US First Lady Michelle Obama (2-R), Sasha Obama (2-L) and Malia Obama (L) are greeted by Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco (R) ahead of a private visit at the King Palace's in Marrakech, Morocco, 28 June 2016. US First Lady Michelle Obama visited Morocco to promote education for girls in the North African kingdom, where only 36 per cent of girls continue school beyond the primary level. EPA/STR
People gather around the wreckage of a passenger bus that was overturned due to high speed on Quetta-Karachi highway near Khuzdar, Pakistan on June 27. At least 11 passengers were killed and 23 were injured in the incident. Fatal traffic accidents are common in Pakistan with most of them said to be caused by reckless driving and poor road conditions. EPA/Munir Ahmed
The 11th annual WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party presented by Dubai Duty Free at The Roof Gardens, Kensington saw international stars from the world of tennis, celebrity and fashion come together to celebrate.
The party was attended by players including WTA world No.1 Serena Williams,Ana Ivanovic (pictured), Caroline Wozniacki (pictured) and Eugenie Bouchard, among others.
The Neo-panamax cargo ship Cosco Shipping Panama makes passage through the new locks in the expanded Panama Canal in Panama City, Panama on June 26. The $5.4-billion expansion project nearly triples the size of ships that can traverse the 77-km waterway, which links the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and has been in operation since 1914. EPA/Oscar Rivera
The charred remains of structures damaged by the Erskine Fire lay in the Kelso Valley area near Lake Isabella, Kernville, Californiaon June 25. The Erskine Fire continues to burn near Lake Isabella. According to authorities, by Saturday afternoon the fire had burned over 35,000 acres, destroyed an estimated 150 homes, and caused two fatalities. EPA/Stuart Palley
Festival-goers on a hen do walk through mud during the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts 2016, held at Worthy Farm, near Pilton, Somerset, Britain, on June 25. The outdoor festival runs from 22 to 26 June.-epa
Bloom time for Rose princess
Current rose princess Luisa Stoltz, aged 19, stands within a sea of blosooms at the Europe Rosarium in Sangerhausen, Germany, on June 25. The park celebrates the 41st mountain and rose festival, with more than 80,000 rose bushes of over 8,500 types. The festival also offers music and theater events as well as a rose seminar with advice from professional gardeners.-epa
A custom-made signature yellow guitar used by musician Prince sits on display before its auction next to a gold record award for the late musician in Beverly Hills, California, USA, on June 22. The pieces are part of the Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Auction to be held on June 25 at Heritage Auctions. The auction includes 898 other actor's and musician's personally owned items. EPA/Eugene Garcia
A military personnel stands at guard near a Japan's Ground Self-Defense Force Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile interceptor unit deployed to counter North Korea's launch of ballistic missile at the Defense Ministry in Tokyo, Japan on June 22. According to media reports, North Korea has proceeded to two launches of ballistic missiles, believed to be Musudan mobile intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBM), from its east coast earlier in the day. EPA/Franck Robichon
A firefighting aircraft from Los Angeles City Fire Department takes off from Encanto Park after refilling its water tanks as firefighters battle the thousand-acre plus 'Fish' wildland fire that erupted near the Angeles National Forest, Duarte, Califonia on June 20. High temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) have hampered firefighting efforts throughout Southern California. EPA/Bob Riha Jr.
Polina Borodacheva (L) smiles while getting her crown after her victory at the beauty contest Miss Belarus-2016 in Minsk, Belarus on June 19. Borodacheva won the title 'Miss Belarus-2016'. EPA/Tatyana Zenkovich
‘Heroes’ on the go
Cyclists start for the 'Velothon' cycling race in Berlin, Germany on June 19. The cycling race for 'everyman and professionals' which was held for the first time in 2008 is regarded one of the biggest public cycling races in Europe with thousands of participants. EPA/Maurizio Gambarini
Austrian cheer girl
Supporter of Austria cheers prior to the UEFA Euro 2016 group F preliminary round match between Portugal and Austria at Parc des Princes in Paris, France, on June 18.-epa
Brutal runners in action
Participants make their way through the mud during the Brutal Running sports event in Nyaregyhaza near Budapest, Hungary, on June 18.-epa
Rolls-Royce's Vision Next 100
Rolls-Royce unveiled a driverless electric concept car which it says defines the future of luxury car travel at a spectacular event in London’s Roundhouse. The Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 concept is codenamed 103EX. It is the marque’s first ever pure ‘vision vehicle’ from Rolls-Royce.
To Brexit or not to Brexit
Pedestrians walk past by the poster launched by the British UKIP leader Nigel Farage, during a new poster campaign ahead of the EU referendum in Smith Square in London Britain, on June 16. Farage continues to campaign around the UK in the lead up to the EU referendum on 23 June. Britons will vote on whether to remain in or leave the EU in a referendum on June 23. EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga
A character from a game points attendees at the E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) in Los Angeles on June 14. The E3 expo introduces new games and gaming devices and is an anticipated annual event among gaming enthusiasts and marketers. The event runs from June 14 to 16. EPA/Mike Nelson