Photojournalism of the Week: March 1, 2013

A woman stuck in her car is rescued from flood waters by a resident during heavy rain in Chalandri suburb north of Athens
A woman stuck in her car is rescued from floodwaters by a resident during heavy rain in Chalandri suburb north of Athens, Greece. John Kolesidis is a photojournalist based in Athens, Greece, shooting for the likes of Reuters and Corbis. See more of his work here and here.John Kolesidis/Reuters
A Palestinian protester throws stones during clashes with Israeli soldiers in Hebron following the funeral of Palestinian prisoner Jaradat
A Palestinian protester throws stones during clashes with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank city of Hebron. Mussa Qawasma is a Palestine-based photojournalist shooting for Reuters.Mussa Qawasma/Reuters
Buddhist monks pray at the Wat Phra Dhammakaya temple in Pathum Thani province, north of Bangkok on Makha Bucha Day
Buddhist monks pray at the Wat Phra Dhammakaya temple, north of Bangkok, Thailand, on Makha Bucha Day. Makha Bucha Day honours Buddha and his teachings, and falls on the full moon day of the third lunar month. Kerek Wongsa is a stringer working for Reuters in Thailand.Kerek Wongsa/Reuters
People relax in one of the Blue Lagoon hot springs near the town of Grindavik
People relax in one of the Blue Lagoon hot springs near the town of Grindavi, Iceland. Stoyan Nenov is a Reuters staffer currently based in Iceland. Up until recently Stoyan was shooting in Bulgaria. You can check out some of his work from there in our previous round-up.Stoyan Nenov/Reuters
A woman dressed as a Kung Fu Panda promoting a business event looks at a piano in central Beijing
A woman dressed as a Kung Fu Panda promotes China's newest (and the World's only) Panda-themed hotel, located in central Beijing. Jason Lee is a Reuters staffer based in Eastern China. See more of his work here.Jason Lee/Reuters
Pope Benedict XVI waves from his Popemobile as he rides through a packed Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican during his last general audience
Pope Benedict XVI waves from his Popemobile as he rides through a packed Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican during his last general audience. Stefano Rellandini is a Reuters staffer based in Milan, Italy.Stefano Rellandini/Reuters
Supporters of conservative Cyprus Presidential candidate Nicos Anastasiades celebrate outside a pre-election campaign bureau in Nicosia
Supporters of conservative Cyprus Presidential candidate Nicos Anastasiades celebrate outside a pre-election campaign bureau in Nicosia. Anastasiades declared victory in a presidential runoff vote on Sunday after taking an insurmountable lead against his leftist rival. Yorgos Karahalis is a Reuters staffer based in Athens. See more of his work here.Yorgos Karahalis/Reuters
Employee makes an adjustment to a model of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin at the Museum of the Soviet Union in Moscow
An employee makes an adjustment to a model of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin at the Museum of the Soviet Union in Moscow, Russia. Sergei Karpukhin is a Reuters staffer based in Western Russia. See more of his work here.Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters
Luis Amezquita hangs upside down over the Periferico avenue during a slacklining practice in Guatemala City
Luis Amezquita hangs upside down over the Periferico Avenue during a slacklining practice in Guatemala City. Slacklining is an extreme sport that requires one to balance on a line anchored between two points. Jorge Lopez is a photojournalist based in Guatemala, shooting for Reuters. See more of his work here.Jorge Lopez/Reuters
People hold candles during a praying ceremony for the health of Venezuelan President Chavez in Caracas
People hold candles during a praying ceremony for the health of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, Venezuela. Jorge Silva is a Reuters staffer bases in Venezuela. He came on full-time with the agency in 2003. See more of his work on the Reuters blog.Jorge Silva/Reuters
Afghan Security officer stands over the dead body of a suspected suicide bomber in Kabul
An Afghan Security officer stands over the dead body of a suspected suicide bomber in Kabul. Afghan intelligence officers shot dead at least one would-be suicide bomber in Kabul's most well-protected area, home to some of the country's most high-profile targets. Omar Sobhani is Reuters staff photographer who up until this year, was based in Iraq. See more of his work in our past galleries here and here.Omar Sobhani/Reuters

Be sure to check out our archive of past Photojournalism of the Week galleries, where you will find more great work.