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19 Eye-Catching Images You Might Have Missed This Week
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19 Eye-Catching Images You Might Have Missed This Week



It's easy to miss captivating images that fly under the radar during the ever-changing news cycle, but don't worry, we've got you covered.

This week, we've featured some of the best photos from around the world.

Take a look at them below.

Above: Gianna Floyd, daughter of George Floyd, and other family members and lawyers raise their fists and say Floyd's name in front of reporters at the White House following their meeting with President Joe Biden on May 25, 2021 in Washington, D.C. Credit: Kevin Lamarque via Reuters

On May 24, residents of Blyth, Northumberland, England, stroll along the seafront.

On May 26, Palestinians sit around a fire while spending the night next to their destroyed homes that were recently hit by Israeli airstrikes in the town of Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip.

During the ninth inning of a baseball game in Phoenix on May 26, umpire Nick Mahrley, left, calls a foul ball as San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey, middle, questions the call and Arizona Diamondbacks’ Tim Locastro, right, runs toward home plate. The Giants defeated the Diamondbacks 5-4.

On May 28, the United States Navy Blue Angels fly over graduating United States Naval Academy midshipmen in Annapolis, Maryland.

On May 27, people watch the sunset in Moscow as they are reflected in a puddle.

As the sun rises in Sydney on May 25, a woman rides her bicycle through a thick mist in a park.

On May 26, Palestinian members of Gaza's Bar Woolf sports team perform with fire in Beit Lahia, above the ruins of a building destroyed in recent Israeli airstrikes. A ceasefire was reached late last week after 11 days of deadly violence between Israel and the Hamas movement that runs Gaza, halting Israel's devastating bombardment on the overcrowded Palestinian coastal enclave which, according to Hamas, has resulted in the death of hundreds of Palestinians.

On May 26, angel sculptures on St. Isaac's Cathedral are silhouetted against a full moon rising in the clouds over St. Petersburg, Russia.

Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano, erupts with lava early on May 25 near Catania, Sicily, Italy.

On May 25, a Brood X cicada breaks out of its nymph shell on a tree branch in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland, against the backdrop of a supermoon.

A Congolese person carries a suitcase on their head as they flee from Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, after the eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano, on May 23 at a border point known as "Petite Barriere" in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The government of the DRC has ordered the evacuation of the eastern city of Goma following the eruption of Mount Nyiragongo overlooking the border city.

Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, of the United Kingdom, land-yacht on the beach in St Andrews, Scotland, on May 26, as their tour of the country continues.

On May 26, trial judges and lawyers viewed the reconstructed wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 at the Gilze-Rijen military air base in the south of the Netherlands.

Kene Daniels, right, and Amman Raheem attend a drive-in screening of the documentary "Rebuilding Black Wall Street" on May 26 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as part of the Tulsa Race Massacre centennial commemorations.

On May 26, Milieudefensie director Donald Pols, right, celebrates the verdict in the court case of Milieudefensie, the Dutch arm of the Friends of the Earth environmental organization, against Shell in The Hague, Netherlands. In a landmark legal battle of climate change activists in the Netherlands, energy giant Shell was ordered to reduce its carbon emissions.

On May 26, Pope Francis greets visitors as he enters the San Damaso courtyard for the weekly general audience at the Vatican.

On May 24, a gibbon walks through a zoo in a miniature park in Bakhchisaray, Crimea.

On May 26, 2018, the sun sets behind the Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm in Liverpool Bay, Irish Sea, northwest England.

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