Photos of the Week (07/30/17)

1) President Donald Trump, accompanied by Gov. Scott Walker, left, Vice President Mike Pence, House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, Terry Gou, president and chief executive officer of Foxconn, and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, pauses while speaking in the East Room of the White House, Wednesday. Trump announced the first U.S. assembly plant for electronics giant Foxconn plans to locate in southeastern Wisconsin. Photo: Alex Brandon, AP

2) Gov. Scott Walker touts the Foxconn agreement to build in Wisconsin last week in Washington, D.C. Photo: CAROLYN KASTER, ASSOCIATED PRESS

3) Terry Gou, president and chief executive officer of Foxconn, shakes hands with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence, left, and House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., as he speaks in the East Room of the White House, Wednesday, July 26, 2017, in Washington. Photo: ALEX BRANDON, ASSOCIATED PRESS

4) President Donald Trump embraces Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, as Vice President Mike Pence, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., Terry Gou, president and chief executive officer of Foxconn, and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., also stand on stage in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Photo: CAROLYN KASTER, ASSOCIATED PRESS

5) Scott Walker speaks during the Foxconn announcement at the Milwaukee Art Museum on July 27. Mark Hogan, second from right, secretary and CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., and Gou’s translator, Louis Woo, look on.  Photo: Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

6) Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou brings Tonette Walker, Governor Scott Walker’s wife, on stage.  Photo: Mike De Sisti/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

7) Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou (left) and Gov. Scott Walker sign a memorandum of understanding regarding Foxconn’s plan to build a $10 billion factory in Wisconsin. Photo: The Milwaukee Independent

8) Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou and Gov. Scott Walker hold up a signed memorandum of understanding during the Foxconn announcement.  Photo: The Milwaukee Independent

9) Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou  and Gov. Scott Walker hold the Wisconsin flag to celebrate their $10 billion investment to build a display panel plant in Wisconsin, at the Milwaukee Art Museum on Thursday. Photo: MIKE DE SISTI, MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL

10) Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou shows off 8K screen technology. An eye operation is shown on the screen.  Photo: Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

11) White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus talks with White House senior adviser Jared Kushner in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Wednesday. Priebus resigned on Friday. (Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo)

12) People look at a forest fire in La Croix-Valmer, near Saint-Tropez, France. Firefighters battle blazes that have consumed swathes of land in southeastern France for a second day, with one inferno out of control near the chic resort of Saint-Tropez, emergency services say. Photo: AFB

13) Authorities ordered the evacuation of 10,000 people as fires hopscotched around the Riviera last Wednesday.  Photo: Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters

14) A man holds smoke bombs during a protest by Spanish taxi drivers unions in Madrid. They called for a 24-hour strike to protest the increase in cars run by private companies offering cheaper, mobile ride-hailing services. Photo: AP

15) A sculpture made from sand and mud depicting a First World War soldier is on view in Trafalgar Square to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the battle of Passchendaele. Made by Belgian artist Damian Van Der Velden it will slowly dissolve by artificial rain in four days. Photograph: Matthew Chattle/Barcroft Images

16) Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., spent last weekend outdoors, relaxing. Last Sunday afternoon, McCain, 80, who underwent blood clot surgery this month and was diagnosed with glioblastoma, tweeted a photo of himself with a friend.

17) People gather to watch as the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant releases water after heavy rainfall caused by tropical storm Talas in Hoa Binh province, about 70 kilometers from Hanoi, Vietnam on July 22. The Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant has opened flood gates for five days, in order to balance the stream flow and protect local reservoirs, as well as downstream rivers. This is the first time in the past 21 years that the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant had to open 3 out of 5 flood gates, as the dam water levels were over five meters above the limit, according to media reports. Photo: Luong Thai Linh / EPA

18) A king cobra snake is seen coming out of a container of chips in this handout photo obtained by United States Attorney’s Office Central District of California. The animal was in a package that was en route to the home of a man, later arrested, in Monterrey Park Photo: Reuters

19) Fireflies seeking mates light up in synchronized bursts inside a forest at Santa Clara sanctuary near the town of Nanacamilpa, Tlaxcala state, Mexico, July 24, 2017. Photo: Reuters

20) Filmgoers watch an open-air screening of The Lego Movie at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Movies with a View takes place every Thursday in July and August. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Image

21) A British Airways aeroplane flies near a rainbow on its way to Heathrow Airport in London, Britain. Photo: Reuters

22) Chelsea pensioners John Kidman, 87, right, and Bill “Spud” Hunt, 83, wear virtual reality headsets during an exhibition at the Household Cavalry Museum in London. Photo: AP

23) Mail Rail train driver Penelope Veck drives through the underground eastbound Mount Pleasant Sorting Office station on July 28 in London. The Postal Museum is now open to the public and features artifacts from 500 years of postal history. Mail Rail, which opens September 4, is a 1 kilometer long section of the underground railway network, which was built to transport letters and parcels between 1927 and 2003. Photo: Jack Taylor / Getty Images

24) A girl looks at 700 teddy bears, placed on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral by international aid agency World Vision UK to represent the 700 children per week that flee conflict in South Sudan. Photograph: Matt Crossick/PA

25) Participants of the Santa Claus World Congress visit the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo: AFB

26) At the world bodypainting festival 2017, a melange of faces. The main events are open to the general public, in a park known as Bodypaint City in the small town of Klagenfurt, Austria. Photograph: Jan Hetfleisch/Getty Images

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