A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.
Image source, Hasan Esen / Getty ImagesImage caption, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick makes a statement to press members after Met Police officer Wayne Couzens was sentenced to a whole-life prison term. Couzens abducted, raped and murdered Sarah Everard as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on 3 March. Dame Cressida described Couzens as a "coward" and said his crimes were "a gross betrayal of everything policing stands for".Image source, Shannon Stapleton / ReutersImage caption, A sculpture of George Floyd is seen at the Seeinjustice art exhibition, curated by Confront Art, in New York, US. The sculpture, by artist Chris Carnabuci, is made of plywood with a bronze finish.Image source, Lee Jin-man / ReutersImage caption, South Korean Marines' amphibious assault vehicles sail to shore for landing during the 73rd anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Pohang, South Korea.Image source, Dan Kitwood / Getty ImagesImage caption, Catherine Atkinson, chair of Erewash Labour Party, holds her nine-month-old daughter as she addresses delegates at the Labour Party conference in Brighton, where leader Sir Keir Starmer said the party would never again go into an election without a "serious plan for government".Image source, Carmen Abd Ali / AFPImage caption, Mourides pilgrims line up to enter the Great Mosque of Touba during the Grand Magal in Senegal. Hundreds of thousands of believers make the Muslim pilgrimage each year.Image source, Henry Nicholls / ReutersImage caption, Daniel Craig poses on the red carpet at the world premiere of the new James Bond film No Time To Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Producers have estimated the film took between £4.5m-£5m on its first day in UK and Irish cinemas.Image source, Yamil Lage / AFPImage caption, A man walks with his horse at Bacuranao beach in Havana province, Cuba.Image source, Nicolò Campo / Getty ImagesImage caption, Greta Thunberg gestures during the opening plenary session of the Youth4Climate pre-COP26 event in Milan, Italy. In her speech, the Swedish climate activist mocked the words of world leaders to highlight what she called the "empty words and promises" of politicians.Image source, Mario Anzuoni / ReutersImage caption, A supporter of pop star Britney Spears wears a decorated visor during a gathering on the day of a conservatorship case hearing at Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles, California, US. On Thursday, a judge suspended Spears' father from the legal arrangement that gave him control of her life after she accused him of years of abuse.Image source, Guillaume Souvant / AFPImage caption, Female panda Huan Huan cuddles her cub Fleur de Coton after breastfeeding her at the Beauval Zoo in Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher, France. Huan Huan gave birth to twin cubs in August, in what a zoo official said was an "exceptional" event.
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