A South Korean policeman breaks stone plates with his head during a demonstration for a successful G20 Seoul summit at a police training center in Seoul on Monday. The G20 summit will be held in Seoul from Nov. 11-12. Ahn Young-joon/AP
Europe team members from left: Lee Westwood, Ross Fisher, Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald, Peter Hanson, Francesco Molinari, and Edoardo Molinari celebrate winning the 2010 Ryder Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales, on Monday. Matt Dunham/AP
Demonstrators protest against the demolition of the historical Stuttgart train station to make way for the Stuttgart 21 underground railway station in Stuttgart, Germany, on Monday. Michaela Rehle/Reuters
A model display featuring new real estate projects is seen during the Cityscape Global property exhibition in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Monday. Mosab Omar/Reuters
A layer of fog descends over the course on the final day of the 2010 Ryder Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales, on Monday. Jon Super/AP
A concrete statue stands in the middle of a home in Pedro, Ohio, on Monday. Earlier in the day a fire killed five residents in the town. Resident Kyle Whitmer said the building was a former foster home and was owned by his mother and that it was home to members of his extended family and friends who had fallen on hard times. Jeff Gentner/AP
Policemen rappel down on a building to suppress mock militants at a demonstration held to show the police's preparation for security measures in the upcoming G20 summit during a photo call at a police training center in Seoul on Monday. Lee Jae-Won/Reuters
England's Steve Jehu crashes on the pommel horse during the men's gymnastics team final at the Commonwealth Games at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on Monday. England took silver in the competition. Anja Niedringhaus/AP
Firemen evacuate people from a flooded village of Devecser, Hungary, on Monday. The dam of a sludge reservoir at an alumina factory in western Hungary burst on Monday, flooding parts of two villages, the regional emergency unit said. Reuters
Spectators walk through the mud, caused by heavy rainfall, around the course on the final day of the 2010 Ryder Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales, on Monday. Jon Super/AP
Palestinian men pray near a burned part of the carpet in a mosque that was vandalized in the West Bank village of Beit Fajjar near Bethlehem on Monday. Palestinians accused Jewish settlers of setting fire to the West Bank mosque, an incident that coincided with US efforts to rescue peace talks halted by a dispute over settlement building. Ammar Awad/Reuters
A hydrothermal vent snail found in the Suiyo Seamount, Tokyo Hydrothermal Vent, is seen in this undated handout picture. Scientists completed a 10-year census of marine life on Monday after finding thousands of exotic new species in a project that will help assess threats to the oceans ranging from climate change to BP's oil spill. The $650 million international census, by 2,700 experts in 80 nations, discovered creatures such as a hairy-clawed 'yeti crab,' luminous fish in the sunless depths, a shrimp thought extinct in Jurassic times, and a 23-foot-long squid. Yoshihiro Fujiwara/Reuters
Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro of Spain rides Herald as she competes in the speed competition of World Jumping Championship at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky., on Monday. John Sommers II/Reuters
Meghan McGlothin falls during the Jim Slanker Memorial La-Z-Boy chair race at the New Carlisle, Ohio Heritage of Flight Festival on Sunday. Marshall Gorby/Springfield News-Sun/AP
‘Brexit’ is often framed in terms of anger: the anger of ‘Leave’ voters at Brussels and immigrants, and the anger of ‘Remain’ voters at what Britain loses by divorcing the EU. But as the experience in Hull shows, hope is part of Brexit, too.
This city on the North Sea, which everyone knows simply as Hull, has borne its fair share of insults over the years. “Dull in Hull,” to name just one, sums up the kind of mood that foretold the British vote to leave the European Union, which nearly 68 percent of Hull did.