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Week in Pictures
The Week in Pictures: June 30 - July 7
Fireworks for the Fourth, world leaders and protesters gather at G-20, Iraqi forces push through ISIS-held Mosul and more.
Demonstrators are hit by police water cannons as they protest the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany on July 7, 2017.
Anti-globalization activists set dozens of cars ablaze and tried to block national delegations from entering the G-20 as the meeting got underway. Hundreds of officers built moving lines in different parts of Hamburg and used water cannons to force away protesters from streets across the city. Some were physically moved for hundreds of yards from a protest sit-in in front of the first security checkpoint near the summit grounds.
President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.
Trump pressed Putin about Russia's interference in the 2016 election when the two leaders met on the sidelines of the summit, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters Friday.
Fireworks explode over the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol and National Monument during Fourth of July celebrations in Washington.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, right, enjoys the beach with his family and friends at the governor's summer house on July 3 at Island Beach State Park in New Jersey — one of the numerous closed parks and beaches closed by a government shutdown.
Christie defended his visit to the shore, saying that he had previously announced his plans to vacation at the state-owned governor's beach house and that the media had simply "caught a politician keeping his word."
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts with scientists and technicians of the DPRK Academy of Defense Science after the test-launch of the intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 in a photo released on July, 5.
North Korea's test-launch Tuesday of an unarmed ballistic missile that for the first time demonstrated the range needed to reach U.S. soil. The ICBM was launched on a lofted trajectory so that it fell short of Japan. U.S. analysts calculated that if it is launched on a standard attack trajectory, the missile could reach Alaska. With further testing, they say, North Korea will achieve even longer ranges.
Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines fights Jeff Horn of Australia during the WBO welterweight world title fight in Brisbane, Australia on July 2.
In a contentiously bitter loss, Pacquiao lost the WBO belt. The 11-time world champion was a favorite in the 'Battle of Brisbane,' but Horn got a unanimous points decision in his first world title fight — delighting the 51,052-strong crowd.
President Donald Trump talks to the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan as German Chancellor Angela Merkel walks past them before the beginning of the first working session of the Group of 20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7.
Opposition lawmakers Luis Stefanelli and Leonardo Regnault react after a group of government supporters burst into Venezuela's opposition-controlled National Assembly during a session in Caracas, Venezuela on July 5.
Pro-government militias wielding wooden sticks and metal bars stormed congress on Wednesday, attacking opposition lawmakers during a special session coinciding with Venezuela's independence day.
The relative of a juvenile offender reacts as police block a road during a riot at Las Gaviotas juvenile detention center in Guatemala City, Guatemala on July 3.
Authorities in Guatemala have regained control at a juvenile detention facility that was hit by rioting after two teenage inmates apparently committed suicide.
Fleeing Iraqi civilians walk past the heavily damaged al-Nuri mosque as Iraqi forces continue their advance against ISIS militants in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq on July 4.
As Iraqi forces continued to advance on the last few hundred square kilometers of Mosul held by ISIS, the country's Prime Minister said Tuesday the gains show Iraqis reject terrorism.
An injured girl is carried to receive medical assistance as Iraqi forces continue their advance against ISIS militants in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq, on July 3.
Civilians trying to flee get undressed to be checked for explosives after suicide bombers exploded as Iraqi forces continue their advance against ISIS militants in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq on July 3.
Hours earlier, two female suicide bombers hiding among fleeing civilians had struck Iraqi forces, killing at least one soldier and wounding five others.
In their months-long battle for the country's second largest city, Iraqi soldiers have had to contend with booby traps, snipers and suicide car bombs, all while trying to spare the lives of the tens of thousands of civilians who remain in the city.
Two men are detained along with a suspected ISIS fighter, center, to be questioned in a basement as Iraqi forces continue their advance against ISIS militants in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq on July 3, 2017. The two men were released.
Recaptured inmates of the Juvenile Correctional Center Gaviotas talk with reporters as they wait to be taken to a court, aboard a bus in Guatemala City, on July 3.
A man crosses a flooded road covered in fallen rocks after torrential rain in Hita, Japan on July 5.
At least two people have been killed and 18 others are missing in huge floods that are surging through southern Japan, with authorities warning hundreds of thousands of people to flee.
A man carries his belongings on his head during the evacuation of a makeshift camp used by migrants and refugees at Porte de la Chapelle, northern Paris, on July 7, one of several camps sprouting up around the French capital.
Paris authorities evicted nearly 2,800 migrants Friday, as Europe contends with an upsurge in new arrivals crossing the Mediterranean.
Soldiers watch fireworks in Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea on July 6, to celebrate the test launch of North Korea's first intercontinental ballistic missile two days earlier.
The missile launch created a new reality for the U.S. and its South Korean and Japanese allies, which already are in range of the North's missiles. Beyond the nuclear threat, the North also is believed to have chemical and biological weapons.
A model presents a creation by a local designer during a fashion show at a horse race in Durban, on July 1.
President Donald Trump and White House aide Keith Schiller react after a lamp was bumped by press before a meeting with South Korea's President Moon Jae-in in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on June 30.
Schiller caught it before it fell. A large contingent of U.S. and South Korean media members had been jostling to get video and photos of the two leaders."You guys are getting worse," said Trump to the press. He later joked that "it's actually a very friendly press."
France's President Emmanuel Macron reviews troops at the end of a military ceremony, at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris on June 30.