The Best Pictures of the Week, July 15 – July 22

Iran
Vahid Salemi—AP
July 15, 2011. Preparing for their dual wedding ceremony, Iranian brothers Javad, left, and Mehdi Jafari pose with their brides-to-be—Maryam Sadeghi and Zahra Abolghasemi—before donning their own formal dress in Ghalehsar, a village about 220 miles (360 km) northeast of Tehran.

This week: Iranian wedding, the Caylee Anthony memorial, 30 nations declare Gaddafi’s regime no longer legitimate, Bee Man, sharks, marijuana and illegal ivory go up in smoke, Kenya’s drought, a leopard attacks, and the final shuttle landing.

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