11 June 2012
Last updated at 11:44
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy hailed a decision by eurozone finance ministers to help Spain shore up its struggling banks as a victory for the European common currency, though some protesters in Madrid shouted slogans against labour reform and the deal.
Kirsty Wade holds the Olympic Flame as a lone piper plays at the Calanais Standing Stones in Callanish as the sun rises on Day 24 of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay.
Tension is high in Burma's western Rakhine state after President Thein Sein imposed a state of emergency. A spate of violence involving Buddhists and Muslims in the past week has left seven people dead and hundreds of properties damaged in the area.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives with his wife Sarah to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards in London. The inquiry, which is currently focusing on the relationship between the press and politicians, is resuming after a week-long adjournment.
British actor James Corden won the best leading actor prize at the Tony Awards in New York. Corden was honoured for his role in One Man, Two Guvnors, which transferred from the West End to Broadway earlier this year.
Belarusian villagers throw their crowns in to the air as they celebrate the pagan holiday of Rusalye, devoted to water nymphs, in the village of Sosny.
The Trevi Fountain, one of the iconic symbols of Rome, is reported to be crumbling, raising the alarm that the structure needs restoration. At the weekend, a few stone laurel leaves fell from the top frieze of the fountain, which marks the terminal point of of one of the aqueducts that brought drinking water to ancient Rome.
An attendee with rainbow-coloured lips poses for a picture during the annual gay pride parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Nur el-Din Hussein, 24, of Egypt's national rowing team attends a training session on the Nile in Cairo in preparation for the London Olympics.