The Week in Pictures: April 11 - 18
A blaze ravages Notre Dame, Mueller's report is released, Ivanka Trump visits Africa and more.
Crowds turn out for Nipsey
Mourners hold their fists in the air outside Nipsey Hussle's Marathon clothing store in Los Angeles on April 11, 2019.
After a three-hour memorial ceremony at Staples Center, Hussle's casket engaged in a 25-mile procession through the streets of Los Angeles. Crowds tried to get the best glimpses they could of the hearse, while some chanted "Nipsy! Nipsy!"
The procession took a lengthy pause outside The Marathon clothing store, where he was shot and fatally wounded March 31.
Notre Dame burns
Notre Dame's steeple collapses as the cathedral is engulfed in flames in Paris on April 15.
The cathedral spire was destroyed and its roof gutted but the bell towers were still standing and many valuable art works were saved after more than 400 firemen worked to contain the blaze, finally quelling it 14 hours after it began.
Members of the clergy participate in the ceremonial washing of the feet during Holy Week in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City on April 18.
Back on top
Tiger Woods celebrates after winning the 2019 Masters in Augusta, Georgia, on April 14.
Woods won his fifth Masters title on Sunday, marking his first major victory since the 2008 U.S. Open. Woods shot 13 under par through the tournament.
First daughter visits Africa
People crowd around Ivanka Trump to take selfies at the end of an event sponsored by the World Bank Group, on April 17, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
Ivanka arrived in Ivory Coast on Tuesday, after visiting Ethiopia. She is championing the Women's Global Development and Prosperity initiative, which officials have said aims to economically empower 50 million women by 2025.
Police officers remove an environmental campaigner wearing a clerical collar during the fourth day of a coordinated protest by the Extinction Rebellion group in London on April 18.
Hundreds of protesters brought some of London’s busiest streets and most iconic landmarks to a standstill in a demonstration to highlight climate change.
After the fire
Smoke rises around the altar inside Notre Dame Cathedral.
An aerial view of the fire damage to Notre Dame on April 16.
French President Emmanuel Macron promised Monday night that "we will rebuild" the 850-year-old cathedral.
Members of the "Santa Veracruz" brotherhood hold a cross in a Holy Week procession in Calahorra, northern Spain, on April 17.
Photojournalists photograph four pages of the report by special counsel Robert Mueller on the witness table in the House Intelligence Committee hearing room on Capitol Hill on April 18.
Mueller's lengthy report made public Thursday reviewed President Donald Trump's attempts to muddy the investigation, including efforts to tamper with witnesses, but decided not to charge him with obstruction in part because there was no underlying crime and many of the attempts were carried out in plain view.
Children hold signs during a hometown kickoff for Sen. Cory Booker's national presidential campaign tour at Military Park in downtown Newark, New Jersey, on April 13.
Deadly bus crash
Firefighters help victims of a tour bus accident on the Portuguese island of Madeira on April 17. At least 28 people, most of them German, died.
Bubbly new year
A girl plays with soap suds during celebrations for the Thingyan festival, the Buddhist New Year, in Yangon, Myanmar, on April 13.