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Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia (L) visit the restored St. Vladimir Equal-to-the-Apostles Church under the Moscow Eparchial House in Moscow, Russia, 27 July 2015.

Tourists watch the sunrise above a sea of fog on Eggishorn mountain (2927 meters above sea level), in Fiesch, Switzerland, early 28 July 2015.

Guests from the Republic of Korea, Belgium, the US, Mexico, Columbia, Italy, Georgia, and Brazil took part in the 18th edition of an International Folklore Festival in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria (July 26, 2015).

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) talks to Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia (L) during his visit to the restored St. Vladimir Equal-to-the-Apostles Church under the Moscow Eparchial House in Moscow, Russia, July 27, 2015.

Local citizens and tourists enjoy the summer night in front of a mural symbolizing the Revival of Ukraine created by French painter Julien Mallan and his Ukrainian colleague Alexey Kislov, on a building in the Andriyivskyy Descent street in downtown Kiev.

A little egret flying over Ibisha, an island of the Danube river, near the town of Lom in Northwestern Bulgaria.

Filipino protestors push an effigy of Philippine President Benigno Aquino III near the Philippine Congress as they march in protest in suburban Quezon City, east of Manila, Philippines, July 27, 2015.

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Serbia Faced with Tide of Migrants Heading for EU via Hungary

1 of 7 | July 21, 2015, Tuesday // 16:15 EPA/BGNES

A migrant child waiting to board a train to Hungary, at Belgrade railway station, Serbia, 21 July 2015, en route to European Union countries through Serbia.

Migrants from the Middle East, Asia and Africa are crossing into Serbia from neighbouring Macedonia these days heading for Hungary, which is member of the EU’s borderless Schengen zone. Travelling on the so-called Balkan route, they are trying to reach Hungary, from where they can travel visa-free to EU countries farther north with the aim to settle there. As the ...

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