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The week in 33 photos

Updated 11:54 AM ET, Fri June 3, 2016
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A member of Iraq's security forces fires artillery Sunday, May 29, during clashes with ISIS militants near Falluja, Iraq. Falluja remains one of the last two Iraqi cities under ISIS control. ALAA AL-MARJANI/Newscom/REUTERS
A member of the humanitarian organization Sea-Watch holds a migrant baby who drowned after a boat capsized off the coast of Libya on Friday, May 27. The first five months of 2016 have been "particularly deadly," according to the U.N. refugee agency, with at least 2,510 migrant deaths through May compared to 1,855 in the same period in 2015. Europe's migration crisis in 25 photos Christian Buttner/AP
Security personnel check people on the UCLA campus following a shooting at the university on Wednesday, June 1. A campus-wide lockdown was in effect for a short time, but Los Angeles' police chief later said the situation was under control and that the shooting was a murder-suicide. ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images
People compete Monday, May 30, in the annual cheese-rolling races at Cooper's Hill in Brockworth, England. In the races, which date to the early 1800s, runners chase cheese wheels down an extremely steep hill. The first person over the finish line in each race wins the cheese. Joe Giddens/AP
A child touches the head of a gorilla statue at the Cincinnati Zoo on Sunday, May 29. Flowers were placed at the statue in honor of Harambe, a 17-year-old gorilla who was fatally shot by zoo employees after he began dragging a 4-year-old boy who slipped into the animal's enclosure. "The child was not under attack but all sorts of things could happen," Zoo Director Thane Maynard said. "He certainly was at risk." John Minchillo/AP
A woman is comforted outside of a Chicago hospital on Wednesday, June 1. A 15-year-old boy, identified by the Chicago Tribune as Fabian Lavinder, died at the hospital after he was fatally shot in the vehicle he was sitting in. Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune/TNS/Getty Images
The remains of 40 newborn tiger cubs were found in freezers at a Buddhist temple in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province. The Wildlife Conservation Office is investigating the motives behind the temple storing the bodies and is looking into the possibility that it is smuggling tiger parts, the organization's director told CNN. The "Tiger Temple" has long been popular with tourists who could walk among live tigers there and pose for photos. The temple has said it is a sanctuary for wild animals, but authorities started removing the tigers on Monday, May 30. Suthipong Pakcharoong, the vice president of the Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua Temple Foundation, told CNN that the temple would comply with the court order but that "there is nothing illegal and dangerous at all." Dario Pignatelli/Getty Images
Christian Jacobs, a 5-year-old from Hertford, North Carolina, puts a flag in front of his father's gravestone at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday, May 30. Marine Sgt. Christopher James Jacobs died in a training accident in 2011. See more photos from Memorial Day Carolyn Kaster/AP
French rail workers protest in front of a union branch in Lyon, France, on Wednesday, June 1. They have gone on strike, joining workers from other industries who are unhappy with their working conditions and government labor reforms. Laurent Cipriani/AP
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, at center in the light-blue shirt, watches a playoff basketball game in Oakland, California, on Monday, May 30. The presidential candidate, campaigning for the state's upcoming primary, saw the Golden State Warriors win Game 7 of the NBA's Western Conference Finals. Noah Graham/NBAE/Getty Images
A car stands against the side of a house Thursday, June 2, after flooding in Simbach am Inn, Germany. Matthias Schrader/AP
A man named Ahmed sits next to his daughter Reem at their home in Daraa, Syria, on Monday, May 30. Ahmed says Reem is disabled because of injuries she sustained when their home was shelled two years ago. Syria's civil war in pictures MAHMOUD AL-HAMZA/EPA
A vintage World War II plane is pulled out of the Hudson River on Saturday, May 28, a day after it crashed in North Bergen, New Jersey. The body of a 56-year-old man, presumed to be the pilot, was recovered in the river near the downed plane, the New York Police Department said. Julio Cortez/AP
A tribesman from the Popular Resistance Committees -- forces loyal to Yemeni President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi -- is greeted by a comrade in Taiz, Yemen, after a prisoner exchange with Houthi rebels on Wednesday, June 1. The Yemeni civil war began in March 2015 after Houthis seized the presidential palace in Aden. AHMAD AL-BASHA/AFP/Getty Images
