The Daily Edit: 6.01.2014

  • A woman watches debutantes dancing with their partners during the XII Viennese Ball in the Gostinyi Dvor (Merchant Yard) in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 31, 2014. The Viennese Ball has been held in Moscow since 2003. Every year it starts with an opening dance ceremony by over 100 debutantes. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) Pavel Golovkin / AP

  • A debutante and her partnter prepare to dance during the XII Viennese Ball in the Gostinyi Dvor (Merchant Yard) in Moscow, Russia, late Saturday, May 31, 2014. The Viennese Ball has been held in Moscow since 2003 and starts every year with an opening dance ceremony by over 100 debutantes. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) Pavel Golovkin / AP

  • Couples dance during the XII Viennese Ball in the Gostinyi Dvor (Merchant Yard) in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 31, 2014. The Viennese Ball has been held in Moscow since 2003. Every year it starts with an opening dance ceremony by over 100 debutantes. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) Pavel Golovkin / AP

  • Couples dance during the XII Viennese Ball in the Gostinyi Dvor (Merchant Yard) in Moscow, Russia, late Saturday, May 31, 2014. The Viennese Ball has been held in Moscow since 2003 and starts every year with an opening dance ceremony by over 100 debutantes. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) Pavel Golovkin / AP

  • DeWan Barnes, 9, hula hoops with his neck during an "old style field day" at P.B. Young Elementary School on Saturday, May 31, 2014 in Norfolk, Va. The Young Leaders Society and The United Way hosted the festival to celebrate the end of Standards of Learning testing. (AP Photo/The Virginian-Pilot, Jay Westcott) MAGS OUT Jay Westcott / AP

  • Jackson Nacey, 15, tries to "double dutch" while Taraniqueka Harrell, of Norfolk, twirls jump ropes during an "old style field day" at P.B. Young Elementary School on Saturday, May 31, 2014 in Norfolk, Va. The Young Leaders Society and The United Way hosted the festival to celebrate the end of Standards of Learning testing. (AP Photo/The Virginian-Pilot, Jay Westcott) MAGS OUT Jay Westcott / AP

  • Young Syrian refugees attend class at a public school in the Lebanese village of Zahle in the Bekaa valley on May 30, 2014. Lebanon said on May 31 that Syrians who visit their country will no longer be considered refugees, and that the decision will be applied starting June 1, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMROANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images ANWAR AMRO / AFP/Getty Images

  • A Bahraini boy plays football in the village of Barbar, west of the capital Manama, on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKHMOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH/AFP/Getty Images MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH / AFP/Getty Images

  • Pope Francis blesses a baby during an audience in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican, Saturday, May 31, 2014. The pontiff met with children from poor neighborhoods in Naples and Rome at risk of leaving school. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca) Riccardo De Luca / AP

  • University of Delaware graduate wears a personalized cap during the commencement ceremony in Newark, Del., Saturday, May 31, 2014. Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the commencement of his alma mater. (AP Photo/Emily Varisco) Emily Varisco / AP

  • Rachel Malone, 17, ties balloons along Main Street in Hailey, Idaho on Saturday, May 31, 2014 after the announcement that U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been released from captivity. Bergdahl, 28, had been held prisoner by the Taliban since June 30, 2009. He was handed over to U.S. special forces by the Taliban in exchange for the release of five Afghan detainees held by the United States. (AP Photo/The Times-News, Drew Nash) Drew Nash / AP

  • Colombia's Nairo Quintana wears the pink jersey of the overall leader as he climbs the Monte Zoncolan during the 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia, Tour of Italy cycling race, from Maniago to Monte Zoncolan, Italy, Saturday, May 31, 2014. Nairo Quintana virtually clinched the Giro d'Italia title Saturday with a strong ride up the demanding Monte Zoncolan, while Michael Rogers benefited from a fan interruption to post his second stage victory of the race. (AP Photo/Roberto Bettini, Pool) Roberto Bettini / AP

  • Members of the "Bonnets Rouges" movement take part in a demonstration for the reunification of the Loire-Atlantique and Brittany regions on May 31, 2014 in Nantes, western France. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARDJEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD/AFP/Getty Images JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD / AFP/Getty Images

