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The week in pictures
From Egypt’s coup to a plane crash in San Francisco, Al Jazeera showcases the week in pictures.
Supporters and opponents of Egypt(***)s ousted president, Mohammed Morsi, clash near Maspero, where Egypt(***)s state TV and radio station is located, in Cairo on July 5.
7 Jul 2013
Egyptians carry the coffin of a person killed in clashes that broke out on July 5, after Morsi was ousted by the military.
Firefighters douse blazes after a freight train loaded with oil derailed in Lac-Megantic in Canada(***)s Quebec province on June 6, sparking explosions that engulfed about 30 buildings in fire.
Bolivia(***)s President Evo Morales (right) said on Saturday he would grant asylum, if requested, to former US intelligence agency contractor Edward Snowden, who is currently believed to be in the transit section of Moscow(***)s Sheremetyevo Airport.
Investigators surround the remains of a Boeing 777 airplane on the tarmac after it crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday. Two people were killed and 182 were injured.
Pakistani police officials check the site of a bomb explosion at a food park in Lahore that killed four people and wounded about 30. No group has yet claimed responsbility for the attack.
A man visits a make-shift memorial outside Fire Station 7 in Prescott, Arizona for 19 firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire. The fire has destroyed 129 homes, spread to 8,400 acres and is 85 percent contained.
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