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From pro-Russian demonstrations in Ukraine to a gas explosion in Qatar, Al Jazeera showcases the week in images.
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Weapons confiscated from ex-Seleka rebels by the French military are presented in the Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, on February 28. French President Francois Hollande flew to Bangui to declare that France would not allow the country to split in two.



/AP Photo/UNRWA

A resident of the besieged Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp in Syria carries a box of humanitarian supplies. Nearly 18,000 residents live in the camp, with many suffering from extreme malnutrition.



/AP Photo/Emad Abul Rahman

A van burns after being set on fire by Muslim Brotherhood supporters during clashes with security forces in Cairo on February 28. Hundreds of Morsi supporters took to the streets to denounce the military-backed government.



/Stringer/Reuters

Pro-Russian protesters demonstrate in Donetsk, an eastern district in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the upper house of parliament to approve sending armed forces to Ukraine's Crimea region - an area with a majority ethnic Russian population. 



/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa/Reuters

Mourners carry the body of Amna Qdaih, a Palestinian woman who was shot and killed by Israeli troops in an area near the border that Israel has declared a no-go zone for Palestinians. Gaza residents claim the woman suffered from mental illness and was wandering near the security fence that runs between Israel and Gaza.



/AP Photo/Karim Kadim

An international weapons convention took place in Baghdad on March 1. Organised by the Iraqi defence ministry at the Baghdad International Fairgrounds, companies from Japan, US, Germany, Egypt, China and others displayed armoured vehicles, sample models of aircraft and light weaponry.



/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters

People stand in line to buy food at a supermarket in San Cristobal, about 660 km southwest of Caracas, on February 28. Venezuela has been hit by food shortages in recent months.



/Mohammed Dabbous/Reuters

People gather around debris following a gas explosion in Doha, Qatar on February 27. Twelve people were killed, including two children, and about 30 wounded when a gas tank exploded at a Turkish restaurant in the capital city.



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Weapons confiscated from ex-Seleka rebels by the French military are presented in the Central African Republic(***)s capital, Bangui, on February 28. French President Francois Hollande flew to Bangui to declare that France would not allow the country to split in two.

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A resident of the besieged Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp in Syria carries a box of humanitarian supplies. Nearly 18,000 residents live in the camp, with many suffering from extreme malnutrition.

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A van burns after being set on fire by Muslim Brotherhood supporters during clashes with security forces in Cairo on February 28. Hundreds of Morsi supporters took to the streets to denounce the military-backed government.

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Pro-Russian protesters demonstrate in Donetsk, an eastern district in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the upper house of parliament to approve sending armed forces to Ukraine(***)s Crimea region - an area with a majority ethnic Russian population. 

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Mourners carry the body of Amna Qdaih, a Palestinian woman who was shot and killed by Israeli troops in an area near the border that Israel has declared a no-go zone for Palestinians. Gaza residents claim the woman suffered from mental illness and was wandering near the security fence that runs between Israel and Gaza.

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An international weapons convention took place in Baghdad on March 1. Organised by the Iraqi defence ministry at the Baghdad International Fairgrounds, companies from Japan, US, Germany, Egypt, China and others displayed armoured vehicles, sample models of aircraft and light weaponry.

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People stand in line to buy food at a supermarket in San Cristobal, about 660 km southwest of Caracas, on February 28. Venezuela has been hit by food shortages in recent months.

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People gather around debris following a gas explosion in Doha, Qatar on February 27. Twelve people were killed, including two children, and about 30 wounded when a gas tank exploded at a Turkish restaurant in the capital city.

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Arms confiscated from ex-Seleka rebels by the French military are presented at a French military base in Bangui on February 28. President Hollande flew to CAR to declare that France will not allow the country to split.

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Arms confiscated from ex-Seleka rebels by the French military are presented at a French military base in Bangui on February 28. President Hollande flew to CAR to declare that France will not allow the country to split.

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A resident of the besieged Palestinian camp of Yarmouk carries a box of humanitarian supplies distributed by UNRWA, in Damascus, Syria.

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A resident of the besieged Palestinian camp of Yarmouk carries a box of humanitarian supplies distributed by UNRWA, in Damascus, Syria.

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A Volkswagen van burns after being set on fire by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi during clashes with security forces in Cairo on February 28. Hundreds of Morsi supporters took to the streets on Friday to denounce the military-backed government and call for a mass prisoner release.

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A Volkswagen van burns after being set on fire by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi during clashes with security forces in Cairo on February 28. Hundreds of Morsi supporters took to the streets on Friday to denounce the military-backed government and call for a mass prisoner release.

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Pro-Russian protesters with Russian flags demonstrate in the eastern district of Donetsk. Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the upper house of parliament to approve sending armed forces to Ukraine's Crimea region - an area with a majority ethnic Russian population. The banner reads, "In Russia, we have brothers, In Europe, we are slaves".

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Pro-Russian protesters with Russian flags demonstrate in the eastern district of Donetsk. Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the upper house of parliament to approve sending armed forces to Ukraine's Crimea region - an area with a majority ethnic Russian population. The banner reads, "In Russia, we have brothers, In Europe, we are slaves".

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Mourners carry the body Amna Qdaih, a Palestinian woman who hospital officials said was shot and killed by Israeli troops. The Israeli military shot and killed the Palestinian woman in the Gaza Strip in an area near the border that Israel has declared a no-go zone for Palestinians, local hospital officials said on Saturday. Gaza residents said it was not clear why 50-year-old Qdaih, who they said suffered from a mental illness, was near the security fence that runs between Israel and Gaza.

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Mourners carry the body Amna Qdaih, a Palestinian woman who hospital officials said was shot and killed by Israeli troops. The Israeli military shot and killed the Palestinian woman in the Gaza Strip in an area near the border that Israel has declared a no-go zone for Palestinians, local hospital officials said on Saturday. Gaza residents said it was not clear why 50-year-old Qdaih, who they said suffered from a mental illness, was near the security fence that runs between Israel and Gaza.

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An international weapons convention took place in Baghdad on March 1. Organised by the Iraqi defense ministry at the Baghdad International Fairgrounds companies from Japan, US, Germany, Egypt, China and others displayed armored vehicles, sample models of aircraft and light and medium weaponry.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_March_2/slideshow/no-caption/11020242a26463e5f017f352d8805a34AP Photo/Karim Kadim

An international weapons convention took place in Baghdad on March 1. Organised by the Iraqi defense ministry at the Baghdad International Fairgrounds companies from Japan, US, Germany, Egypt, China and others displayed armored vehicles, sample models of aircraft and light and medium weaponry.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_March_2/slideshow/no-caption/037421d26c3338def75533cfad2b89ec

People stand in line to buy food at a supermarket in San Cristobal, about 660 km southwest of Caracas on February 28.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_March_2/slideshow/no-caption/037421d26c3338def75533cfad2b89ecCarlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters

People stand in line to buy food at a supermarket in San Cristobal, about 660 km southwest of Caracas on February 28.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_March_2/slideshow/no-caption/9a2464d93dc7135d612fb879ae5ec6ff

People stand amid debris near a Turkish restaurant following a gas explosion in Doha on February 27. Twelve people were killed, including two children, and about 30 wounded when a gas tank exploded at aTurkish restaurant in the capital city.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_March_2/slideshow/no-caption/9a2464d93dc7135d612fb879ae5ec6ffMohammed Dabbous/Reuters

People stand amid debris near a Turkish restaurant following a gas explosion in Doha on February 27. Twelve people were killed, including two children, and about 30 wounded when a gas tank exploded at aTurkish restaurant in the capital city.



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