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Everything is insane and awful. Maybe these photos can explain it.

What the world looked like this week through the lenses of photographers around the globe.

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The Dean of Durham, The Very Reverend Andrew Tremlett preaches during a Eucharist service at the first public worship held since Coronavirus restrictions were eased at Durham Cathedral on July 19, 2020 in Durham, England.

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A crowd demonstrates against the settlement of Tesla in the Brandenburg community of Grünheide, in Germany, not far from the planned headquarters of the carmaker.

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Journalists follow the presentation of a so-called Elwobot, an autonomous plantation robot for wine and fruit growing, on the TU Dresden campus in Saxony, Dresden.

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Trainees are displayed on a monitor while driving cars equipped with 'RoboCoach', an AI-powered driving instructor developed by Yi Xian Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd, during a driving lesson at Eastern Pioneer driving school on July 17, 2020 in Kunming, Yunnan Province of China.

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British Airways announced it will retire the iconic Boeing 747 jumbo jets fleet as an impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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Students of the Hyperloop team of TU Delft try to break their own record of 202 kilometres per hour with a pod on an outdoor track in Hilversum, Netherlands, on July 17, 2020.

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A Chinese security guard rides a Segway outside the official opening of the new flagship Apple Store in the Sanlitun shopping area on July 17, 2020 in Beijing, China.

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Production manager Emily Egerton takes the temperature of Lili Trifilio of Beach Bunny as she arrives for a sound check before playing a live show in an empty venue at Lincoln Hall on July 15, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. The 500 person capacity venue recently started hosting live shows again after being shut down by the coronavirus COVID-19 since mid-March.

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