A runner leads a pack of El Pilar fighting bulls during the running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, on July 13. Susana Vera/Reuters
A child is baptized during a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi, Georgia, on July 13. About 700 children were baptized by the Georgian Orthodox Church during the 12th mass baptism ceremony led by Patriarch Ilia II. David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters
Britain's Prince Harry holds an 8-week-old puppy called Veyron during a July 13 visit to the charity Canine Partners Training Centre in Midhurst in Sussex, England. Canine Partners is a registered charity that assists people with disabilities to enjoy a greater independence and quality of life through the provision of specially trained dogs. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro speaks on Cuban television in Havana on July 12. Castro, who has lived in seclusion for nearly four years, appeared on Cuban television and radio on Monday evening to discuss his theory that the world is on the verge of nuclear war. The appearance marks the second time in less than a week that the suddenly resurgent 83-year-old has made a public appearance, after staying out of view, except in occasional photographs and videos. Alex Castro/Reuters
Laborers work to drain sewage water from a leaked sewage tank at a copper mine in Shanghang, China, on Tuesday. The sewage leak from the copper mine owned by Zijin Mining Group Co, whose shares were suspended from trading in Hong Kong on Monday, has polluted a river and reservoir in Fujian Province, Xinhua News Agency reported. Reuters
Former New York Yankees great Yogi Berra, sitting beside his wife, Carmen, discusses the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner from his museum in Montclair, N.J., on Tuesday. Steinbrenner died on Tuesday in Tampa, Fla. Rich Schultz/AP
An Afghan woman leaves a voter registration center after receiving her card in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. The nation will hold parliamentary elections on Sept. 18. Ahmad Masood/Reuters
Olivia Fajnerman checks out the six-foot tall ruby-red slippers displayed on 42nd Street outside Madame Tussauds in celebration of the launch of The Wizard of Oz Cinema 4-D Experience in New York City on Tuesday. Charles Sykes/AP
Elephants cross the intersection of Alameda St. and Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday as Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's circus arrives in town before dawn. Adam Lau/AP
Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica runs with youths during a sprint clinic at King Bauduin stadium in Brussels on Tuesday. Thierry Roge/Reuters
The Dutch World Cup soccer team travels on a green boat (c.) prior to a tour through Amsterdam's canals in the Netherlands on Tuesday during a day of celebrations for the World Cup runner-up. Evert Elzing/AP
Indian policemen prepare to present an honor guard to mark Martyr's Day at the Martyr's Graveyard in Srinagar, India, on Tuesday. Shops and businesses remained shut Tuesday in troubled Kashmir for the third straight day as separatists protesting Indian rule declared a strike to mark an annual "Martyrs' Day" when 21 Kashmiri Muslims were ordered killed to quell a 1931 uprising. Mukhtar Khan/AP
Demonstrators from the group 'Vuvuzelas for BP,' blow vuvuzelas during a protest across the street from the BP headquarters in central London, on Tuesday. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP
Jacob Eischan, of Greenfield, Ind., sprays down a calf as he prepares it for competition at the Hancock County 4-H fair on Tuesday. Michael Conroy/AP
For more than a decade, Europe has been accustomed to relying on German leader Angela Merkel for strength and stability. But with her bid to form a new government in tatters, the continent may have to look elsewhere for leadership.
Earlier this spring, when President Trump threatened to drop out of a major climate accord and berated fellow NATO members on his first trip to Europe, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rallied the continent.