14 June 2013
Last updated at 12:07 ET
A South Korean official greets the North Korean delegation at Panmunjom ahead of government-level talks. The talks were later abandoned after the two sides failed to agree on the composition of the delegations.
In Lisbon, people prepare for Saint Anthony's parade on the Avenida da Liberdade.
Officials and motor sport fans arrive for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, also known as The Race to the Clouds, at Pike National Forest in Colorado.
The bodies of Georgian soldiers killed in a suicide attack in Helmand province, Afghanistan, returned to Tbilisi. Although not a Nato member, Georgia has taken part in several missions and has more than 1,500 soldiers in Helmand. In all, 28 Georgian troops have been killed in Afghanistan since 2009.
Some 23,000 people were forced to leave their homes in the east German city of Magdeburg after a dam burst on the River Elbe. Analysts say the damage will cost billions of euros to clean up.
Ayesha Farooq, 26, is Pakistan's only female war-ready fighter pilot. She is seen here with colleagues beside a Chinese-made F-7PG fighter jet at Mushaf base in Sargodha, north Pakistan.
On a hill overlooking Johannesburg, worshippers join church groups to offer prayers for former South African President Nelson Mandela who is in a Pretoria hospital suffering from a recurrent lung infection.
Members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery prepare to fire a 41-gun salute in Green Park, central London, in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh's 92nd birthday. The duke remains in hospital recovering from an abdominal operation.
Republican Senator Rand Paul in an elevator with reporters and staff having spoken at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Road to Majority Conference in Washington.
Protesters scatter as Turkish riot police fire tear gas on Taksim Square in Istanbul. A plan to redevelop nearby Gezi Park sparked Turkey's biggest anti-government protests in decades.