Your week in pictures
You have been sending your photos of news stories around the globe this week. Here is a selection of them:
Philippe Durant was a tourist on holiday in Bali, and took a speedboat trip which ended in disaster. He said: "We were south-east of Bali, there were nine tourists and four members of crew, the engine had already broken down three times at sea when suddenly the engine started to catch on fire. We jumped off the boat through the tiny windows, but we had no life jackets. Luckily a small boat came to our rescue and we all got far enough away before the boat blew up. We lost all of our possessions." Photo: Philippe Durant
The final ceramic poppy has been laid at the Tower of London memorial art installation as ceremonies took place in the UK and abroad on Armistice Day. Rob Jukes took this floodlit photo of the Poppies at the Tower of London on the day.
Large crowds saw 13-year-old army cadet Harry Hayes place the last of 888,246 flowers, each representing a British military death in World War One. Cheryl Elliott: "Thought you might like to see my wonderful photo of the poppies".
Leaders of the world's biggest economies arrive in Brisbane, Australia, this week for the G20 Summit. Jordan Carter managed to capture this selfie with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in Brisbane, Australia. "I did not expect that she would pause and take a selfie with me", said Jordan.
Thousands of protesters in the Hungarian capital Budapest have demanded a halt to a proposed law which would place a tax on internet use. Marton Zsichla took this photo at a protest in Hungary this week. He said: "Protesters took the opportunity to get their voice heard and made their own signs criticizing Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his current politics."
About six homes have been damaged by flood water after a river overflowed in Portadown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, during the early hours of Saturday. Andrew Proctor took this picture looking down on the Mullahead Road, in Portadown.
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