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Day in pictures - 22 August 2013
22 August 2013
Last updated at 06:50 BST
Take a look at Newsround's gallery of the best pictures of the day on 22 August 2013.
A model of Carlisle Castle in Cumbria has been made out of 5,000 custard cream biscuits. It took local baking firms three days to make the yummy creation!
London 2012 Paralympic silver medalist Shelly Woods holds a new racing wheel for disabled athletes, which is said to improve the acceleration of wheelchair racers by up to 20 percent.
This sculpture, called Moonman is displayed at a press conference for the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards in New York City, USA. The 30th MTV VMAs will take place on 25 August.
An Indian schoolgirl eats a free midday meal at school on the outskirts of the city of Jammu. India's midday meal scheme is one of the world's biggest school nutrition programs, covering some 120 million school children.
Monty from Cornwall, is in Year 5 and is thought to be the youngest person to study astronomy. He sat his GCSE six years early and got a B - he says he wants to work for Nasa.
Cricket is normally played in the summer - so why does this look like the middle of winter? Rain and dark skies stopped any play on the second morning of the fifth Ashes Test between England and Australia at the Kia Oval.
The August full moon rises next to the ancient Acropolis in Athens.
Afghan footballers celebrate their 3-0 win against Pakistan at the Afghanistan Football Federation stadium in Kabul, in the first international match there for ten years.
A family sit inside their flooded house, south of Manila in the Philippines. Heavy rain in Philippine capital and surrounding areas has forced nearly 300,000 people to leave their homes.