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:
Monday marked 100 years since Britain entered World War One. This picture was sent by Malcolm and Sheelagh Golding, Mayenne, France.
A candle-lit vigil at Westminster Abbey and a "lights out" event concluded a day of ceremonies. Paul Cooper from Newbury sent us this photo.
Bristol's four-day International Balloon Fiesta began on Thursday. This photo of a collection of illuminated balloons was taken by Sam Astall, Bristol.
Sharon Parker from Hanham near Bristol took this shot of a dragon hot air balloon which featured at the same event.
This week parts of Hawaii have been affected by Tropical Storm Iselle. Jason Byrne from Hawaii sent us this photo of an empty bottled-water section at a supermarket in Honolulu.
Alicia Giuffria took this image in Hilo, Hawaii. She said she and John Hunter [pictured]: "were very lucky here - the storm passed just below us."
In the UK, Pauline Marsh captured this shot of a resident using an alternative means of transport to get around on Saturday in Oakington, Cambridgeshire.
"The Environment Agency have fitted flood defences to several properties which appear to be working well so far," says Pauline: "There are some roads that haven't flooded in the last 30 years but have flooded this time."
Tens of thousands of people have taken part in a rally for Gaza in London on Saturday. Richard Wilson who took this photo was among the protesters: "The atmosphere was peaceful and friendly. There was a palpable sense of unity, based on our common humanity."
This image from Trevor Hannant captured the Red Arrows flying over Edinburgh Castle on Saturday as part of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo celebrations.
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