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Today in Pictures: July 5
Eid al-Fitr train rush in Bangladesh, Obama supports Hillary and more of the best pictures of the day.
A police officer stands among Russian Muslims praying outside the central mosque in Moscow during celebrations of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
President Barack Obama joins Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as they wave to the crowd during a Clinton campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A Yemeni boy plays with fireworks as he celebrates the upcoming Eid al-Fitr festival, in Sanaa.
Demonstrators clash with riot policemen during an unauthorized march called by the Chilean student federations to protest against the government's education reform, in Santiago, Chile.
Visitors gather outside Ark Encounter, a $100 million, 510-foot-long re-creation of Noah's Ark in Williamstown, Kentucky. It is the brainchild of Australian-born creationist Ken Ham.
Thai Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel inspect the site of a bomb attack where police officers were injured, at Nong Chik district in the troubled southern province of Pattani.
People for the ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA) activists hold buckets of fake blood with a slogan reading: 'San Fermin is Blood bath' during a protest at the City Hall Square in Pamplona, Spain. The action took place on the eve of the traditional San Fermines festival to protest against the cruelty against bulls.
Indian villagers paddle a boat along a submerged road in the flood affected Ashighar village in the northeastern state of Assam.
People climb aboard an overcrowded passenger train as they travel home to celebrate Eid al-Fitr at a railway station in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A swollen Liujiang River flows in Guangxi, China. Flooding in China's Yangtze river basin has left 112 people dead or missing in recent days. More damage is feared as a typhoon is expected to land within days.
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