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29/05/2015 - People visit the main chamber of Gaping Gill, the largest underground cavern in Britain that is naturally open to the surface, near Ingleton

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29/05/2015 - A brown bear eats a watermelon inside a pool at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo as temperatures in Israel reached 44 degrees Celsius

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29/05/2015 - A flash of lightning during a thunderstorm at night over the city of Cali, Colombia

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29/05/2015 - FIFA President Sepp Blatter delivers a speech during the opening ceremony of the FIFA Congress in Zurich

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29/05/2015 - Katharine Wang of Morristown, New Jersey reacts after hearing her word during the semifinal round of the 88th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor

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29/05/2015 - A refugee boy from Yemen on a boat arriving in Djibouti, the only neighboring country that accepts refugees

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29/05/2015 - Riot police arrest a student during a demonstration demanding the government improve the quality of public education, in Santiago

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29/05/2015 - A demonstrator disguised as FIFA President Sepp Blatter takes part in a protest against the condition of workers in Qatar, on the sidelines of the FIFA Congress in Zurich

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29/05/2015 - A young Indian child pours water on himself as he attempts to cool himself off in New Delhi

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29/05/2015 - Serena Williams celebrates after winning her match against Anna-Lena Friedsam during the women's second round of the French Open in Paris

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