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A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.

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Image caption, On Wednesday, children run past a mural by artist Senzart911 in Soweto, South Africa.

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Image caption, Sculptures frame a view of Egypt’s Giza Pyramids on Saturday, where works by 10 international artists are on show as part of an arts festival.

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Image caption, A priceless bronze statue that was looted by British troops in 1897 from the Kingdom of Benin, in present-day Nigeria, is handed over to Nigerian officials on Wednesday.

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Image caption, The day before, a museum in Paris displays these palace doors stolen from the 19th Century Kingdom of Dahomey, ahead of their return to Benin.

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Image caption, This boy joins others planting tree seedlings in a deforested area inside Kenya’s Mau Forest on Saturday.

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Image caption, On the same day in Burkina Faso, the Fespaco film festival’s Golden Stallion of Yennenga trophy is carefully carried on stage – it was awarded to Somali-Finish director Khadar Ahmed for his feature The Gravedigger’s Wife.

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Image caption, Nigerian-born actress Yvonne Orji and Issa Rae – whose father is Senegalese – attend the premiere for the final series of their TV show Insecure, on Friday in Los Angeles.

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Image caption, Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga shares a moment with her husband Olaf Koschke in Frankfurt on Sunday, where she was awarded the German Book Trade’s Peace Prize. In her acceptance speech she calls for a “new Enlightenment”.

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Image caption, A rescued lion is taken from Russia to Tanzania on Tuesday for rehabilitation.

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Image caption, Damage and debris is left behind on Saturday after deadly flooding in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

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Image caption, And on Tuesday, thousands of outraged citizens continue their protests against the military coup in Sudan, where a mass demonstration has been called for Saturday.

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