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A man paddles his canoe down the river Garry near Killiekrankie, Scotland, October 28, 2013.


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Toronto mayor Rob Ford takes the media on a tour of his city hall office which was decorated for Halloween on Oct. 28, 2013. His brother Doug hid behind a potted plant pretending to be a reporter hiding in wait for Rob.

Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail

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A model opens her mouth to breathe from a scuba tank as Israeli photographer Johannes Felten (L) takes pictures during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in the resort city of Eilat October 22, 2013. A shipwreck was a popular location at this year's Eilat Red Sea shootout, where underwater photographers from around the world hussled for three days to capture the best images.


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National Park Service Ranger Doug Treem stands in front of a window inside of the Ellis Island immigration museum building in New York October 28, 2013. Ellis Island, the patch of land on New York Harbor where millions of immigrants first touched U.S. soil, partially reopened to the public on Monday, almost a year after it was submerged by Superstorm Sandy's floodwaters.


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Girls react to the camera as they play in an alley at a slum in Mumbai October 28 , 2013.


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Park workers use a tractor with a industrial leaf blower to pile up fall leaves at High Park in Toronto on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013.


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Benjamin Butler, 7 months old, is photographed by his mother (unseen) as he sits in his baby seat next to the newest art installation of a robot and a barcode by British artist Banksy, on a wall in the Coney Island area of New York City, October 28, 2013. Famously jaded New Yorkers are getting swept up in the hype over Banksy, the renegade graffiti artist who is leaving his mark across the city this month.


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A park ranger walks through the registry room on Ellis Island in New York, Monday, Oct. 28, 2013. The island that ushered millions of immigrants into the United States received visitors Monday for the first time since Superstorm Sandy. Sandy swamped boilers and electrical systems and left the 27.5-acre island without power for months.

Seth Wenig/AP

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Theo Harcourt, a 13-year-old student, jumps over a fallen tree as he makes his way to school in Islington, north London October 28, 2013, after strong storm winds and rain battered southern parts of England and Wales early on Monday, forcing flight cancellations, disrupting trains and closing roads and major bridges before the start of rush-hour. Local media dubbed the storm "St. Jude", after the patron saint of lost causes who is traditionally celebrated on October 28.


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UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre trains on Monday, October 28, 2013 in Montreal for his upcoming fight against Johnny Hendricks.


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Workers carry building material along the beach promenade currently under construction next to the 2014 Winter Games Olympic Park in Sochi October 8, 2013. Picture taken October 8, 2013.


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Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle rides a big wave at the Praia do Norte, north beach, outside the fishing village of Nazare in Portugal's Atlantic coast Monday, Oct. 28 2013. Surf media suggest it could be the biggest wave ever surfed. According to Guinness World Records, American Garret McNamara holds the record with a 78 feet wave surfed at the very same spot in Nazare in Nov. 1 2011.

Miguel Barreira/AP

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