Today in Pictures: June 15
A Stanley Cup parade, a flotilla on the Thames and more of Wednesday's best pictures.
Law enforcement officials block off the road near the Pulse gay nightclub on June 5 as they continue the investigation into the shootings by Omar Mateen that left 49 people dead.
Orange County Sheriff's officers search the Seven Seas Lagoon between Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom theme park, left, and the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., after a two-year-old toddler was dragged into the lake by an alligator. Authorities found a body believed to be that of the toddler.
Oscar Pistorius' prosthetics lay on the floor as he walks on his stumps during his sentencing hearing in Pretoria, South Africa, for murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The dramatic demonstration of his disability came as his lawyer asked the judge for leniency for the double-amputee athlete, who is facing a 15-year jail sentence.
Switzerland's national flag fies as a man takes a selfie on a visitor platform beside the Rhine Falls, the largest falls in Europe, in the town of Neuhausen, Switzerland.
Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby waves to the crowd while holding onto the Stanley Cup while riding along the victory parade route in Pittsburgh. The Penguins defeated the San Jose Sharks on Sunday to win the NHL hockey championship.
Boats from the "Fishing for Leave" campaign group and boats from the "In" campaign float along the Thames River in London. The country's looming June 23 vote on whether to leave the European Union -- dubbed a "Brexit" -- has seen both sides of the debate ramp up their rhetoric and campaigning. On Wednesday, both sides took to the famed Thames.
A Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) cub is weighed during a routine medical check in Veszprem Zoo in Hungary. The cub is one of two that were born on zoo premises two weeks earlier.
An Israeli army soldier aims his laser sight at camera during a night raid in Yatta, south of Hebron in the West Bank. The Israeli army carried out night raids all over the West Bank, searching houses and making arrests as part of a military campaign following an attack in Tel Aviv on June 8 that left four dead.
A worker cleans the floor of British artist Wolfgang Buttress' aluminum installation, "The Hive," in London's Kew Royal Botanic Gardens. The installation is fitted with LED lights and a unique sound accompaniment that respond to the real-time activity of bees in a beehive behind the scenes. The sound and light intensities change as the energy levels in the real beehive surge, giving visitors an insight into life inside a bee colony.