1. Picture of the day

    Respects paid to Malaysian MH17 crash victims

    The remains of a Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 victim are carried during a repatriation ceremony at the Bunga Raya complex of KLIA airport in Sepang, Malaysia. 

    REUTERS/Olivia Harris

     
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    #EuronewsVineOfTheDay: Giant rubber ducky has #LA feeling lucky #nocomment #california #euronews

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  3. Protesters raise Ukrainian flag over Russian skyscraper

    A man takes a “selfie” as he stands with a Ukrainian flag on a Soviet-style star re-touched with blue paint so it resembles the yellow-and-blue national colours of Ukraine, atop the spire of a building in Moscow. Russian police said on Wednesday they had charged four young people with vandalism after they climbed to the top of a Moscow skyscraper and briefly attached a Ukrainian flag to its spire.

     REUTERS/Ilya Varlamov

     
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    #EuronewsVineOfTheDay - 117 years ago scientist Sir Ronald Ross made the discovery of how mosquitos transmit #malaria parasites to humans

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  5. Picture of the day: Big Ben gets a big clean

    Cleaners abseil down one of the faces of Big Ben, to clean and polish the clock face, above the Houses of Parliament, in central London. A week has been set aside for the cleaning of what is officially known as the Great Clock, which is set in the Elizabeth Tower. 

    Picture credit: Reuters/Toby Melville

     
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    Raging wildfire threatens #California. #nocomment #euronews

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    #EuronewsVineOfTheDay : The delicacy of eating insects in #Japan. #nocomment #euronews #food #insect

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    #EuronewsVineOfTheDay : UN helps couples wed in war battered #Gaza. #nocomment #euronews #wedding

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  9. Flaming bull at Ecuadorian festival

    A bull with its horns set on fire is seen during the El Novillo de Bombas festival in Mira, north of Quito. Thousands of residents in Mira participate in the yearly event which originated from Spain many centuries ago. The controversial festival has caused concern among animal rights activists. Different religious celebrations also take place during the festival. 

    REUTERS/Guillermo Granja

     
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    #nocomment : United Nations helps couples wed in war battered Gaza