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Week in pictures: 3-9 June 2017

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Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around the world this week.
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image captionAfter a bruising experience in the UK's general election, Theresa May left Downing Street to tell the Queen she would stay on as prime minister.
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image captionModels from four African countries - Senegal, Cameroon, Ghana and Zambia - took part in the African Fashion carnival in Lagos, showing off the best in contemporary African fashion.
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image captionSand artist Marc Treanor created a work on the North Beach at Tenby Harbour in Wales.
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image captionGraduates at the Medgar Evers College in the Brooklyn borough of New York City personalised their mortar boards for the ceremony.
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image captionFormer FBI director James Comey testified before the US Senate Intelligence Committee, describing a series of discussions he had with President Donald Trump before he was fired.
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image captionA member of the public passes flowers and tributes left for victims of the London Bridge terror attack in which eight people died.
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image captionIndonesian Muslims are seen shortly after Friday prayers, in the month of Ramadan, at Istiqlal mosque in Jakarta.
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image captionOn the Bermuda Sound, Groupama Team France skippered by Franck Gammas won their race during the qualifiers for the America's Cup.
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image captionBritish Normandy veteran Joe Cattini, 94, who was in the Herefordshire Yeomanry on Gold Beach on D-Day on 6 June 1944, poses for photographers in Ranville Cemetery as he joins commemorations for the 73rd anniversary of the landings.
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