The week in 27 photos – Men in Aleppo, Syria, pull a boy out of rubble Sunday, April 6, after what activists say was a bombing carried out by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The week in 27 photos – Farmers work in the fields of Wuzhuan Town, China, on Monday, April 7.
The week in 27 photos – A woman enjoys a ride with her son at an amusement park in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, on Friday, April 4.
The week in 27 photos – An artist dressed as the Hindu goddess Kali participates in a procession to celebrate the Ram Navami festival Tuesday, April 8, in Allahabad, India.
The week in 27 photos – A police officer in New York City is comforted Wednesday, April 9, after a ceremony in honor of Officer Dennis Guerra. Guerra died Wednesday after he and his partner were injured responding to a fire.
The week in 27 photos – An art installation featuring a large-scale portrait of a child reportedly orphaned by a drone strike was unveiled this week in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area of northwest Pakistan. The project is meant to be seen from above by drone operators and aims to raise awareness about civilian casualties. The collaborative effort was inspired by French artist JR's "Inside Out" movement.
The week in 27 photos – Cherry trees and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial are seen in Washington as the sun rises on Thursday, April 10.
The week in 27 photos – Finn Stallings, the young son of professional golfer Scott Stallings, putts on a green during the Masters' Par 3 contest, held Wednesday, April 9, in Augusta, Georgia.
The week in 27 photos – Lale, a polar bear cub, explores her outdoor enclosure for the first time at Zoo am Meer on Tuesday, April 8, in Bremerhaven, Germany.
The week in 27 photos – A area of land takes on the appearance of a patchwork quilt in Lisse, Netherlands, on Wednesday, April 9. The tulip season began in March and lasts until August.
The week in 27 photos – Soldiers stand next to graffiti in Complexo da Mare, one of the largest favela complexes in Rio de Janeiro, on Saturday, April 5. The Brazilian government has deployed federal forces to violence-plagued slums ahead of the FIFA World Cup, which starts in June.
The week in 27 photos – Women in Vadodara, India, hold copper pots and coconuts over their heads on Wednesday, April 9, to give a traditional welcome to Narendra Modi, a candidate running for prime minister.
The week in 27 photos – Beekeeper She Ping tries to cover his body with bees Wednesday, April 9, in Chongqing, China.