Africa's week in pictures: 5 - 11 June 2020

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A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.

Kenyan police officers remove an empty coffin left after the protest against police brutality in Nairobi on June 9, 2020.Image source, Getty Images
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On Tuesday police in Kenya's capital Nairobi drag away an empty coffin left by protesters at a march against police brutality...
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... one of the protesters is the widow of a man who was killed during the night curfew put in place to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
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On Saturday people also gather in Ghana's capital Accra to show solidarity with those protesting against the death of George Floyd in the US.
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In South Africa people start returning to their places of worship after lockdown restrictions are eased, including South Africa's Prophet Paseka Motsoeneng on Sunday in Ekurhuleni...
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... religious leaders keep strict restrictions, like a temperature check at this mosque in Johannesburg on Friday...
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... which worshippers patiently wait for.
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On the same day, riot police keep an eye on Muslim Friday prayers in Bamako, Mali....
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... because one of the most influential personalities in Malian politics, Imam Mahmoud Dicko calls for a march after prayers...
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... Thousands gather to protest against President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.
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On the same day protesters head to the Nigerian police headquarters in Abuja to demand a public register of sex offenders.
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And also on Friday, a man is tested for coronavirus in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Pictures from AFP, EPA and Reuters.

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