I this week’s POW, there is a different taste of images from what was published in previous posts. Maybe you can notice it, but this post in particular was tending to more show emotion of people, or from what the whole environment of the photo might give to everyone taking a look at it.

This post will start from Greece, then it will go to Ukraine, and the metro catastrophe in the US, all the way to the middle east and ending with a photo from Brazil.

One thing to notice, this week the whole world was witnessing the “Earth Hour” event, which is a worldwide event held towards the end of March annually, encouraging households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about the need to take action on climate change.

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Police women rest after a military parade marking the Greek Independence Day in Athens. (Aris Messinis/AFP – Getty Images)
Police women rest after a military parade marking the Greek Independence Day in Athens. (Aris Messinis/AFP – Getty Images)
A woman cries during a mourning rally to honor the memory of those who were killed during mass protests in Kiev on Kiev’s Independence Square. (Sergei Chuzavkov/AP)
A handout photo shows a derailed commuter train resting on an escalator at O’Hare international airport in Chicago Thirty-two people were injured after the train derailed and hit a platform early on Monday. (Reuters)
South Korean marine LVT-7 landing craft sail to shores through smoke screens during the U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises called Ssangyong, part of the Foal Eagle military exercises, in Pohang, South Korea. South Korea said North Korea has announced plans to conduct live-fire drills near the rivals’ disputed western sea boundary. The planned drills Monday come after an increase in threatening rhetoric from Pyongyang and a series of rocket and ballistic missile launches in an apparent protest against the annual military exercises by Seoul and Washington. (Ahn Young-joon/AP)
Fire crews from Des Moines work to control a fire at the Younkers building in downtown Des Moines, Iowa early Saturday. The massive fire swept through a century-old building that was being renovated, causing its upper floors to collapse and authorities to close down numerous streets in downtown Des Moines. (The Des Moines Register, Bryon Houlgrave/AP)
Aziza Yousef drives a car on a highway in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as part of a campaign to defy Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving. In the six months since Saudi activists renewed calls to defy the kingdom’s ban on female drivers, small numbers of women have gotten behind the wheel almost daily in what has become the country’s longest such campaign. (Hasan Jamali/AP)
An Afghan refugee girl wraps herself and her younger brother with a shawl to shield from the rain. (Muhammed Muheisen/AP)
Workers comb through debris at the site of a deadly mudslid, in Oso, Wash. Besides the 26 bodies already found, dozens more people could be buried in the debris pile left from the mudslide nearly one week ago. (Lindsey Wasson, Pool/AP)
President Barack Obama jokes with Pope Francis at the Vatican, Rome, Italy. (Doug Mills / The New York Times – Redux)
Sub-Saharan migrants climb over a metallic fence that divides Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla. (Santi Palacios /AP)
A shoe-shiner polishes the boots of a policeman who is standing guard during a protest organized by artisanal and small-scale gold miners in Lima, Peru. The miners marched in the country’s capital for the fifth day asking the government to repeal regulations aimed at formalizing informal miners. (Rodrigo Abd/AP)
Framed between makeshift clotheslines, a military police officer patrols during an operation in the Mare slum complex in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Felipe Dana/AP)

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