The week in 37 photos

Updated 2033 GMT (0433 HKT) January 30, 2016
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David Henrique Ferreira, a 5-month-old who has microcephaly, is watched by his older brother in Recife, Brazil, on Monday, January 25. The neurological disorder has been linked to the Zika virus and results in newborns with small heads and abnormal brain development. The World Health Organization expects the Zika outbreak to spread to almost every country in the Americas. Mario Tama/Getty Images
Maserati, a poodle from Utah, has his hair dried Sunday, January 24, at the Rose City Classic Dog Show in Portland, Oregon. Alex Milan Tracy/Sipa USA/AP
The Turkish coast guard helps refugees after their boat toppled en route to Greece on Friday, January 22. More than 1 million refugees and migrants escaped to Europe in 2015, according to the U.N. refugee agency. Emin Menguarslan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
An Oregon state police officer stands by a vehicle as police officers block Highway 395 in Seneca, Oregon, on Tuesday, January 26. The road was blocked to arrest leaders of an armed group that has been occupying a national wildlife refuge since January 2. Dave Killen/The Oregonian/AP
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd at an event in Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday, January 28. Trump's event coincided with the Fox News Republican debate in Des Moines, which he elected not to attend. Andrew Harnik/ap
"There was a wonderful reason for this morning's FDR traffic!" tweeted the New York City Police Department on Tuesday, January 26. "Say hi to Nicola Wong, safely delivered by NYPD cops." From Twitter
A man carries a television away from a fire in North Jakarta, Indonesia, on Tuesday, January 26. According to local media, the fire destroyed approximately 100 wooden dwellings built along a busy railway line. Beawiharta/REUTERS/Newscom
A sloth holds onto a post of a traffic barrier in Quevedo, Ecuador, on Friday, January 22. Photos of the sloth, posted to Facebook by the Transit Commission of Ecuador, went viral on social media. One of the commission's officers rescued the animal, which appeared to be trying to cross a road. Comision de Transito del Ecuador
Journalist Jason Rezaian, second from right, is applauded during the inauguration of The Washington Post headquarters on Thursday, January 28. A day earlier, Rezaian visited the newspaper for the first time since he and three others were freed from an Iranian prison earlier this month. MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images
Singer Celine Dion kisses the casket of her husband, René Angélil, after his funeral service on Friday, January 22. Angélil died of throat cancer on January 14. He was 73. GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images
A National Police officer uses a shotgun to disperse protesters in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Friday, January 22. The country's presidential runoff was postponed amid what electoral authorities called threats and "security concerns." Andres Martinez Casares/REUTERS/Newscom
Employees work at a vinegar and soy sauce mill in Zhenjiang, China, on Tuesday, January 26. CHINA DAILY/REUTERS/Newscom
Survivors of a capsized tourist boat embrace their relatives at an airport in Alajuela, Costa Rica, on Sunday, January 24. The "Caribbean Queen" was carrying 32 people when it capsized off the coast of Nicaragua. At least 13 people were killed, officials said. Juan Carlos Ulate/REUTERS/Newscom
People in Oranienburg, Germany, walk through the gate of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp on Wednesday, January 27. It was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The phrase on the gate translates to "Work sets you free." Markus Schreiber/AP
A tranquilized leopard is carried out from a house where it injured a person in Kirtipur, Nepal, on Friday, January 22. NAVESH CHITRAKAR/REUTERS/Newscom
Schoolgirls in Flint, Michigan, dump empty water bottles into a recycling bin on Monday, January 25. Because of the water crisis in Flint, the girls' elementary school hands out about 750 bottles of water per day -- about one per student. Jake May/The Flint Journal/AP
A man in New Delhi paints the hand of a huge clay model Friday, January 22, ahead of the country's Republic Day celebrations. Manish Swarup/AP
Riot police in Paris clash with taxi drivers who clogged roadways in protest on Tuesday, January 26. Taxi unions want the French government to enforce laws regulating Uber-like companies. CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON/EPA
A U.S. flag is tweaked in Beijing ahead of a news conference between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday, January 27. Jacquelyn Martin/AP
The dome of the U.S. Capitol is seen behind piles of snow in Washington on Tuesday, January 26. Days after a blizzard clobbered the East Coast, officials across the region were still dealing with a difficult problem: where to put all the snow. JONATHAN ERNST/REUTERS/Newscom
Sotheby's employees adjust the Pablo Picasso painting "Tete de Femme" at an auction room in London on Thursday, January 28. The painting is estimated to be worth $23 million-$29 million. It goes up for auction on February 3. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP
Someone in Skegness, England, walks their dog past a dead sperm whale on Monday, January 25. Three whales washed up on the beach over the weekend. Experts believe they may have washed ashore while hunting. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Water is thrown from a bucket to help extinguish a house fire in Cape Town, South Africa, on Tuesday, January 26. NIC BOTHMA/EPA
People use virtual-reality headsets during a Sundance Film Festival event held Monday, January 25, in Park City, Utah. Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images
A man poses as the Statue of Liberty during a snowstorm in New York's Times Square on Saturday, January 23. Carlo Allegri/REUTERS/Newscom
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem grab oranges as they celebrate the Jewish feast of Tu BiShvat on Monday, January 25. ABIR SULTAN/EPA
An employee of Wilson Sporting Goods laces a Super Bowl football Tuesday, January 26, in Ada, Ohio. Super Bowl 50 will be played on February 7. Rick Osentoski/AP
High waves from the Pacific Ocean pound the coast of Vina del Mar, Chile, on Monday, January 25. Rodrigo Garrido/REUTERS/Newscom
A man in Ouagaougou, Burkina Faso, stands in front of the country's flag during a memorial ceremony held Saturday, January 23, for victims of a recent hotel attack. An al Qaeda-linked terrorist group claimed responsibility for the assault at Splendid Hotel. Theo Renaut/AP
Sindy the gorilla feeds her newborn baby at the Artis Zoo in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Friday, January 22. Peter Dejong/AP
A tower belonging to the Abengoa solar plant is seen at a solar park in Sanlucar la Mayor, Spain, on Tuesday, January 26. MARCELO DEL POZO/REUTERS/Newscom
Security forces search a building in Sirnak, Turkey, during a counterterrorism operation on Saturday, January 23. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
A single-engine plane lies on a highway after an emergency landing near the Russian town of Sergiyev Posad on Saturday, January 23. No injuries were reported. Alexey Myakishev/AP
Models present Chanel creations during a fashion show in Paris on Tuesday, January 26. Thibault Camus/AP
A worker walks through a container area at a port in Tokyo on Monday, January 25. Toru Hanai/REUTERS/Newscom
Lemurs warm themselves by an electric radiator at a zoo in Chengdu, China, on Friday, January 22. Jiang Hongjing/Xinhua/Newscom/
A reveler dressed as a devil holds a stick with fireworks during traditional celebrations in Palma, Spain, on Sunday, January 24. See last week in 35 photos Enrique Calvo/REUTERS/Newscom