  • Jamie Payne works on what she calls upcycling as she paints an old suitcase at the Downtown Henderson Partnership's Artisan Market in Audubon Mill Park, Henderson, Ky., Saturday, May 31, 2014. (AP Photo/The Gleaner, Darrin Phegley) Darrin Phegley / AP

  • Participants of the Color Run throw powder at each other in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on May 31, 2014. The event mixes sport and entertainment to celebrate healthiness, happiness, individuality, and giving back to the community. AFP PHOTO / ANP / ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN -- The Netherlands outROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/AFP/Getty Images ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN / AFP/Getty Images

  • Brenna Cleavenger gets squirted with colored corn starch as she runs through a color station while on the RiverBend Academy's Art on the Ohio 5k color run in Henderson, Ky., Saturday, May 31, 2014.(AP Photo/The Gleaner, Darrin Phegley) Darrin Phegley / AP

  • More than a thousand of history enthusiasts take part in a reenactment of the Battle of Montmirail, northeastern France, on May 31, 2014, as they commemorate the bicentenary of Napoleon's victory over the Russians and Prussians, part of the Six Days Campaign of the Napoleonic Wars. AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS NASCIMBENIFRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/Getty Images FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI / AFP/Getty Images

  • Cypriot women pose under a sign reading "Just Married" as they take part in the first ever Gay Pride parade in Nicosia on May 31, 2014. Cyprus first-ever Gay Pride parade took place in Nicosia, 16 years after homosexuality was decriminalised in the country. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZPATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images PATRICK BAZ / AFP/Getty Images

  • People hold rainbow flags, commonly gay pride flag, as they take part in the first ever Gay Pride parade in Cyprus' capital Nicosia on May 31, 2014. Cyprus first-ever Gay Pride parade took place in Nicosia, 16 years after homosexuality was decriminalised in the country. AFP PHOTO / HASAN MROUEHASAN MROUE/AFP/Getty Images HASAN MROUE / AFP/Getty Images

  • A participants takes part in a first gay pride parade in downtown Nicosia, Cyprus, Saturday, May 31, 2014. Cyprus decriminalized homosexuality 12 years ago, but activists say the country still lags behind in providing equal rights to homosexuals regarding civil partnerships. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias) Petros Karadjias / AP

  • Plainclothes police officers restrain a Cypriot man after he attacked demonstrators taking part in the first ever Gay Pride parade in Nicosia on May 31, 2014. Cyprus first-ever Gay Pride parade took place in Nicosia, 16 years after homosexuality was decriminalised in the country. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZPATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images PATRICK BAZ / AFP/Getty Images

  • Mississippi State and San Diego State both pause for the national anthem before an NCAA college baseball tournament regional game in Lafayette, La., Friday, May 30, 2014. Mississippi State won 5-2. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman) Jonathan Bachman / AP

  • A man waves a Brittany flag while taking part in a demonstration for the reunification of the Loire-Atlantique and Brittany regions on May 31, 2014 in Nantes, western France. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARDJEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD/AFP/Getty Images JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD / AFP/Getty Images

  • From left, Elliana Sylvia, 10, Dori Ballard, 9, Addie Hudson, 9 and Carolina Henderson, participate in the Run to Rescue 5k on Saturday, May 31, 2014, in Kinston, N.C. (AP Photo/Daily Free Press, Zach Frailey) Zach Frailey / AP

  • Egyptian holiday makers enjoy the sunset, as a street cotton candy vendor looks for clients on beach of Alexandria, Egypt, Saturday, May 31, 2014. Egypt's economy has been hit hard by the instability that has followed the 2011 uprising that forced longtime autocratic ruler Hosni Mubarak from power. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil) Amr Nabil / AP

  • Veterans and their families gather around during the Onslow Vietnam Veterans Memorial rededication ceremony at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., Saturday May 31, 2014. (AP Photo/The Jacksonville Daily News, John Sudbrink) John Sudbrink / AP

  • A group of anti-coup protesters read books along an elevated walkway during a protest in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 31, 2014. In junta-ruled Thailand where the army recently took power in a coup, the simple act of reading in public has become an act of resistance. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) Sakchai Lalit / AP

  • People take photos as demolition begins on an abandoned home in the impoverished Mantua section Philadelphia on Saturday, May 31, 2014. The cultural and memorial project called “Funeral for a Home” celebrated the dilapidated row house's colorful life before it was knocked down. Organizers from Temple University said it was an effort to commemorate neighborhood history in a city where about 600 houses are torn down each year and 25,000 others sit vacant. (AP Photo/Jessica Kourkounis) Jessica Kourkounis / AP

