This Week in Photos

By: Mollie Cueva '17

This week we bring you a collection of photos from around the world - from the heart of Mexico's drug war to the celebration of the Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai and more.

  In Kiev, Ukraine, nationalists confront riot police. Photo courtesy of Gleb Garanich/Reuters.    

In Kiev, Ukraine, nationalists confront riot police. Photo courtesy of Gleb Garanich/Reuters.

 

  In Washington D.C., a man protests recent flights from Ebola-ridden West Africa to the U.S. Photo courtesy of Mladen Antonov/AP.    

In Washington D.C., a man protests recent flights from Ebola-ridden West Africa to the U.S. Photo courtesy of Mladen Antonov/AP.

 

  Ferguson, Missouri, activist/pastor Charles Burton lies on the ground to protest the death of Michael Brown. Photo courtesy of Charles Rex Arbogast/AP.        

Ferguson, Missouri, activist/pastor Charles Burton lies on the ground to protest the death of Michael Brown. Photo courtesy of Charles Rex Arbogast/AP. 

 

 

  The youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient in history, Malala Yousafzai, discusses her award in Birmingham, England. Photo courtesy of Rui Vieira/AP.

The youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient in history, Malala Yousafzai, discusses her award in Birmingham, England. Photo courtesy of Rui Vieira/AP.

  Protestors in Acapulco, Mexico set fire to a state capital building in response to the disappearance of 43 teachers linked to local drug cartels. Photo courtesy of Felix Marquez/AP. 

Protestors in Acapulco, Mexico set fire to a state capital building in response to the disappearance of 43 teachers linked to local drug cartels. Photo courtesy of Felix Marquez/AP. 

  A man awaits Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza. Photo courtesy of Khalil Hamra/AP. 

A man awaits Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza. Photo courtesy of Khalil Hamra/AP. 

  Pro-democracy protestors block traffic from this tunnel in Hong Kong. Photo courtesy of Tyrone Siu/Reuters.

Pro-democracy protestors block traffic from this tunnel in Hong Kong. Photo courtesy of Tyrone Siu/Reuters.