers.

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A large plume of smoke from a wildfire rises near Highway 1, south of Carmel, California, on July 22.

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