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People walk in front of the Cathedral of Brasilia which is illuminated in pink to commemorate breast cancer awareness month in Brasilia, Brazil.

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Great Park balloon pilot Matt Williams positions a banner to complete the attraction's seasonal Jack-O-Lantern makeover in Irvine, Calif..

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A school boy dressed as Mahatma Gandhi takes part in a march to mark the 143rd birth anniversary of Gandhi in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, India. Mahatma Gandhi, also known as the "Father of the Nation", was instrumental in India's struggle for independence from Britain and a devoted follower of non-violent protest and religious tolerance.


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Bangladeshi Buddhists pray in front of a burnt Buddha sculpture after Muslims attacked the temple and set fire to it, in Cox's Bazar. Thousands of Muslims went on a rampage in Buddhist areas of Bangladesh near the border on Saturday, setting ablaze more than a dozen temples and monasteries and at least 50 homes. Property was looted, including statues of the Buddha.


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A ferry which sank earlier, is kept stable off Hong Kong's Lamma Island, after a collision. Hong Kong police arrested six crew on Tuesday after a ferry and a company boat carrying more than 120 staff and family celebrating the mid-autumn festival collided, killing 37 people as the boat sank.


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Rahmet Gul, 20, is silhouetted against the setting sun as he waits to sell green tea to customers along Karachi's Clifton beach, Pakistan.


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Magician David Blaine performs a demonstration of his upcoming performance "Electrified" during a press briefing in New York. During the performance Blaine will wear a custom made metal suit while standing on a 6 meter platform on New York City's Pier 54 on the edge of the Hudson River while surrounded by seven metallic orbs, or tesla coils, that will stream 1 million volts of electricity around him for 3 days and nights.


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South Korean singer Psy performs during his concert in central Seoul. Psy jumped to the top of the British pop charts on Sunday with the quirky dance track "Gangnam Style", an Internet phenomenon that has clocked up more than 300 million views on YouTube.


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Riot police stand on a street sprayed wet by water cannon's fire tear gas as they chase Bahraini anti-government protesters throwing stones and petrol bombs on the outskirts of the capital of Manama, Bahrain. Hundreds of angry mourners split off from a massive funeral procession for Muhammed Mushaima, 23, who died in police custody, and marched toward the nearby site of last year's pro-democracy uprising, clashing with police just outside the heavily barricaded area.

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