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22 Striking Photos You Missed This Week     

Featured Photo: A bull chasing revellers jumps into the sea during the “Bous a la Mar” in Denia Spain. During this festival revellers provoke bulls and cows to chase them until they all fall into the sea.  Fernando Bustamante/AP

With the ever-changing news cycle, it’s easy to miss captivating images that fly under the radar. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.

Fireworks illuminate the Eiffel Tower in Paris during Bastille Day celebrations on Thursday, July 14. Lewis Joly/AP

A man fans himself with a newspaper whilst traveling on a metro train in London on Monday, July 18. The UK smashed its all-time heat mark on Tuesday (40.3 degrees Celsius, or 104.5 degrees Fahrenheit).Yui Mok/AP

An elephant is sprayed with water to stay cool at a zoo in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Wednesday, July 20. Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP/Getty Images

Sandi Morris of the U.S. reacts during the women’s pole-vault final, part of the World Athletics Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, on July 17, 2022. Aleksandra Szmigiel / Reuters

Cygnets are returned to the water during the annual Swan Upping on the River Thames in Shepperton, England, on July 18, 2022. During the annual census, a flotilla of traditional rowing skiffs row their way up the Thames, cataloging the birds and checking the health of cygnets. Dan Kitwood / Getty

A water buffalo walks past the Nahr Bin Omar oil field in Iraq’s southern province of Basra on July 18, 2022. Hussein Faleh / AFP / Getty

A view shows trees and vegetation burning amid a fire that broke out in the Monts d’Arree in Brasparts, in Brittany, France, on July 19, 2022. Rachel Le Guillou / SDIS 29 / Reuters

People throw water at one another during the annual water fight in the streets of the Vallecas neighborhood of Madrid, Spain, on July 17, 2022. Manu Fernandez / AP

A soccer team of Aymara Indigenous women pose for a picture before a championship match in the Aymara district of Juli in Puno, Peru, on July 16, 2022. Carlos Mamani / AFP / Getty

A land-art fresco created with biodegradable paint made of charcoal, chalk, water, and milk proteins, by French-Swiss artist Saype, covers Copacabana beach as part of the artist’s worldwide project titled “Beyond Walls,” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 15, 2022. The artist said he is creating a symbolic human chain around the world with the aim of promoting togetherness, kindness, and openness in the world. Silvia Izquierdo / AP

A butterfly bush is silhouetted as the sun rises early on July 20, 2022, in Wernigerode, Germany. Matthias Schrader / AP

A couple hugs near a city fountain at sunset in Bucharest, Romania, on July 20, 2022. Vadim Ghirda / AP

A police officer gives water to a British soldier wearing a traditional bearskin hat, on guard duty outside Buckingham Palace, during hot weather in London, England, on July 18, 2022. Matt Dunham / AP

eer rest in the shade during hot weather in London’s Richmond Park on July 19, 2022. Toby Melville / Reuters

Previously unseen footage of then-US President Donald Trump rehearsing a video message is shown over a House select committee during a public hearing on Thursday, July 21. During outtakes of the message, recorded on January 7, 2021, Trump struggled to condemn the violence that happened a day earlier at the US Capitol. He also refused to say “the election is over.” Sarah Silbiger/Reuters

Tampa Bay’s Luke Raley misplays a fly ball during a Major League Baseball game against Boston on Thursday, July 14. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The US national soccer team celebrates after winning the Concacaf Women’s Championship in Monterrey, Mexico, on Monday, July 18. It secured the Americans’ spot in the 2024 Olympics.Jam Media/Jam Media/Getty Images

She-Hulk has her power walking shoes on so she can get to the office on time.  Michael Buckner

Hawkman and Hawkgirl head into the San Diego convention center for Comic-Con 2022. Getty

Captain Spider-Man. Getty Images

 A cosplayer wears a mashup Boba Tea Fett costume from “Star Wars.” Getty Images

Richard E. Grant’s classic Loki look from “Loki.”  Getty Images

Noah Lyles breaks Michael Johnson’s U.S. record that stood since 1996 

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