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AP Global Pictures of the Week: July 14-20, 2023 | AP News

AP Global Pictures of the Week: July 14-20, 2023 | AP News

JULY 14 – 20, 2023

From French electronic music duo The Blaze performing onstage during the 57th Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, to Iraqis throwing stones during clashes with security forces in front of the Swedish Embassy in Baghdad protesting the burning of the Quran in Sweden, to Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz celebrating after beating Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the men’s singles final at Wimbledon, this photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images from around the world made or published by The Associated Press in the past week.

The selection was curated by AP photo editor Pamela Hassell in New York.

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For years, a common critique of the beloved New Jersey rock band The Gaslight Anthem was to label them “Bruce Springsteen” copycats.

JULY 14 – 20, 2023

Striking actors and writers try to cool off amid a heat wave, severe storms strike across the country, the grandfather of a U.S. soldier who bolted into North Korea cries during an interview, and technicians install solar panels in Southern California.

Google says it is in the early stages of developing tools that use artificial intelligence to help journalists write stories and headlines.

Barbie, the doll, may be 64 years old, but “Barbie,” the movie, is a pandemic baby. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker of “Little Women” and “Lady Bird” didn’t know that movies would ever come back and it was out of that sadness of being alone and the worry that maybe no one would ever make movies again

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