The week in 40 photos

Updated 8:01 PM ET, Thu June 25, 2020
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US President Donald Trump arrives at his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, June 20. It was his first rally since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and the indoor venue generated concerns about the potential spread of the virus. About 6,200 people showed up to the BOK Center, which seats 19,199. Doug Mills/The New York Times/Redux
Tomika Miller weeps over her husband, Rayshard Brooks, at his public viewing in Atlanta on Monday, June 22. Brooks was fatally shot by an Atlanta police officer after an attempted arrest on June 12. The shooting, amid nationwide protests against systemic racism and police brutality, has led to the resignation of Atlanta's police chief and criminal charges against the officer who killed him. Curtis Compton/Pool/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/AP
A woman is tested for the novel coronavirus at a facility in New Delhi on Friday, June 19. New Delhi recently surpassed Mumbai as India's worst-hit city. Xavier Galiana/AFP/Getty Images
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Asan, Guam, on Sunday, June 21. The eclipse appeared on the heels of the summer solstice and could be seen over several continents. Frank San Nicolas/PDN/USA Today/Reuters
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace tweeted this selfie before a Cup Series race in Talladega, Alabama, on Monday, June 22. Fellow drivers and pit crew members walked alongside Wallace's car to show their support for him. Wallace, the only Black driver in NASCAR's top circuit, has been an outspoken advocate of the Black Lives Matter movement. A noose was found in his garage stall on Sunday. The FBI investigated and concluded that the noose was a garage-door pull rope that had been in place as early as October 2019 — well before it had been assigned to Wallace's team. From Bubba Wallace/Twitter
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, takes off his face mask before testifying at a House committee hearing in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, June 23. The hearing was about the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Kevin Dietsch/Pool/Getty Images
People gather on a beach in Southend-on-Sea, England, on Wednesday, June 24. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson began easing coronavirus restrictions in May, but people are still supposed to be distancing themselves from one another. Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images
Long-tailed macaques pull a cat's tail in Lopburi, Thailand, on Sunday, June 21. Lopburi's monkey population has doubled to 6,000 in the last three years, prompting authorities to start a sterilization campaign Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images
A man holds a Black Lives Matter sign as demonstrators block a Boston intersection on Tuesday, June 23. Brian Snyder/Reuters
People eat outside the Harvest Kitchen restaurant in New York on Monday, June 22. The city, once the epicenter of the US coronavirus outbreak, has entered Phase Two of its reopening plan. Phase Two allows for outdoor dining and the opening of barbershops and salons. Retail stores can open for in-person shopping at 50% capacity. Ron Adar/SOPA Images/SIPA/AP
People gather outside of a George Floyd mural in Houston as part of a Juneteenth block party on Friday, June 19. The Juneteenth holiday commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Callaghan O'Hare/Reuters
Workers remove a sign from the iconic McDonald's restaurant in New York's Times Square on Wednesday, June 24. Its permanent closure had been planned prior to the pandemic, the company said in a statement to CNN Business. Mike Segar/Reuters
US President Donald Trump walks on the South Lawn of the White House on Sunday, June 21, after returning from his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Patrick Semansky/AP
A woman reacts after being hit with pepper spray in Washington, DC, on Monday, June 22. Protesters near the White House had clashed with police after trying to pull down a statue of former President Andrew Jackson. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images
Tiz the Law, with jockey Manny Franco, wins the Belmont Stakes in Elmont, New York, on Saturday, June 20. For the first time in history, the Belmont was held before the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. The races were rescheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Al Bello/Getty Images
Vendor tents are illuminated at the Rot Fai Market in Bangkok, Thailand, on Friday, June 19. Sakchai Lalit/AP
A veterinary technician vaccinates Cohiba, Sasha Cardenti's dog, at a drive-thru clinic in Mission Viejo, California, on Tuesday, June 23. Related photos: How we're relying on our cars during the pandemic Mario Tama/Getty Images
