THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Community mourns Tre'Veon Marshall, refugee family reunites

Sunday, July 21, 2013 | 5:12 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — This week, Missourian photographs captured images from the Show-Me State Games and the World Refugee Day Festival.

In this photograph by Unho Yi, community members participate in a candlelight vigil for Tre'Veon Marshall on Tuesday. Marshall was shot on the night of July 14 and pronounced dead early the next morning.

Megan Donohue captured this image of Jaxon Rowden getting tagged out by Duncan Breckner during a baseball game on the first day of the Show-Me State Games on Friday. The game took place at Antimi Field at Cosmopolitan Park.

Quint Smith captured this image of Naw Nang, Say Lar, Naw Set and Noe Ree Paw, who are refugees from Myanmar, sitting under a tree during the World Refugee Day Festival on Saturday.

On Tuesday, Unho Yi took this photograph of Erin Monroe holding balloons while getting ready for Tre'Veon Marshall's candlelight vigil.

Quint Smith captured this image of Jordyn Wieber, an Olympic gold medalist, greeting the Show-Me State Games crowd Friday at Mizzou Arena.

In this photograph by Quint Smith, Evan, left, and Josh Johnson play in the water at Little Mates Cove on Monday. The son and father often visit the pool.

In this photograph by Unho Yi, Wonjoon Moon takes the elevator up to his apartment. Moon, an MU student, will return to South Korea because of financial difficulties.

On Thursday, Marysa Greenawalt captured this image of Nene Rwenyaguza, a refugee from Congo, being reunited with his wife Francine after 11 years, when they were separated during an attack on their village.

Unho Yi took this picture on Thursday of Lois Bennett, left, Renee Brochu and Travis Buchanan putting together hula hoops Thursday before Artragreous Fridays.

In this photograph by Unho Yi, Bishop Lorenzo Lawson prays for shooting victim, Tre'Veon Marshall, at McKee Park on Monday.

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