A week in photos from award winning Sydney Morning Herald photographers.
A man who has admitted scaling Buckingham Palace's wall and trespassing in the grounds is a convicted murderer.
Paul McGeough He doesn't forget. Plucked from a very ordinary existence in Somalia, the Tanzanian fisherman Suleiman Abdullah Salim was subjected to extraordinary treatment in Afghanistan.
Georgina Mitchell The pilot and first officer were flying EgyptAir flight MS804 before it disappeared on Thursday.
Latika Bourke Big Tobacco's had a very bad week and Australia's former PM says we're the reason.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies Indonesia's chief security minister says he will show the ambassadors of four countries - including Australia - solid evidence against teachers and cleaners accused of sexual abuse at a prestigious international school.
Michael Evans, Megan Levy, agencies Investigators were continuing to search for the wreckage of an Egyptian airliner believed to have been downed in a terror attack in the Mediterranean late on Friday as it emerged an Australian dual citizen was on board.
Julie Power French photographer Pascal Hess nearly didn't catch Egypt Air flight MS804 because he had lost his passport for days.
Megan Levy A geologist and new father who had previously worked in the West Australian goldfields has been identified as one of the passengers on board the missing EgyptAir flight, which abruptly swerved before vanishing from flight radar over the Mediterranean Sea.
An Australian-British dual national was aboard the missing EgyptAir jetliner, Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says.
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