Memorable pictures you missed this week

Hollywood, Los Angeles, US

Rihanna before performing at the 95th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby theatre

Photograph: ABC/Getty Images

Tecoluca, El Salvador

Police officers keep watch during the second arrival of inmates belonging to the MS-13 and 18 gangs to the new prison, a terrorist confinement centre

Photograph: El Salvador’s Presidency Press Office/AFP/Getty Images

Dolyna, Ukraine

Crater holes in fields after strikes in the village amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Photograph: Ihor Tkachov/AFP/Getty Images

Tel Aviv, Israel

Mounted police confront protesters during a rally against the government’s judicial overhaul bill. A compromise proposal presented by Israel’s president, Isaac Herzog, on the controversial changes has been rejected by the governing coalition, putting a swift end to hopes that the country’s political crisis can be immediately resolved

Photograph: Gil Cohen-Magen/AFP/Getty Images

Paris, France

Firefighters work on a fire during a protest near Place de la Concorde after the French government pushed a pensions overhaul through parliament without a vote. President Macron instructed the prime minister, Élisabeth Borne, to invoke article 49.3, which allows the government to adopt a bill without a parliamentary vote, because he said there was too much economic risk to the country if MPs voted against it

Photograph: Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images

Sleman, Indonesia

Thick smoke rises during an eruption from Mount Merapi, Indonesia’s most active volcano, as seen from the village of Tunggularum. Residents in the nearby community have been warned to halt any activities in the danger zones, which range between three and seven kilometres’ radius from the crater, an official statement said

Photograph: Devi Rahman/AFP/Getty Images

Nantes, France

A riot police officer takes position during a demonstration on the eighth day of strikes and protests across the country against the government’s proposed pensions overhaul. Strikes have escalated in France as the interior minister spoke of protesters wreaking havoc across the country and some MPs called for police protection, amid anger at the government pushing through a rise in the pension age without a parliamentary vote

Photograph: Loïc Venance/AFP/Getty Images

Kostyantynivka, Ukraine

An elderly woman stands near a burning building following shelling in the city in the Donetsk region. The international criminal court (ICC) in The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin. Moscow said this week it did not recognise the jurisdiction of the ICC. ‘We do not recognise this court; we do not recognise its jurisdiction,’ Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, told journalists in Moscow

Photograph: Sergey Shestak/AFP/Getty Images

Blantyre, Malawi

A man stands outside his damaged home. The death toll from Cyclone Freddy in Malawi and Mozambique rose to more than 200, after the record-breaking storm triggered floods and landslides

Photograph: Thoko Chikondi/AP

Soledar, Ukraine: Ukrainian servicemen from the 10th Brigade fire a D-30 howitzer towards Russian infantry along the frontline outside Soledar. The cannon dates from the Soviet Union era (1971) but the 122mm ammunition comes from western countries
Photograph: Ignacio Marin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Mammoth Lakes, California, US

Snow falls as people prepare to cross a street during another winter storm in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Mountain communities still digging out from earlier storms at lower elevations are facing possible flooding due to rainfall runoff from the state’s 10th atmospheric river storm

Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images

Iskenderun, Turkey

Mehmet Dogru, six, plays inside an open coffin at Cankaya cemetery, where his family moved in the aftermath of the deadly earthquake. Last month’s devastating quakes killed more than 54,000 people in Turkey and Syria and left millions homeless. Mehmet’s family lives in a tent behind the morgue, next to a bus that shelters the family of his uncle, who works at the cemetery as an undertaker

Photograph: Susana Vera/Reuters

Bohorodychne, Ukraine

People from the village cross the Siversky Donets River on a destroyed bridge to retrieve bread from the other side

Photograph: Anatolii Stepanov/AFP/Getty Images

Nantes, France

Protesters clashes with police officers as they stand in a cloud of teargas during a demonstration in Nantes. The French government used controversial special constitutional powers to force through a rise in the pension age amid chaotic scenes in parliament in which radical left MPs sang La Marseillaise at the top of their voices to stop the prime minister, Élisabeth Borne, from speaking

Photograph: Jeremías González/AP

Basra, Iraq

The capsized hull of the Al Mansur, a private yacht of the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, in the Shatt al-Arab waterway in the city. The Al-Mansur now lays on its side, having capsized 20 years ago after it was struck during the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq that ended Saddam’s decades of rule

Photograph: Hussein Faleh/AFP/Getty Images

Chasiv Yar, Ukraine

A destroyed statue of the Russian writer Maxim Gorky

Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A portrait of a man holding dolls found in rubbish by men and women living in the favelas who have been unemployed for four years

Photograph: Fabio Teixeira/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images