Photos of the Week (03/25/18)

1) Pope Francis arrives to lead the Palm Sunday Mass in St Peter’s Square at the Vatican March 25, 2018. Photo: Reuters

2) Galvanized by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High shooting and led by its survivors, thousands rallied against guns in Washington and beyond. A student from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania writes a protest sign prior to the rally in Washington. Photo: Alex Edelman / AFP – Getty Images

3) People pack onto the street for the rally in Washington, DC. Photo: Nicholas Kamm / AFP – Getty Images

4) Attendees watch presenters at a rally in Washington, DC. Check out the woman’s sign. Photo:  Eric Thayer / Reuters

5) Protesters shout as they march down Sixth Avenue in New York City. Photo: Photo: Drew Angerer / Getty Images

6) Officials investigate the scene where police closed in on the suspect of five Texas bombings in Round Rock, Texas, on March 21. One of the largest bombing investigations in the U.S. since the Boston Marathon attacks in 2013 came to an intense close early Wednesday when authorities say they moved in on suspect Mark Anthony Conditt at an interstate hotel. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said Conditt blew himself up after running his sport utility vehicle into a ditch. Photo: Loren Elliott / Reuters

7) This image made from drone video provided by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services shows firefighters from the Folsom, Calif., Fire Department rescuing a motorist whose car became stuck as a flash flood washed over a road near Folsom on Thursday, March 22, 2018. A powerful storm spread more rain across California on Thursday, swelling rivers, flooding streets and causing some mud and rock slides but, so far, sparing communities a repeat of the disastrous debris flows that hit during a downpour early this year. Photo: California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services via AP Kelly B. Huston

8) Winter Storm Toby throws a fresh blanket of snow on New York City just as spring begins. The storm was expected to bring 15 inches of snow to the Big Apple by the end of Thursday. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

9) The I-95 Corridor got pummeled Wednesday with another major nor’easter on the first full day of spring. A girl sleds on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Photo: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

10) Magnolia flowers are covered with snow before they start to bloom in Washington. Photo: Yuri Gripas / Reuters

11) A pedestrian wearing platform shoes crosses the street in New York. Photo: Lucas Jackson / Reuters

12) Bobby Reynolds lays on the snowy beach before surfing at Rockaway Beach during the snow storm in the Queens borough of New York. Photo: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images

13) A Kosovo opposition lawmaker throws a tear-gas canister during a parliament session in Pristina on March 21, 2018, before a vote on whether to ratify a border deal signed in 2015 with Montenegro. Tear gas was lobbed, halting a vote on a border deal with Montenegro, seen as key for Pristina’s bid to join the EU.  Photo: Armend Nimani / AFP / Getty

14) A couple holds their hands out to receive the sun’s energy as they celebrate the spring equinox atop the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico, on March 21, 2018. Although the official vernal equinox occurred on Tuesday, thousands of visitors were expected to climb the ancient pyramid Wednesday to greet the sun and celebrate the beginning of spring.  Photo: Rebecca Blackwell / AP

15) A glazer works on glass panels on the exterior wall of the Space Needle observation deck, where larger glass panels behind him begin to line the exterior viewing platform and views north on March 20, 2018, in Seattle, Washington. The privately funded $100 million renovation of the 55-year old structure is designed to increase the views approximately 500 feet above the ground. It will include the replacement of wire barriers on the observation deck with outward-slanted glass, and short exterior walls will be replaced with the floor-to-ceiling glass panels.  Photo: Elaine Thompson / AP

16) Brody Roybal of the U.S. and his teammates Josh Pauls and Joshua Misiewicz celebrate winning the gold medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics. Photo: REUTERS/Carl Recine

17) Monuments called “fallas” burn in a fire during the traditional Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain, on March 19, 2018. Every year the city of Valencia celebrates the ancient Las Fallas fiesta, a noisy week that is full of fireworks and processions in honor of Saint Joseph, that ends at midnight of March 19, burning many characters and large papier-mâché satirical figures displayed around the streets of the city.  Photo: Alberto Saiz / AP

18) Petra Nakoinz paints an Easter egg during the annual Sorbian Easter egg market at the Sorbian cultural center on March 17, 2018, in Schleife, Germany. Sorbians are a Slavic minority in eastern Germany who speak a language closely related to Czech and Polish. The Sorbian cultural calendar is rich in folklore, particularly at Easter in the Saxon region of Lower Lusatia.  Photo: Steffi Loos / Getty

19) TV host Farid Pina poses for a picture wearing his Botas picudas mexicanas (Mexican pointy boots) in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on March 16, 2018.  Photo: Jose Luis Gonzalez / Reuters

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