Newsbeat's week in pictures: Tuesday 17 June
Page last updated at 15:29 GMT, Tuesday, 18 June 2013 16:29 UK
- Newcastle have confirmed the appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football on a three-year deal. The 66-year-old will report to the club's board as the senior executive in charge of all football-related matters at the St James' Park outfit. Current Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will report to Kinnear.
- Leaders at the G8 summit in Enniskillen. including US president Barack Obama and Russia's Vladimir Putin, have been trying to agree on how to respond to the Syrian crisis. Russia, which has close ties to the Syrian government, doesn't want to allow rebels to be given weapons by western countries but there are hopes an agreement can be reached.
- Justin Rose made history, finishing two shots ahead of Phil Mickelson to become the US Open's first English champion in 43 years. "It wasn't lost on me that today is Father's Day," he said. "For it all to work out for me on such an emotional day, I couldn't help but look up to the heavens and think my old dad Ken had something to do with it."
- A portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey has been defaced with spray paint, an abbey spokesman has said. A 41-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage. The painting by Ralph Heimans went on display at the Abbey in London in May.
- Dale Cregan will spend the rest of his life in jail for four murders, including those of two police officers, in Greater Manchester. Cregan had admitted killing PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes and father and son David and Mark Short.
- The Duchess of Cambridge has officially named the new Princess Royal cruise ship on her last solo public engagement before she is due to give birth in July. "May God bless her and all who sail in her," she said, before smashing a large bottle of champagne over the liner's hull.
- Riot police fire tear gas canisters at protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square. They also used water cannons to battle protesters for control of the Square. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan demanded they clear the area and end the demonstrations which started on 31 May.
- Jose Mourinho says he is "the Happy One" on his return to Chelsea. The 50-year-old Portuguese, who first managed the Blues between 2004 and 2007, was officially announced as Chelsea's new boss on 3 June. Mourinho said he was "more than happy" to keep John Terry as club captain.
- Rafael Nadal coped with an on-court intruder and the Paris rain to beat fellow Spaniard David Ferrer and win a record eighth French Open title. Nadal, 27, came through 6-3 6-2 6-3 to reaffirm his dominance on clay, and further elevate himself among the greats of the sport.
- Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel took a dominant victory in the Canadian Grand Prix as Fernando Alonso beat Lewis Hamilton to second place. Vettel led all but three laps to take his first win in Canada as Alonso's Ferrari, which started sixth, passed Hamilton's Mercedes with nine laps to go.