A look at the best news photos from around the world.
Christie's auction house appraiser David Warren examines a set of jewelry from Roumeliotes Collection, one of three sets of the Marcos Jewelry Collection, during appraisal at the Central Bank of the Philippines in Manila. The Philippine government is having millions of dollars’ worth of jewelry seized from former First Lady Imelda Marcos appraised ahead of a possible auctioning of the collection. The jewelry was seized when Marcos’ family fled to Hawaii in 1986 following a revolt that ended her husband’s two decades in power.
The coffin containing the body of Valeria Solesin is laid out in state during her funeral in Venice's St. Mark's Square, northern Italy. Valeria Solesin, the 28-year-old doctoral student from Venice, killed during the extremists' attack on the Bataclan theatre in Paris, was at the Eagles of Death Metal concert with her Italian boyfriend and other friendson Nov. 13.
The Eiffel Tower lit with the blue, white and red colors of the French flag is reflected in the Trocadero fountains in Paris, France, Nov. 23, 2015, a week after a series of deadly attacks in the capital.
Police forensic experts search a street for evidence after a bomb explosion outside the Federation of Greek Enterprises in central Athens.