Newsbeat's week in pictures: Thursday 23 May
Page last updated at 05:28 GMT, Thursday, 23 May 2013 06:28 UK
- A police forensics officer investigates a crime scene where one man was killed in Woolwich, south-east London. David Cameron has flown back to London, cutting short a trip to France, to lead the government response to a suspected terror attack.
- Rescuers in the US state of Oklahoma say they've almost completed the search for survivors after a tornado hit. It was the biggest to rip through the state since 1999. Twenty four people have died, including nine children. Hundreds more were injured. Governor Mary Fallin says the focus will soon switch from rescue to rebuilding and recovery.
- A 2 mile wide tornado tore through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore in the US. It destroyed homes, schools and wrecked entire streets. Hundreds of people have been injured and President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency.
- Real Madrid say manager Jose Mourinho is leaving the club at the end of the season by mutual consent. He is being linked with a move back to his former club Chelsea. The Paris St Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti is being touted to replace the Portuguese at the Bernabeu.
- Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is applauded by players Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs after his 1,500th and final match in charge of the club following the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion. The game ended in a 5-5 draw.
- Arsenal's Lourent Koscielny (R) celebrates the winning goal against Newcastle. Arsene Wenger admitted he had doubts that Arsenal would qualify for Champions League football but they clinched the last top four spot yesterday with a 1-0 win over Newcastle at St James Park.
- Emmelie de Forest, 20, collects the Eurovision Song Contest award after winning the competition with her song Only Teardrops. Azerbaijan finished second at the event held in the Swedish city of Malmo. The UK's Bonnie Tyler came 19th, an improvement on last year when Engelbert Humperdinck finished second from last.
- David Beckham left the pitch in tears as he completed the final home match of his 20-year career. The midfielder announced he's retiring from football last week. Paris St-Germain's game against Brest was briefly stopped as Beckham's team-mates hugged him when he was substituted during their 3-1 win over Brest.
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage had to find refuge in a pub after he was followed by angry protesters as he left a press conference. When he left the Canons' Gait pub in Edinburgh and was escorted into a police van, protestors chanted "scum, scum, scum".
- David Beckham will retire from football at the end of the season. The 38-year-old is the most capped England outfield player and the first English player to win league titles in four countries with clubs Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy and Paris St Germain.