In Pictures

A digger works around the area on the 65th kilometer of the railway track Wroclaw-Walbrzych, during the attempt to explore the existence of the so-called `Nazi Gold train`, in Walbrzych, Poland, 16 August 2016.

An exterior view of the `Schloss Babelsberg` castle in Potsdam, Germany, 16 August 2016. Restoration works have been completed on the surrounding terraces and fountains.

Commuters disembark a train at London Bridge station in London, Britain, 16 August 2016. Rail fares are set to increase by 1.9% in January 2017. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn renewed his pledge to renationalise the railways under a Labour government.

According to media reports, former president of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Joao Havelange has died at the age of 100 in Rio de Janeiro on 16 August 2016.

Thai forensic police officer wearing a protective suit arrives to inspect a blast scene next to a portrait of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit after bombs exploded at the clock tower in the center of Hua Hin city, Thailand, August 12, 2016.

A 750-kilogram heavy banner showing an art piece entitled `Der Riss` (The fissure) by Swiss artist and alpinist Maya Lalive is displayed at the 105 metres high Albigna Dam near Bregaglia, Switzerland, 6 August 2016.

People watch floating paper lanterns released to comfort souls of victims of the 6 August 1945 atomic bombing, on the Motoyasu River with the Atomic Bomb Dome in the background at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, 6 August 2016.

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Skopje Floods Leave 22 Dead, Thousands Affected

1 of 23 | August 10, 2016, Wednesday // 12:29 EPA/BGNES

Damaged vehicles stuck in the mud on the ring road around Skopje, August 07, 2016.

At least twenty-two people have lost their lives as a result of the deadly floods caused by torrential rains in the area of Macedonia's capital Skopje.

Cleanup operations have been ongoing for days, with thousands of families being affected by the disaster.

The response to the floods, as well as the blame of authorities, have been subject to controversy. While ...

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