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The Week in Pictures: A concert for plants and low turnout in Tulsa
Juneteenth rallies, Rayshard Brooks' funeral, illegal fireworks, crowded beaches and more.

Updated June 26, 2020 11:07 AM CDT


Richardson Fremond leaps over a wall as he runs to collect an award during the Chambers High School graduation ceremony at Homestead-Miami Speedway on June 23. Forty-one seniors crossed the start-finish line to receive their diplomas.

— Wilfredo Lee / AP


United Kingdom
Crowds gather on the beach during a heatwave in Bournemouth, England, on June 25.

— Finnbarr Webster / Getty Images


Washington, D.C.
Protesters try to topple Andrew Jackson's statue in Lafayette Square outside the White House on June 22.

Protesters climbed on the statue and tied ropes around it, then tried to pull it off its pedestal.

— Drew Angerer / Getty Images


Washington, D.C.
Metropolitan Police Department bicycle division officers stand guard after police closed the area around Lafayette Park outside the White House after protesters tried to topple Andrew Jackson's statue on June 22.

— Maya Alleruzzo / AP


A sleepy Bonita wears protective goggles as she settles into her mother's shoulder during a protest near the White House on June 23.

— Maya Alleruzzo / AP


Fishermen help evacuate a Rohingya woman from Myanmar onto the shorelines of Lancok village, in North Aceh Regency on June 25. Nearly 100 Rohingya from Myanmar, including 30 children, were rescued from a rickety wooden boat off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island.

— Chaideer Mahyuddin / AFP - Getty Images


Soldiers march in a Victory Day parade in Moscow's Red Square on June 24 to commemorates the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945.

— Ramil Sitdikov / Host Photo Agency via Getty Images


The UceLi string quartet rehearses at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona on June 22. The theater reopened its doors with each of its 2,292 seats occupied by plants from local nurseries, and a live online performance of Puccini's "Crisantemi."

— Emilio Morenatti / AP


Washington, D.C.
Confederate Gen. Albert Pike's spray-painted statue lies on the ground after Black Lives Matter activists pulled it down in Washington, D.C., on June 20.

— Amy Katz / Zuma Press


Tomika Miller weeps over her husband Rayshard Brooks just before his coffin is closed at the end of his public viewing at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta on June 22. Brooks, 27, died June 12 after being shot by a police officer in a Wendy's parking lot.

— Curtis Compton / Atlanta Journal-Constitution Pool








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Rayshard Brooks' coffin is carried out of Ebenezer Baptist Church following his funeral in Atlanta on June 23.
Brooks' coffin is carried out of Ebenezer Baptist Church following his funeral in Atlanta on June 23.

— Curtis Compton / Atlanta Journal-Constitution Pool


Supporters cheer during President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa on June 20.

Trump began the rally, his first since early March, by thanking the crowd of supporters indoors for coming, despite efforts from "some very bad people outside," alluding to the campaign's unfounded claim that protesters were responsible for the many empty seats inside Tulsa's 19,000-seat Bank of Oklahoma Center by blocking rally-goers from entering.

— Evan Vucci / AP


Demonstrators march outside the BOK Center before Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa on June 20.

— Charlie Riedel / AP


A supporter sits in the stands during Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa on June 20.

While the Trump re-election effort boasted that it would fill BOK Center, which seats more than 19,000 people, only 6,200 supporters ultimately occupied the general admission sections, according to the Tulsa fire marshal.

— Evan Vucci / AP


Washington, D.C.
Trump walks on South Lawn of the White House after returning from his Tulsa campaign rally early June 21.

Trump was "furious" at the "underwhelming" crowd at his rally in Tulsa, a major disappointment for what had been expected to be a raucous return to the campaign trail after three months off because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple people close to the White House.

— Patrick Semansky / AP


Visitors maintain social distance on a roller coaster ride at Worlds of Fun amusement park in Kansas City on June 22.

The park opened Monday with limited hours and reduced capacity in an attempt to stem the spread of coronavirus.

— Charlie Riedel / AP


Relatives carry the coffin of a family member believed to have died  of COVID-19a at the Parque Memorial Jardin de los Angeles cemetery, north of Tegucigalpa, on June 21.

— Orlando Sierra / AFP - Getty Images


New York City
Fireworks explode in Brooklyn on June 19.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a multiagency task force to stem the flow of illegal fireworks into the streets of all five boroughs, after record numbers of complaints about the crackles and booms keeping residents up at all hours of the night.

— John Minchillo / AP


Harriet Tubman's image is projected on Confederate General Robert E. Lee's statue in Richmond on June 20.

— Jay Paul / Reuters


Driver Bubba Wallace takes a selfie with other drivers that pushed his car to the front in the pits prior to the start of the NASCAR Cup Series auto race in Talladega on June 22.

In an extraordinary act of solidarity with NASCAR's only Black driver, dozens of drivers pushed Wallace's car to the front of the field before the race.

Wallace said he is relieved by the FBI's determining that no crime was committed in the hanging of a noose in his race track garage.

— John Bazemore / AP


Agustina Canamero, 81, and Pascual Perez, 84, kiss through a plastic screen to protect against the spread of COVID-19 at a nursing home in Barcelona on June 22.

Canamero said that in 59 years of marriage the couple had never spent such a long time without physical contact.

— Emilio Morenatti / AP


New York City
A boy rides on an adult's shoulders during a march down Manhattan's Central Park West to mark Juneteenth on June 19.

— Andrew Kelly / Reuters

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