There’s a decidedly different magnitude of focus when it comes to Black and brown people in war-torn countries.
The United States has carried out its first evacuation of American citizens and permanent residents from Sudan since war broke out in the capital two weeks ago.
The United States has shuttered its embassy in Sudan as fighting between the Sudanese army and a rival powerful paramilitary group entered a second week.
The prospects for an immediate cease-fire appear to be slim in Sudan, where a battle is raging for a third day for control of the country by its two ruling generals.
A Sudan doctors’ group says at least 56 people have been killed and 595 wounded in a day of battle between the country’s army and a powerful paramilitary force.
Hamdok had been reinstated as prime minister in November as part of an agreement with the military following the October coup.
A key pro-democracy group that has mobilized dozens of protests against the coup dismissed the military's deal with Abdalla Hamdok as "a form of betrayal."
Officials say military forces detained at least five senior government figures after weeks of rising tensions between the country's civilian and military leaders.
Sudan's transitional authorities have agreed to surrender all those wanted in connection with the Darfur conflict.
A French swimming competition, an impressive sandcastle and a displaced polar bear round out this week's best images.