The week in 33 photos

Published 6:39 AM ET, Fri July 22, 2016
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Donald Trump, the Republican Party's presidential nominee, delivers a speech Thursday, July 21, at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. "I have had a truly great life in business," he said. "But now, my sole and exclusive mission is to go to work for our country -- to go to work for you. It's time to deliver a victory for the American people." John Moore/Getty Images
Turkish soldiers surrender on Istanbul's Bosphorus Bridge after a failed coup attempt on Saturday, July 16. At least 246 people were killed and more than 1,500 were injured in violence that broke out the night before. Thousands have been detained, and the country is now locked in a three-month state of emergency. Stringer/Getty Images
The Rev. Jesse Jackson consoles Alton Sterling's son, Cameron, at Sterling's funeral in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Friday, July 15. Sterling, 37, was fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge on July 5, and federal authorities are investigating what happened. Vigils and memorials spread across the country after cell phone video of the shooting was shared widely on social media. Sean Gardner/Getty Images
A man looks at a makeshift memorial in Nice, France, where a man deliberately drove a truck into a crowd, killing 84 people on Bastille Day. Authorities say the man plotted his attack for months with "support and accomplices." David Ramos/Getty Images
Nature calls as the Danish royal family poses for media photos on Friday, July 15. Patrick Van Katwijk/DPA/ZUMA
Melania Trump, wife of presidential candidate Donald Trump, delivers a speech Monday, July 18, at the Republican National Convention. "If you want someone to fight for you and your country, I can assure you, he's the guy," she said of her husband. Afterward, it was revealed that passages of the speech had been taken from Michelle Obama's 2008 speech at the Democratic National Convention. A speechwriter identified herself as the person responsible for the plagiarism, and she offered her resignation. The Trumps did not accept. "She made a mistake ... we all make mistakes," Donald Trump told ABC News. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
A boy who was wounded in a bombing is carried in Aleppo, Syria, on Sunday, July 17. Aleppo has been a major battlefield in Syria since 2010, with fierce fighting between rebel groups and regime forces. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Migrants sit on a dinghy Tuesday, July 19, waiting to be rescued in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya. Europe's migration crisis in 25 photos Santi Palacios/AP Images
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton uses a phone bearing her likeness as she takes selfies with supporters in Las Vegas on Tuesday, July 19. Andrew Harnik/AP Images
Police block a highway in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after a man killed three law enforcement officers and wounded three others on Sunday, June 17. The ambush came nearly two weeks after the police shooting of Alton Sterling, a black Baton Rouge resident, and officials said police were targeted because of it. Courtesy of Seyi Fadamiro
Papuan student Obi Kogoya screams as he is taken down by police while trying to join a protest in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, on Friday, July 15. Pro-independence sentiment runs high in Papua, which sits on the western end of the New Guinea island. Suryo Wibowo/AFP/Getty images
Henry VIII's warship, the Mary Rose, is seen after a revamp Tuesday, July 19, in Portsmouth, England. The ship, which sank in 1545, was raised from the Solent strait in 1982. Olivia Harris/Getty Images
A man wears a costume as he walks in San Francisco with other "Pokemon Go" players on Wednesday, July 20. The mobile game has been a sensation for its company, Nintendo. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Images
An X-ray sheet shows pellet injuries on 14-year-old Insha Malik as a relative sits by her hospital bed in Srinagar, India, on Wednesday, July 20. Insha was hit by pellets while watching a protest. Dozens of people were killed and hundreds were injured after protests erupted in the disputed region of Kashmir earlier this month. Mukhtar Khan/AP Images
People in Ankara, Turkey, try to stop tanks during the country's failed coup attempt on Saturday, July 16. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had called on Turks to take to the streets to show their support for the government. AP Images
A pyrotechnician holds a bamboo cylinder containing fireworks during the Gion Festival in Toyohashi, Japan, on Friday, July 15. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images
Waseem Azeem, the brother of social media star Qandeel Baloch, is pictured with police after his arrest in Multan, Pakistan, on Sunday, July 17. He confessed to killing his 25-year-old sister because he said she was "bringing dishonor" to the family. Qandeel referred to herself as a "modern-day feminist" and had nearly 750,000 followers on Facebook. Asim Tanveer/AP Images
A boy jumps into the sea during a hot day in Barcelona, Spain, on Tuesday, July 19. Manu Fernandez/AP Images
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson listens as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during a news conference in London on Tuesday, July 19. The two met to discuss the world's most pressing issues and to reaffirm the two countries' oft-vaunted "special relationship" in the face of the UK's decision to leave the European Union. But the tone from the assembled reporters was combative, and Johnson was peppered about remarks he had made in the past regarding U.S. President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Images/Pool
A tiny wall was placed around Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, July 19, the day he became the Republican Party's presidential nominee. The wall, complete with barbed wire and "Keep Out" signs, was constructed by popular Los Angeles street artist Plastic Jesus. The wall alludes to one of Trump's most controversial proposals -- the erection of a wall at the U.S./Mexico border. David Livingston/Getty Images
An honor guard in Beijing prepares to welcome Adm. John Richardson, the chief of U.S. naval operations, on Monday, July 18. Ng Han Guan/Pool/AP Images
An honor guard carries the flag-draped casket of Dallas police officer Michael Krol on Friday, July 15. Krol was one of the five Dallas police officers killed by a gunman earlier this month. LM Otero/AP Images
This aerial photo shows the remains of a home that was consumed by a wildfire in the village of Timberon, New Mexico, on Friday, July 15. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez declared a state of emergency in response to a wildfire in Otero County. Roberto E. Rosales/AP Images/Pool
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal films the movie "Okja" in New York on Saturday, July 16. Steve Sands/Getty Images
Mourners carry the body of Muhyi Sedqi al-Tabakhi during his funeral in the West Bank town of Al-Ram on Wednesday, July 20. The Palestinian Ministry of Health said the 12-year-old boy was shot and killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank. Israel police spokeswoman Luba Samri disputed the claim and said Israeli forces never opened fire. Nasser Shiyoukhi/AP Images
A crowned crane is seen at a zoo in Stralsund, Germany, on Wednesday, July 20. Stefan Sauer/DPA/AP Images
The Breitling Wingwalkers perform at an air show in Hampshire, England, on Saturday, July 16. Andrew Matthews/PA Wire/ZUMA
Vehicles drive on a flooded road in Tianjin, China, on Wednesday, July 20. Yue Yuewei/Xinhua/ZUMA
A tractor harvests lavender in West Sussex, England, on Wednesday, July 20. Andrew Matthews/AP Images
Swans and cygnets are rounded up in London's River Thames to be weighed and tagged during the annual Swan Upping census on Monday, July 18. The ceremony, which goes back to the 12th century, ensures that the swan population is maintained. The birds are also assessed for any signs of injury or disease. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
People bathe at a waterfall during the annual pilgrimage in Saut-d'Eau, Haiti, on Saturday, July 16. Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images
Talk-show host Stephen Colbert, in the blue hair, tapes a segment at the site of the Republican National Convention on Sunday, July 17. Carolyn Kaster/AP Images
The sun rises behind the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, July 19. See last week in 31 photos Felipe Dana/AP Images