Photos: The Week in Pictures
Find this week's top photos from around the globe in ABC News' This Week in Pictures slideshow

Green commute
Ever hopped in a taxi and sat in traffic for hours whilst pedestrians and cyclists sailed past your window? If so, you may wondered whether you're part of the problem and not the solution. As public transport networks continue to improve in many African cities, taxis remain a common mode of getting around.

Bombers 'escape in chaos'
CNN's Jim Clancy speaks to journalist Benjamin Simon about the reported bombing of a mosque in Kano, Nigeria.

US-Style Black Friday Storms the UK With ???Predictable??? Chaos
U.S.-style Black Friday has hit British shores with an unprecedented force, even resulting today in a few arrests and a shopper???s broken wrist.

New US police shooting in spotlight, calm in Ferguson

This screen grab from a surveillance video released by the Cleveland Police Department on November 26, 2014 shows Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy, who was shot by a Cleveland police officer at a recreation centerA video showing Cleveland police shooting dead a black youth raised new questions about US police treatment of young African Americans, as calm returned to the flashpoint town of Ferguson on the Thanksgiving holiday. Ferguson, a suburb of St Louis, had seen sometimes violent protests since Monday's explosive decision by a Missouri grand jury not to charge a white policeman who shot dead an unarmed black teen in August. The decision revived long-standing questions about how police, especially white officers, interact with African Americans -- questions asked again after the weekend shooting in Cleveland of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

Police tortured our sons, families say
Families of 2 young men killed by Brazilian police allege they were tortured first.

Who runs ISIS?
Tom Foreman explains how ISIS's ruthless leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is quickly making a name for himself.

Barbie with acne and cellulite?
Artist's crowdfunding campaign turns idea of a doll that has realistic proportions into a reality. Robyn Curnow reports.