3 July 2013
Last updated at 07:49 ET
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall pose next to two Daleks during a visit to BBC Roath Lock Studios in Cardiff, Wales, where the Doctor Who TV series is filmed.
A flare is lit among opposition protesters in Tahrir Square, gathered to hear a speech by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in which he insisted he was the country's legitimate leader and would not give in to "violence and thuggery" by resigning.
A couple embrace at a prayer vigil held for the 19 firefighters who were killed in the Yarnell Hill wildfire in Arizona. The dead were members of an elite "hotshot" unit who had fought fires across the south-western US.
Indian athlete Bharatinder Singh takes part in the long jump section of the decathlon on the first day of the Asian Athletics Championship in Pune, India.
Madame Tussauds in London unveils a waxwork figure of the singer Adele.
The Grand Canyon in Arizona, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is seen from about 30,000ft (10,000m).
Railway enthusiasts arrive at the Great Gathering of the UK's six remaining A4 class locomotives to mark the 75th anniversary of a world speed record. The A4 Class locomotives, including the record-breaker, Mallard, are being displayed together in York's National Railway Museum.
A Russian synchronised swimming team performs at a park in Fuzhou, China.
Yukiya Arashiro of Japan, in white and red, rides in the breakaway group as they pass spectators dressed like medieval knights during the fifth stage of the Tour de France.
Television crews film the partially reconstructed shell of the remains of TWA Flight 800 inside the hangar of the National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) Training Center in Ashburn, Virginia. A documentary has revived speculation a missile brought it down in 1996, but US aviation investigators stand by their verdict that a fuel tank exploded.