Today in Pictures: July 9

Serena Williams wins Wimbledon, men race for brides and more of the best pictures of the day.

Serena Williams celebrates winning the first set against Germany's Angelique Kerber during the women's singles final in Wimbledon, London, on July 9, 2016.

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Nude models prepare to pose for U.S. artist Spencer Tunick, for a project titled "Sea of Hull" in Hull city center, northern England. ANDREW YATES / Reuters
Notes, flowers and other items decorate a squad car at a make-shift memorial in front of the Dallas police department. Eric Gay / AP
A Filipino villager carries a bicycle as he crosses a river in Las pinas city, south of Manila. According to National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) executive director Ricardo Jalad, there were no immediate reports of any casualties, but the bad weather caused power interruptions, suspension of classes and work, some flooding and flight cancellations as Typhoon Nepartak exited the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR). FRANCIS R. MALASIG / EPA
Rev. Jarrett Maupin, second from right, stands his ground as a Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump supporter, center, tries to interrupt marchers, as they take to the streets to protest against the recent fatal shootings of black men by police. Ross D. Franklin / AP
President Barack Obama pauses while speaking about the events in Dallas at the beginning of his news conference in Warsaw, Poland. Susan Walsh / AP
Two participants kiss during a Holi Party before the Gay Pride Parade in Barcelona. LLUIS GENE / AFP - Getty Images
Jose Escolar Gil fighting bulls fall on top of each other during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, northern Spain. ELOY ALONSO / Reuters
Participants on camels during the infamous Honeymoon Cup, where riders have to stop half way during a race and capture a bride, drag her on top of their beast and ride into the sunset at Blatherskite Park, Australia. STEVE STRIKE / EPA

Bosnian Muslims carry one of 127 coffins with identified victims of the Srebrenica massacre inside a memorial center of Potocari near Srebrenica, Bosnia, prior to their burial scheduled for Monday. Thousands of Bosnians raised their hands in prayer as a truck bearing 127 coffins passed through the capital on its way to Srebrenica, where the newly identified victims of Europe's worst massacre since World War II will be buried on the 21th anniversary of the crime.

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