Week in pictures: 23 - 29 March
MADRID, WEDNESDAY: A student carries a wooden table close to a burning barricade during a protest against the Spanish government's education reforms.
CARDIFF, TUESDAY: Chancellor George Osborne enjoys a game of bingo after announcing a bingo tax cut in the Budget last week.
BEIJING, FRIDAY: Models prepare backstage for the Hosa Swimming Fashion Trend Show during China Fashion Week.
PRETORIA, FRIDAY: Oscar Pistorius leaves court after his murder trial was postponed for more than a week. The athlete, who denies deliberately murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, had been widely expected to take the stand on Friday, but the trial was adjourned after one of the court assessors became unwell.
WASHINGTON, THURSDAY: Rescue teams continue to search for victims of a huge mudslide, which killed at least twenty-five people near the rural town of Oso last Saturday.
VATICAN, THURSDAY: Barack Obama and Pope Francis exchange gifts at the Vatican. The US president is on a six-day European tour dominated by the crisis in Crimea.
CORSICA, TUESDAY: Thousands of people take part in a march to pay homage to Jean Leccia, a 53-year-old government services director, who was assassinated on Sunday.
SURREY, MONDAY: A baby spider monkey, which is yet to be named, has to be partially hand-reared by staff at Chessington Zoo after her mother died.
BANGLADESH, THURSDAY: England batsman Alex Hales celebrates his century during the ICC World Twenty20 tournament cricket match against Sri Lanka in Chittagong.