Pictures from news today - 1st August 

Published: 01st August 2017 02:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd August 2017 02:37 PM  

No words for pain: Anti-government demonstrators attend a vigil in honor of those who have been killed during clashes between security forces and demonstrators in Caracas. Venezuelan President Maduro claimed victory in the controversial polls which was conducted for a new assembly to rewrite the constitution. (Photo | AP)
In vigil: Bolivarian National Guards stand guard infront of the National Assembly in Caracas as the clashes between the protestors and government going on. (Photo | AP)
Sleep in peace, Son: The parents carry the coffin of their son as they bury him at a cemetery in Rio de Janeiro. The Brazilian baby who was shot while still inside his mother’s womb has become a symbol of surging violence in the slums. (Photo | AP)
What? So many questions: White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders listens to a reporters question during the daily briefing in Washington. (Photo | AP)
A tiresome day, indeed: The child attending to an ailing relative was spotted resting amidst patients who were crammed into a single floor as renovation works are ongoing at Osmania General hospital in Hyderabad. (EPS | Vinay Madapu)
Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink: The waste dumped at Pallikaranai marshland in Tamil Nadu. (EPS |Sunish P Surendran)
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