From Barcelona to Pakistan: images of the week – archive, 12 July 2017

Guardian and Observer journalists contributed hundreds of images to showcase the biggest international stories of the week. News came from throughout the world, and even the climate protest was shown.

Jimmy Cliff in Barcelona, Spain | jimmy-cliff-in-barcelona. Photograph: Ullstein Bild/Getty Images

Turkish tanks roll past demonstrators during a military operation to take over the Syrian town of Afrin. Photograph: OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images

The US House Foreign Affairs Committee examines draft legislation to impose sanctions on Iran, North Korea and Russia. Photograph: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images

Cycling fans watch the action at the British Tour de France, from left, wearing blue, yellow and red, wearing white with yellow trim and yellow with red trim – ie, racing jerseys – in Saint Gervais sur Lignon, Switzerland. Photograph: JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images

At a rally against rising water levels in New Orleans, Emma Boon, 7, sits next to her sister Adeline, 5, both wearing local “Keep It Clean” buttons. Photograph: Bill Haber/AP

The wild bull Gioanni celebrates at the finishing line at a bull run in San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain. Photograph: Andres Kudacki/AP

Egyptian Christians walk through the ruins of Saint Mark’s Church in al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt. The church was one of the six churches destroyed by Islamic militants last month. Photograph: Hassan Ammar/AP

Pakistani tribesmen surround a Chinese construction vehicle in a village in Gilgit-Baltistan, northern Pakistan. The vehicle was on a construction site where workers were laying pipeline for China’s largest investment project in Pakistan, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Photograph: Arif Ali/AP

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