Pictures of the Week: May 25–June 1

Hussein Malla—AP
Hussein Malla—AP
May 30, 2012. A Syrian woman cries as she carries her injured son, who was shot in his hand by the Syrian border guard when they were crossing a river from Syria to Lebanon, at the northern Lebanese-Syrian border town of Wadi Khaled, in Akkar, Lebanon.

From Memorial Day observances in the U.S. and an exchange of bodies in the West Bank to the massacre in Syria and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in England, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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