A weak Euro, strong retail sales, a lone terrorist hits Belgium and coverage to visit a chiropractor? This and more in the week that was in…the Week in Pictures.
Arizona Chiropractic Society President Alan Immerman, left, and Arizona State Sen. Linda Gray, R-Phoenix, speak at the Capitol in Phoenix, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011. Arizona chiropractors say state insurance regulators are failing to require a major health insurer to provide promised coverage, resulting in inadequate reimbursements that are driving some chiropractors out of business. A statewide group representing chiropractors says it wants Gov. Jan Brewer fire Insurance director Christina Urias or make the director go after the insurer, Arizona Blue Cross Blue Shield. The chiropractors have already lost a court case seeking to compel the insurer director to act. (AP Photo/Matt York)
A trader gestures at the stock market in Frankfurt, Germany, Monday, Dec. 12, 2011, as the German stock index DAX dropped more than two per cent. Enthusiasm for riskier assets such as stocks and the euro faded Monday as investors worried that Europe’s new pact aimed at fixing the continent’s debt crisis would be insufficient. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Women mourn as they sit at a bus stop where a grenade-lobbing gunman killed three people and injured 123, in the city center of Liege, Belgium, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011. The body of a woman has been found in the garage of a grenade-lobbing gunman, bringing to four the number of people killed in an attack in the city of Liege, officials said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe)