Africa's week in pictures: 4-10 January 2019

A selection of the photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week:
A supporter Felix Tshisekedi, of the provisional winner of presidential elections in Democratic Republic of Congo, is showered with powder on Thursday...
Many of those celebrating the first-ever victory of an opposition candidate took to the streets of the capital, Kinshasa, with their faces covered in talc.
Earlier in the week on Tuesday, a Congolese traditional doctor makes an eye-opening arrival at a wrestling match in Kinshasa.
Statues of Nelson Mandela and 54 other anti-apartheid activists are pictured on Friday in the South African city of Johannesburg.
The moment of burn in a Kenyan's workout is caught on camera in Nairobi on Wednesday.
In another part of the same city on the same day, a Kenyan and a Chinese national sit in the dock accused of illegally storing ivory.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir waves his walking stick on Wednesday as he greets his supporters in the capital, Khartoum...
A gesture some of those in the crowd at Green Square in Khartoum seem to mimic...
The pro-Bashir rally followed weeks of protests against him, including this one on Sunday where one protester covers her face to protect herself from tear gas.
Also on Sunday, a migrant looks on in Malaga after an inflatable boat was rescued off the Spanish coast.
Black Panther film stars, including Danai Gurira (L) from Zimbabwe and Kenya's Lupita Nyong'o (C), dress to impress at the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
A crowd in Nigeria's main city of Lagos watches a train carriage being lifted back on to the tracks after it came off the rails during rush hour on Thursday.
More sticks are on display, this time in South Africa as followers of Nazareth Baptist Church pray on Wednesday at the top of their holy mountain of Nhlongakazi, north of Durban…
The Shembe pilgrims, as they are known - including these women pictured on Saturday, walk barefoot for several days, covering 60km (about 40 miles) and sleeping in the open.
It was Christmas on Monday for Ethiopian Orthodox Christians. Here priests are seen at a church in Lalibela...
The celebrations, which take place over several days, attract pilgrims from all over the country. This is St George Church pictured on Sunday...
There are 11 rock-hewn churches in Lalibela, including St Mary's, where these pilgrims find a perch in the bell tower on Monday.
A security guard looks through a window in Egypt as US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gives a speech at the American University of Cairo on Thursday.
And Egyptian children play in a cemetery outside Minya, dubbed "City of the Dead", on Tuesday - the day it was announced Egypt would host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
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