The Week in Pictures: July 7 - 14
Runners dodge Pamplona bulls, wildfires threaten California, a Michigan Mud King is crowned and more.
Palestinians play volleyball on the beach as the sun sets over Gaza City on July, 13, 2017.
The children of slain New York City police officer Miosotis Familia, twins Peter and Delilah Vega and Genesis Villella, embrace during their mom's funeral at the World Changers Church in the Bronx, New York on July 11, 2017. Familia was writing in her memo book at the end of her shift early last Wednesday when a gunman walked up to the police vehicle where she was sitting and fired.
A sea of police in blue uniforms filled the theater and the street outside to pay tribute to the 12-year officer and former health care worker, who was later buried at a nearby cemetery.
A bull enters the ring as a group of runners protect themselves as they lay on the ground at the end of the seventh bull run of the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain on July 13.
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Brian Wilson, 10, of Redford, smiles after he was crowned Mud Day King at Wayne County's annual event at Nankin Mills Park on July 11 in Westland, Michigan. Mud Day takes place in a 75' x 150' giant pit that gives children the opportunity to get down and dirty at one of the messiest playgrounds Southeast Michigan has ever seen.
French President Emmanuel Macron, left, shakes hands with U.S President Donald Trump as first lady Melania Trump watches after the Bastille Day military parade on the Champsees Avenue in Paris on July 14. France's annual Bastille Day parade turned into an event high on American patriotism this year, marked by a warm embrace between Trump and his French counterpart.
Firefighters Steven Baldock, Kristopher Garayalde, and Scott Crumrine remove a flag as flames from a fire approach a home in Oroville, California on July 8, 2017.
After five years of severe drought, the first major wildfires raged across the state. The Butte County wildfire swept through grassy foothills and destroyed 10 structures, including homes, and led to several minor injuries. The blaze was one of three in California that grew quickly as much of the state baked in heat that broke records.
Airstrikes target ISIS positions on the edge of the Old City a day after Iraq's prime minister declared "total victory" in Mosul, Iraq on July 11.
Iraq's federal police members wave Iraq's national flag as they celebrate in the Old City of Mosul on July 9, after the government's announcement of the "liberation" of the embattled city.
Fleeing Iraqi civilians sit inside a house as they wait to be taken out of the Old City during fighting between Iraqi forces and ISIS militants in Mosul, Iraq on July 8.
Boys run next to a toy bull during the "Little Bull Run" at the San Fermin Festival, in Pamplona, Spain on July 10.
A demonstrator is taken into custody by U.S. Capitol Police as activists protest against the Republican health care bill outside the offices of Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas on July 10 on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Cyclists ride past a sunflower field during the 10th stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Perigueux and Bergerac, France on July 11.
A horse runs from burning grasslands in the Long Valley fire near Doyle, California on July 13. Timber and brush parched from a years-long dry spell and thick grass that grew after drought-busting winter downpours are making for early and unpredictable wildfire behavior that California officials haven't seen for years, if at all.
Crews were making progress against dozens of wildfires across California, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
An ethnic Uyghur woman waits for customers at her fruit stand on June 27 in the old town of Kashgar, in the far western Xinjiang province, China. Kashgar has long been considered the cultural heart of Xinjiang for the province's nearly 10 million Muslim Uyghurs.
This image was released by Getty Images this week.
A nearly full moon rises over the Temple of Poseidon, the ancient Greek god of the seas, in Cape Sounion, east of Athens on July 8.
Robert Kyagulani, commonly known as Bobi Wine, waves to his supporters moments after being sworn in as a Ugandan Member of Parliament on July 11. Musician turned politician, Bobi Wine is a critic of President Museveni and has amassed huge public support which won him a seat in parliament by an overwhelming majority.
Members of the Orange Order and their supporters take part in the Twelfth of July parade on July 12, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The controversial flashpoint has seen many outbreaks of serious public disorder in the past due to contentious parades.
The parade passed off peacefully with no nationalist protesters lining the Orangemen's route past the interface, a move which many political commentators regard as progress between the two communities.
The annual 12th of July parades mark the anniversary of the protestant King William of Orange's victory over the Catholic forces of King James at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690.
Two men raise a Confederate battle flag on the South Carolina Statehouse grounds July 10 in Columbia, South Carolina. The ceremony was timed to mark the second anniversary of the state’s decision to remove the Civil War banner.
The flag-raising was also a protest against recent moves by lawmakers in Southern cities like New Orleans and elsewhere to remove Confederate monuments from the public areas where they have stood for decades.
President Donald Trump exits his car as he arrives for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace in Paris on July 13. Trump will be the parade's guest of honor to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I. U.S. troops will open the parade Friday as is traditional for the guest of honor.
Young visitors view a 4-week-old baby elephant as it meets the public for the first time at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium's in Pittsburgh on July 7.
A blue whale skeleton is displayed in its main entrance of the Natural History Museum in London on July 13. The museum suspended the gigantic skeleton to draw attention to the vanishing species in an environment under strain.
Scientists named the 82-foot whale Hope,' recognizing the role of science in safeguarding the environment. The immense creature seems to fly over the atrium and its visitors — a visible reminder of nature's power.