Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, react as a bald eagle flaps its wings Wednesday, July 29, at the Sandringham Flower Show in King's Lynn, England. The eagle, Zephyr, is the mascot of the Army Air Corps.
A full moon rises in Kazan, Russia, on Wednesday, July 29. At left is the Qol Sharif mosque.
Cows nuzzle a cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby, Quebec, on Sunday, July 26.
Two migrants pull a dinghy filled with Syrian and Afghan refugees as they arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos on Monday, July 27. Tens of thousands of migrants have arrived in Greece so far this year, overwhelming local authorities, aid groups say.
A participant falls during the Red Bull "Flugtag" event in Moscow on Sunday, July 26. In Flugtag, which means "flying day" in German, everyday people pilot homemade gliders off a 30-foot deck and into water -- in this case, the Moskva River. The contestants are judged not only on their distance, but their creativity and showmanship.
A child walks past a replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex during a visit to the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens on Monday, July 27.
Chris Moriarty has his beard prepared on Friday, July 24, ahead of the Great British Barber Bash in Glasgow, Scotland. Scotland's best barbers came together to demonstrate their flair for hair, beards and mustaches.
Israeli security forces scuffle with Israeli settlers from the West Bank settlement of Beit El during the demolishing of 24 housing units on Wednesday, July 29. Israel's Supreme Court ruled that the housing units had been built illegally and must be demolished.
Construction continues on the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope, also known as FAST, on Tuesday, July 28. FAST is being built in the mountains of China's Pingtang County, and when it's finished in September 2016 it will be used mainly for capturing radio signals in the universe. It will be the world's largest radio telescope.
Members of the Pakistani Army rescue a young flood victim in Layyah, Pakistan, on Monday, July 27.
A man is carried in a coffin by his relatives during the annual "Procession of the Shrouds," which took place Wednesday, July 29, in the Spanish village of Santa Marta de Ribarteme. People who are said to have escaped death are carried in the procession as a thank-you gesture for being kept alive.
Jia Jia, the oldest giant panda living in captivity, eats beside a birthday cake of ice and vegetables as she celebrates her 37th birthday Tuesday, July 28, at Ocean Park Hong Kong.
Conor and Natasha Lindop are dressed as Batman and Catwoman while their 2-year-old son, Dylan, is dressed as Robin at the MCM Comic Con in Manchester, England, on Sunday, July 26.
Rescuers carry miners out of a flooded coal mine in Hegang, China, on Monday, July 27. A landslide on July 20 had trapped miners underground for days. Some of the miners were rescued, but others were confirmed dead and some were still missing, according to the Xinhua News Agency.
A left-wing militant shields himself from water cannons during clashes with Turkish police officers in Istanbul on Sunday, July 26.
Richard Hill plays a newly restored Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ, believed to be the largest in Europe, at the Troxy entertainment venue in London on Wednesday, July 29. The Wurlitzer has more than 1,728 pipes to go with four keyboards, one pedal board and 241 stop keys.
Children of Syrian migrants eat near Asotthalom, Hungary, after crossing the border illegally from Serbia on Monday, July 27.
People in Qingdao, China, walk across a beach covered by seaweed on Friday, July 24. In recent summers, Qingdao beaches have been plagued by large seaweed drifts from the Yellow Sea.
Current and former members of the U.S. Congress celebrate the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid with a special cake Wednesday, July 29, in Washington. During the event on Capitol Hill, they promised they would fight any proposed cuts to the programs.
During Kyrgyzstan's national horse games, two men wrestle while riding horses on Saturday, July 25.