8 June 2012
Last updated at 12:00
Sprinter Usain Bolt of Jamaica collides with a flower girl after crossing the finish line to win the men's 100m at the IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting in Oslo.
Iraqi special operations commandos arrest suspects in Hillah to the south of Baghdad.
Coral Hernandez arranges flowers at the site where her brother Sergio was killed under the bridge connecting El Paso with Ciudad Juarez. The Mexican family gathered to mark the second anniversary of the death of the teenager who was shot and killed by a US border patrol agent. At the time US authorities said the agent was defending himself and colleagues after they came under attack from people throwing stones and rocks.
Meryl Streep (left) and Julia Roberts (right) applaud as Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine (centre) is honoured with a lifetime achievement prize by the American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles.
Footballer Franck Ribery of France sits in a cryotherapy chamber at the team's training centre in Kircha, Ukraine, ahead of the Euro 2012 championship. France's first match is against England on Monday 11 June...
In England a statue entitled Roy the Redeemer stands above the white cliffs at Dover as the nation hopes that maybe this time the team will be successful under the leadership of new manager Roy Hodgson.
Natasha Tretheway, author of three poetry collections and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, wipes her eyes as she is named the 19th US poet laureate, during a celebration in Decatur, Georgia.
A man with hydro shoes "flies"over the water at a beach on the Baltic Sea in Sopot, Poland.
Naked and semi-naked students protest against the Liberal Government, Special Law 78, and tuition fee increases in Montreal, Canada. Special Law 78 requires organisers to give police at least eight hours advance warning of times and locations of protest marches, with fines imposed for failing to do so.
And finally giant cow sculptures are currently attracting attention in Shanghai, China.