Photos of the Week (03/18/17)

1) Students rally in front of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 14, 2018. Students walked out of school to protest gun violence in the biggest demonstration yet of the student activism that has emerged in response to last month’s massacre of 17 people at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Photo: Carolyn Kaster / AP

2) Students rally to protest gun violence outside the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on March 14, 2018. Photo: Andrew Harnik / AP

3) Students make their way up East Washington Ave. toward the state Capitol during a walkout in Madison. Photo: Steve Apps / Wisconsin State Journal via AP

4) Students hold a ceremony at Brophy College Preparatory high school in Arizona as they gather to remember the 17 victims killed in Parkland and demand action regarding gun violence. Photo:  Ross D. Franklin / AP

5) Students hold up a banner with the names of the Florida school victims as they walk out of General McLane High School in Washington Township, Pennsylvania.  Photo: Christopher Millette / Erie Times-News via AP

6) A lone student wears an NRA shirt and waves a Trump flag as other students from Redondo Union High School gather outside their school in Redondo Beach, California. Photo: Andrew Gombert / EPA

7) In Berlin, Germany, schoolchildren place 740 teddy bears in front of the Konzerthaus to raise awareness of the 740,000 Syrian refugee children unable to attend school. Photo: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

8) In Istanbul, Turkey, a firefighter rescues a baby from the site of a gas explosion in the Fatih district. Photograph: Elif Öztürk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

9) A child sleeps as he is carried in a suitcase in the town of Beit Sawa, eastern Ghouta, Syria, on March 15. Tens of thousands of terrified men, women and children streamed out on foot and in pick-up trucks Thursday from besieged enclaves on two fronts, fleeing bombings from the Syrian military near the capital, Damascus, and Turkish troops in the country’s north. Photo: Omar Sanadiki / Reuters

10) President Trump during a tour of U.S.-Mexico border wall prototypes near Otay Mesa Port of Entry in California .Photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

11) President Donald Trump tosses a hat into the crowd as he arrives to speak at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, California, on March 13. Photo: Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

12) Madeline Marinovich, 11, and her dog Whizzby play during a nor’easter in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on March 13, the third storm to strike the New England coast in two weeks. Photo:  Greg Marinovich / Reuters

13) French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, at the Taj Mahal. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP/Getty

14) In Windsor, England, the new Taj Mahal at Legoland Windsor resort is unveiled, one of several iconic additions to its Miniland attraction. Photo:  Steve Parsons/PA

15) Senior guard Jordan McCabe, the state’s recently named Mr. Basketball, drove left in the waning seconds and finished a layup with his right hand with 4 seconds to play that was the difference in a 76-74 victory over heartbroken Milwaukee Washington in the WIAA Division 2 state championship game at the Kohl Center Saturday. Photos: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

16) Knud Knudsen (left), 63, delivers the mail from the post office on Germany’s Pellworm Island to the tiny nearby Hallig Suederoog Islet on March 10, 2018. Hallig Suederoog Islet has a population of just three, and is located in the North Sea about 3.5 miles (6 kilometers) from Pellworm, near the coast of Schleswig-Holstein. Knudsen makes the trek two to three times a week by walking across the mudflats at low tide. He uses just an ordinary compass to navigate and, for emergency reasons, he carries his mobile phone but nothing more. Knudsen, born on Pellworm, works at the local coast guard and volunteers as the postman for Hallig Suederoog. His father was a lighthouse guard on the neighboring island of Amrum. “I am going to retire in two years from my regular job, but I will continue as a volunteer mailman! I just love being in the mudflats, listen[ing] to the screams of the birds, and just to enjoy (sic) the peace during my walks,” Knudsen said. Photo: Alexander Koerner / Getty

17) Druid Malachy, played by Ciaron Davies, reacts with a European eagle-owl named “Cracker” during the reenactment of the first landing of Saint Patrick in Ireland at Inch Abbey in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, on March 11, 2018. Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters

18) The fountain on the South Lawn of the White House is green for the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Ireland’s Prime Minister, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, as well as St. Patrick’s Day in Washington, on March 15. Photo:  Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

19) Members of the Dungloe Band unit of Ireland take part in the St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 17, 2018, in New York. A big event since the mid-1800s, the parade has been a celebration of Irish culture and of Irish immigrants, who once faced nativist calls for their exclusion from the workforce, and from the country, when they began arriving in the city in huge numbers during the Irish Famine. Photo: Craig Ruttle / AP

20) Actor Mark Hamill meets Ireland’s President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina at the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin on March 17. Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters

21) Bagpipers with the NYPD Emerald Society walk past St. Patrick’s Cathedral as they take part in the St. Patrick’s Day parade March 17 in New York. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joined along as Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue came alive with the sound of bagpipes, trumpets and lots of green during the 257th running of the parade. Photo: Craig Ruttle / AP

22) Boats navigate the Chicago River shortly after it was dyed green in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 in Chicago. Dyeing the river has been a St. Patrick’s Day tradition in the city since 1962. Photo: Scott Olson / Getty Images

23) People stand at the Vilnia river that is colored green to celebrate the Irish festivity Saint Patrick’s Day in Vilnius, Lithuania, on March 17. Photo: Petras Malukas / AFP – Getty Images

24) A spectator shows off her green, white and orange eyelashes as the annual Saint Patrick’s day parade takes place on March 17 in Dublin. Dublin hosts the largest Saint Patrick’s day parade in the world with a route spanning 1.5 miles. The Irish annals for the fifth century date Patrick’s arrival in Ireland in the year 432 with the patron saint of Ireland’s remains believed to be buried at Down Cathedral in County Down. Photo:  Charles McQuillan / Getty Images

25) Kelsey Goran of Kennesaw, Georgia, left, kisses a sailor from the USS Alaska as he marches in the 194-year-old Savannah St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 17 in Savannah, Georgia. Photo: Stephen B. Morton / AP



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