6 June 2014
Last updated at 10:59 ET
Tens of thousands of people gathered in Hong Kong to mark the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre, but all mention of the event was forbidden in mainland China.
One of the Queen's pageboys fainted while she delivered her Speech to Parliament. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, who were sitting next to the boy, showed concern as he was carried away.
Spectators watch the Rolling Stones concert in Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Members of Scotland Yard work at an area during the search for missing British girl Madeleine McCann in Praia da Luz, Portugal. The child was three when she went missing in the resort in 2007.
A Seleka fighter hands a sick child to her mother at a village between Bambari and Grimari in Central African Republic.
Almost 2,000 World War Two veterans joined dignitaries and world leaders to mark 70 years since the historic D-Day landings in Normandy.
The father of one of two teenage girls who were gang-raped and murdered in India weeps at his home. The girls, who belonged to a low caste, were found hanging from a tree in Uttar Pradesh state.
King Juan Carlos of Spain (left) announced his intention to abdicate, after nearly 40 years on the throne. "A new generation must be at the forefront... younger people with new energies," the 76-year-old king said in a televised address. His son, Crown Prince Felipe, 45, (right) will take over the throne.
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.
Loic Remy of France jumps for the ball during a friendly football match against Paraguay ahead of the World Cup which kicks off in Brazil on 12 June.
D-Day veterans returned to the Normandy "killing field" where many of their comrades died 70 years ago in the biggest amphibious assault in military history.
Participants dance at the end of the Colour Run around Wembley Stadium in London.