You can think of this week’s review of photos in the U.S. media as a point of reference: ten images that describe the week that was and who we were. It was a week when deadly gunshots rang out at a high school in Ohio, while on the other side of the globe an ancient land erupted in violence after religious texts were burned by modern soldiers. It was a week to remember a devastating tsunami and to see how it changed a landscape. It was the week that Hollywood devotes to celebrating itself with ostentatious glamour, and the week when eternally youthful baseball players report for a rite of spring. And it was the week when a snapshot of a kiss showed the world how much the world has changed.
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