The week in 30 photos

Updated 10:00 PM ET, Thu July 1, 2021
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Search-and-rescue personnel work at the scene of Champlain Towers South, the 12-story residential building that partially collapsed in Surfside, Florida, on Thursday, June 24. At least 18 people have been confirmed dead. There were still 145 people still unaccounted for as of July 1. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Bill Cosby appears in front of the media in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, after he was released from prison on Wednesday, June 30. Pennsylvania's highest court overturned his sexual assault conviction, saying his due process rights were violated. In pictures: Bill Cosby's rise and fall Bastiaan Slabbers/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
Kristian Sbaragli and Bryan Coquard, seen in the foreground, were among the dozens of cyclists who got caught in a massive crash Saturday, June 26, during the first stage of the Tour de France. The crash was caused by a female spectator who was holding up a big sign on the side of the road. The sign knocked down German cyclist Tony Martin, starting a chain reaction in the closely clumped group. Days after the crash, the spectator was identified and arrested. Anne C/Pool/Getty Images
Children cool off in the Salmon Springs Fountain in Portland, Oregon, on Sunday, June 27. A record-breaking heat wave is searing the Pacific Northwest, making life miserable for many. Nathan Howard/Getty Images
Students wave flags at Beijing's Tiananmen Square on Thursday, July 1, during a celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images
Juna Pool, 11 months old, takes part in a swim class for infants in Richardson, Texas, on Thursday, June 24. LM Otero/AP
A group counts absentee ballots for the New York City mayoral race on Wednesday, June 30. On Tuesday, the City Board of Elections released new numbers that suggested Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams' lead in the Democratic primary had narrowed in the first set of tabulated ranked-choice voting results. But within hours of the new figures coming online, the board backtracked — following questions from the Adams campaign and others — and acknowledged a "discrepancy" in its counting process. It subsequently removed the data from its website. Late Tuesday night, the body put out another statement, this time revealing it had mistakenly included 135,000 test vote records in the initial tally. Dave Sanders/The New York Times/Redux
Darlene, an augmented reality device envisioned for law enforcement agencies, is exhibited at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on Tuesday, June 29. Bernat Armangue/AP
Britain's Prince William, left, and his brother, Prince Harry, unveil a statue of their late mother, Princess Diana, at London's Kensington Palace on Thursday, July 1. It would have been her 60th birthday. In pictures: Princess Diana's life and legacy Dominic Lipinski/AP
People use nets to try to catch offerings that were being thrown into the active Mount Bromo volcano in Probolinggo, Indonesia, on Saturday, June 26. Every year, people from the Tengger tribe throw offerings such as rice, fruit and livestock into Mount Bromo's smoking crater as part of the Hindu ritual Yadnya Kasada. And other villagers try to catch the offerings and make sure they don't go to waste. Juni Kriswanto/AFP/Getty Images
Tennis star Serena Williams wipes away tears during her first-round match at Wimbledon on Tuesday, June 29. The seven-time Wimbledon champion suffered an injury during the first set and had to pull out of the tournament. Julian Finney/Getty Images
Visitors watch a Kamchatka brown bear at the Tierpark Hagenbeck zoo in Hamburg, Germany, on Monday, June 28. Morris Mac Matzen/AFP/Getty Images
Performers dance at the National Stadium in Beijing on Thursday, July 1, during a celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images
The bat of San Diego's Wil Myers snaps in two as he grounds out during a Major League Baseball game on Friday, June 25. Gregory Bull/AP
Anti-government protesters tear down a statue of Christopher Columbus during a demonstration in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Monday, June 28. Indigenous activists see Columbus as a symbol of colonialism and oppression, according to the BBC. Statues of Spanish conquistadors have also been pulled down in other Colombian cities. Mery Granados/Reuters
US President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit a memorial near the partially collapsed building in Surfside, Florida, on Thursday, July 1. Biden traveled to Surfside to console families still waiting on news of their loved ones. Their meetings were closed to the press. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images
US gymnast Simone Biles competes on the vault at the US Olympic trials on Sunday, June 27. The four-time Olympic gold medalist officially secured her spot for the Tokyo Olympics. Chang W. Lee/The New York Times/Redux
Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, is seen at center as he surrenders in New York City on Thursday, July 1. New York prosecutors charged Weisselberg and the Trump Organization with a 15-year alleged tax scheme and said the investigation is ongoing. Weisselberg pleaded not guilty. Former US President Donald Trump was not personally charged. Jefferson Siegel/The New York Times/Redux
A girl runs in a lavender field in Sale San Giovanni, Italy, on Tuesday, June 29. Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images
Rapper Lil Nas X kisses one of his backup dancers while performing at the BET Awards on Sunday, June 27. The kiss won him a standing ovation from some members of the audience. Bennett Raglin/Getty Images
Mississippi State's baseball team celebrates after defeating Vanderbilt to win the national championship on Wednesday, June 30. John Peterson/AP
Pope Francis holds drawings from children as he attends an event at the Vatican on Saturday, June 26. Remo Casilli/Reuters
People take part in a twilight vigil near the partially collapsed building in Surfside, Florida, on Monday, June 28. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Goalkeeper Yann Sommer saves a penalty by France's Kylian Mbappe, giving Switzerland a stunning upset win at the Euro 2020 tournament on Tuesday, June 29. The match went to penalties after finishing 3-3 after extra time. Vadim Ghirda/AP
Former US President Donald Trump holds his first post-presidency rally at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio, on Saturday, June 26. Gaelen Morse/Reuters
A firefighter walks past burning narcotics as they were destroyed on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, on Saturday, June 26. Military authorities incinerated what it said was $680 million worth of seized narcotics and precursor chemicals. Thein Zaw/AP
People celebrate the arrival of Tigrayan forces in Mekelle, Ethiopia, on Tuesday, June 29. In a stunning about-turn in the country's eight-month civil war, Tigrayan forces retook Mekelle, the regional capital of the Tigray region. Finbarr O'Reilly/The New York Times/Redux
Paramedics Cody Miller, left, and Justin Jones respond to a heat-exposure call in Salem, Oregon, on Saturday, June 26. The historic heat wave in the Pacific Northwest has wreaked havoc on a region not used to such high temperatures. Nathan Howard/AP
Municipal corporation workers prepare to cremate a body on the banks of the Ganges river in Prayagraj, India, on Friday, June 25. A second wave of Covid-19 has been devastating the country over the last few months. Sanjay Kanojia/AFP/Getty Images
People take part in a Pride celebration at New York's Washington Square Park on Sunday, June 27. See last week in 38 photos Stephanie Keith /The New York Times/Redux