Germany is looking to promote tourism of its wind, solar and other renewable energy sites. Above, a merry-go-round sits above the cooling tower of a nuclear power plant at the amusement park Wunderland in the western city of Kalkar. The tower, which was never put into service, also hosts a climbing wall.PHOTOS: Tasty Tech Eye Candy Of The Week
A crowd on June 14, inflamed by the downing of a Ukrainian military transport plane that resulted in 49 deaths, tore down the Russian embassy's flag, overturned diplomatic vehicles and peppered the building with paint, as a dozen police looked on.PHOTOS: Ukraine Uprising's Most Violent Days
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Brazilian soccer fan Marilza Guimaraes da Silva, 63, tosses a ball as she poses at her home in Brasilia.NEWS: World Cup: How To Bend It Like Beckham
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A woman passes graffiti of multi-colored hands supporting the planet marked with a Brazilian flag in Sao Paulo.NEWS: World Cup: How Does Winning Momentum Work?
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Two deadly tornadoes touched ground at the same time in Pilger, Neb. on June 16. The violent wedge tornado ripped through a small community in Nebraska, killing 16 people.BLOG: Scary 'Twin' Tornadoes Rip Through Nebraska
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Beach goers watch the detonation of a 500 pound British bomb on the beach on May 19, 2014 in Wassenaar, Netherlands. The bomb was dropped by the British allied forces during World War II over the town of Leiden where it was found near a building site.