The week in 31 photos

Updated 9:19 AM ET, Fri March 20, 2015
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A person is taken away on a stretcher outside the Bardo Museum in Tunis, Tunisia, after gunmen staged an attack there Wednesday, March 18. At least 23 people were killed -- most of them tourists -- when gunmen opened fire in the museum. The militant group ISIS has apparently claimed responsibility for the attack. Hassene Dridi/AP
Robert Durst, a wealthy New York real-estate heir, is transported to Orleans Parish Prison after his arraignment in New Orleans on Tuesday, March 17. Durst faces felony firearm and drug charges in New Orleans, and he has been charged with first-degree murder in Los Angeles. Investigators say they believe Durst, 71, was behind the slaying of Susan Berman, his longtime friend. Durst is also the focus of the HBO documentary series "The Jinx," which explores his wife's 1982 disappearance and investigators' suspicions that Berman was killed because she knew what happened to her. Durst has long maintained he didn't kill Berman or have anything to do with his wife's disappearance. Gerald Herbert/AP
Passengers sit on a bus in Bnei Brak, Israel, as it passes a billboard of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, March 16. Netanyahu appears poised to keep his job after his Likud party grabbed at least 29 of the 120 seats in Israel's parliament, according to unofficial numbers from the Israeli election committee. Ariel Schalit/AP
Damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Pam is seen in Port Vila, Vanuatu, on Saturday, March 14. Vanuatu President Baldwin Lonsdale called the storm a "monster," saying it has set back the development of his country by years. Unicef/Getty Images
Demonstrators at Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach protest against the government of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Sunday, March 15. Rousseff's administration is struggling amid a weak economy and a massive corruption scandal involving the country's state-run oil company. YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images
A man dressed up as the Incredible Hulk uses the restroom Saturday, March 14, during the London Super Comic Convention. Rex/REX USA
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Duchess Camilla, tour the Lincoln Memorial during a visit to Washington on Wednesday, March 18. See more photos from their U.S. trip Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
The shadow of Air Force One is seen on a frozen Lake Erie as U.S. President Barack Obama flies to Cleveland on Wednesday, March 18. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images
An angry mob in Lahore, Pakistan, gathers around the burning bodies of two suspected associates of Taliban attackers following suicide bombings that targeted Christian churches on Sunday, March 15. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
A man makes his way through a blizzard in Norilsk, Russia, on Tuesday, March 17. Denis Kozhevnikov/TASS/ZUMA Wire
People climb the wall of a building in Hajipur, India, to help students during an examination inside on Wednesday, March 18. Press Trust of India/AP
A eunuch dances in Jammu, India, on Friday, March 13, during a rally to mark the congregation of thousands of eunuchs from different parts of India. The term eunuch is used in India to describe transvestites, transsexuals and others who identify themselves as neither male nor female but as a member of a third gender. Channi Anand/AP
People carry the body of a leopard in Gauhati, India, on Friday, March 13. The leopard fell into narrow cave near a temple and died before it could be rescued, according to the Press Trust of India. Press Trust of India/AP
A helicopter flies over New York City as the moon rises near a building on Friday, March 13. Julio Cortez/AP
A human skull is pictured during excavation work at the Bedlam burial ground in London on Tuesday, March 17. Archaeologists have started excavating about 3,000 skeletons from the burial ground, which was used from 1569 to at least 1738. JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images
Young Kashmiri children look out from their temporary camp at Haal village, some 33 miles (53 kilometers) south of Srinagar, India, on Wednesday, March 18. Mukhtar Khan/AP
Palestinian youths in Beit Hanun, Gaza, practice their parkour skills Friday, March 13, on the remains of house that was destroyed last year during clashes between Hamas militants and Israel. The mural is said to have been painted by the British street artist Banksy. MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images
Chung Ki-sup, the head of the council of South Korean companies operating at the Kaesong Industrial Complex, speaks to the media in Paju, South Korea, before leaving for North Korea on Wednesday, March 18. The North Korean government has demanded a salary increase for North Korean employees working at Kaesong. About 125 South Korean companies operate out of Kaesong, employing more than 50,000 North Korean workers. The South Korean government argues that the salary hike is a breach of an existing agreement for the industrial park, which first opened in 2004 and is supposed to be a symbol of cooperation for the divided Korean peninsula. JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/Getty Images
A work by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi is seen above the statue of French General Emile Mellinet in Nantes, France, on Friday, March 13. The city is hosting an art festival from July 3 to August 30. JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD/AFP/Getty Images
A protester falls after police fired a water cannon during a demonstration in the Indian capital of New Delhi on Monday, March 15. People were rallying against Prime Minister Narenda Modi's land reforms, which they said would harm the country's millions of farmers. MONEY SHARMA/AFP/Getty Images
A nun holds a candle Monday, March 16, as she prays during a vigil to condemn the rape of a 71-year-old nun in Ranaghat, India. A senior official said the rape occurred when a gang of robbers struck a Christian school on Saturday, March 14. RAJAT GUPTA/EPA/Landov
A police officer in Frankfurt, Germany, stops an anti-austerity protester on Wednesday, March 18, before the official opening of the European Central Bank's new headquarters. The protest movement, dubbed "Blockupy," comes amid criticism of austerity measures from the Greek finance minister, who said his country is suffering under the ECB's policies. MICHAEL DALDER/Reuters/Landov
Pelicans on a pier try to catch a fish thrown by a fisherman Sunday, March 15, at the Paracas National Reserve in Ica, Peru. MARIANA BAZO/Reuters/Landov
A morgue worker drags an unidentified body toward a grave in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Saturday, March 14. Local media said the 49 people buried on Saturday were people who were not claimed from the city morgue and who were mostly killed in drug-related incidents and violence. JORGE CABRERA/Reuters/Landov
A gorilla named Bua Noi ("Little Lotus") looks through the bars of her cage at the Pata Zoo, which is situated on the top floor of a shopping center in Bangkok, Thailand, on Tuesday, March 17. Her confinement has sparked protests by animal rights activists who say she needs better living conditions. RUNGROJ YONGRIT/EPA/Landov
An official exits St. Paul's Cathedral in London following a service Friday, March 13, that paid tribute to military members who served in Afghanistan. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP
A man who Kurdish fighters said is an ISIS militant has a hood pulled from his head in an interrogation room in Al-Malikiyah, Syria, on Saturday, March 14. RODI SAID/Reuters/Landov
Sheep jump through snow near Castleside, England, on Friday, March 13. Owen Humphreys/PA/AP
Photographs of Serbs missing and killed during the Kosovo War in 1998-99 are seen in front of Serbia's war crimes court in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday, March 17. Darko Vojinovic/AP
Staff members at the Blair Drummond Safari Park perform dental work on Kelly the giraffe Wednesday, March 18, in Stirling, Scotland. Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
A person looks at magnets inside a souvenir shop in Havana, Cuba, on Monday, March 16. See last week in 32 photos Ramon Espinosa/AP