This Week in Pictures: April 11-17
Hillary Clinton officially launched her presidential campaign this week, announcing her candidacy on Sunday and heading straight to Iowa to start meeting with potential voters.
In the West, Revelers descended on the California desert near Palm Springs for the Coachella music festival.
In South Carolina, hundreds of mourners gathered at W.O.R.D. Ministries Christian Center in Summerville for the funeral of Walter Scott, who was video taped being shot in the back and killed by North Charleston police officer Michael Slager.
South Koreans marked the one year anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, in which 304 people, mostly students, were killed when the ferry sank off Jindo Island. Many family members of the victims continue to accuse the South Korean government and President Park Geun-hye of blocking an independent investigation into the failures surrounding the tragedy.
Israelis marked Holocaust Remembrance Day this week, as well.