The week in 33 photos

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Beyonce sings during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on Sunday, February 7. Her performance -- with dancers in Black Panther-like attire -- didn't sit well with everyone. Others praised the pop star for the political messages in her new single "Formation." Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
A Donald Trump supporter takes a photo on her phone as she attends a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Monday, February 8. Trump won the state's GOP primary the next day, getting 35% of the vote. Ohio Gov. John Kasich finished in second with 16%. RICK WILKING/REUTERS/Newscom
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders waves to a crowd in Concord, New Hampshire, after he won the state's Democratic primary on Monday, February 8. Sanders received 60% of the vote, easily defeating Hillary Clinton. John Minchillo/AP
Lightning flashes above Japan's Sakurajima volcano as it erupts on Friday, February 5. Kyodo News/AP
A child is rescued from a toppled building in Tainan, Taiwan, after a magnitude-6.4 earthquake struck on Saturday, February 6. At least 37 people were killed in the earthquake, authorities said. AP
A refugee waits on the top of a sinking boat as he is rescued by the Turkish coast guard Tuesday, February 9, in the Aegean Sea. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Odka, a contortionist, promotes the Cirque Berserk show in London on Monday, February 8. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS/Newscom
A passenger of Anthem of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, waits for a ride after the boat docked in Bayonne, New Jersey, on Wednesday, February 10. The cruise ended early after the ship sailed into a rough storm in the Atlantic, and Royal Caribbean apologized to passengers. "If we knew that we were going to have those kinds of winds, the winds that we actually experienced with the ship, we would not have sailed into that," Bill Baumgartner, the company's senior vice president of global marine operations, told CNN. Julie Jacobson/AP
People watch fireworks during Lunar New Year celebrations in Beijing on Sunday, February 7. DAMIR SAGOLJ/REUTERS/Newscom
Two trains collided head-on near Bad Aibling, Germany, on Tuesday, February 9. At least 10 people were killed and 17 were critically injured. How the two trains came to be running toward each other on the same track is still unclear, authorities said. Matthias Schrader/AP
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange looks out of a door at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on Friday, February 5. Assange expressed vindication over a U.N. panel's judgment that the Swedish and UK governments have "arbitrarily detained" him since 2010. REX/Shutterstock
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is seen on the video screen of Levi's Stadium after the team won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7. Manning is the first starting quarterback to win Super Bowls with two different teams. Patrick Smith/Getty Images
The South Korean Defense Ministry provided this photo of an object it believes to be part of a North Korean rocket on Tuesday, February 9. The debris was pulled from the sea southwest of Jeju Island shortly after Pyongyang announced it had successfully launched an earth observation satellite into orbit. North Korea fired the rocket despite warnings from a number of countries that claimed the satellite launch was a front for a long-range missile test. South Korean Defense Ministry/AP
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio looks down as Donald Trump speaks during the Republican presidential debate Saturday, February 6, in Manchester, New Hampshire. During the debate, Rubio struggled to fend off a string of searing attacks from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Stephen Crowley/The New York Times/Redux
A model presents a creation by Cristina Granero during a fashion show in Seville, Spain, on Friday, February 5. MARCELO DEL POZO/REUTERS/Newscom
People show their support for those occupying the headquarters of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge on Thursday, February 11. The federal building in Oregon had been occupied by armed protesters for 41 days until the last remaining ones surrendered to authorities on Thursday. ROB KERR/AFP/Getty Images
Waves crash against a lighthouse during heavy winds in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, on Sunday, February 7. PASCAL ROSSIGNOL/REUTERS/Newscom
A wild elephant wandered into the Indian town of Siliguri on Wednesday, February 10. He trampled parked cars and motorbikes before being tranquilized by wildlife officials. AP
A boy carries an injured girl from the site of a bombing in Quetta, Pakistan, on Saturday, February 6. A man rammed his explosive-laden motorcycle into a Pakistani security force vehicle, setting off a blast that killed at least eight people and injured about 20 others, officials said. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty Images
A masked boy peeks around a corner during a Carnival party in Recife, Brazil, on Sunday, February 7. NACHO DOCE/REUTERS/Newscom
Relatives of inmates argue with police Thursday, February 11, outside the Topo Chico prison, where an overnight riot killed 49 people in Monterrey, Mexico. Frantic family members told CNN affiliate FOROtv that they were worried about loved ones inside. "I don't know if my son is dead!" a woman screamed. "Please, help us. The director should come out and face us, and give us the names." JULIO CESAR AGUILAR/AFP/Getty Images
A construction crane lies on a New York street after it collapsed in Lower Manhattan on Friday, February 5. One person was killed and three others were injured. KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images
A car is buried under snow following a snowstorm in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Tuesday, February 9. Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press/AP
A protester is injured in Hong Kong after clashes with riot police on Tuesday, February 9. The violence began after the government tried to crack down on unlicensed food vendors. Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images
Revelers participate in a flour fight during "O Entroido," a weeklong festival in Laza, Spain, on Monday, February 8. MIGUEL VIDAL/REUTERS/Newscom
A woman prays at a Miami church on Ash Wednesday, February 10. Alan Diaz/AP
Rescue workers in Maiduguri, Nigeria, transport a victim of a suicide bomb attack on Wednesday, February 10. At least 58 people were killed and 78 were injured when two suicide bombers blew themselves up at a camp set up to shelter people from terrorism. The attacks are believed to be reprisals for a recent military offensive against Boko Haram, a military source said. Jossy Ola/AP
Black kite birds fly in front of a flock of starlings in Rahat, Israel, on Wednesday, February 10. MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images
World War II veteran Norwood Thomas reunites with wartime girlfriend Joyce Morris in Adelaide, Australia, on Wednesday, February 10. They hadn't seen each other in more than 70 years. Thomas was a 21-year-old paratrooper when he met Morris in London shortly before D-Day. She was 17 at the time. Air New Zealand/AP
Zookeeper Susanne Meyer measures the height of a baby giraffe at the Thuringer Zoo in Erfurt, Germany, on Wednesday, February 10. MARTIN SCHUTT/EPA
Cab drivers block a street in London as they protest the Uber car service on Wednesday, February 10. Carl Court/Getty Images
Carolyn Knox, mother of Jennifer Alfonso, kisses a relative during the sentencing of Derek Medina on Friday, February 5. Medina was sentenced to life in prison for killing Alfonso, his wife, in 2013. Walter Michot/Miami Herald/Newscom
A young balloon vendor waits for customers as he walks through a cemetery in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Friday, February 5. See last week in 33 photos NOORULLAH SHIRZADA/AFP/Getty Images