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.
Indian devotees take a vow before forming a human pyramid in a bid to reach and break a dahi-handi (curd-pot) suspended in the air during celebrations for the Janmashtami festival, which marks the birth of Hindu God Lord Krishna, in Mumbai on September 6, 2015. Participants receive prize money by constructing a human pyramid tall enough to enable the top person to reach the pot and claim the contents after breaking it. Pic/AFP
Members of a tribe from Vanuatu island pose during the photocall of the movie 'Tanna' presented during the Film Critics Week at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival at Venice Lido. Pic/AFP
A woman walks towards a collapsed house on a field inundated by floodwaters in Joso in Ibaraki prefecture. Thousands of rescuers arrived in a deluged city north of Tokyo on September 11 to help evacuate hundreds of trapped residents and search for 12 people missing after torrential rains triggered massive flooding. Pic/AFP
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) attends a ceremony at Tweedbank Station in Tweedbank on the Scottish Borders to officially open the Borders Railway on the day that The Queen becomes Britain's longest-serving monarch. Britain celebrated Queen Elizabeth II becoming the country's longest-serving monarch with a flotilla down the River Thames, a gun salute and the peal of Westminster Abbey's bells. Pic/AFP
A newlywed couple pose at the Trocadero in Paris. Pic/AFP
Andy Murray of the UK breaks his racket against Kevin Anderson of South Africa during their 2015 US Open men's singles round- four match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York. Pic/AFP
Kayan ethnic women wait for the arrival of National League for Democracy chairperson Aung San Suu Kyi during an election campaign rally in Demoso, Myanmar's Kayah State. Some 30 million people will have the chance to vote - many for the first time in their lives -- in the elections, the only nationwide polls contested by Suu Kyi's party in a quarter of a century as the nation emerges from decades of stifling military rule. Pic/AFP