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While sifting through thousands of news photos in the past week, TIME’s photo editors noticed a theme: umbrellas. From Mumbai to Manila, shots of people seeking cover from wet and windy weather seemed to be everywhere. And where the sun was out, umbrellas were there too to provide shade and shelter during the summer solstice on June 21 in the Northern Hemisphere. Here TIME presents a selection of recent images from the past few days.

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Summer typhoons have compounded North Korea’s hunger crisis, as shown in photos taken on a government-monitored tour and released this week.

All photographs by Damir Sagolj/Reuters.


A boy stood in a blighted corn field Sept. 29 at the Soksa-Ri collective farm in the South Hwanghae Province of North Korea.


Students and volunteers worked Oct. 1 on a water-supply system in Haeju, South Hwanghae Province. In March, the U.N. World Food Program said North Korea’s government food distribution system would run dry in May, putting a quarter of the country’s 24 million people at risk of starvation.


A woman comforted her child, who was being treated for malnutrition in a Haeju hospital Sept. 30.


Jo Tae Kun, a health worker, spoke to a visiting television crew outside a house serving as a clinic in one South Hwanghae village.


A North Korean woman prepared a meal in her house at the Soksa-Ri collective farm Sept. 29. Isolated North Korea is appealing for food aid in the wake of a hard winter and unusually destructive monsoon season.


A child suffering from malnutrition lay in a bed in a hospital in Haeju Oct. 1. The U.S. and South Korea, once the North’s two biggest donors, have said they won’t resume aid until they are satisfied the communist regime won’t divert it and that progress is being made in disarmament talks.


A North Korean boy worked the field of a collective farm in South Hwanghae Province Sept. 30.


Infants suffering from malnutrition rested in a hospital in Haeju Oct. 1.


Corn and cobs were the meal a North Korean woman prepared Sept. 30 in her tent in South Hwanghae Province; she lost her house in the summer’s flooding.


North Korean orphans were dressed up to be shown to a foreign delegation at their orphanage in North Hwanghae Province Sept. 29.


Pak Su Dong is manager of the Soksa-Ri cooperative farm in South Hwanghae Province.


A North Korean farmer pushed a bicycle through a field at a collective farm South Hwanghae Province Sept. 29.

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From continued “Occupy Wall Street” protests and Amanda Knox’s appeal verdict to Steve Jobs’ passing and the tenth anniversary of the U.S. War in Afghanistan, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

See last week’s Pictures of the Week.

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