Top photos of the day: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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From the archives:On this date 33 years ago, Prince Charles planted one on Princess Diana after their wedding. | AP Photo

A selection of some of the best photographs from around the world:

A woman sits in an alley in Weijian village, in China’s Henan province. The top one percent of households in Communist-ruled China control more than one third of the country’s wealth, while the bottom 25 percent control just one hundredth, according to official media. | Getty Images

Family and friends of Israeli soldier Barkai Yishai Shor mourn during his funeral in Jerusalem, Israel. Shor was one of five soldiers killed by Hamas militants in an attempted infiltration into Israel on Monday, via a cross-border tunnel from Gaza. | Getty Images

Silver medalist Laura Samuel of England (from left), gold medalist Kimberly Williams of Jamaica and bronze Ayanna Alexander of Trinidad and Tobago celebrate after the Women’s Triple Jump final at Hampden Park during day six of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, United Kingdom. | Getty Images

Vinesh of India (red) beats Yana Rattigan of England in the 48kg Freestyle Wrestling Gold medal match at Scottish Exhibition And Conference Centre during day six of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, United Kingdom. | Getty Images

A general view is seen as a competitor races in the Men’s Cross-country Mountain Biking at Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike Trails during day six of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, United Kingdom. | Getty Images

Twelve-year-old Mayeli Hernandez wipes tears as she tells her story of escaping her home country of Honduras in July of 2013, due to increasing violence, during a hearing before the Congressional Progressive Caucus on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The caucus held a hearing titled “Kids First: Examining the Southern Border Humanitarian Crisis.” | Getty IMages

A woman is overcome with emotions as she prays at the National Mosque, Baitul Mukarram, during Eid al-Fitr in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. | Getty Images

A man and a woman who were fishing near section 36, the last remaining section of the old Lock and Dam 26 near Alton, Ill., call it quits Monday night, as the sun sets behind the dam segment. The remaining section, located in the Lincoln Shields Recreation Area in West Alton, Mo., is a monument to the once expansive concrete structure built in the 1930’s. Visitors can climb to the top and watch the Mississippi River. Lock and Dam 26 was removed with explosives in the early 1990’s as the main lock for the new Melvin Price Lock and Dam 26 was opened just downstream from the original. | AP Photo

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