Can't Miss Photos From This Week (July 14)
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Runners dodge out of the way of a rushing bull.
The city of Pamplona hosts its annual celebration of the festival of San Fermin. The event, which has pulled massive attendance numbers since being popularized by Ernest Hemingway, runs for eight days. This year at the running of the bulls, the final injury count ranges from 6 to 10, with no reported gorings.
Credit: AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos
Onlookers line the course of the race.
The Tour de France continues this week with its eighth through thirteenth stages. The 2,200-mile race begins this year in Dusseldorf, Germany, and ends on the Champs-Élysées. Of the 104 Tours, this is the 22nd to begin outside of France. Regardless which countries it runs through, the race route draws crowds the whole way.
Credit: AP Photo/Peter Dejong
King Felipe and Queen Letizia pose with their hosts at Buckingham Palace.
The king and queen of Spain begin a three day state visit to the United Kingdom with a banquet held at Buckingham Palace. They are greeted by Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Albert,
Credit: AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool
Japan's foreign minister strikes a pose with comedian Pikotaro in advance of UN song debut.
Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida works with Pikotaro, famous for his "pen-pineapple-apple-pen" video, to promote sustainable development at the UN. The comedian is brought on-board by the Foreign Ministry to compose a version of the "PPAP" song about sustainability.
Credit: AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko
A woman and her dog rest in the street after opposition moves to block the roads.
The protests in Venezuela continue against the Maduro government, further spurred by efforts to draft a new constitution. The opposition calls on protestors to block the roads in Caracas. Here a couch is moved into the middle of the street, and a woman and her dog relax as they protest the president.
Credit: AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos
Bosnian children view the coffins of Srebrenica victims.
71 victims are identified from the 1995 massacre of Muslim Bosniaks in Srebrenica. The victims' remains are brought to the capital of Sarajevo for public mourning and memorial, before they are due to be buried on the 22nd anniversary of the killings. They are buried at the Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial Center with the remains of over 6,000 other victims of the killings.
Credit: AP Photo/Amel Emric
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