  • Syrian refugees gather outside their tent at a make-shift camp in the Abu Samra district of the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli on May 29, 2014. Lebanon said on May 31 that Syrians who visit their country will no longer be considered refugees, and that the decision will be applied starting June 1, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMROANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images ANWAR AMRO / AFP/Getty Images

  • People arrive for an event at the site of an abandoned home in the impoverished Mantua section Philadelphia on Saturday, May 31, 2014. The cultural and memorial project called “Funeral for a Home” celebrated the dilapidated row house's colorful life before it was knocked down. Organizers from Temple University said it was an effort to commemorate neighborhood history in a city where about 600 houses are torn down each year and 25,000 others sit vacant. (AP Photo/Jessica Kourkounis) Jessica Kourkounis / AP

  • Members of a local drill team prepare to perform in a neighborhood procession near the site of an abandoned home in the impoverished Mantua section Philadelphia on Saturday, May 31, 2014. The cultural and memorial project called “Funeral for a Home” celebrated the dilapidated row house's colorful life before it was knocked down. Organizers from Temple University said it was an effort to commemorate neighborhood history in a city where about 600 houses are torn down each year and 25,000 others sit vacant. (AP Photo/Jessica Kourkounis) Jessica Kourkounis / AP

  • A supporter of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party wears a head-dress made of oranges, the party's color, as she attends a rally to welcome Odinga back to the country, in downtown Nairobi, Kenya Saturday, May 31, 2014. Odinga, who narrowly lost the last election to current President Uhuru Kenyatta, returned to Kenya Saturday following a three month sabbatical in the United States, and his arrival was greeted by tens of thousands of his supporters at a rally in downtown Nairobi. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Ben Curtis / AP

  • Activists from The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) and Indian Students Union shout slogans in front of Uttar Pradesh Bhawan in New Delhi on May 31, 2014, against the gang-rape and death of two teenage girls in Budaun district, India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh. Two girls aged 14 and 15 from the lowest Dalit caste have been found hanging from a tree in a northern Indian village after they were gang-raped by five men, police said in a brutal attack highlighting the country's poor record on sexual violence. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRANRAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images RAVEENDRAN / AFP/Getty Images

  • Children wear strings of cigarette and chewable tobacco and rehearse for a play on World No Tobacco Day in Gauhati, India, Saturday, May 31, 2014. A number of anti-tobacco and smoking laws in response to a surge in mouth and throat cancer have proved to be largely ineffective in the country. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath) Anupam Nath / AP

  • An Indian man smokes a cigarette on a street on World No Tobacco Day in Gauhati, India, Saturday, May 31, 2014. A number of anti-tobacco and smoking laws in response to a surge in mouth and throat cancer have proved to be largely ineffective in the country. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath) Anupam Nath / AP

  • TOPSHOTS A protester holds a placard reading "No to the injustice of Samba Panza, No to partiality, Equality and freedom for all" as residents demonstrate in the 'Muslim enclave' of the PK5 district in Bangui to express their anger on May 31, 2014. Three people were killed in the capital of the Central African Republic today in violence coming just days after a deadly church attack in which 27 people were kidnapped. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARIMARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images MARCO LONGARI / AFP/Getty Images

  • A member of the "Bonnets Rouges" movement takes part in a demonstration for the reunification of the Loire-Atlantique and Brittany regions on May 31, 2014 in Nantes, western France. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARDJEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD/AFP/Getty Images JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD / AFP/Getty Images

  • Protesters from Kiev's Independence Square, the so-called "Maidan", hold a metal bar and a petrol bomb as they burn tyres to protect their barricades from being dismantled by communal services on May 31, 2014 in the centre of Kiev. The military-style tents and makeshift barricades of black tyres, barbed wire and rubble are still standing in the shadow of charred buildings on Kiev's Independence Square, three months after the bloody protests that forced out a pro-Kremlin regime. Kiev's mayor-elect Vitali Klitschko promised on May 26 to dismantle the iconic protest encampment that had helped oust a pro-Russian leader but now clogs traffic and draws public complaints. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKYSERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP/Getty Images

