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Day in pictures - 15th August 2013

Take a look at Newsround's gallery of the best pictures of the day on 15th August 2013.
Indian schoolchildren take part in the country's Independence Day celebrations. The children are at the Red Fort in New Delhi marking the 67 years of India's independence.
Children sitting in rows beneath a flag
England's Rickie Lambert celebrates scoring against Scotland with teammates Gary Cahill and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during their international friendly match at Wembley Stadium in London.
England's Rickie Lambert celebrates scoring against Scotland with teammates Gary Cahill and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during their international friendly match at Wembley Stadium in London.
Christchurch's cardboard cathedral, which can house 700 people, officially opened in New Zealand today, replacing the large stone cathedral that was destroyed by an earthquake in 2011.
Christchurch's cardboard cathedral, that can house 700 people, officially opened in New Zealand today, replacing the large stone cathedral that was destroyed by an earthquake in 2011.
An Afghan performs acrobatics with a gym wheel at the Mobile Mini Circus For Children in the capital city Kabul.
An Afghan performs acrobatics with a gym wheel at the Mobile Mini Circus For Children in Kabul
A man flies his model plane during an airshow for radio-controlled airplanes at Lesce airport, Slovenia in eastern Europe.
A man flies his model plane during an airshow for radio-controlled airplanes at Lesce airport, Slovenia
The largest military graduation parade in Europe took place today in Harrogate, North Yorkshire where nearly 700 junior soldiers marched onto the parade ground in front of their friends and relatives. The only military parade that's any bigger is the Trooping of the Colour in London.
The largest military graduation parade in Europe has taken place today in Harrogate where nearly 700 junior soldiers from Cambrai, Peninsula and Burma companies marched onto the parade ground in front of their friends and relatives.