From the weirdest photos you have ever seen, to the ones you are seeing it for the first time, welcome to a new edition of POW with the most amazing photos of this week.

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Chinese women holding toy guns dance to a revolutionary song as part of their daily exercise at a square outside a shopping mall in Beijing. (Jason Lee / Reuters)
Kosovar Bosnian woman Arleta Sahiti poses after her face was painted by a woman during a presentation of the traditional wedding ceremony of Bosnian women from Zhupa region at the Ethnological Museum in Pristina. (Armend Nimani / AFP – Getty Images)
Revelers pack the town hall square during the launch of the ‘Chupinazo’ rocket, to celebrate the official opening of the 2014 San Fermin fiestas, in Pamplona, Spain. Revelers from around the world kick off the festival with a messy party in the Pamplona town square, one day before the first of eight days of the running of the bulls glorified by Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 novel “The Sun Also Rises.” (Daniel Ochoa de Olza / AP)
Lightning strikes in the sky over the East River as a storm passes through New York City. Tropical Storm Arthur, the first of the Atlantic hurricane season, reached hurricane strength on Thursday. (Timothy A. Clary / AFP – Getty Images)
The eye of Hurricane Arthur is seen over the Atlantic in this photo taken from the International Space Station. (Alexander Gerst / NASA)
A Palestinian stone-thrower takes cover behind a street pole during clashes with Israeli police in Shuafat, an Arab suburb of Jerusalem. (Ammar Awad / Reuters)
Smoke and debris go up in the air as Shiite’s Al-Qubba Husseiniya mosque explodes in Mosul, Iraq. Images posted online show that Islamic extremists have destroyed at least 10 ancient shrines and Shiite mosques in territory – the city of Mosul and the town of Tal Afar – they have seized in northern Iraq in recent weeks. (AP)
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) observing a tactical rocket launch by the Korean People’s Army Strategic Force at an undisclosed place in North Korea. (KNS/AFP/Getty Images)
A man arranges strands of vermicelli, which are kept for drying at a factory in the northern Indian city of Allahabad. Vermicelli is a specialty that is eaten during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. (Jitendra Prakash / Reuters)
A cormorant master prepares his sea cormorants for the night’s traditional fishing “Ukai” in Gifu, Japan. (Chris McGrath / Getty Images)
An Indian Muslim father holds the hands of his daughter in his palms and prays before breaking fast on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan at the Jama Mosque in New Delhi, India. During this month the world’s estimated 1.6 billion Muslims will abstain from food, drink and other pleasures from sunrise to sunset. (Manish Swarup / AP)
The pack climbs Cray pass during the first stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 190.5 kilometers (118.4 miles) with start in Leeds and finish in Harrogate, England. (Laurent Cipriani / AP)
John David Dowdle holds his 23-month-old Blakely Dowdle as she laughs while being sprayed with water by the Germantown Fire Department during the Poplar Estates Fourth of July parade in Germantown, Tennessee. (The Commercial Appeal, Yalonda M. James / AP)
Exhausted U.S. players lie on the ground as Belgium’s Axel Witsel (6) celebrates at the end of the extra time during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Belgium and the USA at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil. Belgium held on to beat US 2-1 in extra time. (Felipe Dana / AP)
Lionel Messi of Argentina controls the ball against Josip Drmic (L), Fabian Schar (2nd L), Stephan Lichtsteiner (2nd R) and Ricardo Rodriguez of Switzerland during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Round of 16 match between Argentina and Switzerland at Arena de Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Matthias Hangst / Getty Images)

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