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In some of the week's most captivating images, drenched dogs leap, prisoners exercise en masse, and South African children pray for Nelson Mandela
 

Children frolic in the wild surf of the Black Sea near Beregove, Ukraine. (REUTERS/Gleb Garanich)


A woman tries to shield herself from a water cannon during protests in Ankara, Turkey. (REUTERS/Dado Ruvic)


If it wasn't clear from their chilly dispositions, President Obama and Vladimir Putin did not have the most successful of bilateral meetings during the G8 summit in Northern Ireland. Let's just say the world leaders agreed to disagree on the question of intervening in Syria. (REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque)


Miss America co-host Giuliana Rancic looks as impressed as the rest of America regarding Miss Utah's rambling, incoherent non-answer during the questions portion of the pageant. But hey, the glittery contest wasn't a total loss. Miss Utah still came away with third place. Watch her spectacular flub here. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)


White Swiss Shepherd dogs jump into the water during the dog diving competition of the international pedigree dog and purebred cat exhibit in Erfurt, Germany. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)


Women wipe away tears at the Lidice Memorial on the 71st anniversary of the destruction of a Czech village by German forces during World War II. (REUTERS/David W Cerny)


Inmates workout at the Lurigancho prison in Lima, Peru, in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for largest group exercise undertaken in a prison. (REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil)


Children play soccer with their father at Mucuripe beach in Fortaleza, Brazil. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)


A couple tries to hold on to an umbrella during the start of the annual monsoon season in Mumbai, India. (REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui)


A woman adjusts her not-too-shabby hat as she arrives for Ladies' Day at the Royal Ascot horse racing festival in southern England. (REUTERS/Darren Staples)


Johannesburg school children pray for the health and well being of former South African President Nelson Mandela, who remains hospitalized due to a lung infection. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

 
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