Pictures of the Day - 16.06.2007
A girl visiting the Victoria and Albert aquarium in Cape Town, South Africa, points to a fish in a marine display.
Brunei's newly wed royal couple, Pengiran Khairul Khalil and Princess Majeedah Nuurul Bulqiah, sit in a car during a street procession after their wedding ceremony.
(Meka mawa maranawo)
Sumo wrestler Kasugao gives a demonstration with a local child at the start of the Hawaii Grand Sumo Tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A man tries to catch a horse during the "Rapa Das Bestas" event in Mougas, north west Spain. Throughout the summer, hundreds of wild horses are rounded up, trimmed and groomed in different villages in Galicia.
The Space Shuttle Atlantis completes a back flip manoeuvre which will allow the Expedition 15 crew to photograph the shuttle's protective heat-resistant tiles. The imagery will be sent to engineers on Earth for analysis.
Spanish matador Francisco Rivera Ordonez is unseated from a horse as a bull charges towards him during a bullfight in Marbella, southern Spain.
In an unusual ritual to protect the young from evil spirits, a Spanish man dressed in a red and yellow costume jumps over babies placed on a mattress. The centuries-old ritual takes place in Castrillo de Murcia, northern Spain, as part of traditional Corpus Christi celebrations.
A vendor arranges watermelons at a market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province. Surging food prices boosted China's annual consumer price inflation to a 27-month high of 3.4 per cent in May from 3 per cent in April, the National Bureau of Statistics said
Indonesian Navy soldiers perform during an exercise at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta. Singapore has rejected a proposal that Indonesia's military has a say over the frequency and scope of naval exercises held on Indonesian territory as part of a defence pact, a top official said
Pictures from NASA show astronauts outside their vehicle
The Ngong Ping 360 line cable car passing residential tower blocks on Hong Kong's Lantau Island. The cable car to one of Hong Kong's biggest tourist attractions, a giant statue of Buddha, has closed indefinitely after one of its cabin plunged 50 metres to the ground, officials said. Authorities said they were investigating the cause of the accident
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, right, salutes beside military chief Hermogenes Esperon, left, during arrival rites on the 109th Independence Day celebrations at Manila's Rizal Park. In her speech, Arroyo called for unity among the newly elected officials following the May polls
Competitors race in the Bobath Scotland Dragon Boat Challenge, on Loch Lomand, Ballaoch, Scotland. The races are organised to raise money for the Bobath Charity which helps children suffering from Cerebal Palsy in Scotland
Tibet's spiritual leader the Dalai Lama greets members of the local Tibetan community prior to speaking at the National Press Club in Canberra. Australia's prime minister John Howard will meet the visiting Tibetan spiritual leader this week
Photos from Daily Mail