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  • ABC News photo editors chose the best news images of the week for this collection. </br></br>Revelers flee from the pouring rain at the annual Diner-En-Blanc in Nelson Rockefeller Park, July 17, 2019, in New York City. Over 5500 guests gathered for the yearly pop-up party, which was cut short due to heavy rain, thunder and lightning. The evening adheres to a strict all-white dress code, and was originally founded in Paris in 1988.
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  • An acrobat challenges a bull during a bull-leaping show at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 12, 2019. People from around the world flock to the city of 200,000 residents to test their bravery and enjoy the festival's mix of round-the-clock parties, religious processions and concerts.
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  • Switzerland's Vivenne Koch competes in the solo free artistic swimming event during the 2019 World Championships at the Yeomju Gymnasium in Gwangju, South Korea, July 15, 2019.
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  • Haitian women bathe during an annual celebration and pilgrimage to waterfalls in Saut D'Eau, Haiti, July 16, 2019. Thousands of Haitians annually make the pilgrimage to the falls to ask for cleansing and healing to the Virgin Mary and her Vodou counterpart, Erzulie.
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  • Michael Stumo, father of Samya Stumo, a victim of the Flight ET302 crash, is embraced by Rep. Angie Craig (D-MN) as he and Paul Njoroge, right, arrive to testify before a House Transportation and Infrastructure Aviation Subcommittee hearing on "State of Aviation Safety" on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 17, 2019.
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  • A member of the Nepalese army carries a young child to safety along the flooded streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, July 12, 2019, after heavy rains hit the area.
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  • Health workers, wearing protective suits, tend to an Ebola victim kept in an isolation cube in Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo. The Congolese health ministry is confirming the country's first Ebola case in the provincial capital of 2 million, Goma, south of Beni. More than 1,600 people in eastern Congo have died as the virus has spread in areas too dangerous for health teams to access.
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  • A demonstrator holds up a placard reading "the people don't want you" during the fourth day of protests calling for the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rossello in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 16, 2019.
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  • Dean Z, left, and Ben Thompson get ready for a night of performances during the Las Vegas Tribute Festival at Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall, July 12, 2019, in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Tribute Festival is held annually and brings Elvis fans, tribute artists and impersonators together from all over.
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  • Football fans react after Algeria won the semi-final soccer match against Nigeria in the Africa Cup of Nations 2019, in Algiers, Algeria, July 14, 2019.
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  • Drummers perform the night before a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicnik in North Macedonia, July 13, 2019. Every year the villagers of Galicnik celebrate a public summer wedding on the Orthodox Day of the Patron Saint Petrovden (St. Peter's day). In this centuries-old tradition many rituals such as music and dances are performed.
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  • A dark 7th Avenue is seen after a major power outage affected parts of New York City, July 13, 2019. Subway stations plunged into darkness and the billboards of Times Square suddenly flicked off as part of Manhattan was hit by a power outage. About 42,000 customers lost electricity in the early evening, according to the Con Edison utility, which did not give a reason for the cut.
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  • A couple strolls down Lakeshore Drive, along the shore of Lake Pontchartrain, after it was flooded in the wake of Hurricane Barry, July 13, 2019, in Mandeville, Louisiana. The storm, which made landfall as a category one hurricane near Morgan City, caused far less damage and flooding than had been predicted. Flash flood watches were issued throughout much of Louisiana and as far east as the Florida panhandle as the storm was expected to dump more than a foot of rain in many areas and up to 25 inches in some isolated locations.
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