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  • Pictures of Week 18

    Dover Anthony sings above the parking lot of submerged cars at the Knights Motel in East Nashville, Tenn. Weekend storms and flooding killed at least 20 people in Tennessee. John Partipilo / The Tennessean via Zuma Press
    Children play with water on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on May 2. Esteban Felix / AP
    A child cries after having his head shaved by Buddhist monks during a "Children Becoming Buddhist Monks" ceremony at a Chogye temple on May 3 in Seoul, South Korea. The children will stay at the temple to learn about Buddhism for 21 days. Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Images
    A dancer perfoms during a erotic festival in Barcelona, Spain, on May 2. Manu Fernandez / AP
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  • Pictures of Week 17

    Two brown pelicans and a flock of seagulls rested on the shore of Ship Islandin in Gulfport, Miss., on Thursday as a boom line floated offshore. Several hundred yards of boom line have been set up on the north side of the island to try to contain the oncoming oil spill. Crews are placing the boom in different areas of coastal waterways to help protect against a approaching oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. (William Colgin/Associated Press)
    In this Thursday April 29, 2010 photo, an injured cow tries to crawl out of the torn trailer of a cattle truck that tipped over on Highway 151 bypass east of Fond du Lac, Wis. (AP Photo/The Reporter, Patrick Flood)
    A Mercedes hung from the seventh-floor parking garage at the Bank of America building in Tulsa, Okla., on Thursday. The car backed through the wall after the driver’s foot got stuck on the accelerator. Debris rained down to a parking lot below, damaging several cars, but no injuries were reported. (Tom Gilbert/Tulsa World/ZUMApress.com)
    Queen Elizabeth II left Cymru Arena in Llandudno, Wales, Tuesday. The queen and duke of Edinburgh were visiting North Wales. (Chris Jackson/WPA/Getty Images)