A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
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Doctor Yves de Locht practices euthanasia but feels for emotional reasons he can only do one a month.
The actor talks to Radio 1 Newsbeat at E3 about his starring role in the game Cyberpunk 2077.
The papers focus on the success of Boris Johnson's campaign so far and question what his rivals can do to stop him.
Women are protesting against the slow pace of change, calling for "more money, time and respect".
A straight Oklahoma man's tailgate rainbow message for Pride month gains huge praise on social media.
How do you build unmanned vehicles that can withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and terrains?
Chelsea agree a deal in principle for their Italian manager Maurizio Sarri to join Serie A club Juventus.
Wales' first black head teacher will be immortalised after she topped a "hidden heroines" poll.
Calendar maker says it will have to replace the May pages on 400,000 calendars it has already printed.
Hundreds of thousands of staff could soon get their salary as they earn it instead of waiting for payday.
The UK advertising watchdog brings in new rule to stop adverts "contributing to inequality in society".
Watch all the goals from Australia's remarkable comeback over Brazil, China's victory over South Africa as well as Canada's rendition of a Shania Twain classic.
Some US workers can be paid just $2.13 an hour by their bosses, but raising the rate is controversial.
At a White House event she promoted a new rideshare scheme that aims to help former convicts get jobs.
The president praises her as a "warrior" and she says the job "has been the honour of a lifetime".
The former Labour and Change UK MP says he was wrong to think people wanted a new party.
Li Ying's brilliant volley earns China victory over debutants South Africa, who face elimination from the Women's World Cup.
Pupils have been concerned about protests against LGBT lessons in Birmingham, school staff and governors say.