Here’s what the first week of the second month of 2017 was like:
A young mourner lays her head on one of the caskets during funeral services for three of the victims of the deadly shooting at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre, at the Congress Centre in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
An Afghan girl carries empty water containers during a snowfall in Kabul, Afghanistan.
An Iraqi federal police officer stands outside a tunnel, which was used by Islamic State militants, in Mosul, Iraq.
A woman reacts after performing Otonamaki, which translates as "adult wrapping," a new form of therapy where people are wrapped in large swaddling cloth to alleviate posture problems and stiffness, at a session in Asaka, Saitama prefecture, Japan.
People who fled the violence from Islamic State-controlled northern Syrian town of al-Bab arrive in the rebel-held outskirts of the town, Syria.
Mamahba, 17, from Guinea is covered with thermal blankets aboard the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms following a rescue operation near the coasts of Libya in the central Mediterranean Sea.
A visitor clicks pictures in front of an exhibit titled “Peace Owners” by Nepali artist Sunil Sigdel at the India Art Fair in New Delhi, India.
People hang bread to cool in Aleppo, Syria.
Hanifa Doosti (center), 17, and other students of the Shaolin Wushu club show their Wushu skills to other students on a hilltop in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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