The Fantastic Five: Best photos of the week


BOSTON — From GlobalPost's editors, a selection of the best pictures of the week.

Lee Kwan-hee, 8, a primary school student, takes part in a winter military camp in Ansan, about 25 miles southwest of Seoul, Jan. 6, 2010. Retired Korean marines corps conduct the camp, which about 300 school students from primary to university level attend to strengthen their mental and physical endurance. Also from South Korea this week: "witch-hunting" on the web. (Jo Yong-Hak/Reuters)

Snow and ice cover Britain in this image from NASA's multi-national Terra satellite, orbiting more than 400 miles above the earth, Jan. 7, 2010. Widespread ice and sub-zero temperatures continued to cause disruption across Britain. In western Ireland, lakes froze for the first time in living memory and teenagers were driving all-terrain vehicles on the ice. In three weeks, the nation used up a year’s supply of road salt. (MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Handout/Reuters)

A snow-covered tree is illuminated at a car park in the eastern German ski resort of Oberhof, Jan. 7, 2010. (Christian Charisius/Reuters)

A Yemeni man walks in the Old Sanaa City, Jan. 7, 2010. Yemen, hunting Al Qaeda within its borders, believes its own security forces must fight militants on its territory and rejects any direct U.S. intervention. (Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)

An entire wall of craft beer welcomes customers at Rome's newest craft beer pub, Open Baladin. It serves 38 beers on tap and 120 in bottles. As Italy's relatively recent craft beer market gains followers, some worry it is becoming too popular. (Fulvio Paolocci/GlobalPost)