New Greek MPs sworn in, rain brings down temperature in Delhi, and other news in pictures

New lawmakers of Greece's Parliament were sworn in on Wednesday after July 7 elections that saw a broad conservative victory end over four years of leftist rule. New Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis' new conservative government has made boosting sluggish growth a priority, powered by tax cuts and accompanied by privatisation deals.

1.45 pm: Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrives to attend a swearing-in ceremony of the newly-elected lawmakers at the Greek parliament in Athens, Greece, July 17, 2019. Photo: Reuters
12.45 pm: Rain brought down the temperature in New Delhi on Wednesday. Photo: Sandeep Saxena
11.40 am: A view of the flooded Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, which has the highest concentration of one-horned rhinos and also called 'Mini Kaziranga', situated 40 km east of Guwahati, on Wednesday, July 17,. 2019.
10.45 am: Members of the Left parties during a protest against the proposed sale of public sector undertakings, in New Delhi on Wednesday. Photo: Sandeep Saxena
9.15 am: A view of a partial lunar eclipse as seen from Salem city in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday early morning, July 17, 2019. Photo: E. Lakshmi Narayanan
8.00 am: North Koreans perform during a mass game performance of "The Land of the People" at the May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. Photo: AP

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