A giant panda named Hao Hao holds her newborn baby in her mouth at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Thursday, June 2. Giant panda cubs are very small in relation to their mother -- 1/900th of the size. They are also pink, hairless and blind, not opening their eyes for several weeks. Benoit Bouchez/AP
Donald Trump supporters pray before the Republican presidential candidate arrived at a rally in Sacramento, California, on Wednesday, June 1. Jae C. Hong/AP
Actress Amber Heard leaves Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, May 27, after giving a sworn declaration that her husband, actor Johnny Depp, had been abusive. A judge granted a temporary restraining order to Heard, who has also filed for divorce. As part of the court documents, Depp filed a "memorandum of points and authorities" in which he rejected Heard's claims of domestic violence. Richard Vogel/AP
Terry Banks, right, speaks about his late nephew, Corey Jones, during a news conference at a church in Boynton Beach, Florida, on Wednesday, June 1. Jones, 31, was fatally shot last year by former police officer Nouman Raja, who has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and manslaughter by culpable negligence. Greg Lovett/AP
Ministerial staff members use brooms to scrub the office door of Brazilian Transparency Minister Fabiano Silveira, demanding his resignation on Monday, May 30. The day before, leaked phone call recordings showed Silveira -- who was appointed to combat corruption -- advising a senator on how to dodge a corruption probe. Silveira resigned Monday. Protesters in Brazil use brooms as a symbol to sweep away corruption. Eraldo Peres/AP
Rescue workers search for Yamato Tanooka, a 7-year-old boy missing for nearly a week in the northern Japan island of Hokkaido. Yamato's parents left him by the side of the road as punishment for throwing stones at passing cars and people. When they returned, he was gone. Japanese officials said the boy was found alive on Friday, June 3. Kyodo/AP
Firefighters in Madison, Wisconsin, respond to an explosion at a recycling plant's scrap metal heap on Wednesday, June 1. Steve Apps/AP
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande rekindle the flame at a national necropolis near Verdun, France, on Sunday, May 29. One hundred years ago, Germany and France fought the Battle of Verdun during World War I. There were more than 300,000 casualties between the two countries. Liewig Christian/Sipa
Taalin Abu Hana, left, prepares backstage for the Miss Trans Israel beauty pageant on Friday, May 27. She ended up winning the competition, and she will represent Israel at the "Miss Trans Star" event in Spain in September. ABIR SULTAN/EPA
A traveler washes his horse in a river during the Appleby Horse Fair in Appleby, England, on Thursday, June 2. The annual fair is attended by about 5,000 travelers who come to buy and sell horses. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
Nancy Shilts, right, hugs a fellow parishioner in Scituate, Massachusetts, before a planned final service at St. Frances X. Cabrini Church on Sunday, May 29. For more than 11 years, a core group of about 100 parishioners had kept the parish open by maintaining a round-the-clock vigil. The Boston Archdiocese has wanted to close it since 2004. Steven Senne/AP
Firefighters in Tokyo spray foam on Korean Air Flight 2708 as smoke rises from an engine on Friday, May 27. The fire broke out before the airplane took off. All passengers and crew were safe. The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images
Rock star Jon Bon Jovi, left, stands on stage with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker before Clinton spoke at a rally in Newark, New Jersey, on Wednesday, June 1. Van Tine Dennis/Sipa
A cat is entered into a costume contest as part of a cat show in Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday, May 28. Vladimir Shtanko/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Animal rights activists clash with riot police outside a bullfighting ring in Mexico City on Sunday, May 29. Marco Ugarte/AP
A man is stretchered away for medical attention after the bus he was riding in was involved in a major wreck in Houston on Wednesday, June 1. The bus collided with a pickup truck and slammed into the post of a highway sign. Dozens of people were injured. Mark Mulligan/AP
Men carry a giant dragon boat on Saturday, May 28, to celebrate the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival in China's Shibing County. He junyi/Imaginechina/AP
Retired Marine Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers and his new wife, Lorraine, kiss during Rolling Thunder's annual "Ride for Freedom" parade in Washington on Sunday, May 29. The biker rally is a tradition on Memorial Day weekend, paying tribute to prisoners of war and Americans missing in action. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters/Zuma
The first train comes out of the new Gotthard Base Tunnel on Wednesday, June 1, the tunnel's opening day. The 35-mile-long tunnel beneath the Swiss Alps is the world's longest, deepest tunnel. Construction started 17 years ago. See last week in 33 photos Laurent Gillieron/AP