LensWeek in Photos: May 31, 2014The Daily Beast05.31.14LensWeek in Photos: May 31, 2014From anti-coup protesters in Bangkok to West Point cadets graduating and Ukrainian voters at the ballot box, a look at the most striking photos of the last seven days.The Daily Beast05.31.14 9:45 AM ETKhalil Ashawi/ReutersIdlib, SyriaMay 29, 2014 A Free Syrian Army fighter looks out of a building with binoculars as he stands with fellow fighters in the countryside. Mohammad Tahir/ReutersLahore, PakistanMay 27, 2014 Police collect evidence near the body of Farzana Iqbal, who was killed by family members, at the site near the Lahore High Court building. Iqbal, 25, was stoned to death by her family outside one of Pakistan’s top courts on Tuesday in a so-called honor killing for marrying the man she loved, police said. Iqbal was waiting for the High Court to open when a group of about dozen men began attacking her with bricks, said Umer Cheema, a senior police officer. Paula Bronstein/GettyBangkok, ThailandMay 24, 2014 Thai protesters fight with police and military trying to arrest them during an anti-coup protest on the second day of Thailand’s military coup. Thailand has seen many months of political unrest and violence, which has claimed at least 28 lives. The country is now experiencing its 12th coup, with seven attempted previous coups. Damir Sagolj/ReutersBangkok, ThailandMay 28, 2014 Soldiers protect themselves with shields as objects are thrown at them during a confrontation with anti-coup protesters at the Victory Monument. There have been daily protests in Bangkok against the coup, and on Wednesday about 200 people confronted troops and police. Protesters jeered, threw plastic water bottles, and spray-painted “Get Out” and “No Coup” over an army Humvee. Konstantin Chernichkin/ReutersKodra, UkraineMay 25, 2014 A child looks out as voters fill out ballot papers in booths during voting in a presidential election at a polling station in the northern village. Ukrainians voted on Sunday for a leader they hope will save their country from bankruptcy, dismemberment, and civil war, but eastern cities were turned into ghost towns where armed separatist fighters kept polling stations shut. Kevin Wolf/APArlington, VirginiaMay 29, 2014 The firing party stands at attention during burial services for Army Pfc. James Holmes of Warren, Ohio, missing from the Korean War, at Arlington National Cemetery. Earlier this month, the Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing from the Korean War, had been identified as Holmes and returned to his family for burial with full military honors. Heng SinithPhnom Penh, CambodiaMay 30, 2014 Anti-government protesters who had been in prison since being arrested after a protest in January wave from a van at their relatives as they leave Phnom Penh Municipality Court. The court has convicted almost two dozen factory workers and rights activists of instigating violence during protests that rocked the government earlier this year. But in a surprise move, the court on Friday gave the 23 defendants suspended sentences of one to 4 1/2 years in prison and granted them freedom. Susan Walsh/APWashington, District of ColumbiaMay 30, 2014 President Obama pauses while making a statement in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House following his meeting with Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki. The president said Shinseki is resigning amid widespread troubles with veterans’ health care. Spencer Platt/GettyWest Point, New YorkMay 28, 2014 Cadets throw their hats in the air at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. President Obama gave the commencement address at the graduation ceremony. In a highly anticipated speech on foreign policy, Obama provided details of his plans for winding down America’s military commitment in Afghanistan and on future military threats to the United States. More than 1,000 cadets were expected to graduate from the class of 2014 and will be commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army. Matthew Stockman/GettyParis, FranceMay 25, 2014 Venus Williams of the United States serves during her women’s singles match against Belinda Bencic of Switzerland on Day 1 of the French Open at Roland Garros. Winslow Townson/APBoston, MassachusettsMay 29, 2014 The Boston Red Sox’s Jackie Bradley Jr. dives home with the game-winning run on an infield single by teammate Xander Bogaerts as catcher Evan Gattis, left, looks on during the ninth inning of their 4-3 win at Fenway Park. Alex Wong/GettyNational Harbor, MarylandMay 28, 2014 Speller Jennifer Tenant of Hollywood, Maryland, reacts as she participates during Round 2 of the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee competition. More than 250 spellers from the U.S. and seven other countries gathered to compete for the top honor in the annual spelling contest.