Fans light up Tunisia's Olympic Stadium in Rades during Saturday's first leg Caf Champions League semi-final match between Esperance and Egypt's al-Ahly, which the home side lost 0-1.

A selection of the week’s best photos of Africans from across the continent and elsewhere.

Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
On Friday, percussionist Malick Fall performs with his band Jamm at Senegal’s renowned Saint Louis Jazz Festival – back after the pandemic put paid to last year’s gathering.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
On the same day, Angolan singer Anselmo Ralph delights a different crowd happy to see a live performance again – in the Portuguese city of Porto.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Fans light up Tunisia’s Olympic Stadium in Rades during Saturday’s first leg Caf Champions League semi-final match between Esperance and Egypt’s al-Ahly, which the home side lost 0-1.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Rally cars are in Kenya raising dust this week for the tough-going Safari Rally, which returns to the World Rally Championship for the first time in 19 years…
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
On Wednesday, the day before the official start, competitors take their first opportunity to sample the country’s roads at a competitive pace.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
In neighbouring Somalia, a boy jumps into the water on Friday in the capital, Mogadishu, with his shoes on…
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
On the same day on the same beach, some fishermen get ready to set sail.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Friday also sees the last in a series of marches across Spain that began in April calling for a referendum on self-determination in Western Sahara…
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
The territory is a former Spanish colony that Morocco annexed in 1975 – and the Saharawi protesters, seen here in Madrid, want Spain to respect international law.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Supporters of an opposition collective in Senegal rally in the capital against presidential third term bids on Wednesday – the 10th anniversary of protests which put paid to ex-President Abdoulaye Wade’s ambitions.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Breathe in, now out. Yogis perform a sun salutation on Saturday as part of World Yoga Day in the South African city of Johannesburg.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Breathe in, now out. Yogis perform a sun salutation on Saturday as part of World Yoga Day in the South African city of Johannesburg.
Sunday marked International Refugee Day – and here a Malian man who has fled his home stands tall in Goudebou, a camp which is home to more than 11,000 refugees in northern Burkina Faso.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
In Ethiopia on Monday, voters queue up at a polling station in Beshasha, the home village of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
Fufu, made from pounded cassava, is prepared in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, on Saturday. It is often served with geebee sauce, a traditional dish originating from Nimba county.
Africa's week in pictures: June 18-24
And a man in Zimbabwe makes light work of a cart loaded with reed chairs on Wednesday in Hopley, a largely informal settlement in the capital, Harare.

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