In Pictures

Your week in pictures

You have been sending us your photos of news stories across the globe this week. Here is a selection of them:

As the 2014 World Cup in Brazil moves on, fans display their skills in and outside various stadium like this one did after the match between Colombia X Ivory Coast, at Brasilia's National Stadium on 19 June 2014. Photo: Marcio De Andrade.

Locals queue for petrol in the city of Soran in Iraqi-Kurdistan in a week that saw tensions continue to rise in the Middle East. "For two days there was no petrol and there hasn't been any since. The streets are looking a lot quieter, there is hardly any traffic. The queue was about 0.3 miles (0.5km) long and waiting time was said to be about three to four hours", says Shane Cordell who took the photo.

Crowds gather to watch the sun rise in the early hours of Saturday morning at Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England to celebrate Summer Solstice which marks the longest day in the year and the point at which the sun reaches its highest position in the sky. Photo by: Catherine Rolfe.

There was drama earlier in the week when London City Airport in England was evacuated leaving many people stranded on the runway. It turned out to be a false fire alarm. Photo: Christophe Wuyts.

A solitary military plane soars over a lighthouse in Donaghadee Harbour. The aerial display was one of a series of military events to celebrate Armed Forces Day in County Down, Northern Ireland. Photo by: Richard Beattie.

"King Felipe VI was giving his first speech to the nation as king. Many were waving Spanish flags", says Angela Bonilla who was among the crowds who gathered in Plaza Callao, Madrid, Spain to watch a live broadcast of the swearing-in ceremony.

Large crowds march through central London in England in the blazing sunshine in a protest against austerity measures. The march was organised by the People's Assemblies Network. Photo by: Sherie Ryder.

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