Day in pictures: 3 September 2014

Fishermen collect dead fish on Cajititlan lake Hundreds of thousands of fish have been washed up on the shores of Lake Cajititlan, in the Mexican state of Jalisco, during the past week. The local authorities said it was part of a "natural cycle", but state officials said it was due to the lake's "poor management".
Indonesian sepak takraw players take part in a practice session in Jakarta Indonesian sepak takraw players take part in a practice session in Jakarta ahead of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon.
The Metro de Lima electric train travels on a bridge in the San Juan de Lurigancho district of Lima The electric train, the first of its kind in Lima, links the northern and southern districts of the capital of Peru, from Villa El Salvador to San Juan de Lurigancho
A man drinks tea while standing next to a roadside tea shop in Calcutta, India Men relax outside a roadside tea shop in Calcutta, India.
Yan Shuang (center), Deputy Director General of the Publicity Department of Shanghai, unveils a wall displaying the names of Jewish refugees A list carved into a 34m (111ft) copper wall naming 13,732 Jewish refugees who fled to China during World War Two is unveiled at the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum.
Afghan day-labourers load recyclable cans onto a truck at a scrap yard on the outskirts of Kabul Afghan day-labourers load recyclable cans on to a truck at a scrap yard on the outskirts of Kabul.
Cyclist Cody Canning Canada's Cody Canning is seen during the prologue of the Tour of Alberta cycling race in Calgary.
A Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer, HMS Duncan, is berthed in Cardiff Bay A Royal Navy type-45 destroyer, HMS Duncan, is berthed in Cardiff Bay, ahead of the forthcoming Nato summit in Wales.
Moon glows through the clouds over the ruins of Spis Castle in the Eastern Slovakia's village of Zehra The Moon is seen above the ruins of Spis Castle in the eastern Slovakian village of Zehra. The 12th-Century castle was included in the Unesco list of World Heritage Sites in 1993.

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