The week in 35 photos – A cat toys with a mouse in Hanover, Germany, on Monday, May 26. The mouse didn't make it.
The week in 35 photos – U.S. Air Force Academy graduates throw their caps into the air Wednesday, May 28, as jets fly over the stadium in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The week in 35 photos – A stunt driver performs at the "Well of Death" exhibition in Srinagar, India, on Friday, May 23. Motorcycles are also driven around the vertical walls.
The week in 35 photos – Police in Brasilia, Brazil, use tear gas to impede natives from marching toward the Mane Garrincha stadium and protesting the World Cup on Tuesday, May 27. The World Cup trophy was on public display at the stadium.
The week in 35 photos – Sub-Saharan migrants scale a metallic fence that divides Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Wednesday, May 28. Several hundred migrants charged the border fence, with many managing to get across while others were beaten back by police.
The week in 35 photos – Firefighters put out a blaze that erupted in the main temple of a Buddhist monastery Wednesday, May 28, in Amitkhasha, Russia.
The week in 35 photos – Two men paddle in a canoe on a flooded road in Trysil, Norway, on Monday, May 26. Rain and melted snow have increased the water level of the river Trysilelva.
The week in 35 photos – Paramilitary policemen demolish an unstable building after a 5.6-magnitude earthquake hit China's Yingjiang County on Saturday, May 24.
The week in 35 photos – Pilots in a historical airplane perform during the Berlin Air Show on Friday, May 23.
The week in 35 photos – On Tuesday, May 27, boys in the Arhab region of Yemen look inside a vehicle that was destroyed during a police raid on an al-Qaeda hideout. Yemen said on May 25 that it had killed one of the country's most-wanted al-Qaeda militants.
The week in 35 photos – Pavlo Klets, left, and Mariya Gafitsa have metal clamps removed from their backs Friday, May 23, after they traversed the Dnipro River in Kiev, Ukraine. The two were suspended over the river by cable wire that was attached to their metal-clamp piercings. According to reports, they set a new world record for the longest Tyvolean traverse with clamp piercings -- nearly 1,800 feet.
The week in 35 photos – Pallbearers dressed as Sebastian Gerena's favorite superheroes carry his coffin during the 7-year-old's funeral in Philadelphia on Wednesday, May 28. The young boy, who had a rare heart defect, died after collapsing at his school.
The week in 35 photos – American astronaut Reid Wiseman gestures a heart to his daughter before he and two others were launched into space Thursday, May 29, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Wiseman and two other men will be spending six months at the International Space Station.
The week in 35 photos – A security guard watches passengers line up at a subway station checkpoint during morning rush hour in Beijing on Tuesday, May 27.
The week in 35 photos – Gao Bingguo is covered with bees as he tries to break a Guinness World Record in Taian, China, on Tuesday, May 27. He set the record after having 326,000 bees on his body at one time, according to local media.
The week in 35 photos – Security personnel and rescue team members stand next to a damaged passenger train that derailed in Khalilabad, India, on Monday, May 26. At least 40 people were killed and more than 150 were injured after the train collided with a stationary cargo train, police and railway officials said.
The week in 35 photos – A farmer is reflected in water as he walks along terraced fields in China's Zhejiang province on Tuesday, May 27.
The week in 35 photos – Christopher DiCapua, left, and Oscar Cabrera kiss after saying their wedding vows Friday, May 23, at Philadelphia's City Hall. Earlier in the week, Pennsylvania's governor said he would not appeal a federal judge's ruling that overturned the state's 1996 ban against same-sex marriage.
The week in 35 photos – A man with an artificial leg attaches an artificial leg to 8-year-old Ashraf ul-Shiekh at a prosthetics facility in Kolkata, India, on Tuesday, May 27. Ashraf lost his left leg in a tragic road accident two years ago. His impoverished family was unable to afford the artificial limb, but the facility gave him one free of charge.
The week in 35 photos – Flower petals cover the streets during a rally in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Wednesday, May 28 -- the anniversary of Pakistan's first nuclear tests in 1998.
The week in 35 photos – A U.S. soldier looks at an Afghan mountain range from a Chinook helicopter on Wednesday, May 28. U.S. forces could complete their withdrawal from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, President Obama said, unveiling a plan to end America's longest war.
The week in 35 photos – The body of a pro-Russian militant lies on a stretcher at a morgue in Donetsk, Ukraine, on Tuesday, May 27. He was killed in clashes around Donetsk's airport, which was seized by pro-Russian separatists a day earlier. Ukrainian forces moved in and reclaimed the facility.