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PSA 5 Officer Jackson remove crime tape from the rear of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Towers located at 70 Lenox Ave and where a woman fell from a window while her young son watched in horror, police said.
Dozens of floats and some 20,000 participants attend the Gay Pride parade, which starts at 36th Street before turning towards the West Village. The march comes at an emotional time, just weeks after a mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando, Fla. On Fifth Avenue, FDNY Lt. Victor Berrios kisses his fiancee Christopher Castro while marching in the parade.
President Barack Obama address the 71th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Standing before the United Nations for the last time as president, Barack Obama reassured foreign leaders that the world is better equipped to tackle its challenges than almost any point in history despite a cascade of harrowing crises that seem devoid of viable solutions.
The Dominican Republic pride was on full display Sunday as the borough of Manhattan played host to the annual Dominican Day Parade. Thousands of parade-goers lined up along Sixth Avenue to watch the festivities adorned with the island's red, white and blue flag. A dancer entertains the crowds wearing the Dominican flag colors.
Brazilian military police squad round-up suspects and search for drugs in the Alto da Serra shantytown in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The Military Police units, which have their own formations, rules and uniforms depending on the state, are responsible for maintaining public order across the country. Deployed solely to act as a deterrent against the commission of a crime, units do not conduct criminal investigations.
President Barack Obama address the 71th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. Standing before the United Nations for the last time as president, Barack Obama reassured foreign leaders that the world is better equipped to tackle its challenges than almost any point in history despite a cascade of harrowing crises that seem devoid of viable solutions.
Mexican pride was on full display Sunday as the borough of Manhattan played host to the annual Mexican Day Parade. Thousands of parade-goers lined up along Madison Avenue to watch the festivities adorned with the country red, white and green flags.
Members of the Hungry Marching Band perform during Bastille Day on East 60th Street in Manhattan. Bastille Day is New York largest public celebration of France’s Independence Day (July 14, 1789) and its historic friendship with the United States.
Unidentified workers stand near an unfinished overpass that collapsed in the Brazilian World Cup host city of Belo Horizonte leaving at least one person dead and casting a shadow over a tournament that has suffered repeated construction accidents and delays. The bridge, located about two miles from the Mineirao Stadium where World Cup games are being played, collapsed as vehicles were passing on a busy road underneath.
Workers remove the remains of a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar airplane that caught fire while departing for San Francisco and aborted the takeoff shortly after liftoff. There were no fatalities among the 280 passengers, although the aircraft was destroyed.
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