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22 Striking Photos You Missed This Week   

Featured Photo: Eight-year-old Jeremiah Lennon hugs his puppy, named Peanut, at his home in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. The third grader had been in classroom 112, just next to the rooms where the shooter holed up. The 15 kids in his class sat on the floor in the corner, as quiet as they could be, he said. The gunman tried to get in, but the door was locked. Jeremiah said he was mad at first, because they were missing recess. He was also terrified: “I was scared I would get shot, my friends would get shot.” Wong Maye-E / AP

With the ever-changing news cycle, it’s easy to miss captivating images that fly under the radar. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.

Legoland modeler Freya Groom places a model of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth in a vehicle near a model of Buckingham Palace, at Legoland in Windsor, England. Peter Nicholls / Reuters

Legoland modeler Freya Groom places a model of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth in a vehicle near a model of Buckingham Palace, at Legoland in Windsor, England. Peter Nicholls / Reuters

Schoolchildren wear face masks as they take part in an awareness rally against the use of tobacco on World No Tobacco Day in Kolkata, India. Dibyangshu Sarkar / AFP / Getty

A gold miner observes a female worker at an open pit gold mine in Nyarugusu. Tanzania is a land rich in minerals. The mining industry has historically been male-dominated with high levels of harassment, sexual abuse and discrimination. Through the creation of only-women miners associations and the help of projects advocating for rights and inclusion, Tanzanian women have been gradually gaining access to the mines. Luis Tato/AFP/Getty Images

Bags are caught in the branches of a tree outside the municipal dump where people sort through the rubbish for valuable items they hope to sell in Santa Rosa. Rodrigo Abd/AP

Displaced children walk past tents during a dust storm on the outskirts of the rebel-held town of Dana near the border between Syria and Turkey. Aaref Watad/AFP/Getty Images

Eight-year-old Jeremiah Lennon, second from left, plays on a trampoline with relatives in Uvalde. The third grader had been in classroom 112, just next to the rooms where the shooter holed up. The children in his class sat on the ground in the corner, as quiet as they could be, he said. The gunman tried to get in but the door was locked. Jeremiah said he was mad at first, because they were missing recess. He was also terrified: ‘I was scared I would get shot, my friends would get shot.’Wong Maye-E/AP

A woman lies in front of a grave in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia,. Stefani Reynolds / AFP / Getty

Yang Estrada plays with a crab on a street in La Panchita, Cuba, on May 28, 2022. Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

A woman lies in front of a grave in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia. Stefani Reynolds / AFP / Getty

Valik Vladimirovich plays, dressed as a soldier, in Stoyanka, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine. Natacha Pisarenko / AP

A staff member wearing a face mask works at a food store behind makeshift fences, after a two-month-long COVID-19 lockdown was lifted in Shanghai, China. Aly Song / Reuters

Miles K. Hubbert, a fourth grader from the Kent School in Baltimore, Maryland, asks for more information about the word he needs to spell during a preliminary round of the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland, on May 31, 2022. Evelyn Hockstein / Reuters

A person looks out of a window in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, as high school students protest the nation’s gun policies on Wednesday. David Goldman/AP

Korean pop supergroup BTS joins White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at the daily briefing in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, May 31. The band was meeting with President Joe Biden to discuss Asian inclusion and representation while also addressing anti-Asian hate crimes and disinformation. Evan Vucci/AP

Graduates of the US Naval Academy celebrate at the end of their ceremony in Annapolis, Maryland, Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP

US President Joe Biden participates in a change-of-command ceremony as Adm. Linda Fagan becomes the new commandant of the US Coast Guard on Wednesday, June 1. She is the first woman to lead a branch of the US armed forces. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Hyunsuk Ku, owner of the dog cafe Happy Bark Day, serves one of her customers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Monday, May 30. Her cafe is the first of its kind in Dubai. Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images