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Week in Pictures
The Week in Pictures: July 1 - 8
Police shootings shake the nation, Clinton visits a Trump vestige, selifies with bulls and more.
A man dressed walks through a dining area before Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest at Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York on July 4, 2016.
Members of the public and models showcase outfits from local South African designers during the pre-race fashion show on the Greyville Race Course in Durban on July 2.
The Durban July horse race is the biggest horse racing event on the African continent and a high social event where South African celebrities dress up and watch the race. It attracts close to 100,000 spectators and bets are placed in excess of $30 million.
Cameron Sterling, son of Alton Sterling, is comforted by hands from the crowd at a vigil outside the Triple S convenience store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on July 6. Alton Sterling, 37, was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police outside the store where he was selling CDs.
The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, rides a horse as he parades with his entourage and musicians on the streets of Kano, northern Nigeria on July 6, during the Durbar Festival celebrating the Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the Islamic holy fasting month of Ramadan.
A reveler is tossed as he tries to get a photo next to a bull in the bullring after the running of the bulls in the 2016 San Fermin fiestas in Pamplona, Spain on July 7. Revelers from around the world kicked off the festival in the Pamplona town square, one day before the first of eight days of the running of the bulls.
An Iraqi man searches for the bodies of victims of a suicide-bombing attack in Baghdad's Karada neighborhood on July 4. A suicide truck bomb in downtown Baghdad killed 292 people who were out shopping and celebrating early Sunday ahead of the holiday marking the end of Ramadan, security and medical officials said.
Karada is a major commercial area lined with clothing and jewelry stores, restaurants and cafes, and was packed with shoppers ahead of Wednesday's Eid al-Fitr holiday marking the end of Ramadan. Most of the victims were inside a multi-story shopping and amusement mall, where dozens burned to death or suffocated, police said.
Iraqi women wait to hear about family members who went missing after a car bomb hit Karada, a busy shopping district in the center of Baghdad on July 3.
A Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officer gets comforted at the Baylor University Hospital emergency room entrance on July 7 in Dallas.
Five Dallas police officers were fatally shot and seven others wounded during a protest over the deaths of black men killed by police this week in Louisiana and Minnesota — the deadliest day for U.S. law enforcement since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Visitors gather outside Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky on July 5. A 510-foot-long, $100 million Noah's ark attraction built by Christians who say the biblical story really happened opened in Kentucky this week. The ark is built based on dimensions in the Bible. Inside are museum-style exhibits: displays of Noah's family along with rows of cages containing animal replicas, including dinosaurs.
A woman looks across as a gay parade participant poses for pictures during Gay Pride parade in Madrid, Spain on July 2. Hundreds of thousands of people defied high temperatures and relative security concerns and turned out in Madrid to march in Saturday's LGTB Pride parade, one of the biggest in Europe, along the streets of the Spanish capital, just three weeks after members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community were tragically victimized in a shooting massacre at a United States nightclub.
A Dallas police officer takes a moment as she guards an intersection in the early morning after a shooting in downtown Dallas, on July 8. At least two snipers opened fire on police officers during protests in Dallas on Thursday night; some of the officers were killed, police said.
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