28th July 2020 in In Pictures In_pictures Africa’s week in pictures: 17-23 July 2020 In_pictures A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent and beyond: Image copyright EPA Image caption Cameroonian opposition supporters protest against French political influence outside European Union offices in Brussels on Friday. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption These Moroccan women wave from a boat as they return home from seasonal agricultural work in Spain – coronavirus border closures meant many workers had been stuck there since strawberry picking ended a month ago. Image copyright EPA Image caption This market vendor arranges his carrots for sale in Mbare, Zimbabwe, on Wednesday. Image copyright AFP Image caption On Sunday worshippers visit a church in Nairobi… Image copyright AFP Image caption Congregations can meet again after Kenya’s government relaxed restrictions on religious gatherings. Image copyright EPA Image caption Sudanese honour guards in the capital, Khartoum, await the arrival of Eritrea’s military chief of staff on Monday. Image copyright Reuters Image caption On Sunday, Congolese UFC fighter Marc Diakiese lands a blow on Rafael Fiziev of Kazakhstan in Abu Dhabi. Image copyright EPA Image caption This girl wears a protective facemask in Cape Town on Saturday. Image copyright Reuters Image caption On Tuesday two boys play table football in Ivory Coast’s biggest city, Abidjan. Image copyright EPA Image caption In Egypt, two men and a dog cool off in the Mediterranean near the 15th Century citadel of Qaitbay on Friday. Image copyright Reuters Image caption On the same day, herds of wildebeest and zebra arrive at Sand River in Tanzania’s Serengeti before crossing the border into Kenya’s Masai Mara in the annual Great Migration. Image copyright AFP Image caption The next day holidaymakers take to the beach in Tunisia, where charter flights have resumed in a bid to boost the tourism-reliant economy. Image copyright AFP Image caption “Let there be VINO,” reads this protester’s sign in South Africa on Wednesday. Many in the hospitality industry say the ongoing lockdown places their jobs and businesses at risk. Image copyright Reuters Image caption On the same day in Somalia’a capital, Mogadishu, a man enjoys chewing the leaf stimulant khat at his home. Image copyright Reuters Image caption On Monday, roses are readied on the packing line at a farm in Kenya. Image copyright AFP Image caption And on Saturday, cricketer Andile Phehlukwayo raises a fist and displays his Black Lives Matter T-shirt as he celebrates on the pitch. Pictures from AFP, Getty Images, EPA and Reuters.