In Pics: What made headlines across the world

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Sept 30: Several world leaders including US President Barack Obama, former US President Bill Clinton, Prince Charles and others gathered to attend the funeral of former Israeli president Shimon Peres. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed Peres as a "great man of the world".

Leaders from over 70 countries attended Peres' funeral even as hundreds of supporters came to pay their respects to him. Peres died early on Wednesday from complications from a stroke.he was 93-years-old.

In other news, a day after India said that it conducted surgical strike along the LoC, Pakistan lawmakers rubbished the claims and said it was firing from both the sides across the LoC.

Here are some images from across the world that made headlines:

Bill Clinton pays tribute to Shimon Peres

Former US President Bill Clinton pays respects by the coffin of former Israeli President Shimon Peres at the Knesset plaza in Jerusalem. Peres died at the age of 93.

Pakistan denies surgical strike by India

Pakistani lawmakers leave the Parliament in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan dismissed Indian military reports that it had carried out strikes against terrorist launch pads inside the Pakistan-controlled part of Kashmir.

Hamid Ansari arrives in Mali

Vice President M Hamid Ansari receives a ceremonial welcome at Bomako airport in Mali on Thursday.

Cluster bombs being inspected in Idlib, Syria

U.S. and Russia escalated their war of words over Syria as government forces kept up their assault on Aleppo's rebel-held quarters and registered tenuous gains.

Barack Obama meets Simon Biles

President Barack Obama leans over to speak to US Olympics gymnast Simone Biles in the East Room the White House during a ceremony where he honored members of the 2016 United States Summer Olympic and Paralympic Teams.

The Royal family enjoys a tea party

Britain's Prince William, and his wife Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, take part in a tea party with their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia.

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