  • TOPSHOTS A vendor carries a rack of eggs for sale past a Rwandan soldier from the African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) contingent patrolling the streets in the Christian Miskine district of the Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, on May 31, 2014. Three people were killed in the capital of the Central African Republic today in violence coming just days after a deadly church attack in which 27 people were kidnapped. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARIMARCO LONGARI/AFP/Getty Images MARCO LONGARI / AFP/Getty Images

  • TOPSHOTS Romania's Simona Halep throws her racket after losing a point against Spain's Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor during their French tennis Open third round match at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGETDOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images DOMINIQUE FAGET / AFP/Getty Images

  • Relatives of late Vasily Burov react during his funeral at a cemetery in the eastern Ukrainian city of Makiyivka, near Donetsk, on May 31, 2014. Burov, 46, was killed in combat with Ukrainian troops in Gorlovka, a small city in the Donetsk region, on May 29. Ukraine accused Russia on on may 31 of unleashing a mass propaganda campaign to persuade global powers not to recognise an election that gave the presidency to a pro-Western tycoon. AFP PHOTO/ VIKTOR DRACHEVVIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images VIKTOR DRACHEV / AFP/Getty Images

  • TOPSHOTS Israeli soldiers detain a Palestinian protester following a demonstration against the expropriation of Palestinian land by Israel in the West Bank town of Tulkarem on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JAAFAR ASHTIYEHJAAFAR ASHTIYEH/AFP/Getty Images JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP/Getty Images

  • Injured protesters lie on the ground as Turkish riot police officers fire tear gas to disperse demonstrators gathered on the central Istoklal avenue near Taksim square in Istanbul, on May 31, 2014, as the police blocked access to the square during the one year anniversary of the Gezi park and Taksim square demonstrations. Turkey's combative prime minister warned protesters that police would do "whatever is necessary" to clamp down on demonstrations today in Istanbul's Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of last year's turmoil. Last year, what started as a small campaign to save the nearby Gezi Park from the bulldozers eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in an outpouring of anger at the perceived authoritarian tendencies of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted government. Eight people died and thousands were injured in the ensuing violence as police launched a brutal crackdown, frequently employing tear gas and water cannons. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images BULENT KILIC / AFP/Getty Images

  • Injured protesters lie on the ground as Turkish riot police officers fire tear gas to disperse demonstrators gathered on the central Istoklal avenue near Taksim square in Istanbul, on May 31, 2014, as the police blocked access to the square during the one year anniversary of the Gezi park and Taksim square demonstrations. Turkey's combative prime minister warned protesters that police would do "whatever is necessary" to clamp down on demonstrations today in Istanbul's Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of last year's turmoil. Last year, what started as a small campaign to save the nearby Gezi Park from the bulldozers eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in an outpouring of anger at the perceived authoritarian tendencies of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted government. Eight people died and thousands were injured in the ensuing violence as police launched a brutal crackdown, frequently employing tear gas and water cannons. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images BULENT KILIC / AFP/Getty Images

  • A demonstrator wears a mask with the face of Ali Ismail Korkmaz, a protester who was killed during Gezi protests last year, as demonstrators gather on the central Istoklal avenue near Taksim square in Istanbul, on May 31, 2014, as the police blocked access to the square during the one year anniversary of the Gezi park and Taksim square demonstrations. Turkey's combative prime minister warned protesters that police would do "whatever is necessary" to clamp down on demonstrations today in Istanbul's Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of last year's turmoil. Last year, what started as a small campaign to save the nearby Gezi Park from the bulldozers eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in an outpouring of anger at the perceived authoritarian tendencies of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted government. Eight people died and thousands were injured in the ensuing violence as police launched a brutal crackdown, frequently employing tear gas and water cannons. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images BULENT KILIC / AFP/Getty Images

  • A man protects a woman as they face a police officer dispersing protesters who gathered on the central Istoklal avenue near Taksim square in Istanbul, on May 31, 2014, as the police blocked access to the square during the one year anniversary of the Gezi park and Taksim square demonstrations. Turkey's combative prime minister warned protesters that police would do "whatever is necessary" to clamp down on demonstrations today in Istanbul's Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of last year's turmoil. Last year, what started as a small campaign to save the nearby Gezi Park from the bulldozers eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in an outpouring of anger at the perceived authoritarian tendencies of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted government. Eight people died and thousands were injured in the ensuing violence as police launched a brutal crackdown, frequently employing tear gas and water cannons. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images BULENT KILIC / AFP/Getty Images

