A photo taken Wednesday, May 22, by climber Nirmal Purja's Project Possible expedition shows heavy traffic of mountain climbers lining up to stand at Mount Everest's summit. Two mountaineers have died on Everest after crowds became stuck in a line leading to the summit of the world's highest mountain.
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A name placard is displayed for former White House counsel Don McGahn, who was subpoenaed but didn't show up for a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, May 21. The White House said it would not allow McGahn to turn over documents related to the committee's obstruction of justice investigation.
Members of the United States Coast Guard Academy throw their hats in the air during a graduation ceremony in New London, Connecticut, on Wednesday, May 22.
Britain's Prince George and his sister, Princess Charlotte, sit together in a garden ahead of the Chelsea Flower Show in London. It was one of several family photos released by Kensington Palace on Sunday, May 19.
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Pope Francis presides over the Italian Episcopal Conference on Monday, May 20.
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Actor Brad Pitt walks the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival in France on Tuesday, May 21. He was attending a screening of his new film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," along with director Quentin Tarantino and co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.
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This Porsche Type 64, the great-grandfather of the iconic Porsche 911, is displayed at the Sotheby's auction house in London on Tuesday, May 21. As the earliest Porsche sports car, and with a direct lineage to today's 911s, it could be worth $20 million to $25 million, according to experts at Hagerty, a company that insures collectible cars. That would make it the most valuable Porsche ever sold. It will be put up for auction in mid-August.
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Firecrackers explode in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Wednesday, May 22, as police clashed with protesters who were angry at the country's election result. At least six people were killed in the initial clashes, and more than 200 were injured.
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Chelsea Pensioners and war veterans admire the D-Day 75 Garden during a visit to the Chelsea Flower Show in London on Monday, May 20. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, which proved to be a turning point in World War II.
Students in Castle Rock, Colorado, just outside of Denver, attend graduation ceremonies at Douglas County High School on Tuesday, May 21. A record-breaking spring storm dumped several inches of snow just days before school let out for summer break.
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Boys in Manila, Philippines, blow through straws to try to empty cups filled with flour on Sunday, May 19. The game was part of feast-day festivities for St. Rita of Cascia.
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Fighters loyal to Libya's UN-backed government fire weapons during clashes with forces loyal to renegade general Khalifa Haftar on Tuesday, May 21. Eight years after the fall of strongman leader Moammar Gadhafi, Libya is mired in violence and split into rival administrations.
A paddle steamer in Vevey, Switzerland, sails past a giant fork sculpture in Lake Geneva on Tuesday, May 21. The Fork of Vevey was first built in 1995 by Swiss artist Jean-Pierre Zaugg. See last week in 23 photos