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July 10 — Women take a selfie as Thai muslims attend Eid al-Adha prayers at the Foundation of the Islamic Centre of Thailand, in Bangkok, Thailand. In Saudi Arabia, about 1-million Muslims are expected to attend the 2022 hajj pilgrimage season after two years of major disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Picture: CHALINEE THIRASUPA/REUTERS
Picture: CHALINEE THIRASUPA/REUTERS

July 10 — People view the inside of the Presidential Palace in Colombo, Sri Lanka, after protesters stormed the building in their push for a new government to tackle high fuel prices and the country’s economic decline. 

July 10 — Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, presents the Wimbledon trophy to Serbia’s Novak Djokovic after he won the men’s singles final against Australia’s Nick Kyrgios in London, Britain.

Picture: MATTHEW CHILDS/REUTERS
Picture: MATTHEW CHILDS/REUTERS

July 11 — Police minister Bheki Cele speaks to Soweto residents after 16 people died in a mass shooting at Nomzamo Tavern. Another seven people were killed at the weekend in separate tavern killings in East London and Pietermaritzburg.

Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN

July 11 — A cow moves past a burning car that, according to officials, caught alight due to an electrical short circuit after it was stuck in a waterlogged road after heavy rains in Ahmadabad, India. 

Picture: AMIT DAVE/REUTERS
Picture: AMIT DAVE/REUTERS

July 12 — Crowds watch as a hearse carrying the body of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe leaves after his funeral at Zojoji Temple in Tokyo on Tuesday. Abe, who dominated politics as Japan’s longest-serving premier, was gunned down at a campaign rally last week.

Picture: ISSEI KATO/REUTERS
Picture: ISSEI KATO/REUTERS

July 12 — Nasa released more images from the powerful space-based James Webb Space Telescope, a revolutionary observatory designed to peer through the cosmos to the dawn of the universe. This landscape of “mountains” and “valleys” speckled with stars is the edge of a star-forming region called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula.

July 13 — A man pushes his street stand past a burning roadblock as anger mounted over fuel shortages that have intensified as a result of gang violence, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Picture: RALPH TEDY EROL/REUTERS
Picture: RALPH TEDY EROL/REUTERS

July 13 — People walk past lit paper lanterns during the Mitama Matsuri summer festival at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. About 30,000 lanterns are displayed during the four-day traditional festival. The controversial Shinto shrine is dedicated to the souls of about 2.5-million Japanese men, women and children who died in wars.

Picture: TOMOHIRO OHSUMI/GETTY IMAGES
Picture: TOMOHIRO OHSUMI/GETTY IMAGES

July 13 — A firefighting helicopter works to contain a wildfire in Leiria, Portugal. Residents fled as wildfires raged out of control during a heatwave.

Picture: RODRIGO ANTUNES/ REUTERS
Picture: RODRIGO ANTUNES/ REUTERS

July 13 — People walk by as the US and Israeli national flags are projected on a part of the walls surrounding Jerusalem's Old City.

Picture: AMMAR AWAD/REUTERS
Picture: AMMAR AWAD/REUTERS

July 13 — The full moon behind a lighthouse in Saint-Nazaire, France.

Picture: STEPHANE MAHE/REUTERS
Picture: STEPHANE MAHE/REUTERS

July 14 — Karolina Lea Vilhjalmsdottir of Iceland celebrates with teammates after scoring their team’s first goal during the Uefa Women’s Euro 2022 group D match between Italy and Iceland, at Manchester City Academy Stadium in Manchester, England.

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Picture: HARRIET LANDER/GETTY IMAGES

July 14 — Republican Guards ride their horses during the annual Bastille Day parade on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, France, on Thursday. In a televised interview to mark the day, President Emmanuel Macron called on the French to reduce their energy consumption to avoid a “difficult” winter, as Europe grapples with its worst energy supply crunch in decades mostly due to Russia’s war in Ukraine. 

Picture: SARAH MEYSSONNIER/REUTERS
Picture: SARAH MEYSSONNIER/REUTERS

July 14 — A woman walks past police officers as they stand guard, in anticipation of a national protest against the high cost of living, in Maputo, Mozambique.

Picture: GRANT NEUENBURG/REUTERS
Picture: GRANT NEUENBURG/REUTERS

July 14 — A protester holds a banner calling for Boris Johnson to be immediately removed from his current position as caretaker prime minister and Conservative Party leader, in London, England. Conservative MPs formally began their process of selecting a new leader this week.

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Picture: LEON NEAL/GETTY IMAGES

July 14  — Family and community members attend a memorial service of sixteen victims of the Nomzamo Tavern mass shooting, in Soweto. 

Picture: GALLO IMAGES/PAPI MORAKE
Picture: GALLO IMAGES/PAPI MORAKE

July 14 — A car and burnt house near Pombal in Portugal, after a forest fire swept across the central part of the country during a heatwave.

Picture: OCTAVIO PASSOS/GETTY IMAGES
Picture: OCTAVIO PASSOS/GETTY IMAGES

July 14 — Luke Thompson of SA surfs in heat three of the elimination round at the Corona Open J-Bay competition  at Jeffreys Bay in the Eastern Cape. 

Picture: ALAN VAN GYSEN/WORLD SURF LEAGUE
Picture: ALAN VAN GYSEN/WORLD SURF LEAGUE
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