21 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week (BuzzFeed)
Here are the most moving, sorrowful, and beautiful pictures from the past week.
and forensic teams recover the bodies of victims of the LaMia airlines charter
that crashed in the mountains of Cerro Gordo, Colombia, on Nov. 29, 2016,
carrying members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense Real. Seventy-five
people were killed in the crash, officials said.
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Relatives of Chapecoense soccer players who died in a plane crash in Colombia cry during a memorial inside Arena Condado stadium in Chapeco, Brazil.
Andre Penner / AP
Protesters block Highway 1806 in Mandan during a protest against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota.
Stephanie Keith / Reuters
Cat Bigney, part of the Oglala tribe, waits on the shore of the Cannonball River for travelers to arrive by canoe at the Oceti Sakowin camp, where people have gathered to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. So far, those at the camp have shrugged off the heavy snow, icy winds, and frigid temperatures.
David Goldman / AP
Turkish police officers spray tear gas at protesters who tried to demonstrate in Ankara after 12 victims, most of them young schoolgirls, were killed in a fire that ravaged a dormitory.
Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images
Supporters of India’s main opposition Congress party scuffle with police officers in Ahmedabad, India, as they pour milk on a road to protest against the government’s decision to withdraw 500- and 1,000-rupee banknotes from circulation.
Amit Dave / Reuters
South Korean protesters hold up candles during a rally calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down in Seoul. For the fifth straight weekend, masses of protesters are expected to occupy major avenues in downtown Seoul demanding the ouster of Park, who is suspected of helping in the criminal activities of a secretive confidante who is accused of manipulating government affairs and extorting companies to build an illicit fortune.
Lee Jin-man / AP
President-elect Donald Trump and Mitt Romney dine at Jean-Georges restaurant in New York City. Trump and his transition team are in the process of filling cabinet and other high-level positions for the new administration.
Drew Angerer / Getty Images
The remains of former Cuban President Fidel Castro pass by on their cross-country journey from Havana to Santiago de Cuba, in Santa Clara, Cuba. Castro, the revolutionary leader who brought communism to his island nation in 1959, died on Nov. 25 at the age of 90.
Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
An elderly man wearing military medals pays his final respects to the late Fidel Castro in Havana.
Ramon Espinosa / AP
A newlywed couple from Spain join hundreds of Cuban exiles in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami to rally for freedom and democracy on the communist island following the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
Wilfredo Lee / AP
A re-creation of the skeleton discovered in Grave No. 43 in the Varna Chalcolithic Necropolis, together with numerous gold artifacts dating back to 4560–4450 BCE, in the “Humanity’s First Gold” exhibition at the Dordrechts Museum in Dordrecht, Netherlands.
Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images
A burned car sits in a parking lot in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, after a wildfire swept through the area on Monday. The fire has killed 11 people.
Mark Humphrey / AP
A Romanian military medical student applies lipstick before taking part in Romania’s National Day parade in Bucharest, Romania. Military planes and helicopters flew over the Romanian capital on Thursday as thousands turned out to celebrate the national day, marking the date when the country reunified with Transylvania in 1918.
Vadim Ghirda / Vadim Ghirda / AP/REX/Shutterstock
A displaced woman who was injured in clashes while fleeing from ISIS militants of Mosul receives treatment at a hospital west of Erbil, Iraq.
Azad Lashkari / Reuters
Iraqi army soldiers carry their comrade who was wounded during the battle against ISIS in Haj Ali, Iraq. On Tuesday, Iraqi forces assaulted villages far south of Mosul in the Nineveh province, attempting to clear rural areas of ISIS fighters who stayed behind to hinder their advance.
Hussein Malla / AP
Firefighters work to quell an oil fire set by ISIS militants in Qayara, Iraq.
Maya Alleruzzo / AP
Wounded 12-year-old Wijdan Moofik is carried to safety by medical staff in Erbil, Iraq.
Aftonbladet / Aftonbladet/REX/Shutterstock
A young girl plays a game on her phone during a break in a traditional Chinese opera competition at the National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts in Beijing, China.
Thomas Peter / Reuters
Women hold brooms in the air during a march, called by feminist organizations,
against gender violence in Quito, Ecuador.
Dolores Ochoa / AP
Emma Morano, 117 years old, blows out her birthday candles in Verbania, Italy, on Nov. 29. Emma is now the oldest person in the world and is believed to be the last surviving person in the world who was born in the 1800's.
Antonio Calanni / AP
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