LensWeek in Photos: June 1, 2013The Daily Beast06.01.13LensWeek in Photos: June 1, 2013From protests in central Istanbul to the Scripps National Spelling Bee winner and France’s first same-sex married couple, see the week’s most striking images.The Daily Beast06.01.13 8:15 AM ETCharlie Riedel/APMoore, OklahomaMay 25, 2013 Tina Taylor salvages items at her brother-in-law’s tornado-ravaged home. Molly Riley/APArlington, VirginiaMay 27, 2013 Heidi Heming, 27, left, of Chattanooga, Tenn., is comforted by volunteer Marina Clifford, 12, while visiting a loved one’s gravesite at Section 60 on Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery. Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans are buried in Section 60. Rich Schultz/APMcGuire Air Force Base, New JerseyMay 28, 2013 A member of the Secret Service is reflected in the side of Air Force One as President Obama and Gov. Chris Christie departed for an appearance at Asbury Park, one of the many Jersey shore communities devastated by Super Storm Sandy. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/GettyNational Harbor, MarylandMay 30, 2013 Arvind V. Mahankali, representing New York, speaks to reporters after winning the championship round at the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Mahankali won by correctly spelling “knaidel,” a German-derived Yiddish word, defeating Pranav Sivakumar, representing Illinois. Shah Marai/AFP/GettyBazarak District, AfghanistanMay 29, 2013 Afghan security forces stand over the dead bodies of insurgents after a suicide attack in Panjshir province. Afghan security forces killed six suicide bombers who attacked the Panjshir provincial governor’s office early on May 29, officials said, in an assault on one the the most stable areas of the country. Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP/GettyBaghdad, IraqMay 27, 2013 Smoke from explosions billows on the background as supporters watch Iraq playing a friendly match against Liberia at al-Shaab Stadium. Two of the blasts, which killed 58 people in the Baghdad area and northern Iraq, went off near the the al-Shaab stadium as Iraq’s national football team was playing Liberia the friendly. Murad Sezer/Reuters, via LandovIstanbul, TurkeyMay 31, 2013 Turkish riot police use a water cannon to disperse demonstrators during a protest in Taksim Square against the destruction of trees in a park brought about by a pedestrian project. Patrick Semansky/APWhite Marsh, MarylandMay 28, 2013 A fire burns at the site of a CSX freight train derailment. Fire officials say the train crashed into a trash truck, causing an explosion that rattled homes at least a half-mile away and collapsed nearby buildings, setting them on fire. Daily Eleven Media/APLashio, BurmaMay 28, 2013 In this photo released by Daily Eleven Media, people gather around a burning mosque. There were no reported fatalities after Tuesday night’s rioting in the northeastern town, which was sparked by rumors that a Muslim man had set fire to a Buddhist woman, state television reported Wednesday. Keith Bedford/Reuters, via LandovBrooklyn, New YorkMay 26, 2013 A woman lies on a bench along the boardwalk in Coney Island. Seven months after Hurricane Sandy, New York’s beaches reopened before the Memorial Day holiday. Esteban Felix/APSan Pedro Sula Prison, HondurasMay 28, 2013 A masked member of the 18th Street gang peers from behind a window of a prison door as other gang members give a press conference. Honduras’s largest and most dangerous street gangs have declared a truce, offering the government peace in exchange for rehabilitation and jobs. A Mara Salvatrucha gang spokesman says the gang and its rival, 18th Street, will commit to zero violence and zero crime in the streets as first step show of good faith. Philippe Laurenson/Reuters, via LandovMontpellier, FranceMay 29, 2013 Vincent Autin (L) and Bruno Boileau (R) kiss on the terrace of the city hall after they were married. The two men are the first same-sex couple to marry in France under a reform that has stoked some of the ugliest protests in the country in decades. The law, backed by most French and fêted by gay and lesbians as it came into force this month, makes France the 14th country to allow same-sex marriage despite heated street protests by conservatives, Catholics, and extreme-right groups. Reuters/LandovWuhan, ChinaMay 29, 2013 Staff hold lion cubs during a media event at a zoo in Hubei province. The zoo said tourists could visit the four-month-old cubs starting on June 1, which is International Children’s Day. John Minchillo/APManhattan, New YorkMay 29, 2013 The sun sets along 42nd Street in Manhattan during an annual phenomenon known as “Manhattanhenge,” when the sun aligns perfectly with the city’s transit grid.