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The World This Week in Photos

Bicycling in the dark in Douma, Syria; moving Hamburg's swans to their winter home; and opening the International Toilet Festival in New Delhi.

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A farewell to Dennis Steele

  The veteran reporter and photographer for ARMY magazine died. He took the lovely photograph shown here. Farewell, Dennis.

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Protests in Mexico City; skinny-dipping in Chonqing; and chess in Kuala Lumpur.

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The World This Week in Photos

Shiites mark Ashura; Russian soldiers prepare for a parade; and a debutante ball in London.

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The World This Week in Photos

U.S. Marines pack up in Afghanistan; Hungarians protest a proposed Internet tax; and a nude swimming competition in France.

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Burkina Faso Burning

Protests in the capital, Ouagadougou, are spinning out of control.

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The World This Week in Photos

A wedding portrait at Hong Kong's protests; gas masks at Indonesia's presidential inauguration; and sunlight in an Egyptian temple.

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The World This Week in Photos

Protests in St. Louis; a pilgrimage in Peru; and the funeral of a Kurdish fighter.

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The World This Week in Photos

Hong Kong's ongoing democracy protests; Eid al-Adha prayers in Indonesia; and skateboarding in Panama City.

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The Umbrella Revolution

Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement takes to the streets.

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