Week in pictures: 18-24 November 2017

Rohingya refugee Almor Yhan, 59, rests with relatives hours after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee Almor Yhan rests with relatives hours after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. Yhan told Reuters that she lost one son and two nephews when their village, Godam Para, was attacked by Myanmar military. More than 600,000 have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh since Rohingya attacks on police posts prompted a military crackdown in Rakhine state in late August.
Central Scotland MSP Richard Leonard, pictured alongside the Clyde, after he was announced as the new leader of the Scottish Labour party at an event at the Glasgow Science Centre, GlasgowImage copyrightJANE BARLOW/PA
Image captionRichard Leonard has been elected as the new leader of the Labour Party in Scotland after a bitter battle to succeed Kezia Dugdale, who resigned from the role in August.
Zimbabwe's former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa addresses supporters in Harare, ZimbabweImage copyrightMIKE HUTCHINGS / REUTERS
Image captionOn the eve of being sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa addressed supporters in Harare. His predecessor, Robert Mugabe, left office dramatically after 37 years of authoritarian rule.
Light installationImage copyrightTOMS KALNINS / EPA
Image captionA light installation by Finnish artist Alexander Reichstein is seen at the Staro Riga Light Festival in Latvia.
People gather at the Broadway entrance of Macy's Herald Square store ahead of early opening for the Black Friday sales in Manhattan, New York, USImage copyrightANDREW KELLY / REUTERS
Image captionPeople gather outside Macy’s department store in New York as they wait for the sales to begin on Black Friday, a worldwide shopping event where discounts are offered.
Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri (L) greets his supporters upon his arrival at his home in BeirutImage copyrightSTRINGER / AFP
Image captionLebanese PM Saad Hariri arrived back in Beirut for the first time since announcing – and later “suspending” – his resignation in Saudi Arabia more than two weeks ago.
The Prince of Wales visits Bellevue Chopin Farm on Dominica during his tour of hurricane-ravaged Caribbean islandsImage copyrightVICTORIA JONES / PA
Image captionThe Prince of Wales described the destruction caused by Caribbean hurricanes as “utterly heartbreaking”. Here he visits Dominica as part of a three-day tour to see the damage caused by hurricanes Irma and Maria in September.
US President Donald Trump participates in the 70th National Thanksgiving turkey pardoning ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in WashingtonImage copyrightCARLOS BARRIA / REUTERS
Image captionThe Thanksgiving turkey pardoning is an annual tradition at the White House and this year was Donald Trump’s first. The tradition can be traced back to President Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
Galatea passing along the north Wales coast and steaming past Conwy CastleImage copyrightCHARLOTTE GRAHAM / REX / SHUTTERSTOCK
Image captionThe LMS Jubilee Class locomotive Galatea is seen steaming past Conwy Castle in north Wales.
fans enjoy the pool deck on Day One of the First Test match between Australia and England at the Gabba in BrisbaneImage copyrightJONO SEARLE / EPA
Image captionCricket fans enjoy the pool deck on the first day of the first Ashes Test match between Australia and England at the Gabba in Brisbane. England’s players have a tough task ahead of them, having beaten Australia on their own turf only four times since 1954-55.
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