Africa

Africa in pictures: 10-16 June 2016

A selection of photos from across the African continent this week:

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Image caption A herder and his cattle make their way on Sunday across Ghana's Korle Gono beach, strewn plastic bottles washed up after floods in the capital, Accra.
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Image caption The next day in neighbouring Ivory Coast, customs officials look happy to have found elephant tusks in cargo from Nigeria - the largest seizure in a decade.
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Image caption Kenyan athletes on Friday try out prototypes of trainers designed and created in the East African nation, which is famous for its runners.
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Image caption Where do you think these "Timbuktu Tumblers" are from? If you answered Mali, you're wrong. It is an acrobatic circus troupe from Kenya - rehearsing in Scotland on Tuesday.
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Image caption It's a waiting game on Monday for this boy who sells traditional flat bread by the roadside on the outskirts of Algeria's capital, Algiers...
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Image caption The bread is sold during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and people tend to buy it as they head home to break their fast.
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Image caption A man in the Libyan city of Benghazi on Wednesday makes "qatayefs", which are pancakes that are filled with nuts, cheese and syrup - also popular during Ramadan.
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Image caption It's popcorn that is popular for those with a sweet tooth in Lagos on Tuesday as vendors weave through the rush-hour traffic in Nigeria's commercial capital.
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Image caption On Wednesday, a candlelight vigil is held in Morocco by the parliament in the capital, Rabat, for the victims of the Orlando nightclub shootings in the US.
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Image caption Residents in Uganda's eastern city of Jinja march to mark International Albinism Awareness Day on Monday...
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Image caption On the same day, an albino girl plays with a friend on Ukerewe island in Tanzania, where people with albinism have been faced attack.
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Image caption And Zimbabwean cricketer Taurai Muzarabani is off to a flying start on Friday as bowls on the first day of the Indian team's tour of Zimbabwe.

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