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Africa’s week in footage: 19-25 November 2021

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A collection of one of the best images from the African continent and past.

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Patoranking wearing a green outfit, performing alongside seven other dancers. They are all wearing bright clothing and are very animated - Lagos, Nigeria Sunday 21 November 2021

On Sunday Nigerian artist Patoranking performs on the All Africa Music Awards in Lagos…

Nikita Kering wearing a pink outfit posing for a picture, kissing an award. She is holding another award in her other hand - Lagos, Nigeria Sunday 21 November 2021

The place Kenyan singer Nikita Kering received two prizes.

A man wearing sunglasses watches on with a young boy on his shoulders. There are two women in front of him both wearing sunglasses. One is wearing traditional clothing - Dakar, Senegal, Saturday 20 November 2021

In Senegal individuals collect exterior the US embassy on Saturday to observe the US secretary of state converse.

Women with large pounders pounding traditional food. One woman has the pounder raised high in the air and has an exhausted expression on her face in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Friday 19 November 2021

On Friday, girls put together conventional meals for troopers in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa.

A golden cross laying on a red cloth at a museum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Saturday 20 November 2021

Historic artefacts are on show on the Nationwide Museum in Addis Ababa the subsequent day.

A monk on his knees wearing a white robe with an incense burner in his hands in Morocco - Tuesday 23 November 2021

In central Morocco a monk prays on Tuesday at a funeral for a fellow cleric…

A monk in a cave-like room, which is quite dark, staring at a large icon of Jesus Christ on the cross in Morocco - Tuesday 23 November 2021

One other monk stares at an icon of Christ on the cross.

People walk between two large sculptures at night in Luxor, Egypt - Wednesday 24 November 2021

Folks stroll on the website of the traditional temple of Luxor in Egypt on Wednesday forward of the opening of the Avenue of Sphinxes.

A farmer in a blue hoodie half way up a date palm tree. He is surrounded by green palm trees. The dates are hanging off the trees in white bags in Tozeur, Tunisia - Wednesday 24 November 2021

On the identical day within the Tunisian province of Tozeur, a farmer climbs a tree to select dates…

A farmer separating the dates with a bunch of dates in one hand and what looks like a tool in the other. He is surrounded by many dates. Some of them are in a yellow box in Tozeur, Tunisia - Wednesday 24 November 2021

As one other farmer on the bottom separates them.

A farmer holding raw coco in their hand in Ekoumdouma, Cameroon - Monday 22 November 2021.

Additional south on Monday, farmers in Cameroon harvest cocoa – the beans of that are used to make chocolate.

A woman holding a placard which reads: "Save the wild coast". She appears to be singing or shouting and looks very passionate. Her long blonde hair is blowing in the air in Cape Town, South Africa - Sunday 21 November 2021

The day earlier than, a protester in Cape City makes a passionate attraction to avoid wasting South Africa’s Wild Coast the place it’s feared sound-sensitive marine life shall be affected by a seismic survey to be performed seeking oil and gasoline deposits.

A protestor holding up a Sudan flag against a dark blue sky in Khartoum Sunday 21 November 2021

On the identical day in Sudan, a protester lifts up a nationwide flag at an indication calling for full civilian rule in Khartoum following final month’s coup…

A man smiling making the victory sign. He is carrying a boy on his shoulders who is holding the Sudan flag.

Demonstrators are all smiles on Thursday as they hit the streets once more for a similar trigger.

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