Happy Halloween: Watch as the world celebrates the dead

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A volunteer participating in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for homeless children in Los Angeles. (REUTERS)

A volunteer participating in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for homeless children in Los Angeles. (REUTERS)

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In this picture taken early on October 31, 2015, people wear costumes as they take part in a Halloween parade in Tokyo. Tens of thousands of people gathered at Tokyo's Shibuya fashion district to celebrate Halloween. (AFP)

In this picture taken early on October 31, 2015, people wear costumes as they take part in a Halloween parade in Tokyo. Tens of thousands of people gathered at Tokyo's Shibuya fashion district to celebrate Halloween. (AFP)

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A woman walks down a stairway partially filled with decorations in the shape of carved pumpkins to celebrate Halloween in Shenyang, Liaoning province, China. (REUTERS)

A woman walks down a stairway partially filled with decorations in the shape of carved pumpkins to celebrate Halloween in Shenyang, Liaoning province, China. (REUTERS)

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Children participate in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for children who live in shelters, motels, cars and on the street, in Los Angeles, California. (REUTERS)

Children participate in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for children who live in shelters, motels, cars and on the street, in Los Angeles, California. (REUTERS)

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Children go trick-or-treating to local stores as they participate in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for children who live in shelters, motels, cars and on the street, in Los Angeles, California. (REUTERS)

Children go trick-or-treating to local stores as they participate in the School on Wheels Skid Row Halloween Parade for children who live in shelters, motels, cars and on the street, in Los Angeles, California. (REUTERS)

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A bloody zombie baby head made of gummy candy and red jelly is pictured at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer on the outskirts of Mexico City October 30, 2015. (REUTERS)

A bloody zombie baby head made of gummy candy and red jelly is pictured at the Zombie Gourmet homemade candy manufacturer on the outskirts of Mexico City October 30, 2015. (REUTERS)

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Camille Reaux wears a mask depicting Dobby, a character from Harry Potter, at a Pacific Northwest Ballet School class Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, in Seattle. (AP)

Camille Reaux wears a mask depicting Dobby, a character from Harry Potter, at a Pacific Northwest Ballet School class Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, in Seattle. (AP)

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Javaria Khattak (L), 14, and her sister Mishal Khattak, 12, both from Pakistan take the US oath of allegiance along with 26 other children from 19 countries during a special Halloween-themed ceremony at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Washington Field Office in Fairfax, Virginia. (AFP)

Javaria Khattak (L), 14, and her sister Mishal Khattak, 12, both from Pakistan take the US oath of allegiance along with 26 other children from 19 countries during a special Halloween-themed ceremony at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Washington Field Office in Fairfax, Virginia. (AFP)

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