19 June 2014
Last updated at 15:46
A Spanish policewoman directs one of the hundreds of wellwishers who gathered outside the Royal Palace in Madrid to celebrate the coronation of King Felipe VI.
These women are among 39,000 people seeking shelter at a UN base in the South Sudan town of Bentiu. The government and rebels recently agreed to end fighting.
US President Barack Obama tries out a solar-powered bench that allows people to charge their phones while resting, at the first White House "Maker Faire". Explaining the concept is eco-friendly urban furniture designer Sandra Richter.
This giant statue of Marilyn Monroe was made a team of Chinese artists but - for reasons that are unclear - has ended up at rubbish collection site in Guigang, China. It was previously on display outside a business centre in the city.
Afghan security forces investigate the scene of a suicide attack in Torkham, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan. Three Taliban militants targeted the Nato parking area, destroying 37 trucks.
A fisherman casts his net into the waters of a lake at Panangad, on the outskirts of the southern Indian city of Kochi.
Royal Parks chief executive of Linda Lennon and Culture Secretary Sajid Javid officially reopen Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, following its refurbishment.
A Palestinian girl displays broken glass following an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia.
Croatia football fans gathered in the main square of the capital, Zagreb, to watch the World Cup match between their team and Cameroon. Croatia won 4-0.