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A view of Nueva Esperanza cemetery during the Day of the Dead celebrations in Villa Maria, Lima, Peru. Each year people visit the cemetery, one of Latin America's largest, to honour the dead.


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Nepalese farmers separate grain from chaff after harvest in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Bhaktapur, or town of devotees, is an ancient Newar community town listed as a World Heritage site.

Niranjan Shrestha/AP

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Vendors sell flowers at a wholesale flower market in Mumbai, India.

Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP

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Swamp deers stand as tourists ride on an elephant inside the Kaziranga national park in Kaziranga about 250 kilometers east of Gauhati, Assam, India. After two devastating waves of floods, the park which is home to the one horned Rhinoceros was reopened for tourists Thursday.

Anupam Nath/AP

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A man lights candles during All Saints Day at cemetery Mirogoj in Zagreb. Catholics mark All Saints Day by visiting the cemeteries and graves of deceased relatives and friends.


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An Afghan potter works on a clay pot at small traditional factory in outskirts of Jalalabad province, Afghanistan.


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Children play beneath a giant kite in the Khayelitsha township near Cape Town, South Africa. The event is part of the annual Cape Town International Kite Festival which takes place this weekend.


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The remnants of a roller coast sits in the surf three days after Hurricane Sandy came ashore in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. At least 82 people in North America died in the superstorm, which ravaged the northeastern United States on Monday night, and officials said the count could climb higher as rescuers searched house-to-house through coastal towns.


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Toronto Argonauts wide receiver Chad Owens celebrates after a reception to set a new record against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the first half of their CFL football game in Toronto. Owens broke Michael "Pinball" Clemons' CFL record of 3,840 combined yards.


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A woman walks in high water ner the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy. High tides have flooded Venice, leading Venetians and tourists to don high boots and use wooden walkways to cross St. Mark's Square and other areas under water. Flooding is common this time of year and Thursday's level that reached a peak of 140 centimeters was below the 160 centimeters recorded four years ago in the worst flooding in decades.

Luigi Costantini/AP

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