22 November 2013
Last updated at 17:08
Protests by students in Bulgaria have been taking place for many months with little sign of a solution as they continue to accuse the government of corruption and demand its resignation.
A man dressed as a zombie plays video games on an Xbox One at a midnight launch event in New York. The console went on sale a week after the US launch of Sony's PlayStation 4 and sees the two start their fight for dominance during the key Christmas season.
Victor Sada of FC Barcelona jumps to score during the Euroleague group A basketball match against Partizan Belgrade.
A new exhibition in London takes a look at Isabella Blow's life and wardrobe, including some spectacular early pieces by designer Alexander McQueen and milliner Philip Treacy whom she helped to nurture from students to global stars.
Clare Calvin, a colouring assistant with Madame Tussauds in London, poses for photographers next to the wax figures of former US President John F Kennedy watched by the waxwork of President Barack Obama. It was 50 years ago this week that the assassination of John F Kennedy took place in Dallas.
Torch-bearer Alexander Brylin swims with the Olympic torch across the Amur River in Blagoveshchensk, Russia, some 3,500 miles (5,600km) east of Moscow. Ahead of the Winter Games in Sochi, Russian torch-bearers are taking part in the longest Olympic torch relay in history which will take the flame across the country through all 83 of its regions.
Children sit in a classroom of a school in Labado village, East Darfur, which was recently reopened having been closed for the past seven months due to armed clashes in the region.
Indonesia's Mount Sinabung erupted several times this week forcing people living nearby to flee. Here a man continues to work at a coffee plantation in Guru Kinayan village, close to the volcano.
A night-time view of Google's offices in Dublin, Ireland, which are home to the company's Europe, Middle East and Africa Headquarters.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are entertained by dancers during a visit to Only Connect, a crime prevention charity in north London.
A family gather around the grave of a relative killed when Typhoon Haiyan struck their home in the Philippines. The death toll from the storm has risen above 5,000...
Here, survivors play a game called Sungka inside the bathroom of a house toppled by the typhoon. Eduardo del Rosario, executive director of the Philippines' National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, said that more than four million people were displaced by the storm.