From the deadly suicide attack in Turkey to the shock exit of Britain from Euro 2016, here is the week in pictures.

A policeman talks with children as refugees disembark from Offshore Aid Station ship Topaz Responder in the Sicilian harbour of Augusta, Italy.

Afghan security forces inspect buses damaged by suicide bombers who targeted a police academy near the capital Kabul, killing at least 27 recruits and wounding 40 others.

Relatives of a victim of the blast at Istanbul Ataturk Airport mourn in front of a morgue in Istanbul.

Riot police clash with protesters during a demonstration against a labour law bill in Paris. The socialist government wants the reforms to make it easier to lay off employees and allow temporary extension of the working week.

A man pushes a tub carrying children to their home after collecting them from school in a flooded area of Duchang, in Jiangxi Province, China.

Demonstrators in London's Trafalgar Square take part in a protest declaring solidarity with the European Union after the Brexit victory in Britain's EU referendum.

A member of the Iraqi government forces celebrates in a Fallujah street after the recapture of the city from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group.

Icelandic soccer fans celebrate as they watch the Iceland-England match on a screen in Reykjavik. Iceland pulled off the shock of the Euro 2016 Championship by beating England 2-1 on Monday. 
A Palestinian youth plays with fireworks as he celebrates during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan along the alley in Jebaliya refugee camp in Gaza Strip.