Your week in pictures
You have been sending your photos of news stories around the globe this week. Here is a selection of them:
At least six people were killed and a dozen injured when a commuter train hit a car at a level crossing north of New York City, USA. Justin Kaback, a passenger on the train, took this picture. Transport safety officials are investigating the crash.
The roof was ripped off a double decker bus in central London, UK, after it clipped overhanging trees. Five people were hurt but a London Fire Brigade spokesman said those involved were "very lucky to escape serious injury". Roger Pope was near the scene of the accident and took this picture.
People in the Indian capital of Delhi went out to vote on Saturday for a new state assembly. The elections are seen as a popularity test for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prerna Jain took this photo of supporters at a rally during the week for the anti-corruption Common Man Party (Aam Admi).
She also sent this picture of supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) making their way to a pre-election rally in the city.
Supermarkets in England, UK, have been advised by public health officials to keep daffodils away from the fruit and vegetables aisles in a move to prevent customers mistakenly eating the poisonous flowers. Rebecca Grant sent this picture from a shop in Oxford.
MPs and campaigners against the expansion of Heathrow Airport, UK, staged a protest at Downing Street, in London. The demonstration coincided with the conclusion of the public consultation by the commission looking at whether Gatwick or Heathrow should expand. Photo: Florin Danila
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