Oct 29: Day in pics

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Arvind Kejriwal and other members of Team Anna address a press conference in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad. (HT Photo by Sonu Mehta)

Arvind Kejriwal and other members of Team Anna address a press conference in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad. (HT Photo by Sonu Mehta)

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Foreign troops carry a casualty from the site of a suicide attack in Kabul.

Foreign troops carry a casualty from the site of a suicide attack in Kabul.

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Metallica cancels concert in Gurgaon after doubts with regard to the safety of the concert audience.

Metallica cancels concert in Gurgaon after doubts with regard to the safety of the concert audience.

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A gas station attendant wears a mask as part of their holiday treat as he talks to the driver of a commuter jeep Saturday, in suburban Mandaluyong City, east of Manila, Philippines. Attendants in the gas station wore masks to attract customers as Filipino Catholics prepare to observe All Saints' Day.

A gas station attendant wears a mask as part of their holiday treat as he talks to the driver of a commuter jeep Saturday, in suburban Mandaluyong City, east of Manila, Philippines. Attendants in the gas station wore masks to attract customers as Filipino Catholics prepare to observe All Saints' Day.

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Indian foreign minister SM Krishna, shakes hands with Japan's foreign minister Koichiro Gemba prior to their meeting in Tokyo, Saturday.

Indian foreign minister SM Krishna, shakes hands with Japan's foreign minister Koichiro Gemba prior to their meeting in Tokyo, Saturday.

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A Buddhist monk walks in a flooded street to collect morning alms in Bangkok. Bangkok's Chao Phraya River is expected to burst its banks over the weekend during the unusually high tide that begins on Friday, causing some flooding in nearby areas. Thailand's worst floods in half a century, caused in part by unusually heavy monsoon rain, have killed 377 people since mid-July and disrupted the lives of nearly 2.2 million, until now mostly in the north and central provinces.

A Buddhist monk walks in a flooded street to collect morning alms in Bangkok. Bangkok's Chao Phraya River is expected to burst its banks over the weekend during the unusually high tide that begins on Friday, causing some flooding in nearby areas. Thailand's worst floods in half a century, caused in part by unusually heavy monsoon rain, have killed 377 people since mid-July and disrupted the lives of nearly 2.2 million, until now mostly in the north and central provinces.

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A woman conducts a ritual outside the church of San Simon in Iztapa, in the region of Escuintla, 62 km (39 miles) from Guatemala City. People in Guatemala revere San Simon, also known by its Mayan name Maximon o Ry Laj Man, on October 28 annually. For some devotees, San Simon is synonymous with prosperity and happiness, while others associate him with witchcraft, paganism and a protector for drunkards.

A woman conducts a ritual outside the church of San Simon in Iztapa, in the region of Escuintla, 62 km (39 miles) from Guatemala City. People in Guatemala revere San Simon, also known by its Mayan name Maximon o Ry Laj Man, on October 28 annually. For some devotees, San Simon is synonymous with prosperity and happiness, while others associate him with witchcraft, paganism and a protector for drunkards.

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Children hold their food containers as they wait for the distribution of free chocolate porridge at a local government feeding program in Tondo, Manila. The world's population will reach seven billion, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet.

Children hold their food containers as they wait for the distribution of free chocolate porridge at a local government feeding program in Tondo, Manila. The world's population will reach seven billion, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet.

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Senior BJP leader L K Advani warm welecome for his Rathyatra, at Thiruvananthapuram on Friday.

Senior BJP leader L K Advani warm welecome for his Rathyatra, at Thiruvananthapuram on Friday.

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Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park (L) and Javier Hernandez vie for the ball against Everton's Leighton Baines during their English Premier League soccer match at Goodison Park, Liverpool. (AP)

Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park (L) and Javier Hernandez vie for the ball against Everton's Leighton Baines during their English Premier League soccer match at Goodison Park, Liverpool. (AP)

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Arsenal's Robin van Persie reacts after missing a chance to score during their English Premier League soccer match against Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge Stadium, London. (AP)

Arsenal's Robin van Persie reacts after missing a chance to score during their English Premier League soccer match against Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge Stadium, London. (AP)

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Chelsea's players celebrate John Terry's goal during the English Premier League football match against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in London. (AFP)

Chelsea's players celebrate John Terry's goal during the English Premier League football match against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in London. (AFP)

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FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi reacts after scoring against Mallorca during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain. (AP)

FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi reacts after scoring against Mallorca during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain. (AP)

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