Friday: The day in photos -- Spain
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Friday: The day in photos

Friday: The day in photos -- Spain
A man running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, is knocked to the ground. Today’s running took a heavy toll; one person was gored to death, the first such fatality in nearly 15 years, and nine others were injured. (Jesus Caso / Associated Press)
Friday: The day in Photos - China
A girl sleeps on a stool after a moderate 5.7-magnitude quake struck on July 10, 2009 in Yao’an county, in China’s southwestern Yunnan province on July 9. More than 400,000 people were being evacuated after an earthquake hit southwest China, killing one person, injuring hundreds and flattening more than 18,000 homes, officials said. (AFP / Getty Images)
Friday: The day in Photos - Berlin
A snow leopard cub named Altai yawns while sitting on his basket at the Berlin Zoo. The male leopard was born in the zoo on April 25. (Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert / EPA)
Friday: The day in Photos - India
A man sizes up one of the structures at the Jantar Mantar, a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, after a brief rain shower in New Delhi, India. Each of the buildings in the complex, built in the early 1700s, has a specialized function for astronomical measurement. (Harish Tyagi / EPA)
Friday: The day in Photos - South Korea
An activist in Seoul, South Korea, carries a mock missile during a rally denouncing recent missile launches and suspected acts of cyber terrorism by North Korea. South Korea says the North is to blame for a wave of Internet outages in the U.S. and South Korea that started July 4. (Lee Jin-man / Associated Press)
Friday: The day in Photos - China
Applicants wait for their turn to impress the judges during a recruiting event for flight attendants for China Southern Airlines in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei province. More than 5,000 women were vying for 80 positions. (Zhou Chao / European Pressphoto Agency)
Friday: The day in Photos - Italy
Anti-globalization protesters march from the village of Paganica, Italy, to the quake-damaged town of L’Aquila, where the Group of 8 summit was taking place. The march was originally organized by local citizens to draw attention to the slow progress of reconstruction three months after the quake, which killed 299 people and left some 70,000 homeless. But anti-globalization groups insisted on taking part in the protest and comprised the vast majority of the marchers. (Marco Longori / AFP / Getty Images)
Friday: The day in Photos - Moscow
A man enjoys a mud bath in the crater of the Tisdar volcano in Russia. (Sergei Ilnitsky / EPA)
Friday: The day in Photos - Berlin
A man’s face is partially hidden by an East Turkistan flag at a demonstration outside the Chinese Embassy in Berlin, where ethnic Uighurs and others protested the treatment of Uighurs in China. Recent rioting between Uighurs and Han Chinese in Urumqi in western China has left more than 150 people dead. The Uighurs are a Muslim Turkic people. (Sean Gallup / Getty Images)
Friday: The day in Photos - South Africa
The sun rises over Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, where the world’s top 44 surfers were gathered on the latest stop in the Association of Surfing Professionals World Tour. Unfortunately, puny waves at J-Bay’s iconic right-hand point break forced the competition to be postponed for the second straight day. (Nic Bothma / EPA)
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