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'Strawberry Supermoon' rises over Dubai

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June's full moon, known as 'Strawberry Supermoon', rises behind a minaret in the Gulf emirate of Dubai. On June 14, the moon orbits closest to the earth, marking the last 'Supermoon' of the year. IMAGES

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