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Joshua Wong speaks to protesters outside police headquarters in Hong Kong on June 21.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre appears on Tuesday outside a Manhattan court where sexual assault victims addressed the media concerning allegations against the late Jeffrey Epstein.
The Australian government said on Tuesday that it was "very concerned and disappointed" that Yang Hengjun, shown with wife Yuan Xiaoliang, had been formally arrested in China on suspicion of espionage.
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Moacir Cordeiro, who works in a local cattle farm, looks on after digging grooves with a tractor in an attempt to stave off fires in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on Sunday.
Police pull out their guns after a confrontation with demonstrators during a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday. One officer fired a warning shot in the air — the first such incident in 11 weeks of protests.
A water sample taken from the Mediterranean Sea as part of a scientific study about microplastics damaging marine ecosystems on the French Riviera in 2018. In a new study, the WHO says that microplastics are "ubiquitous."