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The week in 31 photos

Updated 9:14 AM ET, Fri July 13, 2018
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This image, taken from video footage released by the Royal Thai Navy on Wednesday, July 11, shows rescue personnel carrying out one of the boys they saved from a flooded cave in northern Thailand. Twelve boys and their soccer coach were all rescued from the cave nearly three weeks after they became trapped inside on June 23. HANDOUT/AFP/Getty Images
US President Donald Trump announced Monday, July 9, that Brett Kavanaugh, foreground, is his choice to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is retiring at the end of the month. Kavanaugh, 53, once clerked for Kennedy. Since May 2006, he has sat on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He served in the George W. Bush administration and also worked for Kenneth Starr during the investigation that led to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. See more photos of Kavanaugh MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA
Ever Reyes Mejia carries his son to a vehicle after they were reunited in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Tuesday, July 10. The Honduran immigrants were separated about three months ago after crossing the US-Mexico border. The US government had a court-ordered deadline to return all children under 5 to their families if they had recently been separated by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy. Less than half of the eligible families were reunited before the deadline. Paul Sancya/AP
Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic, in blue, scores in extra time to lift his team to a 2-1 victory over England in the World Cup semifinals on Wednesday, July 11. Croatia will play France in Sunday's final. It will be Croatia's first appearance in a World Cup final. See the best photos from the tournament Michael Heiman/FIFA/Getty Images
A 5-month-old boy has dirt under his fingernails in this photo provided Sunday, July 8, by the Missoula County Sheriff's Office in Montana. The boy was left partially buried in the mountains for at least nine hours before being discovered by a sheriff's deputy who heard the baby's faint cry. Officers were scouring the wooded area after a man told authorities the baby might be buried there. The baby suffered minor scrapes and bruises, according to CNN affiliate KPAX, and was in good condition. Missoula County Sheriff's Office/AP
US President Donald Trump casts a shadow as he holds a news conference after the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, on Thursday, July 12. A day after tweeting "what good is NATO" and criticizing allies for "not paying what they should" with regards to defense spending, Trump praised the alliance: "I believe in NATO," he said. See more photos from Trump's busy week in Europe BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe inside Abe's office in Tokyo on Sunday, July 8. Pompeo was in Tokyo after two days of talks in North Korea. Andrew Harnik/AP
Waves brought by Typhoon Maria lash the shore in Wenzhou, China, on Wednesday, July 11. Ke Zongqing/CNS/REUTERS/Newscom
Members of the British royal family stand together at Buckingham Palace to watch a Royal Air Force flyover on Tuesday, July 10. From left are Queen Elizabeth II; Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex; Prince Harry; Prince William; and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge. Matt Dunham/AP
Andrea Chamblee is comforted during a memorial service for her husband, John McNamara, on Tuesday, July 10. McNamara was one of five people killed last month when a gunman opened fire in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette, a newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Patrick Semansky/AP
Revelers enjoy the opening day of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, on Friday, July 6. The festival is famous for its annual Running of the Bulls. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images
Walter Cullen, 3, reaches out to touch the hair of Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, who was visiting Dublin, Ireland, with her husband, Prince Harry, on Wednesday, July 11. It was Harry and Meghan's first official trip together since getting married in May. PA Images/Sipa USA
Thai Navy SEALs who helped save a trapped youth soccer team from a flooded cave pose for a photo after rescue efforts were finished on Tuesday, July 10. One of the SEALs was a doctor who stayed with the team for a week after the group was found alive on July 2. Thai Navy Seal Handout
Embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok waits to testify before House committees in Washington on Thursday, July 12. He faced off with House Republicans during a fiery and raucous hearing where he forcefully defended his actions in the Russia probe and the investigation regarding Hillary Clinton's emails. Republicans said that anti-Trump text messages Strzok sent were evidence that he was biased to clear Clinton and go after Trump. "At no time in any of these texts did those personal beliefs ever enter into the realm of any action I took," Strzok said during Thursday's hearing. ERIN SCHAFF/The New York Times/Redux
People grieve during a joint funeral procession in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Saturday, July 7. Two young men and a teenage girl were killed in Kashmir on Saturday when government forces fired at anti-India protesters who disrupted a military-led operation against rebels, police and medics said. Dar Yasin/AP
The Red Arrows, the aerobatic team of the British Royal Air Force, perform in Silverstone, England, before the Formula One race on Sunday, July 8. ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images
Britain's Prince Louis is carried by his mother Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, as they arrive for his christening in London on Monday, July 9. Dominic Lipinski/WPA Pool/Getty Images
A police officer points his gun at people to avoid looting in shops in Delmas, Haiti, on Sunday, July 8. Protesters took to the streets after an increase in fuel prices ordered by the government. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images
US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, receive a ceremonial welcome as they attend a black-tie dinner hosted by British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday, July 12. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images
A doll of Queen Elizabeth II sits on the console of an Osprey helicopter that transported media members to the Trumps' arrival at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England, on Thursday, July 12. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
A man cries Sunday, July 8, at a hospital in Phuket, Thailand, where Chinese tourists were being treated after their boats capsized and sank in a huge storm. More than 40 people were killed. MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images
People celebrate in Paris after France won its World Cup semifinal against Belgium on Tuesday, July 10. ZAKARIA ABDELKAFI/AFP/Getty Images
Staff members hold up posters during the House hearing with embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok on Thursday, July 12. Evan Vucci/AP
Film producer Harvey Weinstein is escorted to a courtroom in New York, where he pleaded not guilty to three additional sex-crime charges on Monday, July 9. He had already pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape and one first-degree criminal sex act charge. Richard Drew/AP
Police push a three-wheeled vehicle off a waterlogged street during monsoon rains in Mumbai, India, on Monday, July 9. Rafiq Maqbool/AP
Supporters of former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva -- who has been in jail since April -- demand his release Sunday, July 8, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. MIGUEL SCHINCARIOL/AFP/Getty Images
First lady Melania Trump mimics walking on a tightrope as she joins her husband and other world leaders for a group photo at the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday, July 11. DOUG MILLS/The New York Times/Redux
A worker for Hvalur hf, an Icelandic whaling company, hoses down a whale in Hvalfjordur, Iceland, on Saturday, July 7. Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd, which released the photo, claimed the company had killed and butchered a blue whale, which is a protected species. The company's managing director told CNN it was either a fin whale or a hybrid species. Authorities will now conduct genetic testing on the whale to determine what it is. Sea Shepherd
England fans react in London after Croatia went up 2-1 in the World Cup semifinals on Wednesday, July 11. Luca Bruno/AP
Melih Kurtulus cries as he carries the coffin of his 10-month-old daughter, Beren, on Monday, July 9. She was among 24 killed when a passenger train derailed in northwest Turkey. AKIN CELIKTAS/AFP/Getty Images
Two workers harvest brine shrimp in Yuncheng, China, on Friday, July 6. See last week in 24 photos Cao Yang/Xinhua/ZUMA Wire