The Week in Pictures: June 19 - 26

Airplanes perform aerobatics, a volcano spews hot lava, a newborn giraffe nuzzles his mother and more.

The Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls group starts to form a human tower called a "castell" during the Sant Joan festival at Plaza del Blat square in Valls, Spain, on June 24.

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Lava flows out of the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on the French island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean on June 21.

Richard Bouhet / AFP

Relatives mourn Ibrahim al-Arqan, a Palestinian member of Hamas' armed wing who died after an explosion caused the collapse of a tunnel the group had dug close to the border with Israel, in Gaza City on June 21.

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A young Chilean fan looks out onto the pitch before the group B World Cup soccer match between the Netherlands and Chile at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo on June 23.

Felipe Dana / AP

A surfer jumps off the pier into Port Phillip Bay to take advantage of the waves as a storm lashes the Melbourne, Australia area on June 24.

Mal Fairclough / AFP

Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots performs during day 3 of the Firefly Music Festival on June 21, in Dover, Del.

Theo Wargo / Getty Images North America

Harriet, a Masai giraffe, attends to her four-day-old calf at the San Diego Zoo on June 19. The male was born on June 16, standing 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 146 lbs. This is Harriet’s second calf; the little one’s father is Silver, the herd’s sire.

Ken Bohn / San DiegoSan Diego Zoo

Clint Dempsey of the U.S. knocks the ball into the net to score against Portugal during their 2014 World Cup Group G soccer match at the Amazonia arena in Manaus June 22. The U.S. tied Portugal 2-2.

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Andy Coulson, the former News of The World editor, departs the Old Bailey, London's main criminal court, on June 25 after the jury was discharged in his phone hacking trial. Coulson was found guilty of conspiracy to hack phones, but the jury was unable to come to a verdict on two additional charges.

The trial — one of the longest and most expensive in British history — was triggered by revelations that the Rupert Murdoch-owned News of the World had routinely eavesdropped on the voicemails of politicians, celebrities and others.

Ben A. Pruchnie / Getty Images Europe

Police patrol the area where a man was killed in a shooting in Naples, Italy, as fireworks from a local party light up the sky in the background on June 21.

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An Afghan refugee carries her child at a special medical camp organized by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees with the coordination of Pakistan Medical Dental Association to mark World Refugees Day in Islamabad on June 20. The UNHCR said there were 51.2 million forcibly displaced people at the end of 2013, a full six million higher than the previous year.

Farooq Naeem / AFP

The Aerobatic Yakkers fly YAK-52 airplanes during the Bucharest International Air Show at Baneasa airport on June 22.

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