The UceLi Quartet performs for an audience of plants Monday, June 22, during a concert that was live-streamed from the newly reopened Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house in Barcelona, Spain. Lluis Gene/AFP/Getty Images
A voter completes her primary ballot in Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday, June 23. Primaries in Kentucky and New York were largely conducted by mail. Bryan Woolston/Reuters
Manal Al-Essa can be seen through a dress in Tubas, West Bank, on Tuesday, June 23. Al-Essa, whose husband died of cancer, sewed the dress herself and was selling it on International Widows Day. Raneen Sawafta/Reuters
Isaiah Bowen plays basketball Sunday, June 21, near a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia. A judge temporarily blocked the removal of the statue after Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced plans to take it down. Steve Helber/AP
US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bumps elbows with local resident Upkar Chana while greeting voters in New York on Tuesday, June 23. Ocasio-Cortez won her Democratic primary that day, defeating former CNBC correspondent Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Mike Segar/Reuters
A woman lies inside a protective acrylic box as she awaits treatment at a beauty clinic in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Tuesday, June 23. Tatan Syuflana/AP
People march through the streets of Atlanta during a Juneteenth rally on Friday, June 19. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
United States Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott gives President Donald Trump a tour of a border wall in San Luis, Arizona, on Tuesday, June 23. The Trump administration billed Tuesday's trip as a celebration of 200 miles of new wall. Roughly three of those miles have been constructed in areas where no barriers previously existed. The majority of miles replaced old, outdated designs with an enhanced system, according to US Customs and Border Protection. Evan Vucci/AP
Octavianus Kristianto puts a ring on his new bride, Elma Divani, during their wedding ceremony in Pamulang, Indonesia, on Friday, June 19. They were wearing latex gloves to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Tatan Syuflana/AP
Fans of the English soccer club Chelsea watch a match from a home in Tunbridge Wells, England, on Sunday, June 21. The Premier League recently resumed with clubs playing in empty stadiums. Paul Childs/Reuters
Acrobat Ramon Kathriner performs a Wheel of Death stunt during the Glacier 3000 Air Show in Les Diablerets, Switzerland, on Tuesday, June 23. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images
Health-care workers in Machakos, Kenya, unwind with a Zumba class that was organized for them on Friday, June 19. Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images
The Pacaya volcano erupts in Guatemala on Saturday, June 20. Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images
Kindergarten students from the Wichuthit school eat lunch behind screens in Bangkok, Thailand, on Tuesday, June 23. Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
Agustina Cañamero and Pascual Pérez kiss each other through a plastic screen at a nursing home in Barcelona, Spain, on Monday, June 22. They've been married for 59 years. Emilio Morenatti/AP
Russian sailors march toward Red Square during a Victory Day parade in Moscow on Wednesday, June 24. A major celebration was originally planned to take place in May, with world leaders invited to attend, but it was postponed by the Kremlin after veterans organizations voiced concerns about the health risks such an event might pose amid the coronavirus crisis. Mikhail Voskresenskiy/Host Photo Agency/AP
People react in Mexico City after feeling a 7.4 magnitude earthquake that hit the country's southern coastline on Tuesday, June 23. Tomas Bravo/Reuters
Black Lives Matter protesters demonstrate outside the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where President Donald Trump was holding a campaign rally on Saturday, June 20. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
People participate in an outdoor yoga class in Toronto on Sunday, June 21. Our new normal, in pictures Carlos Osorio/Reuters
A historic Saharan dust plume blankets the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Monday, June 22. The plume continued to move west toward the United States. Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty Images
A girl watches a partial solar eclipse from a building's skywalk in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sunday, June 21. Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
High school students and their families are spaced apart during a graduation ceremony in Berlin on Tuesday, June 23. Related photos: How the pandemic has changed education Kay Nietfeld/dpa/AP
A rainbow appears behind the Lincoln Memorial as Lisa Fitzpatrick prepares to begin her day in Washington, DC, on Friday, June 19. Friday was the Juneteenth holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. See last week in 37 photos Jonathan Ernst/Reuters