The week in pictures

Here are the most captivating images taken in the past seven days.



An Indian widow smeared with colors play Holi at the Gopinath temple, in Vrindavan, 112 miles south-east of New Delhi.



A statue of Winston Churchill in front of the Houses of Parliament in London.



The historic Klaffenbach castle reflected in a rain drop in Chemnitz, Germany.



A man cries as he carries his daughter while walking from an ISIS-controlled part of Mosul towards Iraqi special forces.



A view of a section of the wall separating Mexico and the United States, in Tijuana, Mexico.



Seagulls and rock-fishing couple, Arie and Zakiyyah Widodo are sprayed by a large wave breaking against the rocks near an Australia beach.



Hindu devotees throw colored powder on each other inside Banke Bihari temple during Holi festival celebrations in India



A Pakistan army paratrooper jumps during the final of the Pakistan Sports League at the Gaddafi Stadium, in Lahore, Pakistan.



The stork at right chases away another stork from its nest in Biebesheim, south of Frankfurt, Germany.



A street performer dressed as an angel holds still, waiting to move only when a pedestrian tips him, in Santiago, Chile.



South Korea’s Lee Dae-ho is hit by a pitch during the second inning of their first round game of the World Baseball Classic in South Korea.



A rocket is launching as models present creations by designer Karl Lagerfeld as part of his Fall/Winter 2017-2018 collection during Paris Fashion Week.



Athletes throw shadows as they compete in the men’s 50 km race during the 2017 Nordic Skiing World Championships in Lahti, Finland.



Tourists ride camels in Merzouga, Morocco along what is called the route of a thousand kasbahs in the Atlas Mountains.



A large cloud of smoke rises during fighting between Iraqi security forces and ISIS militants as civilians walk toward Iraqi security forces.



Charred-stained dolls placed on a bed of charcoal are part of artists’ installation placed at the front gate of Presidential House, in remembrance of the victims of a fire at a youth shelter in Guatemala City.



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