Buzz·Posted on Jun 5, 201522 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This WeekHere are the most impactful, sorrowful, and beautiful pictures from the past week. Enjoy the weekend!by Gabriel H. SanchezBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Annie Leibovitz / Vanity Fair Annie Leibovitz photographs Caitlyn Jenner for the July cover of Vanity Fair. Ognen Teofilovski / Reuters A girl puts on lipstick and kisses the shield of the police in front of the Macedonian government building in Skopje, Macedonia. Several thousand people protested in front of the building demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, who was accused by the top opposition leader of trying to cover up the death of a 22-year-old who was beaten by a police member in 2011. Dan Kitwood / Getty Images Lightning strikes over the Greek Island of Pserimos in Kos, Greece. Migrants are continuing to arrive on the Greek Island of Kos from Turkey who's shoreline lies approximately 5 Km away. Around 30,000 migrants have entered Greece so far in 2015, with the country calling for more help from its European Union counterparts. Narinder Nanu / AFP / Getty Images Indian schoolchildren dressed as trees take part in an event to highlight environmental issues on the eve of World Environment Day in Amritsar on June 4, 2015. Daniel Ochoa De Olza / AP Spanish bullfighter Daniel Luque is tossed by a Juan Pedro Domeq's ranch fighting bull during a bullfight of the San Isidro fair Madrid, Spain. San Isidro's bullfighting fair is one of the most important in the world. Bullfighting is an ancient tradition in Spain. Sascha Schuermann / Getty Images Wild horses charge into the central arena during the annual wild stallion capture at the Merfelder Bruch nature reserve near Duelmen, Germany. The reserve encompasses 400 acres of forest and meadows that are home to approximately 400 wild horses, who have been native to the region since the 14th century. The captured stallions are auctioned off and the capture is meant to prevent infighting within the herd. Anthony Kwan / Getty Images Participants hold candles and signs at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Hong Kong residents held a candlelight vigil as it marks the 26th anniversary of the 1989 student-led Tiananmen Square protest. Spencer Platt / Getty Images People view the sunrise at the newly built One World Observatory at One World Trade Center on the day it opens to the public on May 29, 2015 in New York City. The observation deck sits atop the 104-story skyscraper at the former site of the Twin Towers and is expected to become one of Manhattan's top tourist attractions. Thomas Peter / Reuters An amateur sumo wrestler holds a baby during a baby crying contest at Sensoji temple in Tokyo. In the contest two wrestlers each hold a baby while a referee makes faces and loud noises to make them cry. The baby who cries the loudest wins. The ritual is believed to aid the healthy growth of the children and ward off evil spirits. Soe Zeya Tun / Reuters Migrants, who were found at sea on a boat, collect rainwater during a heavy rain fall at a temporary refuge camp near Kanyin Chaung jetty, outside Maungdaw township, northern Rakhine state, Myanmar. Myanmar on Wednesday landed the boat with 727 migrants on board in the country's western Rakhine state, after keeping the vessel at sea for days, a Reuters witness said. The migrants were found drifting in the Andaman Sea on Friday in an overloaded fishing boat that was taking on water. Borja Suarez / Reuters A volunteer collects fuel oil from rocks at the "Muelle Viejo" beach in Gran Canaria in Spain's Canary Islands. The Russian ship Oleg Naydenov, carrying 1,409 tons of fuel oil, caught fire in Las Palmas port and authorities towed it out to sea where it sank offshore last April 14, 2015 around 15 nautical miles south of Gran Canaria. The Development Ministry said on Thursday that they are still taking protectively measures to avoid slicks spotted off beaches in the area. Michael Sohn / AP Dortmund supporters light flares during the German soccer cup final match between Borussia Dortmund and VfL Wolfsburg in Berlin, Germany. Mike Blake / Reuters Fellow marines pay their respects to members of the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, who were killed in the crash of their military helicopter while coming to the aid of earthquake victims in Nepal, during a memorial service at Camp Pendleton, California. Stringer / Reuters A man holds a baby that survived what activists said was a site hit by a barrel bomb dropped by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the old city of Aleppo. Pawel Kopczynski / Reuters Interpol said on Wednesday it has issued international wanted-person alerts for two former FIFA officials including Jack Warner and four corporate executives at the request of U.S. authorities as part of a corruption probe. These men are among soccer officials and sports media and promotion executives hit with U.S. graft charges involving more than $150 million in bribes. Alessandro Di Meo / AP Sally Pearson shouts in pain after hitting an obstacle during the women's 100 hurdles event, at the Golden Gala IAAF athletic meeting, in Rome's Olympic stadium. She was carried off on a stretcher after getting attention to her left wrist area. Mike Carlson / Getty Images Kris Versteeg #23 of the Chicago Blackhawks crashes into the net against Ben Bishop #30 of the Tampa Bay Lightning during Game One of the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. Jim Cowsert / AP Texas Rangers' Joey Gallo is doused by Elvis Andrus following the Rangers' 15-2 win over the Chicago White Sox in Arlington, Texas. Aman Rochman / AFP / Getty Images A monk cleans a huge reclining Buddha statue at a Buddhist temple in Malang in eastern Java island on the eve of Buddha's birthday celebrated in Indonesia. Hundreds of Buddhist devotees congregate at the ancient temple of Borobudur for a religious celebration in central Java island. Quinn Rooney / Getty Images Emma Chan of NSW competes during the Australian Gymnastic Championships Rhythmic Final in Melbourne, Australia. Murad Sezer / Reuters Haydar Ozay puts finishing touches on his artwork in Istanbul, Turkey. A Turkish artist on Saturday unveiled a two-story-high mural featuring those killed in protests two years ago over an Istanbul park that spiraled into nationwide demonstrations against the leadership of Tayyip Erdogan. Farshad Usyan / AFP / Getty Images An Afghan boy eats ice cream as he attends a religious ceremony at the Karte Sakhi Shrine in Kabul on June 2, 2015.