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The Week in Pictures: June 9 - 16
A bipartisan baseball prayer, a deadly inferno in London, a celebration on ice in Nashville and more of the week's best pictures.
People hold their hands above their heads as they are evacuated by police in the area of a UPS facility after a shooting in San Francisco on June 14.
A UPS driver killed three people and wounded two others before turning his weapon on himself as police approached.
Police maintain a security cordon as a huge fire engulfs the Grenfell Tower early on June 14 in west London. Authorities said Friday that least 30 people were killed in the fire and have warned that the death toll was likely to rise.
A U.S. Army carry team moves the transfer case containing the remains of U.S. Army Cpl. Dillion C. Baldridge at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on June 12.
Cpl. Baldridge, of Youngsville, North Carolina, was one of three U.S. soldiers killed when an Afghan soldier opened fire in Afghanistan's Nangarhar Province in an apparent insider attack.
President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Barron Trump arrive at the White House after disembarking from Marine One on June 11. Melania and Barron have moved into the White House, 4 1/2 months after the president was sworn into office, the first lady's spokeswoman said Sunday.
Visitors check out the waterfall known as Gooafoss on June 1 near Lake Myvatn, Iceland. Iceland's tourism industry continues to thrive. Just eight years ago, Iceland welcomed approximately 464,000 tourists and by last year nearly 1.7 million people visited the nation.
Photo released on June 12.
Russian police officers carry away a protester at an opposition rally in Moscow on June 12. Thousands of Russians protested against corruption, part of opposition leader Alexei Navalny's long-shot drive to unseat President Vladimir Putin at the ballot box next year.
Angel Ayala, left, and Carla Montanez mourn a friend killed in the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub as people gathered outside the club on June 12, the one-year anniversary of the attack in Orlando, Florida. Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 before being killed himself by police in a shootout at the club.
Members of the Republican and Democratic congressional baseball teams gather for a bipartisan prayer before the start of their annual game at Nationals Park on June 15 in Washington.
House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise is in critical condition following a shooting a day earlier during a practice for the Republican team.