Palestinians mourn over the bodies of a family reportedly killed in an Israeli airstrike Monday, August 4, in the Jabaliya refugee camp in northern Gaza.
The week in 32 photos – In this photo released Wednesday, August 6, an elephant relieves an itch on a small car in South Africa's Pilanesberg National Park. The two passengers in the car were shaken up but not injured.
Farmers replant paddy samplings at a rice field on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, India, after monsoon rains on Wednesday, August 6.
The week in 34 photos – Dozens of commuters in Perth, Australia, work to rescue a man who got his leg trapped between a train and a platform on Wednesday, August 6. The passenger was able to wriggle free with their help.
Children play with foamy soap bubbles Sunday, August 3, during a fair honoring "Nuestra Senora de los Angeles" (Our Lady of the Angels) in the village of Las Pinedas near Cordoba, Spain.
An Atlantic puffin carries small fish in its beak to feed its chicks on Eastern Egg Rock, a small island off the coast of Maine, on Friday, August 1.
Activists in Kiev, Ukraine, clash with a police battalion in Independence Square on Thursday, August 7. Demonstrators had confronted city workers who were attempting to clear the square.
A woman with an umbrella crosses a street in Hanover, Germany, on Monday, August 4. This photo was taken through the rain-drenched window of a car.
Muhyettin Aksak, a lawmaker from the ruling AK Party in Turkey, punches Sinan Ogan of the Nationalist Movement Party during a debate in parliament Monday, August 4, in Ankara, Turkey. Three members of parliament were injured when the debate turned into an all-out fistfight, the Dogan News Agency reported, and the session was adjourned. During the debate, the parties were discussing whether to establish an inquiry into the Islamist militants fighting in neighboring Iraq and Syria.
Pilots John Klatt, bottom, and Jeff Boerboon fly their planes in formation above Seattle on Saturday, August 2. The two performed that weekend in the Boeing Seafair Air Show.
Palestinians look at an unexploded Israeli shell that landed on the main road outside the Gaza town of Deir al-Balah on Friday, August 1.
An aerial view shows houses cut off by monsoon floods Wednesday, August 6, in the Kendrapara District of eastern India. The annual monsoon season, which runs from June through September, is vital for the largely agrarian economies of South Asia, but it also brings floods and landslides that kill thousands and submerge hundreds of villages every year.
Buddhist monks and volunteers clean a Buddha statue that's nearly 50 feet tall Thursday, August 7, at Todaiji Temple in Nara, Japan.
A home is destroyed Tuesday, August 5, following a landslide in a hillside community of North Salt Lake, Utah. At least a dozen other homes have been evacuated.
A fisherman in China's Yangzhi County transports a dead whale shark, which had gotten caught in a fisherman's net, on Friday, August 1. According to local media, the shark weights more than 2 tons and is nearly 5 meters (16.4 feet) long.
A Pakistan Navy diver, attached to a rope from a helicopter, holds a dead body that was recovered during a search-and-rescue operation Friday, August 1, at Clifton Beach in Karachi, Pakistan. A day earlier, rescuers had recovered the bodies of more than two dozen men who had ventured into the rough Arabian Sea during the Eid holidays.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, inspects the Chonji Lubricant Factory in this undated picture released Tuesday, August 5, by North Korea's state-run news agency.
Opera singers perform during a dress rehearsal of Giuseppe Verdi's "Il trovatore" ("The Troubadour") on Monday, August 4, in Salzburg, Austria. The opera will premiere Saturday, August 9, as part of the annual Salzburg Festival.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe kicks a soccer ball during a meeting with soccer players Friday, August 1, in Brasilia, Brazil.
An entertainer dressed as the comic book character Penguin takes a photo of George Davis, who walked through New York's Times Square in the nude after giving a speech Wednesday, August 6. Davis, a candidate for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, was speaking out against a public nudity ban in San Francisco that was introduced by his opponent, Scott Wiener.
From left, French President Francois Hollande, Belgium's Queen Mathilde and Belgium's King Philippe attend a ceremony at the Cointe Inter-allied Memorial in Liege, Belgium, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I on Monday, August 4.
A man balances on a slackline at the cliffs of Stoja near Pula, Croatia, on Tuesday, August 5. The area is known for "deep water soloing," or free climbing over water.
Relatives of Alawite soldier Ali Khaddaaro, who was killed during clashes between Lebanese Army soldiers and Islamist militants in Arsal, Lebanon, mourn during his funeral Tuesday, August 5, in Akkar, Lebanon.
People dressed as German soldiers take part in a World War I re-enactment near the town of Smorgon, Belarus, on Friday, August 1.