A man adds the finishing touch to a huge bonfire in the New Mossley area on the outskirts of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Hundreds of fires will be set alight at midnight, on July 11, as Protestant loyalist's celebrate July 12, to mark the defeat of the Catholic King James, by the Protestant William of Orange in 1690.
Britain's Chris Froome passes world heritage site Mont-Saint-Michel, rear, a rocky tidal island which holds a monastery, during the eleventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race, an individual time trial over 33 kilometers (20.6 miles) with start in in Avranches and finish in Mont-Saint-Michel, western France, Wednesday July 10 2013.
A Lebanese man reads a Quran, the Muslim holy book, at a mosque in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Many devout Muslims in the Middle East have started observing the dawn-to-dusk fast for the month of Ramadan even as the region is rocked by Egypt's turmoil and the relentless civil war in Syria. For most Sunnis and Shiites, Ramadan started on Wednesday while others are expected to begin observing the holy month on Thursday differences based on various sightings of the new moon.
Police officers detain Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, left, in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Navalny was briefly detained by police after he spoke to a crowd of supporters outside the headquarters of Moscow's election commission. Navalny on Wednesday submitted documents to register as a candidate in the mayoral election.
Pallbearers carry the remains of Travis Turbyfill, 27, during his funeral at Heights Church in Prescott, Ariz. Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Turbyfill was one of the 19 hotshot firefighters that was killed while fighting the Yarnell fire on June 30. Turbyfill leaves behind a wife and two children.
Black-handed spider monkey Bonita waits with her baby in the enclosure in the zoo of Basel, Switzerland, Wednesday July 10, 2013.