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🎥 via @greatbigstory • With one of the largest kitchens in Asia, the Shri Saibaba temple in Shirdi, India, prepares, cooks and serves quantities of food that are nearly unimaginable. The kitchen dishes out as many as 40,000 meals per day, every day, all for free. Why? The temple simply believes that those who are hungry deserve to be fed.
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A father teaches his son the gestures of offering his prayers to Allah during the Namaz prayers of Eid al-Fitr in India.
More than one billion Muslims around the world celebrated Eid al-Fitr on Sunday, as the month-long Ramadan fast ends and the festivities begin. One of the most important days for Muslims, this is the "festival of breaking the fast." (📷: Sushavan Nandy/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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This drone video shows the immense destruction in Mosul's Old City, where civilians are fleeing the few hundred ISIS fighters who are there. The Iraqi military has been fighting the terror group in the city since 2014, killing nearly 1,000 fighters, while about 100,000 civilians remain.
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A baby named Martial Law. Tarhata Musarip went into labor on May 23rd, the day ISIS militants stormed the city of Marawi in the Philippines. "While I was giving birth I could hear the gunfire," she told CNN's Ivan Watson. An hour after birth, she fled with her child, "tying up her belly" for support. The government declared martial law on the same day, inspiring the name for Musarip's little boy. The family has lived for weeks in this crowded makeshift shelter. Though they are safe, Musarip says her father and cousin disappeared during the first day of the fighting in Marawi. They haven't been heard from seen since. 📷: @ivancnn
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau high-fives a young "Wonder Woman" while wearing rainbow socks at Toronto's Pride March. If you look closely you'll see the socks have Arabic writing on them – a celebration of the end-of-Ramadan. (Photo by @adamscotti)
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A giant rainbow flag was raised atop the Space Needle in Seattle during the city's Pride parade on Sunday.
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Muslims offer prayers during Eid al-Fitr at the Velodrome de Champ-Fleuri in Saint-Denis de la Reunion on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion at the start of the Eid al-Fitr holiday marking the end of Ramadan. (📷by RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman celebrates at the 48th annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Parade today in Chicago. Parades were held in other cities across the US, including New York, Seattle, Minneapolis, Cincinnati and San Francisco, among others. (📷: Kamil Krzaczynski/AFP/Getty Images)
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These are the moments that formerly-conjoined twins Jadon & Anias McDonald were separated after a 27-hour operation. The OR was packed and @cnnvr was there with @drsanjaygupta to capture the landmark surgery in 360. Find out how the boys are recovering tonight at 10pm ET on @cnn.#tinyplanet#cnnvr
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The White House has banned cameras at some of its press briefings – so we sent courtroom sketch artist Bill Hennessy to capture the scene instead.
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Yes, President Trump went golfing earlier this month, and the reason we know it for sure is this video – which also inexplicably appears to show Trump driving all over the green -- a golf no-no. White House aides declined to say he hit the links, so for now, we have this. (Video by MikeNFrank on Twitter)
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A photograph by Khadija Saye, one of the residents who died in the fire that destroyed London's Grenfell Tower, is now on display at Tate Britain.
Tate Britain has displayed Saye's silkscreen print "Sothiou" (2017) in the gallery's memorial space and set up a fund in her name to help other artists pursue their passion.
Photo: Jealous Gallery and the studio of Nicola Green/Tate Britain via @CNNAfrica