Singles WKU Lady Toppers forward Ivy Brown (center) and Marshall University forward Talequia Hamilton fight for a rebound during the Lady Toppers' 73-57 win over Marshall University at E.A. Diddle arena in Bowling Green, Ky. Seven days after taking office, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that prevented travel to from seven countries. This order spread fear among refugees in the United States, even those who were from countries not on the list. Zayana Abdallah, who is a muslim originally from Burundi, Africa, a country not on the list, decided to cancel her plans to travel to her home country and opted instead to stay in the United States, which has been her home for the past nine years. Opposing capital punishment, Dale Brumfield, left, of Doswell, Va., and Jack Payden-Travers, of Lynchburg, Va., protest the execution of William Morva in Jarratt, Va. Morva was convicted for the 2006 murder of Montgomery County Sheriff Corporal Eric E. Sutphin, 40, and Derrick L. McFarland, 32, as he was trying to escape custody when being transported to a hospital for medical treatment. Clinching her teddy bear, Addison Walter, 6, is held by her mother, Jaime, during a funeral service for Special Agent Mike Walter, at Powhatan County High School in Powhatan County, Va. Virginia State Police Special Agent Mike Walter, 45, was shot in the head while responding to a call at Mosby Court, a violence-plagued public housing development in Richmond, Va. He died early the next morning, leaving behind his wife, Jaime, and their three children: Austin, 14; Mason, 9; and Addison, 6. In a small room filled with 100 supporters and opponents to a proposed 301-unit apartment complex next to the Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Va., Zoning Administrator William Davidson pleads his case in front of the Board of Zoning Appeals as attendants listen. The Board voted 4-1 in favor of the project. Opponents to the project used a 1953 land rezoning ruling, citing that the land was only to be used for educational purposes. A counter-protester receives an eye wash treatment after getting pepper sprayed during the Unite the Right Rally, protesting the name change from Lee Park to Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Va. During the rally, 32-year-old Heather Heyer was struck and killed by a vehicle driven by James Alex Fields, who drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters. John Dau, center, was 17 when he learned the alphabet and how to count, using his finger as a pencil in the sand under a tree at a refugee camp in Kenya. By that age, Dau — one of the Lost Boys of Sudan — had survived civil war, disease, famine and more violence than most people could imagine. "It was terrible because I didn't have a family then," he said, referring to his life in Ethiopia. Dau lived in two refugee camps in Ethiopia and Kenya. At 26, he was resettled in the United States as part of the Lost Boys program. Western Kentucky running back Anthony Wales dives for a touchdown during the Conference USA championship game against Louisiana Tech at L. T. Smith Stadium in Bowling Green, Ky. Wales finished the game with five touchdowns and 209 total yards. In the 58-44 win against the Bulldogs Wales was also named the most valuable player of the game. Dina Ponce is held by her boyfriend as they watch their homes burn down on Saturday June 26, 2016 in the Gamerco neighborhood on in Gallup, Nm. Ponce's trailer burned along with her bother's but her daughter's, Janelle Trujillo, home survived. Inna Burroughs a 29-year-old realtor who moved to Richmond from Seattle a year ago for a job offer. "People here say Richmond's two hours from the beach, a one-hour drive to the mountains, and that's exactly how people describe Seattle," she said. It's on the coast and close enough to the mountains."