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Africa’s week in pictures: 31 July

A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent:

Kenyan fashion-lover James Maina Mwangi, who once told the BBC he was Africa’s most stylish man, poses with some of his pieces on Friday.
On the same day in Senegal's capital Dakar, these girls wear bright and beautiful dresses for Eid al-Adha celebrations...
On the same day in Senegal’s capital Dakar, these girls wear bright and beautiful dresses for Eid al-Adha celebrations…
Also in Dakar, this boy is pictured playing with a balloon.
Also in Dakar, this boy is pictured playing with a balloon.
Coptic Christians touch a mosaic of the Virgin Mary soon after Egypt's churches reopened on Monday.
Coptic Christians touch a mosaic of the Virgin Mary soon after Egypt’s churches reopened on Monday.
On Monday a number of statues in Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, are seen with face masks as a reminder to the general public.
On Monday a number of statues in Nigeria’s biggest city, Lagos, are seen with face masks as a reminder to the general public.
On Wednesday, Tunisian musician Yasmine Azaiez performs at the Hammamet International Festival.
On Wednesday, Tunisian musician Yasmine Azaiez performs at the Hammamet International Festival.
Members of Benin's navy stand easy outside the presidency in Cotonou on Saturday ahead of independence day celebrations.
Members of Benin’s navy stand easy outside the presidency in Cotonou on Saturday ahead of independence day celebrations.
And fishermen in northern Egypt prepare to take their boats out to sea on Tuesday.
And fishermen in northern Egypt prepare to take their boats out to sea on Tuesday.

Pictures from Reuters, AFP and EPA.


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