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 Rolan Garcia

Pope Francis waves to pilgrims after holding a mass in Daniel Romualdez Airport in Tacloban City, Philippines, on Saturday, as part of his six-day tour of Asia. The pontiff was in Tacloban and Palo, Leyte, to visit areas devastated by typhoon Haiyan. Rolan Garcia took this photograph.

Image copyright Simon Lamrock

Eurostar trains between the UK and mainland Europe were cancelled on Saturday due to a fire on a lorry onboard a train, leading to travel disruption on both sides of the Channel. Simon Lamrock caught the moment police arrived to disembark passengers at London's St Pancras International station.

Image copyright Sean Twamley

On Thursday, a huge fire engulfed council offices in Oxfordshire, UK, during a spate of suspected arson attacks involving gas canisters which badly damaged two other buildings. Sean Twamley sent this picture showing fire raging inside the South Oxfordshire District Council HQ.

Image copyright Andrew Mitchell

Peace marches and rallies continued in France as the nation mourned the victims of the Charlie Hebdo and Jewish supermarket attacks. Andrew Mitchell took this picture of protestors on Monday in Paris.

Image copyright Ashley Donaldson

People queue before dawn at The French Bookshop in South Kensington, London, to buy a copy of Charlie Hebdo as sales began in the UK on Friday. Millions more copies are being printed after the first run sold out in hours. Ashley Donaldson, who took this photo, was pleased to get one.

Image copyright Andy Robinson

Storms brought down a tree in Greenisland, Northern Ireland, UK, on Thursday. Andy Robinson, who took this picture, says power was also knocked out in several homes.

Image copyright Daniel French

High winds on the north west coast of Scotland, UK, destroyed a marine life centre in Gairloch. Daniel French's photograph shows the flattened building which is owned by his father, Ian.

Image copyright Lewis Reid

Heavy snow covered many parts of Scotland, UK, earlier this week and looks set to continue. Some people did enjoy the adverse weather conditions and made this snow dog which was photographed by Lewis Reid.

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