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Photos of the week
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A Palestinian woman paints a mural, depicting a masked Palestinian holding a knife, in support of Palestinians committing stabbing attacks against Israelis, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
Brad Paisley is accompanied by cheerleaders as he performs "Country Nation". REUTERS/Harrison McClary 
Kacey Musgraves performs "Dime Store Cowgirl" at the 49th Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville. REUTERS/Harrison McClary 
Participants in costume hold burning torches and crosses as they take part in one of a series of processions during Bonfire night celebrations in Lewes, southern England November 5, 2015. The processions and bonfire mark the uncovering of Guy Fawkes' "Gunpowder Plot" to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605, and commemorates the memory of Lewes' seventeen Protestant martyrs. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
The scene of a cargo airplane that crashed after take-off near Juba Airport in South Sudan November 4, 2015. A Russian-built cargo plane carrying some passengers crashed on Wednesday after taking off from the airport in South Sudan's capital, killing at least 41 people who were on board and others on the ground, an official and a Reuters witness said. REUTERS/Stringer
Canada's new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to the crowd outside Rideau Hall after the government's swearing-in ceremony in Ottawa, November 4, 2015. Liberal leader Trudeau named a young, ethnically diverse and gender-equal cabinet on Wednesday as he was sworn into office as Canada's 23rd prime minister, marking the end of nearly a decade of Conservative rule. Trudeau, 43, kicked off his majority government with some controversy with his decision to name an equal number of men and women to a slimmed-down cabinet, the first time gender parity has been achieved in Canada's team of ministers. REUTERS/Blair Gable 
Refugees gather at a beach to try to sail off for the Greek island of Chios from the western Turkish coastal town of Cesme, in Izmir province, Turkey, November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
Bloodhounds wait to be blessed during a religious and blessing ceremony for animals, outside the Basilica of St Peter and Paul in Saint-Hubert, Belgium November 3, 2015. Hundreds of animals are blessed during the celebration of Saint Hubert, the patron saint of hunters who is also invoked for protection of dogs and horses, organizers said. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
A Buddhist monk collects his belongings as vultures gather around a body of a deceased person during a sky burial near the Larung valley located some 3700 to 4000 meters above the sea level in Sertar county, Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province, China November 1, 2015. In early afternoons, on a hill near famous Larung Wuming Buddhist Institute relatives and onlookers gather for sky burials in which bodies of deceased people are offered to vultures to prey upon it. Such burials are practiced by some Tibetans and Mongolian in China as an extreme type of Buddhist's "self-sacrifice alms-giving". It is believed that feeding vultures with decomposed corpse of relatives on top of a mountain is a respectful to pay tribute to their passed-away beloved ones. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
Britain's Prince Charles reacts after a large bumblebee briefly landed on the Prince's pants and flew away as he handles a native tuatara lizard during a visit to the Orokonui Eco sanctuary with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, near Dunedin, New Zealand, November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Gerard O'Brien/Pool 
Actor Liam Hemsworth runs to Jennifer Lawrence as they arrive for the world premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" in Berlin, Germany, November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
Russian artist Maria Gasanova (L) works on her "The Alive Painting" art work during the Art Krasnoyarsk annual festival in Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
Breeder Siegfried Marth rounds up a gaggle of geese in a pasture in Strem in Austria's Burgenland province, November 4, 2015. Marth is raising some 700 geese organically for the traditional 'Martin Goose' (Martini Gansl) dinner in celebration of St. Martin each year. The feast of St. Martin of Tours (also called "Martini") marks the time when new wines are tasted, cattle are butchered and geese are at their prime. This feast is celebrated in German-speaking Europe on November 11 usually with a roast goose. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
An Iranian woman walks past an anti-U.S. mural painted on the wall of the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/TIMA 
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, is welcomed with a hongi (a traditional Maori greeting) from New Zealand Defence Force Flight Sergeant Wai Paenga during a welcome ceremony at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, November 4, 2015. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall began a 12-day tour of Australia and New Zealand on Wednesday. REUTERS/Hagen Hopkins/Pool 
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Kirill and Bishop of Yegoryevsk Tikhon (Shevkunov) visit the exhibition "Orthodox Russia. My History. From Great Turmoils to Great Victory" on National Unity Day in Moscow, Russia November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Alexei Nikolsky/RIA Novosti/Kremlin 
A man stands on the balcony to the entrance of Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan, November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
U.S. paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division based in Fort Brag, N.C. , participate in a massive airdrop from C-17 Globemaster aircraft as part of the NATO Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 military exercise, NATO's largest joint and combined military exercise in more than a decade, at the San Gregorio training grounds outside Zaragoza, Spain, November 4, 2015. Some 36.000 personnel from more than 35 nations, including all NATO Allies will have participated in Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 which began on October 21, in Italy, Portugal and Spain, including their adjacent waters and airspace and runs till November 6. REUTERS/Paul Hanna 
People take pictures during an opening ceremony of Rome's Trevi Fountain after being restored, November 3, 2015. Italian fashion house Fendi took down the plastic barriers that surrounded Rome's Trevi Fountain for 16 months as the stone rendering of Tritons underwent the most drastic renovation in its 252-year history. Fendi is one of a gaggle of luxury companies that have stepped in to prop up Italy's crumbling monuments as public funding for their upkeep dwindled. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi 
An Australian Army bugler plays the last post to commemorate the 100th anniversary of ANZAC and the death of Australian Test cricketer Phillip Hughes 12 months ago, before the first cricket test match between Australia and New Zealand in Brisbane November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Patrick Hamilton