LONDON (AP) — The aftershocks of Greece's national election reverberated worldwide last week, as markets and creditors grappled with a new Greek government that insists the country's bailout deal must be overhauled.
Survivors, family members and officials attended a remembrance ceremony at the Birkenau Nazi death camp in Poland.
Residents fled violence in Nigeria and mourned deadly fighting in eastern Ukraine. Syrian children played in a massive refugee camp in Turkey.
In the arts, a light festival opened in Ghent and Chanel haute couture fashions were shown in Paris.
In sports, fans cheered during the African Cup of Nations and a Chelsea player fell as he vied for the ball against players from Manchester City.