From the international Beauty pageants, to the festive and full of action summer season in Lebanon, POW present to you, the best photos of the week.

Participants perform during the "World Next Top Model 2014" pageant in the Lebanese capital Beirut. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Participants perform during the “World Next Top Model 2014” pageant in the Lebanese capital Beirut. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Ukranian Olga Klimenko is the winner of Miss World Next Top Model at the Casino Du Liban, Beirut, Lebanon. Participating with 48 countries, Miss World Next Top Model runs from 31 July to 24 August. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Agency)
Ukranian Olga Klimenko is the winner of Miss World Next Top Model at the Casino Du Liban, Beirut, Lebanon. Participating with 48 countries, Miss World Next Top Model runs from 31 July to 24 August. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Agency)
Farmers collect produce in the Khiyam valley at the Lebanese-Israeli border, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Farmers collect produce in the Khiyam valley at the Lebanese-Israeli border, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A gas mask is placed over a statue in Martyrs' Square during a demonstration marking a year since the chemical attack in Syria's eastern Ghouta, in downtown Beirut. (Alia Haju / REUTERS)
A gas mask is placed over a statue in Martyrs’ Square during a demonstration marking a year since the chemical attack in Syria’s eastern Ghouta, in downtown Beirut. (Alia Haju / REUTERS)
An empty picture frame is seen inside Raffic Hariri Airport in Beirut, where it was supposed to show a photo of the president. But because of a presidential vacuum, the frame was kept empty until a new head of state is elected. (Almustaqbal)
An empty picture frame is seen inside Raffic Hariri Airport in Beirut, where it was supposed to show a photo of the president. But because of a presidential vacuum, the frame is kept empty until a new head of state is elected. (Almustaqbal)
Lebanese enjoy a bit of life escaping from the summer heat and from their daily problems they face. The sea at Ramleh El-Bayda is always the best sanctuary to do it. (Ali Mohamad / Almustaqbal)
Lebanese enjoy a bit of life escaping from the summer heat and from their daily problems they face. The sea at Ramleh El-Bayda is always the best sanctuary to do it. (Ali Mohamad / Almustaqbal)
"Electricite du Liban" contract workers protest in Beirut, as energy Minister Arthur Nazarian Monday called on them to end the “riots” and “militia activities,” warning of further electricity cuts due to the labor action and a possible clash with Electricite du Liban employees. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
“Electricite du Liban” contract workers protest in Beirut, as energy Minister Arthur Nazarian called on them to end the “riots” and “militia activities,” warning of further electricity cuts due to the labor action and a possible clash with Electricite du Liban employees. (Mahmoud Kheir / The Daily Star)
Fruit crates surrounds the dead body of Elias Kfouri who was killed during a failed shop robbery in the Jal el-Dib area.
Fruit crates surrounds the dead body of Elias Kfouri who was killed during a failed shop robbery in the Jal el-Dib area.
Tunisian musician Dhafer Youssef performs on stage during a concert at the Baalbeck International Festival (BIF) in Beirut. (Glamroz)
Tunisian musician Dhafer Youssef performs on stage during a concert at the Baalbeck International Festival (BIF) in Beirut. (Glamroz)
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