  • Turkish riot police officers hold up a protester seriously affected by tear gas as police officers use tear gas to disperse protesters who gathered on the central Istoklal avenue near Taksim square in Istanbul, on May 31, 2014, as the police blocked access to the square during the one year anniversary of the Gezi park and Taksim square demonstrations. Turkey's combative prime minister warned protesters that police would do "whatever is necessary" to clamp down on demonstrations today in Istanbul's Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of last year's turmoil. Last year, what started as a small campaign to save the nearby Gezi Park from the bulldozers eventually drew an estimated three million protesters in an outpouring of anger at the perceived authoritarian tendencies of Erdogan's Islamic-rooted government. Eight people died and thousands were injured in the ensuing violence as police launched a brutal crackdown, frequently employing tear gas and water cannons. AFP PHOTO / GURCAN OZTURKGURCAN OZTURK/AFP/Getty Images GURCAN OZTURK / AFP/Getty Images

  • Demonstrators run for cover as riot police use water cannons and teargas to disperse them during clashes in Ankara on the first anniversary of last year's protests in Taksim square, on May 31, 2014. Turkish police fired tear gas and water cannon at hundreds of people in Istanbul and Ankara on May 31 as demonstrations marking a year since deadly anti-government protests erupted in fresh violence. Police clashed with protesters near Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square, scene of last year's unrest that claimed eight lives and left thousands injured, an AFP reporter on the ground said. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTANADEM ALTAN/AFP/Getty Images ADEM ALTAN / AFP/Getty Images

  • A demonstrator wearing a gas mask, runs for cover as riot police use water cannons and teargas to disperse protesters in Ankara on the first anniversary of last year's protests in Istanbul's Taksim square, on May 31, 2014. Turkish police fired tear gas and water cannon at hundreds of people in Istanbul and Ankara on May 31 as demonstrations marking a year since deadly anti-government protests erupted in fresh violence. Police clashed with protesters near Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square, scene of last year's unrest that claimed eight lives and left thousands injured, an AFP reporter on the ground said. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTANADEM ALTAN/AFP/Getty Images ADEM ALTAN / AFP/Getty Images

  • A gunner of the Ukrainian army gets ready to shoot as they move to position in Slovyansk, Ukraine, Saturday, May 31, 2014. The Ukrainian Acting Defence Minister said on Friday that troops had ousted separatists from southern and western parts of the Donetsk region and north of the Luhansk region. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky) Efrem Lukatsky / AP

  • Spanish Rejoneo, bullfighter on horseback, Manuel Manzanares performs a pass on a bull during the San Isidro Feria at Las Ventas bullring in Madrid on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO/ ALBERTO SIMONALBERTO SIMON/AFP/Getty Images ALBERTO SIMON / AFP/Getty Images

  • TOPSHOTS Spain's Marc Marquez of the Honda team rides his bike during free practice session "number 3" of the Italian Grand Prix on Mugello's racetrack on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO / ANDREAS SOLAROANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images ANDREAS SOLARO / AFP/Getty Images

  • Alexander Miskirtchian of Belgium, left, is hit by Evgeny “The Mexican Russian” Gradovich of Russia during IBF Featherweight Title boxing match in Macau, Saturday, May 31, 2014. Gradovich defected Miskirtchian after 12 rounds. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) Kin Cheung / AP

  • Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber returns the ball to Great Britain's Andy Murray during their French tennis Open third round match at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on May 31, 2014. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL GUYOTPASCAL GUYOT/AFP/Getty Images PASCAL GUYOT / AFP/Getty Images

  • Mexico's Giovani dos Santos (10) is congratulated by Javier Hernandez, left, and Marco Fabian, right, after scoring against Ecuador in the second half of a friendly soccer match, Saturday, May 31, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. Mexico won 3-1. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) Tony Gutierrez / AP

  • Phil Mickelson waits to tee off the first hole during the third round of the Memorial golf tournament Saturday, May 31, 2014, in Dublin, Ohio. Mickelson says he's co-operating in an insider trading investigation involving him, investor Carl Icahn and Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters but maintains he did nothing wrong. Mickelson's manager confirmed Saturday that the investigation was the same outlined in reports in several newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings) Darron Cummings / AP