George and Susan Kruger take some of their animals to safety after the family's home in Purcell, Oklahoma, was flooded on Sunday, May 24. Record-setting rains and dangerous storms have been battering Oklahoma and Texas since Memorial Day weekend.
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Christian Jacobs, 4, lies on the grave of his father, Christopher James Jacobs, during a Memorial Day event Monday, May 25, at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
Members of the media take photos of FIFA President Sepp Blatter as he talks to International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, standing, during the opening ceremony of the FIFA Congress on Thursday, May 28. The soccer world was rocked a day earlier when a host of FIFA officials were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland. The U.S. Justice Department unsealed a 47-count indictment, detailing charges against the officials that include racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracy. The most serious are the racketeering charges, which allege that the officials turned soccer "into a criminal enterprise," according to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Blatter was not one of the officials arrested.
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A seagull appears as though it's joining an air show in Llandudno, Wales, on Saturday, May 23.
A young boy tries to cover himself as police officers beat him at an anti-government demonstration in Bujumbura, Burundi, on Tuesday, May 26. Police fired shots to disperse people protesting against President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term.
Police officers from Myanmar speak to migrants below the deck of a fishing boat that was found off the country's coast on Friday, May 22. Myanmar, which has previously disavowed responsibility for Rohingya migrants stranded at sea, has said it will provide search and rescue for "boat people" in its territorial waters. Thousands of Rohingya -- minority Muslims in Myanmar -- and economic migrants from Bangladesh have taken to sea in recent weeks, hoping to settle elsewhere in Southeast Asia.
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Vanya Shivashankar, second from left, and Gokul Venkatachalam, far right, are greeted onstage by their families on Thursday, May 28, after they were named co-champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Vanya, who is from Olathe, Kansas, correctly spelled the word "scherenschnitte." Gokul, from Chesterfield, Missouri, correctly spelled the word "nunatak." See the faces of the 2015 National Spelling Bee
Friends and family members of Victor Perez Cardona look at the late cabdriver during his wake in Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico, on Sunday, May 24. With the help of a funeral home that specializes in embalming techniques, his family honored his final request and sat him in his taxi one last time.
A man stands on his paddleboard Wednesday, May 27, in the Mediterranean Sea near Tel Aviv, Israel.
Balloons depicting the leaders of the G-7 nations float in Dresden, Germany, on Wednesday, May 27. From left are Canadian Prime Minster Stephen Harper, U.S. President Barack Obama, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Finance ministers and central bank leaders from the G-7 are meeting in Dresden this week.
Hope, a 4-year-old female rhinoceros that survived a horrific poaching attack, recovers Tuesday, May 26, at the Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa. Poachers hacked off her horn earlier this month, leaving her for dead.
Syrian refugees on an overcrowded dinghy land on the Greek island of Kos on Tuesday, May 26. More than 220,000 people have been killed in Syria since an uprising in March 2011 spiraled into civil war.
Road markings appear distorted as asphalt starts to melt because of the high temperature in New Delhi on Wednesday, May 27. A blistering heat wave has killed more than 1,300 people in India.
A man in London has his head tattooed during the Great British Tattoo Show on Saturday, May 23.
Workers clean oil off a brown pelican at the International Bird Rescue office in Los Angeles on Friday, May 22. More than 100,000 gallons of oil from a ruptured pipeline recently spilled onto coastal lands near Goleta, California, and into the Pacific Ocean.
The Fischer Store Road Bridge was destroyed in flooding Sunday, May 24, near Wimberley, Texas.
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People in Kosovo's capital of Pristina attend a burial ceremony Tuesday, May 26, for eight ethnic Albanians who were killed during fighting with police earlier this month in Kumanovo, Macedonia. Police officers were also killed in the clashes.
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A damaged Eurofighter jet is hauled on the back of a truck near Plech, Germany, on Thursday, May 28.
U.S. President Barack Obama talks with children during a visit to a preschool in Washington on Friday, May 22.
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A goose attacks a newborn giraffe Monday, May 25, at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium.
People search through debris after an explosion at a Shiite mosque in Qatif, Saudi Arabia, on Friday, May 22. The militant group ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed 21 people.
Hundreds of nursing-school students take an exam outside of a vocational college in Baoji, China, on Monday, May 25.
Houthi rebels in Yemen transport part of a Saudi fighter jet that was found north of the capital of Sanaa on Sunday, May 24. A Saudi-led coalition has been carrying out airstrikes against the rebels since Yemen President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi fled the country in late March.
Karen Williams, daughter of blues legend B.B. King, cries as the hearse carrying her late father passes by Wednesday, May 27, in Memphis, Tennessee. King died earlier this month at the age of 89.
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Graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy toss their caps in the air at the end of their commencement ceremony Friday, May 22, in Annapolis, Maryland.
Police officers use their shields during the demolition of an informal settler community in Manila, Philippines, on Tuesday, May 26. The area is being redeveloped into a business district.
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A woman holds her child in Cabot, Pennsylvania, as they wait for the arrival of former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum on Wednesday, May 27. Santorum announced that he would once again seek the Republican Party's nomination for President.
A rebel fighter in Aleppo, Syria, fires a weapon toward forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday, May 24.
A man works on his car's engine as motorists gather at a gas station in Abuja, Nigeria, on Monday, May 25. On that day, the nation's petroleum and natural gas association suspended a strike that had brought much of the country to a standstill just days before the inauguration of a new President.
A giant sea lion nicknamed Bubba swims in a recovery pool Wednesday, May 27, at SeaWorld San Diego's animal rescue center. The sea lion, impaled by a homemade spear, had been rescued just off the coast of Southern California.
A young boy dressed as a deity is paraded on a float during the Bun Festival in Hong Kong on Monday, May 25. The Bun Festival is held every year to placate the hungry ghosts of old pirates.
Performers in San Salvador, El Salvador, stand in front of a monument Tuesday, May 26, for people who disappeared during the Salvadoran Civil War. The 12-year war ended in 1992.
A U.S. paratrooper packs his parachute during a drill in Kosovo on Wednesday, May 27.
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A human jaw is seen near an unmarked grave outside Wang Kelian, Malaysia, on Tuesday, May 26. Malaysian authorities confirmed that the 139 graves and 28 abandoned camps they found close to the Thai border are related to human trafficking.
Actor Gerard Depardieu tries to kiss actress Isabelle Huppert on Friday, May 22, during a photo call for the movie "Valley of Love" at the Cannes Film Festival in France.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II proceeds through the Royal Gallery in London before the state opening of Parliament on Wednesday, May 27. See last week in 40 photos