A group of mechanics inspect damage at the main port of Kos Island, following a 6.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the region.
Two foreigners died and more than 100 people were injured on the Greek island of Kos when an earthquake shook popular Greek and Turkish holiday destinations in the Aegean Sea. Louisa Gouliamaki.
A combination photo of Muslim cosplayers Nurul Athirah, 21, Nursyamimi Minhalia, 20, Nurul Syakirah, 23, pose during a cosplay event at a mall in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Lai Seng Sin.
Festival-goers enjoy the mud during the annual Boryeong Mud Festival at in Boryeong, South Korea. The mud, which is believed to be beneficial for the skin due to its mineral content, is sourced from mud flats near Boryeong and transported to the beach by truck. Chung Sung-Jun.
Men slide in the mud during the Boryeong Mud Festival. The 20th annual mud festival features mud wrestling and mud sliding. Ahn Young-joon.
A participant in the Third Grandbikini event poses for a picture before going in front of judges in an aqua park in Tianjin, China. Over 400 participants, all older than 55, walked before judges in bikinis, traditional dresses and evening dresses in an annual event organised by a local elderly welfare group. Damir Sagolj.
A member of the Chinese team performs during a rehearsal for the women's team free combination synchronized swimming final at the 17th FINA World Championships 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. Michael Sohn.
People gather to watch as the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant releases water after heavy rainfall caused by tropical storm Talas in Hoa Binh province, Vietnam. The power plant opened three out of five flood gates for five days, for the first time in 21 years, in order to balance the stream flow and protect local reservoirs and downstream rivers. Luong Thai Linh.
A worker climbs on the scaffolding set up for the upcoming 2017 US Open of Surfing on the beach near Huntington Beach Pier in Huntington Beach, California. Mark Rightmire.
People look at a partially submerged boat in the port at Kos Island, following the 6.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the region.
The epicentre of the 6.7 magnitude quake was 10.3 kilometres south of the major Turkish resort of Bodrum, a magnet for holidaymakers in the summer, and 16.2 kilometres east of the island of Kos in Greece, the US Geological Survey said. Louisa Gouliamaki.