Girls looking for love walk down a catwalk during a matchmaking event in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province on June 25, 2011.
More than one million jubilant New Yorkers lined on Fifth Avenue on Sunday for the city's annual Gay Pride Parade, celebrating the passage of an historic bill legalizing same-sex marriage signed into law Friday night.
A halo, an optical illusion that appears around the sun, is seen in the sky in Changchun, the capital city of Northeast China's Jilin province, June 26, 2011.
A berm holding the flooded Missouri River back from a Nebraska nuclear power station collapsed, but federal regulators said there was no danger.
Paris' spring-summer 2012 menswear shows melted into the past on Sunday, wrapping up in a pool of perspiration on the year's hottest day yet.
Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko must stand trial next Wednesday on a charge of abuse of power, a judge ruled in a pre-trial hearing late on Saturday.
A photo of Michael Jackson is displayed in a home where the entertainer used to live in Las Vegas, Nevada June 25, 2011. The homeowner opened a portion of the home to the public to mark the second anniversary of the entertainer's death.
By resolution 42/112 of 7 December 1987, the UN General Assembly decided to observe 26 June as the International Day against Drug Abuse
Members of a group called "Planking Thailand" make a cross formation, to urge people to vote, a day before advance voting commences in Bangkok June 25, 2011. Thailand will hold a general election on July 3. Planking, the fad of lying face down stiff in often bizarre places for a photo op, has become a global craze.
Visiting Premier Wen Jiabao announced on Saturday that China will consider buying a "certain amount" of Hungarian bonds, signaling that his country is still determined to help European countries work out the debt crisis.
A rare hailstorm hit the Song county in Henan province Friday night, with precipitation reaching 55.8 mm in four hours.
Snapshots: the world in 24 hours, June 24