Today in Pictures: June 28
Michael Phelps competes for a spot on the U.S. Olympic swim team, French police brace for protesters and more.
An injured woman covers her face as she is carried by paramedics into an ambulance at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkey, following a suicide bombing.
A man passes through the cube-shaped office building in the Shimbashi district of Tokyo, Japan. Shimbashi is one of the largest commercial districts in Japan's capital city.
A man kisses a statue of soccer star Lionel Messi shortly after it was unveiled in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Fans, players, and even Argentina's President Mauricio Macri have asked Messi to reconsider his decision to resign from the national team after losing the Copa America final to Chile.
French riot police stand in front of shops during a demonstration against controversial labor reforms in Paris. Unions have called repeated strikes and marches in opposition to the law, which seeks to bring down France's intractable 10-percent unemployment rate by making it easier to hire and fire workers.
Afghan boys play on a swing prior to Iftar, the time to break fast. during the Islamic month of Ramadan in Kabul.
Michael Phelps swims in the men's 200-meter butterfly preliminaries at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in Omaha, Neb.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets workers at Galvanize, a work space for technology companies, in Denver.
A Syrian girl leaves the late night prayer as men pray during the holy month of Ramadan in Teshreen neighborhood, Damascus, Syria.