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12 awesome photos that will leave you stunned

July 06, 2015 08:04 IST

Top moments from around the world in the week that was.

Actress Bai Ling poses for a picture in front of St. Basil's Cathedral at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, July 1, 2015. Photograph: Ivan Burnyashev/Reuters

A pensioner is helped by a bank manager after collapsing while waiting along with dozens of other pensioners outside a National Bank in Athens, Greece. A limited number of banks opened specially to pay out retirement benefits have become a powerful symbol of the misery facing Greece and the problems mounting for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Photograph: Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

Carlotta Gurl, a drag performer from Vancouver, British Columbia, celebrates in a wedding dress outside the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighbourhood of New York, following the announcement that the US Supreme Court had ruled that the US Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry in a historic triumph for the American gay rights movement. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

A woman dances in a cloud of bubbles while marching in a gay pride parade in San Francisco, California. Photograph: Elijah Nouvelage/Reuters

Women pray near bouquets of flowers laid on the beach of the Imperial Marhaba resort, which was attacked by a gunman, in Sousse, Tunisia. Hundreds of armed police patrolled the streets of Tunisia’s beach resorts on Sunday and the government said it will deploy hundreds more inside hotels after the Islamist militant attack in Sousse that killed 39 foreigners, mostly Britons. Photograph: Zohra Bensemra/Reuters

A woman walks through an alley as used pairs of jeans are hung to dry before they are sold in a second-hand clothes market in Kolkata, India. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters

Student protesters and policemen push each other as the students try to pass a police line during a protest against military representatives in parliament who have been appointed by the military commander-in-chief and who occupy a mandatory 25 percent of parliamentary seats, in Yangon. Photograph: Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters

A US flag is seen as a commercial building burns after being ignited by the Sleepy Hollow fire in Wenatchee, Washington. Emergency officials ordered hundreds of people to leave their homes in central Washington state as a fast-moving wildfire destroyed at least nine properties and threatened businesses on Sunday. Many took refuge in shelters as the blaze ripped across 1,700 acres near the cities of Cashmere and Wenatchee in Chelan County, about 200 km east of Seattle. Photograph: David Ryder/Reuters

Residents at the Ter Biest house for elderly persons refresh their feet in a swimming pool on a hot summer day in Grimbergen, Belgium. The United Nations warned of the dangers posed by hot weather, especially to children and the elderly, as much of Europe sweltered in a heatwave whose intensity it blamed on climate change. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

Security forces and residents examine the wreckage of an Indonesian military C-130 Hercules transport plane after it crashed into a residential area in the North Sumatra city of Medan, Indonesia. At least 49 people were reported dead after a military transport plane crashed into a residential area shortly after take-off in northern Indonesia on Tuesday, but the toll looked set to rise after it emerged that more than 100 people had been on board. Photograph: Roni Bintang/Reuters

A Girl Scout loses her balance in her camp chair around a pretend campfire as US President Barack Obama and the first lady welcome the scouts to a camp-out on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. A group of 50 fourth-grade Girl Scouts plans to spend the night in camping tents on the lawn, a celebration of the scouting movement and the National Park Service centennial. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Pakistan Army soldiers and rescue workers conduct search operations at the site after a train fell in a canal near Gujranwala, Pakistan. A train carrying hundreds of Pakistan military personnel and their families plunged into a canal on Thursday, killing 12 soldiers, when a bridge collapsed in what the army suspects was sabotage, officials said. Photograph: Reuters