Rain

Indian women protect themselves standing under tree during rain in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Monsoon rains, that lash India from June to September, are considered crucial for farmers whose crops feed millions of people.

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Indian women shelter under a tree during a downpour in Hyderabad, India, on Tuesday. Monsoon rains, which lash India from June to September, are considered crucial to farmers whose crops feed millions of people.

Indian women use umbrellas to shield themselves from rain as they walk next to a large field of tea shrubs at a tea garden near Binnaguri in the north eastern Indian state of Assam. Tea is indigenous to India which is the second largest producer in the world behind China.

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Tea pickers shield themselves from rain as they walk past a field of tea shrubs, at a garden near Binnaguri in the north eastern Indian state of Assam. Read more

A balloon-seller cycles along a street during wet weather in Beijing on June 7, 2013. More than two-thirds of Beijing's annual rainfall happens in June to August, breaking the city's otherwise dry and arid climate.

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A balloon-seller cycles along and a women takes a stroll on a wet Beijing street on Friday. More than two-thirds of the city’s annual rainfall falls in June to August, breaking the city’s otherwise dry and arid climate

A cat sits behind a rain covered window and watches the outside world on a rainy day in Berlin, Germany, Friday, May 31, 2013. (AP Photo/dpa, Wolfgang Kumm)

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A cat sits behind a rain covered window and watches the outside world on a rainy day in Berlin, Germany, on Friday Read more

A general view shows flooded fields near Hildesheim, Germany, 28Â May 2013. The flood waters caused by torrential rains were slowly retreating according to the fire department.

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Flooded fields near Hildesheim, Germany, on Tuesday. The flood waters caused by torrential rain were slowly retreating according to the fire department. Read more

An internally displaced Rohingya boy wraps himself with a sarong as he walks in rain at a makeshift camp for Rohingya people in Sittwe, northwestern Rakhine State, Myanmar, ahead of the arrival of Cyclone Mahasen, Tuesday, May 14, 2013. The U.N. said the cyclone, expected later this week, could swamp makeshift housing camps sheltering tens of thousands of Rohingya.  Myanmar state television reported Monday that 5,158 people were relocated from low-lying camps in Rakhine state to safer shelters. But far more people are considered vulnerable.

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A Rohingya boy wraps himself with a sarong as he walks in the rain at a makeshift camp for displaced Rohingya people in Sittwe, northwestern Rakhine, Myanmar, ahead of Cyclone Mahasen. The UN said the cyclone, expected later this week, could swamp makeshift housing camps sheltering tens of thousands of Rohingya.

Women collect water from a rain-water pond on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen

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Women collect water from a pond on the outskirts of Sanaa in Yemen

Clouds build up over the Victoria harbour before a storm in Hong Kong on April 30, 2013.

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Clouds build up over the Victoria harbour before a storm breaks in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Read more