ABC News' photo editors chose the most striking news photos of the week.
A fox stands on an ice floe drifting along the River Tisza in Cigand, Hungary, Feb. 10, 2017.
Iraqi newlyweds Hussain Zeeno Zannun (R) 26, and Chahad, 16 – who fled Mosul –are showered in foam during their wedding party at Khazer camp in Iraq, Feb. 16, 2017.
President Donald Trump welcomes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington, D.C., Feb. 13, 2017.
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This photo, taken on Feb. 12, 2017 and released on Feb. 13 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), shows the launch of a surface-to-surface medium long-range ballistic missile Pukguksong-2 at an undisclosed location.
North Korea said on February 13 it had successfully tested a new ballistic missile, triggering a US-led call for an urgent UN Security Council meeting after a launch seen as a challenge to President Donald Trump.
Security officials force out South African opposition party Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) members during the South African president's State Of the Nation Address, Feb. 9, 2017, in Cape Town.
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In this timed-exposure night photo taken early on Feb. 12, 2017, Mount Sinabung volcano spews reddish smoke and ash, as seen from the Karo district in North Sumatra province in Indonesia.
Activity levels have increased in the past week, with Sinabung shooting hot ash clouds into the sky dozens of times, according to the local volcano monitoring agency.
Cancer patient Carolyn Murrah of North Richland Hills, Texas, one of a group of advanced-stage cancer patients to model in the SMGlobal Catwalk presentation for Say Yes to HOPE, is fitted with false eyelashes during New York Fashion Week in New York City, Feb. 11, 2017.
People inspect damages at the site of a Saudi-led air strike which struck a house where mourners had gathered for a funeral north of Yemen's capital of Sanaa, Feb. 16, 2017.
Volunteers try to assist stranded pilot whales that came to shore after one of the country's largest recorded mass whale strandings, in Golden Bay, at the top of New Zealand's South Island, Feb. 11, 2017.
Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, who had been deported, embraces her son, Angel, 16, who met her in Mexico after she was deported, at Hotel Fray Marcos in Nogales, Mexico, Feb. 9, 2017. Rayos, who was brought to the U.S. as a 14- year-old more than two decades ago, was arrested during a routine ICE check-in here, days after the Trump administration broadened the definition of "criminal alien."
Caitlin O'Hara/The New York Times
Chelsea, a Peterbarld cat, is pictured at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club "Meet the Breeds" event, Feb. 11, 2017.
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This aerial photo shows the Oceti Sakowin camp, where people have gathered to protest the Dakota Access pipeline on federal land, Feb. 13, 2017, in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. A federal judge on Feb. 13, 2017, refused to stop construction on the last stretch of the Dakota Access pipeline, which is progressing much faster than expected.
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Locals are shown carrying children in palanquins during a festival as they parade through the village of Tufang in eastern China's Fujian province, Feb. 9, 2017.
It's an annual event in the village of Tufang in coastal Fujian province, where China's Hakka community is concentrated and marks its unique history with a range of festivals. The Hakka, which means "guest," are Chinese who speak their own eponymous dialect and have a history as wanderers that has given birth to a range of colorful cultural rituals.
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Emma Lunder of Canada in action during the Women's 15km Individual competition of the IBU World Championships Biathlon 2017 at the Biathlon Stadium Hochfilzen, Feb. 15, 2017 in Hochfilzen, Austria.
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The Oroville Dam spillway releases 100,000 cubic feet of water per second down the main spillway in Oroville, California, Feb. 13, 2017.
Almost 200,000 people were under evacuation orders in northern California Monday after a threat of catastrophic failure at the United States' tallest dam. Officials said the threat had subsided for the moment as water levels at the Oroville Dam, 75 miles (120 kilometers) north of Sacramento, have eased. But people were still being told to stay out of the area.
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