4 June 2014
Last updated at 09:38 ET
Spanish forward Fernando Torres is seen during a training session at the Robert F Kennedy Stadium in Washington, USA, as his team prepare for the forthcoming World Cup in Brazil.
Cardboard cutouts of Argentine footballer Lionel Messi are seen at a recycling centre in Managua, Nicaragua.
The Chinese People's Armed Police Force stand guard near Tiananmen Square on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing massacre. The 1989 protesters wanted political reform, but the crackdown was ordered after hardliners won a power struggle within the ruling Communist Party. The authorities classify the protests as counter-revolutionary riots and hold no memorial.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives aboard the new Diamond Jubilee Coach at the House of Lords in London. The Queen presided over the state opening of Parliament for the 63rd time, amid the traditional pomp and ceremony.
A fire triggered by an explosion at a Shell chemical plant in Moerdijk, south of Rotterdam, Netherlands, has been brought under control. A spokesman for Shell told the BBC that the factory had been in operation 24 hours a day but all personnel on site at the time had been accounted for.
A bulldozer operates atop a coal mound at the CCI Energy Slones Branch Terminal in Shelbiana, Kentucky. Earlier in the week the Obama administration proposed strong new rules targeting coal-burning power plants in an effort to curb global warming.
A model poses backstage before the Best of Graduate Fashion Week show at the Old Truman Brewery in London, England.
Li Weilei (centre) and two mechanics lift a replica of the Batmobile at a workshop in Shanghai. The 26-year-old businessman designed the replica and built it with four mechanics in his spare time.
Visitors are reflected in a glass of aquarium with carp during an international agricultural exhibition in the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus.
Thousands of Abdul Fattah al-Sisi supporters celebrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square, cheering, singing songs and setting off fireworks after Egyptian election officials announced that he had received 96.9% of the vote.