From Saudi Arabia to Thailand, here are the top photos from the past week

The week saw even more disasters as Saudi-led airstrikes continued in Yemen and Thailand lost its king of 70 years.

Here are the top photos of the week.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump responds as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton answers a question during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump responds as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton answers a question during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, on October 9, 2016.

ATTNETION EDITORS - PICTURE SHOWS OBSCENE GESTURE Supporters of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump scream and gesture at members of the media in a press area at a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., October 13, 2016.   REUTERS/Mike Segar  TEMPLATE OUT - RTSS68G

Supporters of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump scream and gesture at members of the media in a press area at a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on October 13, 2016.

A Yemeni collects items amidst the rubble of a destroyed funeral hall building following reported airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition air-planes on the capital Sanaa on October 8, 2016. Rebels in control of Yemen's capital accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting them of killing or wounding dozens of people in air strikes on Sanaa. The insurgent-controlled news site sabanews.net said that coalition planes hit a building in the capital where people had gathered to mourn the death of an official, resulting in "dozens of dead or wounded". / AFP / MOHAMMED HUWAIS        (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED HUWAIS/AFP/Getty Images)

A Yemeni collects items amidst the rubble of a destroyed funeral hall building following reported airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition planes on the capital Sanaa on October 8, 2016.

People display portraits of Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thai baht notes as they wait on the roadside while his body is being moved from the Bangkok hospital where he died to the Grand Palace, in Bangkok, Thailand, October 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom - RTSS89V

People display portraits of Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thai baht notes as they wait on the roadside while his body is being moved from the Bangkok hospital where he died to the Grand Palace, in Bangkok, Thailand, on October 14, 2016.

TOPSHOT - A migrant holds onto a rope during a rescue operation some eight nautical miles off Libya's Mediterranean coastline on October 12, 2016. A growing number of people are attempting the treacherous sea journey from Libya or Egypt, after the closure of the Balkan migrant trail route leading from Greece to western Europe. / AFP / ARIS MESSINIS        (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images)

A migrant holds onto a rope during a rescue operation some eight nautical miles off Libya’s Mediterranean coastline on October 12, 2016. A growing number of people are attempting the treacherous sea journey from Libya or Egypt, after the closure of the Balkan migrant trail route leading from Greece to western Europe.

In this photo taken on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, a woman walks past lined up coffins at the Nato base in the Sicilian town of Mellili, Italy. Cattaneo, a professor at the University of Milan, is leading a team of forensic pathologists who have volunteered to identify and catalogue roughly 800 migrants who lost their lives in one of the worst tragedies in the Mediterranean migrant crisis. Her work is a unique, historic project expanding the field of humanitarian legal medicine and also a multi-million euro effort on the part of the Italian government to shame Europe into paying attention to migrants lost at sea and help Italy face the inundation. (AP Photo/Salvatore Cavalli)

A woman walks past lined up coffins at a NATO base in the Sicilian town of Mellili, Italy, on October 8, 2016. Cattaneo, a professor at the University of Milan, is leading a team of forensic pathologists who have volunteered to identify and catalog roughly 800 migrants who lost their lives in one of the worst tragedies in the Mediterranean migrant crisis. Her work is part of a unique, historic project expanding the field of humanitarian legal medicine and also part of a multi-million euro effort by the Italian government to shame Europe into paying attention to migrants lost at sea and help Italy face the inundation.

People fight as they try to get food during a special distribution in a church after Hurricane Matthew passed through Jeremie, Haiti, October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins - RTSRV0G

People fight as they try to get food during a special distribution in a church after Hurricane Matthew passed through Jeremie, Haiti, on October 11, 2016.

TOPSHOT - Afghan children walk to school on the outskirts of Herat on October 10, 2016.  / AFP / AREF KARIMI        (Photo credit should read AREF KARIMI/AFP/Getty Images)

Afghan children walk to school on the outskirts of Herat, Afghanistan, on October 10, 2016.

Indian Shiite Muslims flagellate themselves with knives during a procession to mark Ashoura in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016. Shiites mark Ashoura, the tenth day of the month of Muharram, to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, a grandson of Prophet Muhammad, during the Battle of Karbala. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Indian Shiite Muslims flagellate themselves with knives during a procession to mark Ashoura in New Delhi, India, on October 12, 2016. Shiites mark Ashoura, the tenth day of the month of Muharram, to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, a grandson of Prophet Muhammad, during the Battle of Karbala.

President Barack Obama does a fist bump with Nathan Copeland during a tour of innovation projects at the White House Frontiers Conference at University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Copeland demonstrates how he can control a robotic arm and feel when the robotic hand is touched. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

President Barack Obama does a fist bump with Nathan Copeland during a tour of innovation projects at the White House Frontiers Conference at University of Pittsburgh on October 13, 2016. Copeland demonstrated how he can control a robotic arm and feel when the robotic hand is touched

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