LensWeek in Photos: June 15, 2013The Daily Beast06.15.13LensWeek in Photos: June 15, 2013From Iranians casting their ballots in their country’s presidential election to the first round of golf’s U.S. Open and tear gas in Istanbul, see the week’s most striking images.The Daily Beast06.15.13 8:45 AM ETBiswaranjan Rout/APBhubaneswar, IndiaJune 13, 2013 An Indian buffalo herder holding a traditional handmade umbrella stands in a field to keep watch over his buffaloes as monsoon clouds hover above. Monsoon rains, which lash India from June to September, are considered crucial for farmers, whose crops feed millions of people. Vadim Ghirda/APIstanbul, TurkeyJune 12, 2013 Protesters rest in a tent in Gezi Park. Riot police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets in day-long clashes that lasted into the early hours Wednesday, battling protesters who have been occupying Istanbul’s central Taksim Square and its adjacent Gezi Park in the country’s most severe anti-government protests in decades. Brennan Linsley/APBlack Forest, ColoradoJune 12, 2013 Colorado Springs resident Yolette Baca takes a photo of the wildfire. The number of houses destroyed by the Black Forest fire inched close to 100 and authorities fear it’s possible that some people who stayed behind might have died. Fernando Vergara/APBarranquilla, ColombiaJune 11, 2013 Colombia’s Teofilo Gutierrez, center, celebrates with teammates after scoring against Peru during a 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match. Charlie Riedel/APArdmore, PennsylvaniaJune 12, 2013 A pair of spectators views a course map near the 14th hole during practice for the U.S. Open golf tournament at Merion Golf Club. Aijaz Rahi/APBangalore, IndiaJune 14, 2013 An employee at Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, a state-run telecom company, feeds messages into a computer to be sent as telegrams, at a telegraph center. BSNL has decided to discontinue the 160-year-old telegram service starting Saturday. Once a source of quick and urgent communication, the dated technology is being retired to make way for newer and faster means of communication. Altaf Qadri/APNew Delhi, IndiaJune 12, 2013 An Indian boy, selling jackfruit, sits on a hand cart waiting for customers. The International Labor Organization observes June 12 as the World Day Against Child Labor to highlight the plight of child laborers. Czarek Sokolowski/APWarsaw, PolandJune 9, 2013 A cyclist rides through a flooded street. Several underground stations were closed as a result of the downpour. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/GettyTehran, IranJune 10, 2013 An Iranian supporter of first vice president and reformist presidential candidate Mohammad Reza Aref checks her mobile phone after a campaign rally. Aref, 61, withdrew from the race this week to boost centrist Hasan Rowhani. The election was held June 14. Charlie Riedel/APArdmore, PennsylvaniaJune 13, 2013 Hiroyuki Fujita, of Japan, lines up a shot on the ninth hole during the first round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Merion Golf Club. Ebrahim Noroozi/APQom, IranJune 14, 2013 Iranian men cast their ballots during presidential elections at a polling station 78 miles south of the capital, Tehran. Vadim Ghirda/APIstanbul, TurkeyJune 14, 2013 Turkish riot police officers arrive on a bus in Taksim Square. A meeting between Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and representatives of anti-government protesters ended early Friday without a clear resolution on how to end the occupation of a central Istanbul park that has become a flashpoint for the largest political crisis of his 10-year rule. Evan Agostini/Invision/APNew York, New YorkJune 9, 2013 Actor Neil Patrick Harris, left, and Mike Tyson perform on stage at the 67th Annual Tony Awards. Charles Dharapak/APWashington, D.C.June 13, 2013 Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) rides in an elevator with reporters and staff members after he spoke at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Road to Majority Conference. Designed to strengthen the evangelical influence in national politics, the conference gives many religious conservative activists their first look at potential 2016 presidential candidates. Hasan Jamali/APJidhafs, BahrainJune 13, 2013 Riot police look for Bahraini anti-government protesters near a row of burning tires on a street just outside the capital, Manama. Residents of opposition stronghold villages often block roads with burning tires as a form of protest. Kostas Tsironis/APIstanbul, TurkeyJune 11, 2013 A riot policeman launches a tear gas canister during clashes in Taksim Square. Hundreds of police in riot gear forced through barricades, pushing many of the protesters who had occupied the square for more than a week into a nearby park. Lynne Sladky/APMiami, FloridaJune 11, 2013 Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Logan Schafer (22) and center fielder Carlos Gomez (27) can’t reach a game-winning two-run home-run ball hit by Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton in the eighth inning. The Marlins defeated the Brewers 5-4. Heng Sinith/APPring Ka-ek, CambodiaJune 13, 2013 Local villagers fall from a cart pulled by oxen as they take part in a ceremony to exorcize evil spirits and pray for rain during the rice-planting season. Steve Ruark/APDover Air Force Base, DelawareJune 12, 2013 An Army carry team moves a transfer case containing the remains of Maj. Jaimie E. Leonard. According to the Department of Defense, Leonard, 39, of Warrick, N.Y., died June 8 in Sharana, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained from small arms fire in Zarghun Shahr, Afghanistan. Charles Rex Arbogast/APChicago, IllinoisJune 10, 2013 Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista leaves the field after a fog delay is called by the umpire crew during the third inning of a baseball game between the Chicago White Sox and the Blue Jays.