LensWeek in Photos: May 4, 2013The Daily Beast05.05.13LensWeek in Photos: May 4, 2013From the Bangladesh factory collapse aftermath to Istanbul May Day protests and a couple making it official under Colorado’s new civil unions law, see the week’s most striking images.The Daily Beast05.05.13 12:30 AM ETWong Maye-E/APSavar, BangladeshMay 2, 2013 A worker is seen through a broken cement wall as he toils in the collapsed garment factory building in search of bodies. Seth Wenig/APNew York, New YorkMay 1, 2013 Officials load a plane part that was discovered wedged between an apartment building and a mosque into a truck. Authorities believe the plane part is from one of the two hijacked airliners that brought down the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Kin Cheung/APPohang, South KoreaApril 26, 2013 South Korean Marine LVT-7 landing craft sail to shore in a smoke screen during Ssangyong 2013, U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises that are part of their two-month-long Foal Eagle military exercises. Ozan Kose/AFP/GettyIstanbul, TurkeyMay 1, 2013 Masked policemen take cover behind shields during clashes at a May Day demonstration. Several people were injured on Wednesday as Turkish riot police used water cannons and tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters who defied a May Day ban on demonstrations in a central part of the city. Ringo H.W. Chiu/APCamarillo, CaliforniaMay 2, 2013 Farmers keep working as a wildfire on a hill burns in the background. Wong Maye-E/APDhaka, BangladeshMay 1, 2013 A man pours earth onto a grave of an unidentified victim of last week’s garment factory collapse. Ismail Ferdous/APSavar, BangladeshMay 2, 2013 A woman holds up a portrait of her missing relative following the collapse of a garment factory building near Dhaka that left 430 confirmed dead and another 149 people still missing. Wong Maye-E/APSavar, BangladeshMay 2, 2013 Anna, 16, who worked as a helper at Rana Plaza, was trapped for three days following the deadly collapse and now is in recovery at the Enam Medical College. Her right hand needed to be amputated in her rescue from the rubble. Ahmad Jamshid/APKabul, AfghanistanMay 1, 2013 A woman walks past a banner during Afghanistan and Central Asia’s only arts festival. Mahmud Hams/AFP/GettyBeit Lahia, GazaApril 28, 2013 Palestinian refugee children play in a poverty-stricken quarter of the town. Sanjay Kanojia/AFP/GettyAllahabad, IndiaApril 30, 2013 An Indian Hindu Sadhu, or holy man, poses his adopted child in a yoga headstand on the banks of the Sangam. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/GettyNew York, New YorkApril 30, 2013 Dancers audition at Radio City Music Hall to become Rockettes for the upcoming 2013 production of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via GettyDenver, ColoradoMay 01, 2013 Erin Ivie, 23, left, and her partner Kristyn Lindstrom, 25, exit the Webb building to pose for wedding photos in the snow, following their civil union ceremony. A new law allowing the unions went into effect this week. Andy Wong/APBeijing, ChinaMay 2, 2013 A Chinese child admires a modern art painting on display at the Art Beijing Exhibition. Jon Chol Jin/APPyongyang, North KoreaMay 2, 2013 A man walks by a poster reading “Severe punishment to the U.S. and their followers” in the central district of Pyongyang. American Kenneth Bae was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor this week for “crimes against the state.” Toru Yamanaka/AFP/GettyTokyo, JapanApril 29, 2013 Babies held by student sumo wrestlers cry beside a referee (C) clad in a traditional costume during the “Baby-cry Sumo” competition at Sensoji temple. Japanese parents believe that sumo wrestlers can help make babies cry out a wish to grow up with good health.