Sudan

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.
After ousting a long-reigning dictator, Sudan's protest movement fears the military is gripping onto power.
Over 100 people were reportedly killed in the capital and across Sudan in a sweeping crackdown last week.
The council itself took power in a coup on April 11 when military officials ousted and detained former President Omar al-Bashir.
Pro-democracy protesters said Wednesday that dozens of bodies of people slain by Sudanese security forces were pulled from the Nile River in Khartoum.
The long-reigning dictator was toppled this week, but the consequences of his rule continue to be devastating.