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The Week in Pictures: July 8 - 15
Heartbreak on Bastille Day in the French Riviera, powerful protests in Baton Rouge, a dog cafe debuts and more.
Protester Ieshia Evans is detained by law enforcement on July 9 near the headquarters of the Baton Rouge Police Department during protests over the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Sterling's death, followed by the fatal shooting of another black man, Philando Castile, 32, near St. Paul, Minnesota, revived a wave of protests in recent years over police treatment of minorities that has given rise to the Black Lives Matter movement.
A woman sits on ruins after typhoon Nepartak swept through Minqing county, Fujian province, China on July 10. Typhoon Nepartak lashed the Philippines, Taiwan and China, leaving at least eight people dead and causing widespread flooding and power outages.
An inmate with the Louisiana Department of Corrections is consoled by friends and family as they attend the funeral of Alton Sterling, who was shot dead by police, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on July 15.
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks beside his daughter Nancy Gwen, daughter Florence Rose Endellion, his wife Samantha Cameron and son Arthur Elwen outside 10 Downing Street in central London on July 13, before going to Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II.
A dog relaxes at a canine beach and bar in Crikvenica, Croatia on July 12. The first Croatian beach bar specifically designed for dogs opened in the northern Adriatic town, allowing pups and their owners to experience the joys of summertime together. Located at one of the few dog friendly beaches in the country, the bar's offerings include specially prepared ice cream, dog beer and snacks.
A body lies on the ground early on July 15 after a truck repeatedly plowed into a crowd celebrating the Bastille Day national holiday.
A truck loaded with weapons and hand grenades drove onto a sidewalk for more than a mile, plowing through Bastille Day revelers who'd gathered to watch fireworks in the French resort city of Nice late Thursday. At least 80 people were killed before police killed the driver, authorities said.
Wounded people are evacuated from the scene where a truck drove into a crowd during Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, France on July 14.
Police officers investigate the body of an alleged drug dealer, his face covered with packing tape and a placard reading "I'm a pusher," on a street in Manila on July 8. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on July 1 urged communist rebels to start killing drug traffickers, adding another layer to a controversial war on crime in which he has warned thousands will die.
A man carries Qurans he recovered inside the adamaged l-Aqsa mosque after an airstrike on the rebel held Al-Hilwaniyeh neighborhood in Aleppo, Syria on July 14.
Asal Ahmed, 4, is carried by her father at the scene of a massive suicide truck bomb attack in Karada, Iraq on July 9. Asal and her mother were badly burned as they shopped for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr. Iraq's deadliest single bombing in 13 years of war has turned the Baghdad district where it took place into the centerpiece in an increasingly bitter rivalry between the country's prime minister and Iranian-backed Shiite militias eager to hold sway over the city's most diverse and prosperous area.
Magnus Ahrens, 8, tosses a flower into the grave of his father, Dallas Police Sr. Cpl. Lorne Ahrens, at Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery on July 13 in Dallas. Ahrens was one of five police officers killed during protest in Dallas last Thursday.
The Week in Pictures: July 1 - 8