Mumbai was flooded with torrential rain, while temperatures in Delhi continued to soar, with a slight relief on Sunday morning, Lalit Modi and Sushma Swaraj remained under the spot. Internationally, the Taliban and ISIS exchanged letters, while Charlestin shooting raised questions over racism in the United States.

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A Syrian refugee reacts as he waits behind border fences to cross into Turkey at Akcakale border gate in Sanliurfa province, Turkey. Reuters/Umit Bektas

People look at a man, who residents said was killed by al Qaeda militants, hanging on a bridge in Yemen's southeastern city of Mukalla. Al Qaeda militants in Yemen killed two alleged Saudi spies, accusing them of planting tracking devices which enabled the assassination of the group's leader in a suspected U.S. drone strike last week. Source. Reuters/Stringer

Palestinians, not permitted by Israeli security forces to cross into Jerusalem from the West Bank due to an age limit, climb over a section of the controversial Israeli barrier as they try to make their way to attend the first Friday prayer of Ramadan in Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, in the village of Al-Ram, near Ramallah. Source: Reuters/Mohamad Torokman

One flag. One leadership. One letter. One religion. The letter from Taliban to ISIS. Source: vocativ.com

A woman attends Ramadan tara with prayer at Istiqlal mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia. Source: Reuters/Nyimas Laula

The Pope too wanted a revolution to combat with the climatic change. Source: mercatornet.com

Protesters are hit by a petrol bomb during a demonstration called for by students and teachers in downtown Santiago, Chile.Source: Reuters/Andres Stapff

Sushma Swaraj with former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi during an IPL match in New Delhi. Source: PTI/Files

A crowd gathers outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church following a prayer vigil nearby in Charleston, South Carolina, two days after a mass shooting left nine dead during a bible study at the church.Source: Reuters/Brian Snyder

A hippopotamus walks across a flooded street in Tbilisi, Georgia. At least five people died and several were missing as a result of heavy rainfall and floods overnight in the Georgian capital Tbilisi, Georgian news agencies reported. Animals from the city's zoo including tigers, lions, bears and wolves escaped from cages damaged by the rainfall. Source:Reuters/Beso Gulashvili

Former Florida Governor and Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush shares a laugh with women outside a shop before speaking at a campaign event in Pella, Iowa. Source: Reuters/Joshua Lott

Performers take part in the re-enactment of "The French Attack" battle as part as the bicentennial celebrations for the Battle of Waterloo, in Waterloo, Belgium.Source Reuters/Yves Herman

Zimbabwe has a new dollar exchange rate. $1 for 35,000,000,000,000,000 local dollars. Source: Reuters

Republican presidential candidate, real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump holds up his financial statement showing his net worth as he formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during an event at Trump Tower in New York. Reuters/Brendan McDermid