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.

Image copyright Alex Mass

Alex Mass took this photograph of one of the revellers attending the annual "Tour de Fat" costumed bicycle parade in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. More than 25,000 people showed up on to help raise $80,000 for local cycling charities.

Image copyright Dave Powell

Nato leaders have been meeting in Newport in Wales this week for a two-day summit as the alliance faces a number of crises including Ukraine and Afghanistan. Thousands of people gathered to watch 22 military aircraft from nine countries fly over the area on Friday morning including Dave Powell who took this picture of the Red Arrows flying over Celtic Manor where the Nato summit was held.

Image copyright @BeesRun

There was an unlikely visitor to Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK when President Obama, who was in Wales to attend the Nato summit, stopped to greet a local family on his return home to the US, much to their equal delight and surprise.

Image copyright Andy Fernie

Andy Fernie took this photograph in Dartford of a Tall Ship heading up the Thames towards Greenwich, London, UK, for the regatta on September 6 2014.

Image copyright Marie Mbombo

Heavy rains near the city of Gima in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo made many roads impassable as Marie Mbomo's photograph shows.

Image copyright FELIX MUSSELL

On Saturday, a pro-NHS march from County Durham to London, England, ended in a rally in Trafalgar Square. Felix Mussell was there to support the demonstrators and took this image.

Image copyright David Spence

David Spence took this photo by Tyne bridge, Gateshead, England of Great North Run men's race winner Mo Farah. "It was a fantastic race and great to see so many people supporting so many charities", David said.

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