From the kickoff of the Lingerie Football League tour in Australia to the E3 gaming conference in LA, here's what happened this week around the world.
Reebok CrossFit ambassador Christine Bleakley poses during the Reebok CrossFit Fitness Championship in Birmingham, England. The event challenged people of all levels and abilities to test their fitness using CrossFit, the popular strength and conditioning program.
A visitor looks at a work entitled "Button" by Ukraine’s GREVIS group in Kiev's Botanical Garden. Kiev will host the first international festival of contemporary sculpture called the "Kiev Sculpture Project" from June 2nd to July 2nd.
Christine Moore passes the ball during the first game of the Lingerie Football League All-Star tour at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, Australia.
Polo player Nacho Figueras competes in the 5th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on June 2nd at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ.
The Netherlands' national soccer players walk through Auschwitz's notorious gate with the sign "Arbeit Macht Frei," or "Work Sets You Free," during their visit to the former Nazi concentration camp in Oswiecim. The team will play its first match of the Euro 2012 soccer championships against Denmark in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on June 9th.
Fireworks over Buckingham Palace mark the end of The Diamond Jubilee Concert from The Mall on June 4th in London. This year -- for only the second time in history -- the UK is celebrating the 60th anniversary of a monarch’s reign, and thousands of well-wishers from around the world flocked to London to witness the spectacle of the weekend's celebrations.
A view of Court Suzanne Lenglen during a match between Sara Errani of Italy and Angelique Kerber of Germany during day 10 of the French Open in Paris.
Ray Dobbins uses a telescope to observe the transit of Venus across the sun from High Line Park in New York City. The transit of Venus will not happen again until the year 2117.
Mickey Mouse stopped by the Newseum in Washington, DC, to prepare a smoothie at the Walt Disney Company's announcement of new standards for food advertising during their programming.
Refugee children wave flags before the arrival of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi at the Mae La refugee camp in Tak, Thailand. The visit to Thailand is Suu Kyi’s first trip outside of Burma in 24 years.
Models pose onstage at the 2012 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards at Alice Tully Hall in New York City.
Senior military veterans, including 86-year-old World War II veteran Wayne Field, sing the national anthem before the swimming competition at the National Golden Age Games in St. Peters, Missouri. Almost 800 veterans between the ages of 55 and 101 participated in the annual event, competing in a everything from swimming to dominoes.
The Royal carriage procession passes down Whitehall in London as part of the celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
A woman is soaked by a wave at Bronte Beach on June 6th in Sydney, Australia, where wind speeds of up to 127km/h were recorded as the city was lashed by wild weather.
Attendees walk past the Sony Playstation booth during the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, CA. Thousands attended the annual 3-day convention to hear the latest announcements from the gaming industry.
In an effort to improve its food offerings, Starbucks announced that it’s purchasing San Francisco-based chain La Boulange Bakery for $100 million.