Some devastating incidents happened this week around the world, from the explosion in Russia, to the big fire in Colorado in the united states of America to the water flood in different countries of Europe.

Beside this also, we have found some neat photos for examples those facial expressions from Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin, and the stampede for wanting to have a glimpse of David Beckham along with several other beautiful photos.

A traffic jam forms on a highway blocked because of a fire at a military depot near Chapaevsk in the Samara region of southern Russia. Exploding shells set off a fire that triggered explosions at a military depot in southern Russia, injuring about 30 people and causing the evacuation of more than 6,000 from a nearby village, investigators and emergency workers said. (Anatoly Bazhukov / AP)
Blackened areas show the indiscriminate path of a fire that destroyed some homes and left others untouched in one neighborhood in the densely wooded Black Forest area northeast of Colorado Springs, Colorado More than 350 homes were lost in what is now the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, surpassing last year’s Waldo Canyon fire, which burned 347 homes, killed two people and led to $353 million in insurance claims. (John Wark / AP)
A protester is drenched with pepper spray by a military police officer as rallies again a bus fare hike and police violence continued in Brazil, raising questions about the country’s ability to provide security during big events like the current Confederations Cup soccer tournament and a visit by Pope Francis next month. (VICTOR R. CAIVANO / AP)
A member of the Free Syrian Army sits with his weapon inside a house in Aleppo’s al-Sayyid Ali neighborhood. (Muzaffar Salman / Reuters)
President Barack Obama meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G8 Summit at Lough Erne in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. (Kevin Lamarque / Reuters)
A Balinese girl performs a traditional dance during the 35th Bali Art Festival in Denpasar on Indonesia’s resort island of Bali. (SONNY TUMBELAKA / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
A backhoe loader methodically destroys elephant tusks that had been seized from illegal shipments since 2009 and kept in storage at the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau-Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. (DENNIS M. SABANGAN / EPA)
An appearance by David Beckham turned calamitous after fans stormed through a gate and a police line to catch a glimpse of the soccer superstar. At least seven people were injured in the stampede in Shanghai . (PETER PARKS / AFP)
Palestinian youths march during a military-style exercise run by Hamas during a scouting summer camp in Rafah, Gaza Strip. (ADEL HANA / AP)
The Philippines has a trash problem, as seen at this dump site. In an attempt to fix the problem — which exacerbates flooding — Manila has now banned disposable plastic shopping bags and foam food containers. (NOEL CELIS / AFP)
A protester with “Yes we scan” written on her forehead makes a point about U.S. monitoring of telephone and Internet activity – Prism project. (RONNY HARTMANN / AFP/GETTY IMAGES).
Demonstrators face the Ataturk Cultural Center during a silent protest at Taksim Square,Istanbul . (BURAK KARA / GETTY IMAGES)
A man kayaks past a partly submerged bus after flooding sparked by torrential monsoon rain submerged much of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. (AP)
The flooded Lanne River eats away a road in Villelongue, France, a day after unseasonal storms caused havoc across huge swaths of the country. (Laurent Dard / AFP – Getty Images)
Boy jumps into a water canal to cool himself in the eastern city of Lahore, Pakistan. (Matt Brown-REUTERS/Mohsin Raza)
One of the world’s oddest festivals took place earlier this month in the village of Castrillo de Murcia, northern Spain – the infamous El Colacho baby-jumping festival. (Maureen O’Hare-AP Photo/Israel L. Murillo)

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