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A volcano eruption in Spain, flooding in Indonesia and a horse race in Ireland are featured in some of this week's most memorable images.
Lava flows on La Palma island have destroyed more than 1,000 houses in their paths.
Some 7,500 people have been forced to flee their homes since the Cumbre Vieja began erupting on La Palma island more than a month ago.
Lava rolling toward the Atlantic Ocean forced the evacuation of another 300 people on La Palma late Thursday, bringing the total number to 7,000.
The 4.5-magnitude earthquake was the strongest recorded temblor since volcanic eruptions began on La Palma 26 days ago.
The lava took a new course and put homes in Los Llanos de Aridane on La Palma island in its probable path of destruction.
It's the third fissure to crack open since the Cumbre Vieja crater erupted on La Palma island in mid-September.
A D-shaped 338-hectare tongue of molten rock is building up on La Palma's western shore.
Lava from a volcano on La Palma island has reached the sea after days of wiping out hundreds of homes and forcing the evacuation of thousands of residents.
The slowing advance raises doubts about if it will fan out across the land and destroy more homes on La Palma, Canary Islands, instead of flowing into the sea.
Officials on the eastern Caribbean island are worried about those who have refused to evacuate as the La Soufriere volcano fires ash and hot gas.
A U.S. border crossing, volcano tourism and Easter celebrations round out this week's best images.
Suez Canal shutdown, volcano eruptions and a flood in Australia round out this week's best images.
The most recent warning was issued late Tuesday for La Soufriere volcano in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
An earthquake hit after the volcano eruption but no significant damage is expected.
A wax Queen Elizabeth, the erupting Pacaya volcano and a surfing dinosaur round out this week's best images.
Officials have warned the volcano, which began erupting on Sunday, could be on the cusp of a much bigger and more dangerous eruption.
Volcanic gases still being emitted on the island are so toxic that scientists said a single inhalation could be fatal and another eruption was possible.
The mission to recover eight bodies got underway as experts warned White Island could erupt again.
Two teenage brothers originally from Chicago are identified as among the dead following the White Island eruption.