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16 Striking Photos You Missed This Week     

Featured Photo: Monkeys laze around on a hot summer day, Delhi India.

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

A woman in Rio de Janeiro participates in the Black Women’s March against racism, violence and social inequality on Sunday, July 31. Bruna Prado/AP

Storm clouds gather over a canola field near Cremona, Alberta, on Friday, July 29. Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press/AP

A young Green Bay Packers fan watches as running back AJ Dillon tries to ride her bicycle to training camp on Monday, August 1. It is a tradition at Packers camp for children to lend their bikes to players. Dan Powers/USA Today Sports/Reuters

Kimberly Hughes, widow of US Army Reserve Maj. Gary Hughes, embraces a supporter on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, August 2, after the Senate voted to pass legislation expanding health care benefits for veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits during their military service. Patrick Semansky/AP

US Rep. Liz Cheney speaks with CNN’s Kasie Hunt during an interview in Laramie, Wyoming, on Wednesday, August 3. Cheney is the vice chairwoman of the House select committee that has been investigating the 2021 attack on the US Capitol. She said that if the Justice Department does not prosecute former President Donald Trump for his role in the insurrection, the decision could call into question whether the United States can “call ourselves a nation of laws.” Rachel Woolf for CNN

Namibia’s Ananias Shikongo runs with his guide during a 100-meter race at the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, August 3. John Sibley/Reuters

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Thursday, August 4. The DMZ is a 160-mile-long no-man’s land that was established in the 1953 Korean War Armistice Agreement. It is often described as the world’s most heavily armed border. From Nancy Pelosi/Twitter

A woman cools off on a beach in Girona, Spain, on Monday, August 1. See last week in 31 photos. Emilio Morenatti/AP

A new view of the Cartwheel Galaxy, seen by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. The wheel-like structure of the galaxy is the result of a high-speed collision between a large spiral galaxy and a smaller galaxy not visible in this image. The Cartwheel Galaxy lies about 500 million light-years away from Earth. NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI


A diver jumps from the Old Bridge into the Neretva River during the 456th traditional annual high-diving competition in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on July 31, 2022.  Armin Durgut / AP

Angela Crawford leans against a fence as the McKinney Fire burns a hillside above her home in California’s Klamath National Forest, on July 30, 2022. Crawford and her husband stayed, as other residents evacuated, to defend their home from the fire. Noah Berger / AP

England’s Holly Mills prepares to throw a shot put during the Commonwealth Games in Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England, on August 2, 2022. John Sibley / Reuters

People look at lava flowing from the Fagradalsfjall volcano, in Iceland, on August 3, 2022. Icelandic authorities say the volcano in the country’s southwest started erupting again eight months after its last eruption officially ended. Marco Di Marco / AP

The Knife Angel goes on display at Kirkleatham Museum on August 2, 2022, in Redcar, England. The 27-foot-tall sculpture, made from more than 100,000 discarded knives and confiscated weapons, was brought to Kirkleatham Museum until the end of August as a reminder of the devastation caused by knife crime.

A sinkhole is exposed in a mining area close to the town of Tierra Amarilla, in Copiapo, Chile, on August 1, 2022. #Reuters

A squirrel eats a chip outside the U.S. Capitol on Aug. 1 as Senators arrive for a vote. Greg Nash

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