Pictures of the Week: May 24 – May 31

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May 25, 2013. Stephanie Salinas visits a makeshift memorial with toys and crosses at the Plaza Towers elementary school in memory of the seven children who died during the devastating tornado, in Moore, Okla.

From the first same-sex marriage in France and memorials in Moore, Okla. to an epic Hobbit battle reenactment and a dinosaur taking the field during a soccer match, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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