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The Week in Pictures | July 6-12, 2015

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The Week in Pictures | July 6-12, 2015

Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism.

The Week in Pictures begins in Spain, where a bull charges a participant during a bull run of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. The festival is a symbol of Spanish culture that attracts thousands of tourists despite injuries and condemnation of the event from animal rights groups.

New York: Trading was temporarily halted on the New York Stock Exchange in response to an apparent technical issue.

Los Angeles: Passengers wait in long lines at the United Airlines terminal after a nationwide flight stoppage.

Los Angeles: The U.S. women’s national soccer team celebrates at L.A. Live after its victory in the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Fuyang, China: A stock investor covers his eyes at a brokerage house in Fuyang. China announced a flurry of new moves Wednesday to halt a stock market slide.

Manila: Young Filipinos play in floodwater north of Manila. More heavy rain is expected with Tropical Storm Linfa, Typhoon Chan-hom and Typhoon Nangka lined up across the Pacific Ocean.

Quito, Ecuador: Pope Francis heads for an open-air Mass at  Bicentennial Park. The visit of the Argentine-born pontiff comes amid widespread unrest over the socialist policies of President Rafael Correa.

Athens: Eurozone leaders hold an emergency summit to discuss the fallout from Greek voters’ defiant no to further austerity measures.

Los Angeles: Christie Rampone hoists the Women’s World Cup soccer championship trophy over her head as she and teammates board the team bus after arriving at LAX.

Las Vegas: Lightning strikes in Nevada, and heavy rain and hail caused street flooding and power outages.

Add stops in England, France, Belgium ,Germany, Afghanistan and the Gaza Strip to round out the report.

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