28th November 2019 in In Pictures In_pictures Week in Pictures: 16-22 November 2019 In_pictures A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week. Image copyright Haakon Mosvold Larsen / Scanpix via Reuters Image caption In Norway the Mayor of Oslo Marianne Borgen and Lord Mayor of Westminster, Councillor Ruth Bush, saw the tree which will stand in Trafalgar Square in London over Christmas. Image copyright Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters Image caption The Ivory Coast’s Koffi Kouao, Hamed Traore and team-mates celebrate after winning a penalty shootout against Ghana in the Africa Under-23 Cup of Nations in Cairo. Image copyright EPA Image caption Tourists enjoy an elephant safari at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in the Morigaon district of Assam, India. The sanctuary has reopened to tourists after being closed during the monsoon season. Image copyright Laurent Darbellay / EPA Image caption An image taken with a drone shows floating barges with solar panels on the Lac des Toules, an alpine reservoir lake in Bourg-Saint-Pierre, Switzerland. The floating solar panel station consists of 36 floating barges featuring 2,240 square meters of solar cells. Image copyright Tracey Hearmy / Reuters Image caption Britain’s Prince Charles is given a traditional Hongi welcome as he arrives at Government House in Auckland, New Zealand. Image copyright Claudia Reyes / AFP Image caption A demonstrator is hit by a riot police water cannon during a protest against the government in Santiago, Chile. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets as unrest entered a second month. Image copyright Oswaldo Rivas / Reuters Image caption A riot police officer blocks the entrance of Central American University, during a protest against the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, in Managua. Image copyright Ben Birchall / PA Image caption Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price speaks during the launch of his party’s election manifesto at Coleg y Cymoedd further education college in Nantgarw, South Wales. The party wants Wales to leave the United Kingdom, and become an independent country within the European Union. Image copyright MOhd Rsfan / AFP Image caption Catholics hold placards ahead of a Holy Mass led by Pope Francis at the National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. Image copyright Andrew Matthews / PA Image caption Choristers of Winchester Cathedral in England skate on the cathedral’s ice rink ahead of its opening this week. , All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.