The week in pictures pog-eye March 15, 2012 From Clooney's humanitarian endeavours to Rebekah Brooks' arrest, it's this week's most interesting stories in pictorial form. By Sian Claire Owen Swiss tragedySwiss tragedyTwenty-two children were killed in a horrific road accident in Sierre, Switzerland. Budget time aheadBudget time ahead…The country gears up for whatever bad news Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne can throw at us with next week’s 2012 budget. George Clooney From our partner Chess Boxing!Chess boxing!A new hybrid sport has emerged, and it is possibly the best new activity EVER. Chess boxing! Hacking arrests (cont)Hacking arrests (cont…)You thought it was over? Well it is now! Fashion for the BraveFashion for the BraveModels stand to attention (in the only way models know how!) for Fashion for the Brave event that aims to raise money for the Household Calvary Operat In loving memoryIn loving memory…A memorial service for PC David Rathband takes place at St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle. From our partner Love your library!Love your library!Protesters gather to express outrage over government plans to cut library services across England and Wales. Foxy Mum of the Year?Foxy Mum of the Year? Florence the DruidFlorence the DruidWe love Florence Welch but we’re genuinely scratching our heads over her choice of outfit. Stately Dinner PartyStately dinner partyDavid and Samantha Cameron visit the Obamas in the US, to much pomp and circumstance. From our partner Arty fartyArty fartyThe National Gallery unveils their new Turner exhibition in London. 1 / 12 Previous Next FROM OUR NETWORK JOIN THE CONVERSATION What's Popular 112 expert approved ways to keep your kids safe from sexual encounters online. 2The 15 rules a dying mum left with her husband for raising their eight kids. 3Meghan Markle absolutely nailed her first Royal Ascot. Here are her top five moments. 4Janine Allis just invested $600,000 in a Shark Tank product "better than sex". 530 years ago, Julie Cutler vanished. Now, her father is speaking of the 'painful' mystery. FROM OUR NETWORK Want more from mamamia?