Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

See striking images from around the world, showing current events, news stories and offbeat photos. Here's a look back at the last week in pictures.

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Indian artist, Ravi Kali (32), dressed as Hindu goddess Kali, participates in a religious procession for the Hindu festival, Ganesh Chaturthi in New Delhi. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Indian Muslim devotees offer prayers during the festival of Eid al-Adha among the ruins of the Feroz Shah Kotla mosque in New Delhi on September 25, 2015. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Hidekichi Miyazaki (in red), 105, imitates the pose of Usain Bolt after running with other competitors over eighty years of age during a 100-metre-dash in the Kyoto Masters Autumn Competiton in Kyoto, western Japan. Miyazaki was authorised as the oldest sprinter who competed in a 100-metre-dash by the Guinness World Records. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Pope Francis laughs alongside US President Barack Obama upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, on the start of a 3-day trip to Washington. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Sumo wrestlers hold up crying babies during a 'Baby-cry Sumo' event at the Irugi Shrine in Tokyo. Japanese parents believe that sumo wrestlers can help make babies cry out a wish to grow up with good health. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

An Afghan boy carries a sheep on his shoulder at a livestock market ahead of the sacrificial Eid al-Adha festival in Kabul. Muslims across the world were preparing to celebrate annual festival of Eid al-Adha or the festival of sacrifice which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and commemorates prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to God. Pic/AFP

Images of the week: September 20-26, 2015

Italy's Project coordinator of Nemo's Garden, Gianni Fontanesi harvests basil in an immerged Biosphere in Noli. 3 biospheres with air have welcome seeds of basilic and others green plants to study their grows immerged at 8m in complete autonomy thanks to the natural Photosyntesis process, protected from any pollution from the outdoor plantations. This project is part of the Italian Pavillon theme at the EXPO2015 , 'how to feed the planet'. Pic/AFP

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