People look at the remains of a Sudanese military plane after it crashed at the North Korodofan State border near the capital Khartoum. The Antonov 12 transport plane, carrying personnel and equipment to the strife-torn Darfur region crashed near Khartoum on Sunday killing 15 people on board, the army said. (MOHAMED NURELDIN ABDALLAH/REUTERS)
Devotees are seen near a shop selling strings of prayer beads, caps and traditional shawls at the shrine of Sufi Saint Shah Rukn-e-Alam in Multan. Pakistan. (MIAN KHURSHEED/REUTERS)
Children play on a destroyed armoured personnel carrier belonging to forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Azaz, in northern Syria near the border with Turkey. (STRINGER/REUTERS)
Competitors taking part in the World Hickory Open Golf Championship celebrate after making a putt during the first round at Monifeith Links golf course in Monifeith, east Scotland. The tournament, now in its eighth year, features professional golf champions and British and overseas amateurs in traditional golf attire with hickory shafted clubs. (DAVID MOIR/REUTERS)
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men dance during Simhat Torah celebrations in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood. The worshipers are marking the end of the annual cycle of the reading of the Torah and the beginning of the next cycle. (BAZ RATNER/REUTERS)
People load their Halloween pumpkins into a horse drawn wagon at Kelkenberg Farm in Akron, N.Y. (David Duprey/AP)
Montreal Alouettes' Victor Anderson fumbles the ball during second half CFL football action against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Montreal. (Graham Hughes/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Toronto Argonauts' Chad Owens is taken down during the first half of their CFL football game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Toronto. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)
New York Yankees' Ichiro Suzuki, right, of Japan, leaps past Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters to score a run on a double by Robinson Cano in the first inning of Game 2 of the American League division baseball series in Baltimore. (Alex Brandon/AP)
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