Africa's top shots: 9-14 July 2016

A selection of photos from across the African continent this week:

Fisherman on Lake Kivu in Goma. Image copyright AFP
Image caption On Tuesday fishermen start work early on Lake Kivu in Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo...
Woman carry a large tray of small fish in the street in Goma Image copyright AFP
Image caption Later in the day, a woman tries to sell the catch.
Children smile for the camera ahead of AIDS2016 event in South Africa Image copyright Reuters
Image caption On Wednesday, children at the Nkosi's Haven Orphange were preparing for the launch of the AIDS2016 event in Johannesburg in South Africa.
Ethiopian cyclist competing in the Tour de France Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption Ethiopian Cyclist Tsgabu Gebremaryam Grmay took a tumble on Wednesday at stage 11 of the Tour de France.
Longest cable-stayed bridge in Africa named the 'Mohammed VI Bridge' Image copyright AFP
Image caption The Mohammed VI Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in Africa and stretches over the Bouregreg valley connecting the Moroccan cities of Rabat and Sale.
Pokeman Go mania in Nigeria with two young men walking between buses whilst playing the game on their mobile phones Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption On Thursday software developer Timi Ajiboye (R) plays the new Pokemon Go application in Lagos, even though the game has not been officially launched in Nigeria yet.
Young Senegalese children playing baseball, Image copyright AFP
Image caption Also on Thursday, a group of football-loving Senegalese children try their hand at baseball with the guidance of young a Japanese aid worker in Dakar.

Photos courtesy of AFP/Getty Images and Reuters

Correction 21 July 2016: An image that was added in error to this gallery has been removed.

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