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The week in pictures
From floods in Indonesia to the Egyptian referendum, Al Jazeera showcases the week in images.
Last updated: 20 Jan 2014 07:02
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Indonesians make their way through a flooded area in Jakarta on January 19. Dozens of villages of 18 districts in Jakarta are flooded due to rain since January 11, causing more than 5,000 people to evacuate. The floods killed at least four people this week in Jakarta.


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The Jamaican two-man bobsled team qualified for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.


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Afghan security forces walk near a damaged vehicle outside a Lebanese restaurant, the site of a suicide attack that killed 21 people - 13 of them foreigners - in Kabul on January 18.


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A Thai anti-government protester, right, hugs a soldier helping negotiate with police to withdraw from the prime minister's office on January 19. Two explosions shook an anti-government demonstration site in Thailand's capital on Sunday, wounding at least 28 people in the latest violence to hit Bangkok.


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American tennis player Serena Williams lost to Serbia's Ana Ivanovic on day seven of the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne.


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Activists and residents try to put out vehicles on fire after what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the Al-Maysar neighbourhood of Aleppo on January 18.


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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (left) meets with King Mohammed VI of Morocco during a meeting of the 20th session of the Jerusalem Committee on January 17 in Marrakech, Morocco.


/Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters

Supporters of Egypt's army chief and defence minister General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi celebrate the approval of a new constitution at Tahrir Square in Cairo. More than 98 percent of voters backed the new Egyptian constitution in a referendum this week.




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Indonesians make their way through a flooded area in Jakarta on January 19. Dozens of villages of 18 districts in Jakarta are flooded due to rain since January 11, causing more than 5,000 people to evacuate. The floods killed at least four people this week in Jakarta.

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Indonesians make their way through a flooded area in Jakarta on January 19. Dozens of villages of 18 districts in Jakarta are flooded due to rain since January 11, causing more than 5,000 people to evacuate. The floods killed at least four people this week in Jakarta.

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The Jamaican two-man bobsled team qualified for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

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The Jamaican two-man bobsled team qualified for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

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Afghan security forces walk near a damaged vehicle outside a Lebanese restaurant, the site of a suicide attack that killed 21 people - 13 of them foreigners - in Kabul on January 18.

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Afghan security forces walk near a damaged vehicle outside a Lebanese restaurant, the site of a suicide attack that killed 21 people - 13 of them foreigners - in Kabul on January 18.

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A Thai anti-government protester, right, hugs a soldier helping negotiate with police to withdraw from the prime minister's office on January 19. Two explosions shook an anti-government demonstration site in Thailand's capital on Sunday, wounding at least 28 people in the latest violence to hit Bangkok.

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A Thai anti-government protester, right, hugs a soldier helping negotiate with police to withdraw from the prime minister's office on January 19. Two explosions shook an anti-government demonstration site in Thailand's capital on Sunday, wounding at least 28 people in the latest violence to hit Bangkok.

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American tennis player Serena Williams lost to Serbia's Ana Ivanovic on day seven of the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne.

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American tennis player Serena Williams lost to Serbia's Ana Ivanovic on day seven of the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne.

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Activists and residents try to put out vehicles on fire after what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the Al-Maysar neighbourhood of Aleppo on January 18.

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Activists and residents try to put out vehicles on fire after what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the Al-Maysar neighbourhood of Aleppo on January 18.

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (left) meets with King Mohammed VI of Morocco during a meeting of the 20th session of the Jerusalem Committee on January 17 in Marrakech, Morocco.

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (left) meets with King Mohammed VI of Morocco during a meeting of the 20th session of the Jerusalem Committee on January 17 in Marrakech, Morocco.

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Supporters of Egypt's army chief and defence minister General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi celebrate the passing of a new constitution at Tahrir Square in Cairo. More than 98 percent of voters backed the new Egyptian constitution in a referendum this week.

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Supporters of Egypt's army chief and defence minister General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi celebrate the passing of a new constitution at Tahrir Square in Cairo. More than 98 percent of voters backed the new Egyptian constitution in a referendum this week.



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