LensWeek in Photos: June 21, 2014The Daily Beast06.21.14LensWeek in Photos: June 21, 2014From World Cup celebrations in Brasilia to Amazon’s new phone rollout and Mosul refugees in Iraq, see the most striking photos of the week.The Daily Beast06.21.14 9:45 AM ETValentyn Ogirenko/ReutersKiev, UkraineJune 19, 2014 An environmental activist takes part in a rallyoutside the parliament building demanding deputies of parliament to pass laws protecting the environment. ReutersArbil, IraqJune 14, 2014 An Iraqi security forces member takes position with his weapon as refugees who fled the violence in Mosul arrive in their vehicles at a camp for internally displaced people in Iraq’s Kurdistan region. The insurgent offensive that has threatened to dismember Iraq spread to the northwest of the country on Sunday, when Sunni militants launched a dawn raid on a town close to the Syrian border, clashing with police and government forces. Islamic State in Iraq and the Sham fighters and other Sunni Muslim armed groups have stormed several towns on the road to Baghdad after seizing the city of Mosul nearly a week ago. Ulet Ifansasti/GettySurabaya, IndonesiaJune 20, 2014 Indonesian sex workers sit lined up behind a glass inside a brothel that is still in operation after being shut down by the new mayor. Despite protests by some local residents and sex workers, Tri Rismaharini closed the Dolly red-light district and neighboring Jarak red-light district in Indonesia’s second-largest city on Wednesday. Many in the community support the end of the sex trade in Dolly’s streets, with some Islamic groups reportedly threatening violence should the brothels not remain closed. David Ryder/GettySeattle, WashingtonJune 18, 2014 Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos presents the company’s first smartphone, the Fire Phone. The much-anticipated device is available for pre-order now and is available exclusively with AT&T service. Aly Song/ReutersShanghai, ChinaJune 18, 2014 Children play on a Transformers replica on the outskirts of the city. Li Lei, owner of a small factory, uses his spare time and money to build the replicas for rent or sale. The new Transformers movie, which is premiering later this month, has brought the factory many new orders, according to Li. Stuart Franklin/GettyBrasilia, BrazilJune 19, 2014 James Rodriguez of Colombia celebrates scoring his team’s first goal with his teammate Faryd Mondragon during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group C match between Colombia and Cote D’Ivoire at Estadio Nacional. Colombia won the match 2-1. China Daily/ReutersAba, ChinaJune 18, 2014 Tibetans throw prayer papers on horseback as they gather for a traditional prayer festival called Wei Sang, in Hongyuan county. The festival is usually held every May or June, when Tibetans burn tree branches to create smoke and throw prayer papers to wish for good fortune and a better pasture season. Win McNamee/GettyWashington, D.C.June 19, 2014 Retired Marine Cpl. William “Kyle” Carpenter receives the Medal of Honor from President Obama during a Medal of Honor ceremony in the East Room of the White House. Carpenter received the medal for taking the blast from a grenade to protect fellow Marines and sustained major wounds. Carpenter is the eighth living recipient chosen for the high honor. Yawar Nazir/GettySrinagar, IndiaJune 17, 2014 Kashmiri body builders strike a pose during the Mr. Kashmir Body Building Competition, organized by the Jammu and Kashmir Bodybuilding Association, in the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir. The region’s top bodybuilders competed in the championship in the strife-torn valley, where indoor sports have received a boost in the recent years. Bodybuilding has evolved as a popular sport in Kashmir, with hundreds of gyms flourishing in the region. Dinuka Liyanawatte/ReutersAluthgama, Sri LankaJune 16, 2014 Muslim boys stand next to a burned house after clashes between Buddhists and Muslims. At least three Muslims were killed and 75 people seriously injured in violence between Buddhists and Muslims in southern Sri Lankan coastal towns best known as tourist draws, with Muslim homes set ablaze, officials and residents said on Monday. Brendan McDermid/ReutersNew York, New YorkJune 16, 2014 Demonstrators with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals stand outside the Manhattan Criminal Court. PETA demonstrators used a stuffed horse during their protest against Central Park carriage driver Saverio Colarusso, who was scheduled to appear in court on animal cruelty charges, for working a horse that was visibly injured. Athit Perawongmetha/ReutersAranyaprathet, ThailandJune 15, 2014 A Cambodian worker looks on as she waits to cross the Thai-Cambodia border. The International Organization for Migration estimates that over the past week 100,000 Cambodians have poured over the border, as the military that seized power in a May 22 coup intensified lax measures to regulate illegal labor. The military’s ruling National Council for Peace and Order insists Cambodians are leaving of their own accord and said 60,000 had crossed the border as of Saturday. China Daily/ReutersRong’an County, ChinaJune 16, 2014 Swimmers jump into a river to seek relief from the hot weather in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The temperature in Rong’an county reached 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit), local media reported.