Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

Women to Trump: Hands off

Warning: graphic language. Women protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump outside Trump properties in Chicago and New York.

Rise of the machines

A look at the new generation of robot technology.

Politics and play

Lighter moments between the news conferences, hearings and briefings in Washington, D.C.

Assault on Mosul

Iraqi forces attack the city of Mosul as they try to drive Islamic State from their last major stronghold in the country.

Hillary's wings across America

The view of America from Hillary Clinton's campaign plane.

Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

Two weeks after Hurricane Matthew, relief workers are still struggling to reach remote communities in the country's hardest-hit areas.

Celebrity portraits

Up close and personal with famous faces.

India This Week

Our best India pictures from this week.

Editor's choice

Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh

Filming a drama in Damascus

A Syrian filmmaker who captured harrowing footage of sarin gas victims in 2013 is using his experience of the attack and war to make a short film looking at why people take up arms.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Jason Reed

Australian ute culture

On the edge of Australia's outback, around 20,000 lovers of "utes" — part car, part pickup truck — gathered for a two-day alcohol-fueled, muddy celebration of all things rural Australia.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Brick carrier builds social success

Chinese construction worker Shi Shenwei spends his midday break swinging from scaffolding poles on a building site, a gymnastics routine that has made him China's latest social media sensation.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Joe Penney

Sounds of the banlieue

New artists from the neglected suburbs of Paris find inspiration in their immigrant upbringings, producing some of the hottest contemporary acting, art and music formed by their own battles against entrenched stereotypes.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad

Risk of famine looms in Yemen

Intensive care wards in Yemen's hospitals are filled with emaciated children hooked up to monitors and drips - victims of food shortages that could get even worse due to a reorganization of the central bank that is worrying importers.  Full Coverage