Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech in support of the Iran nuclear deal at the National Constitution Center, in Philadelphia on Wednesday. 37 senators supported the deal meaning that it is almost certain to go through. Photo: AP/Matt Slocum
A woman holds her smiling baby in her arms as she arrives at the Hauptbahnhof station in Salzburg, Austria on their way with other migrants from Hungary via Vienna to Germany. Photo: AP Photo/ Kerstin Joensson
Miley Cyrus’ 6 different outfits at this years VMA’s. Photo: Getty
Kanye West accepts the video vanguard award at the MTV Video Music Awards 2015. He also used his acceptance speech to announce his bid for the 2020 US Presidential Election. Photo: Matt Sayles/Invision/AP
In more proof that Putin is the most macho world leader, this week the Russian leader posted photos of himself in the gym along with his Prime Minister. Photo: Michael Klimentyev/Reuters
A leopard leaps into a waterhole to catch a fish in Savuti, Botswana. The leopards of Savuti are well known for their unique skills in catching fish. Photo: Barcrogt Media/Greatstock
Mo Farah, of Britain, celebrates winning the 5000m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing. Photo: coral.co.uk
Barack Obama holds up a fish he has caught in Alaska. The US President traveled to Alaska to take a look at the huge damage occurring in the area due to climate change. Photo: Andrew Harnik/AP
Indian artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture of the image of Aylan Kurdi’s body. Aylan Kurdi, 3, was found dead on a Turkish beach after drowning while attempting to cross the Mediterranean. Photo: Getty
A firefighter tries to put out flames from a forest fire in Cualedro, Spain. Photo: Pedro Armestre/AFP/Getty Images
A Yemeni woman walks through a mosque in Senaa, Yeman, after it was hit by two suicide bombings, killing up to 30 and injuring around 100. Photo: Xinhua/Hani Ali
An annual pillow fight at the prestigious US cadets academy, West Point, has resulted in at least 30 injuries and over 24 left unconscious after some pillows were stuffed with hard objects. Photo: Marshall Kobylski/YouTube
Military helicopters form the number 70 in a massive military parade in Beijing, China to mark 70 years since Japan’s defeat in World War II.
The Mayor of Naraha, Japan, lifts an evacuation order meaning that Naraha is the first town to allow people to return permanently to the area near the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Google changed their logo typeface significantly for the first time since October 1998. Here is can be seen on the side of the Googleplex campus. Photo: Gizmo
Clashes broke out outside the Ukrainian parliament building as protesters demonstrated against a vote to give more powers to the rebel held east. A grenade was thrown by the protestors, injuring many police.