Samsung C&T Corp., Head Office in Seoul, South Korea
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Employees walk by a logo of Samsung C&T Corp., at its head office in Seoul, South Korea. Samsung shareholders approved a highly contested deal that strengthens the Samsung family’s grip on the world’s largest smartphone maker. Samsung construction company Samsung C&T said that 69.5 percent of shareholders who voted supported the takeover of it by another Samsung company, Cheil Industries.
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End Of Fasting Month Of Ramadan In Eid Gah Mosque In Kabul, Afghanistan
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Afghan men leave after Eid Al-Fitr prayers in Eid Gah mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan. Eid al-Fitr prayer marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
First Day Of The Second Ashes Test Match Between England And Australia
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Australia's Chris Rogers, right, celebrates scoring a century with fellow centurion Steven Smith on the first day of the second Ashes Test match between England and Australia, at Lord's cricket ground in London.
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Pluto's Largest Moon Charon
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Pluto's largest moon Charon, left, with a captivating feature, a depression with a peak in the middle, shown in the upper left corner of the inset image at right.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Memorial Ceremony
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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott stands in silence after he laid a wreath for the Australian victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 at a ceremony unveiling a memorial outside Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. Tearful relatives of several Australians who were flying on the Malaysian jetliner that was shot down over eastern Ukraine a year ago gathered for a memorial service that included the unveiling of a plaque set in soil from the place where they died.
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Waves Crash Against Katsurahama In Kochi
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Waves crash against Katsurahama in Kochi on the island of Shikoku, western Japan, as a strong tropical storm sweeps across western Japan. Tropical Storm Nangka caused serious flooding and disrupted air and train travel as it crossed the island of Shikoku and the main Japanese island of Honshu.
Construction Site Of The Stadium For The 2018 World Cup In Russia
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The construction site of the stadium for the 2018 World Cup in Samara, Russia. Russia will host the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in 2018.
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Illegal Migrants Walk On Road In Border Town Of Southern Hungary
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Illegal migrants walk on a road in border town Asotthalom, Southern Hungary. So far this year 81,333 people were apprehended after crossing the border illegally, and over 80,000 of them had entered Hungary from Serbia.
Monsoon Season Has Begun In Nepal
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A Ferris wheel is seen as monsoon clouds cover the sky in Kirtipur, the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal. Monsoon season has begun in the country with heavy rainfall.
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