A selection of striking news photographs taken around the world this week.
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Lava and smoke is seen from a new eruption in the Reykjanes peninsula in south-west Iceland. Images show fountains of molten rock shooting out of faults in the ground.
Image source, MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP
Team Slovakia compete in the preliminary round of the team free artistic swimming event during the 2024 World Aquatics Championships at Aspire Dome in Doha.
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Thousands of Muslim devotees return home to Tongi, on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, on an overcrowded train after attending the final prayer of Bishwa Ijtema, considered the world's second-largest Muslim gathering after Hajj.
Image source, MANUEL SILVESTRI/REUTERS
Masked revellers take part in the Venice Carnival in St. Mark's Square.
Image source, VALERIE MACON/AFP
Taylor Swift stole the show at the Grammy Awards, becoming the first performer to win Album Of The Year four times. She had previously been tied on three, with Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon and Frank Sinatra.
Image source, Enric Fontcuberta/EPA
Farmers in Spain joined their European counterparts in staging protests. They are demanding more flexibility from the EU, tighter controls on the produce of non-EU countries and more help from their government. They caused severe disruption to motorists in several cities, including Barcelona.
Image source, SIPHIWE SIBEKO/Reuters
A Nigeria fan chants for his team at their Africa Cup of Nations semi-final. Kelechi Iheanacho scored the winning penalty as Nigeria booked their place in the final with a shoot-out win over South Africa.
Image source, CHINA DAILY/Reuters
People push a car stuck on a highway following heavy snowfall in Wuhan, Hubei province, China, during the Spring Festival travel rush ahead of the Lunar New Year.
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Commemorations were held in Hatay, Turkey, on the first anniversary of a 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
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People great each other during Waitangi Day, which marks the signing of New Zealand's founding document, the Waitangi Treaty in 1840. It set out the terms of British colonisation with the Maori population.
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