In Pictures

Your week in pictures

You have been sending your photos of news stories around the globe this week. Here is a selection of them:

Image copyright Hayley Doran

About 700,000 people are said to have taken part in marches across France on Saturday to remember the victims of Paris terror attacks. Hayley Doran took this picture in the southern French city of Nice.

Image copyright Andre B. Erlich

The words 'Paris est Charlie' (Paris is Charlie) were projected onto the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to honour the Charlie Hebdo victims. Andre Erlich sent us this image from the French capital.

Image copyright William Brougham

Hundreds of people attended a rally in Sydney, Australia in support of the victims. The vigil took place just metres from where two hostages and a gunman died after a siege in December. William Brougham took this picture of the Sydney vigil.

Image copyright Sam Atkinson

Hundreds of people joined a vigil in Bristol to show support for the victims. Sam Atkinson sent us this picture from the vigil.

Image copyright Tom Lear

On Saturday, high winds brought another day of disruption to many areas in the UK. Tom Lear spotted people taking photos of the waves in New Brighton in Merseyside.

Image copyright Tom Munns

Tom Munns was also in New Brighton. He took this photo of huge waves heading towards the coastline.

Image copyright AARON CRESSWELL

Aaron Cresswell sent in this photo of a huge bushfire smoke in a suburb near the Australian city of Perth. Meanwhile in South Australia, a volunteer firefighter in Southern Australia shared some dramatic footage of the bushfires that he filmed.

Image copyright Rolan Garcia

Millions of people have joined the Procession of the Black Nazarene in the Philippines' capital city of Manila. Devotees were trying to touch the cross of the Black Nazarene. Photo: Rolan Garcia.

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