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The week in 32 photos

Updated 8:15 AM ET, Fri March 13, 2015
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The parents of 19-year-old Mohammed Musallam react at the family's East Jerusalem home on Tuesday, March 10. The ISIS militant group released a video that showed a young boy executing Musallam, an Israeli citizen of Palestinian descent who ISIS claimed infiltrated the group to spy for the Jewish state. Musallam's family told CNN that Musallam had no ties with the Mossad, Israel's spy agency, and they said he was, in fact, recruited by ISIS. AMMAR AWAD/Reuters/Landov
The Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft, carrying three astronauts from the International Space Station, returns to Earth on Thursday, March 12, near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan. Bill Ingalls/NASA/Getty Images
U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell of Alabama hugs U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia before his remarks Saturday, March 7, at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush were also in attendance during an event held on the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," when marchers in 1965 were brutally beaten as they demonstrated for voting rights. JONATHAN ERNST/Reuters/Landov
People gather around an airplane after it made an emergency landing on a ski slope in the French Alpine ski resort of Avoriaz on Thursday, March 12. A Polish skier was hit by the plane and severely injured, officials said. STEPHANE LERENDU/AFP/Getty Images
Police take cover after two officers were shot Thursday, March 12, during protests outside the Ferguson Police Department in Ferguson, Missouri. The St. Louis suburb has been a flashpoint since August, when a white police officer, Darren Wilson, shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown. The department's police chief resigned Thursday in the wake of a Justice Department report that documented a pattern of racial discrimination in the department. Neither of the officers wounded Thursday was from Ferguson. Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post/AP
A Maltese is groomed on the fourth and final day of the Crufts dog show Sunday, March 8, in Birmingham, England. Carl Court/Getty Images
U.S. military personnel search for the wreckage of an Army Black Hawk helicopter during heavy fog Wednesday, March 11, at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. All 11 service members aboard the helicopter are believed to be dead after it crashed in waters off the Florida Panhandle. Searchers found the helicopter at the bottom of the Santa Rosa Sound. Melissa Nelson-Gabriel/AP
Hillary Clinton holds a news conference at U.N. headquarters on Tuesday, March 10, addressing her use of private email while she was secretary of state. Clinton said she used a private domain for work out of "convenience," but she admitted in retrospect "it would have been better" to use multiple emails. Richard Drew/AP
People in Mumbai, India, celebrate the Holi festival of colors on Friday, March 6. Holi is a Hindu celebration marking the arrival of spring. DANISH SIDDIQUI/Reuters/Landov
A woman mourns at the grave of her brother Wednesday, March 11, at the National Cemetery in Disco Hill, Liberia. The cemetery was established to provide a dignified burial for victims of Ebola, which has killed thousands during the current outbreak in West Africa. AHMED JALLANZO/EPA/Landov
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish girl dressed as a bride stands on a sidewalk in Jerusalem during celebrations marking the Jewish holiday of Purim on Friday, March 6. AMMAR AWAD/Reuters/Landov
Skeletons are pictured Tuesday, March 10, at the site where eight mass graves -- holding more than 200 skeletons -- were found under a supermarket in Paris. The discovery was made in January when the store was undergoing renovations. The area was apparently part of a cemetery for the Hospital of the Trinity, according to France's BFM-TV. The cemetery operated from the 12th century to around the 17th century. PHILIPPE WOJAZER/Reuters/Landov
Pro-Russian rebels in Donetsk, Ukraine, take part in a beauty contest involving women from the main separatist battalions on Saturday, March 7. Vadim Ghirda/AP
Police hit a student protester in Letpadan, Myanmar, on Tuesday, March 10. According to multiple media reports and international watch groups, students were met with violence as they marched to Yangon, the nation's largest city, to protest an education bill they say limits academic freedom. Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters/Landov
This undated forensics photograph -- which was presented as evidence Tuesday, March 10, during the federal trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- shows what prosecutors say is Tsarnaev's handwriting on the inside of the boat he was captured in nearly two years ago. See more photos of evidence released by authorities U.S. Attorney's Office/AP
Schoolchildren in Tokyo wear padded hoods to protect them from falling debris as they sit during an earthquake simulation exercise Wednesday, March 11. The drill was held on the fourth anniversary of an earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands in Japan. ISSEI KATO/Reuters/Landov
The Solar Impulse 2 flies over Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday, March 9. Its pilots, Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg, are attempting to become the first people to fly around the world on a solar-powered plane. Jean Revillard/Getty Images
An outline of a body is seen next to the Detroit Tigers' dugout before a spring-training baseball game Monday, March 9, in Lakeland, Florida. The grounds crew had jokingly marked the spot where Tigers trainer Kevin Rand fell down the day before as he rushed to the mound to check on a pitcher. Carlos Osorio/AP
A maintenance worker carries the letters that were removed from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house Monday, March 9, at the University of Oklahoma. The fraternity house was shut down and two students were expelled after a video surfaced that showed some SAE members taking part in a racist chant. Nick Oxford/AP
A border collie named Spring tries to catch a Frisbee during a competition Sunday, March 8, at the Woofstock 90210 dog show in Beverly Hills, California. The annual event raises money for animal welfare and helps find homes for rescue dogs. MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images
Shiite fighters ride an armored vehicle in Al-Alam, Iraq, on Monday, March 9, during an offensive against the ISIS militant group. THAIER AL-SUDANI/Reuters/Landov
A demonstrator holds a plank to hide from a police water cannon Wednesday, March 11, in Istanbul. The clashes followed a protest in memory of Berkin Elvan, a 15-year-old boy who died a year ago after he was hit by a tear-gas canister in 2013. OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images
Sun shines through the petals of a daisy Monday, March 9, in Frankfurt, Germany. FRANK RUMPENHORST/AFP/Getty Images
Actors Ben Stiller, left, and Owen Wilson walk the runway as their "Zoolander" characters Derek and Hanzel during a surprise appearance at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, March 10. A sequel to the popular 2001 movie is scheduled for release next year. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
A dancer from the Sydney Dance Company practices on Friday, March 6. Don Arnold/WireImage/Getty Images
Demonstrators in Madison, Wisconsin, protest the shooting of Tony Robinson during a rally at the state Capitol on Monday, March 9. Robinson, 19, was fatally shot by a police officer who forced his way into an apartment after hearing a disturbance while responding to a call. Police say Robinson had attacked the officer. Andy Manis/AP
A baby polar bear and its mother spend time outdoors at the Marineland animal exhibition park in Antibes, France, on Monday, March 9. Lionel Cironneau/AP
Women in Bangalore, India, take part in a "Stiletto Run" organized by fashion brand Elle to celebrate International Women's Day on Sunday, March 8. MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP/Getty Images
People are seen near the burning wreckages of two helicopters that collided near Villa Castelli, Argentina, on Monday, March 9. Three French sports stars were among 10 people killed in the crash, authorities said. ALDO PORTUGAL/AFP/Getty Images
Pope Francis touches a child as he arrives for a meeting in the Vatican on Friday, March 6. ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images
A man wipes the face of a worker who was injured when a roof collapsed at a partially built cement factory in Mongla, Bangladesh, on Thursday, March 12. At least six people have died and more than 60 were injured, police and fire officials told CNN. Many of those injured were in critical condition, said Mohammed Bakir Hossain, the top government physician of Bagerhat district. Shaikh Mohir Uddin/AP
Supporters of Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, the son of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, gather at the Monument of the Unknown Soldier in Sanaa, Yemen, during a demonstration Tuesday, March 10, demanding new presidential elections. See last week in 34 photos Hani Mohammed/AP