A hamerkop tosses a toad in its mouth at Kruger National Park in South Africa on Monday, July 11.
Fire damage is seen from a Colorado National Guard Blackhawk helicopter after four days battling a blaze outside Nederland on Tuesday, July 12. As of Wednesday, the fire had destroyed eight homes since breaking out the previous Saturday and was 25% contained.
Wreckage is seen on Wednesday, July 13, the day after a head-on collision between two trains near Andria, in the southern Italian region of Puglia.
Britain's Prince George attends the Royal International Air Tattoo, the world's largest military airshow, in Fairford, England, on Friday, July 8.
A man helps a women climb onto a building after flooding in China's Hubei province on Friday, July 8.
Solar Impulse 2 flies over pyramids in Cairo on Wednesday, July 13. The experimental solar-powered airplane arrived in Egypt as part of its global voyage.
A molded wax and cloth figure of Saint Felicitas of Rome lies inside a display case at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City on Friday, July 8. High definition digital x-ray technology is giving researchers their first glimpse at the interiors of centuries-old life-size religious reliquaries representing Catholic saints. The figure has a glass window embedded in the chest to reveal bone fragments.
Spectators jump into water during a traditional running of the bulls event called "Bous a la mar," or "Bull to the sea," on Denia Harbor in Spain on Saturday, July 9.
The Tenors, shown on the scoreboard, perform the Canadian National Anthem before the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego on Tuesday, July 12. A member of the Canadian singing quartet changed a lyric in the anthem and held up a sign proclaiming "All Lives Matter" during a pregame performance.
A tiger licks a block of ice and lumps of frozen meat at the Bioparco zoo in Rome on Wednesday, July 13, as it tries to cool off in the searing heat.
Indian police clash with Kashmiri protesters in Srinagar on Monday, July 11.
Sailors stand on the Mexican boat Cuauhtemoc in the port of Brest, France, on Wednesday, July 13, during the first day of the Brest 2016 Maritime Festival, an event that celebrates traditional sailing and brings together ships from around the world.
Couples tango in the street in Buenos Aires on Tuesday, July 12. Tango and milonga dance room owners protested the rise of up to 400% in gas and electricity bills, arguing they might have to close their businesses because of the increases.
Shrine parishioners hold memorial torches to purify the path for portable shrines during the Kumano Nachi Fire Festival on Thursday, July 14, in Wakayama, Japan. The annual festival originated 1,500 years ago and attracts about 8,000 people.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attend the delivery of royal offices of employment at the military academy in Zaragoza, Spain, on Thursday, July 14.