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Walter De Gregorio, FIFA director of communications and public affairs, during a news conference at FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, throwing FIFA deeper into crisis only hours after seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a separate U.S. corruption probe.

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Workers attempt to relieve the pressure from the earthen dam at Padera Lake in Midlothian, Texas. Water was flowing over the top of the dam early Wednesday morning, following days of heavy rain.

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U2 performed the first of a series of shows at the Forum in Los Angeles with lead singer Bono greeting the audience during the opening of the show.

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Zander Reed, 12, of Ames, Iowa, reacts after misspelling his word during the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Md.

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Washtenaw County sheriff's deputies place evidence in a bag at a scene on the edge of Ford Lake off of Bridge Road in Ypsilanti Township, Mich. A wallet belonging to Tanya Jackson, who has been missing for over a year, was found near the lake.

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Spectators make their way around the courts during Day 4 of the 2015 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris.

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Queen Elizabeth II, before delivering the queen's speech to the House of Lords in the Palace of Westminster during the state opening of Parliament in London.

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A dinghy overcrowded with Afghan immigrants arrives on a beach on the Greek island of Kos, after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece.

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People stand around a crater made by a Saudi-led coalition airstrike in Sana, Yemen. In a new report Wednesday, World Health Organization Chief Margaret Chan said that Yemen's conflict has left up to 2,000 people dead and 8,000 wounded, including hundreds of women and children.

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An Indian youth stands under a fountain near India Gate amid soaring temperatures in New Delhi. More than 1,100 people have died in a blistering heat wave sweeping India.

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Iraqi fighters from the Shiite Muslim Al-Abbas popular mobilization unit battle Islamic State jihadists in an area surrounding the village of Dujail in the Salaheddin province, north of Baghdad. Iraqi forces closed in on Ramadi and launched an operation aimed at cutting off the jihadists in Anbar province before a major offensive to retake the city.

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Burundian protesters are reflected in a pool of water as they face soldiers during a demonstration against President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term in the capital Bujumbura, Burundi.

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The Week in Pictures | May 25-31, 2015

Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism.

Sports took center stage this week as FIFA, soccer’s world governing body, which was rocked by corruption charges, decided to remain with its current leader, giving President Sepp Blatter a fifth term over Jordan’s Prince Ali bin al-Hussein.

Texas: The death toll from almost a week of fierce rain that has flooded many parts of the state continued to rise on Friday as officials closely watched swelling rivers and bayous for clues on how much longer the crisis will last. Read story

New York: A custodial worker cleans the floor at dawn at the newly built One World Observatory at One World Trade Center on the day it opens to the public in New York City. The observation deck sits atop the 104-story skyscraper at the former site of the Twin Towers and is expected to become one of Manhattan’s top tourist attractions.

Bujumbura, Burundi: Burundian protesters throw rocks at police officers during an anti-government demonstration against President Pierre Nkurunziza’s bid for a third term.

Kuchinoerabu Island, Japan: Buildings and vehicles are covered with volcanic ash after Mt. Shindake erupted.

New Delhi: Indian cycle rickshaw riders sleep during the heat of the day. More than 1,100 people have died in a blistering heatwave sweeping India.

South Bay: Workers remove clumps of oil from a two-mile stretch of shoreline north of the Manhattan Beach pier, which was closed when oil clumps began washing ashore.

Los Angeles: U2 frontman Bono greets the audience as the Irish rock band performs the first of a series of shows at the Forum.

Add stops in France, England, Myanmar, Bosnia, Brazil, China and Indonesia to round out the report.

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