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Week in Photos: 2-Eight November 2019

A collection of hanging information images taken all over the world this week.

South African rugby supporters cheer for their Rugby World Cup winning national team, the Springboks, in PretoriaSymbol copyright
Yeshiel Panchia / EPA

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South Africa enthusiasts in Pretoria have fun their crew’s Rugby International Cup Ultimate win over England. The 32-12 victory underneath Siya Kolisi, the crew’s first black captain, used to be a symbolic second for the Springboks.

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SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has a coffee in a cafe in Rutherglen in Glasgow, during the General Election campaign.Symbol copyright
Jane Barlow / PA Media

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Scottish Nationwide Birthday celebration chief Nicola Sturgeon has a espresso in a restaurant in Rutherglen, close to Glasgow. As she introduced her birthday celebration’s marketing campaign for the United Kingdom normal election, Ms Sturgeon stated the vote on 12 December can be “a very powerful in our lifetime”.

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Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson with children during a campaign visit to Free Rangers Forest School Nursery in North SomersetSymbol copyright
Will Oliver / EPA

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The Liberal Democrat birthday celebration chief Jo Swinson, who made a marketing campaign consult with to Unfastened Rangers Woodland College Nursery in North Somerset on Thursday, stated the overall election on 12 December may well be “a second for seismic alternate”.

A Lakota boy places a sacred staff near a horse's nose on the Cheyenne River reservation in South Dakota.Symbol copyright
Stephanie Keith / Reuters

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A boy from the Lakota neighborhood puts a sacred team of workers on a horse’s nostril at the Cheyenne River reservation in South Dakota, USA, as Brad Upton, the great-great-grandson of the commander of the Wounded Knee bloodbath, officially apologised to the Lakota other people.

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Former Trump campaign adviser Stone departs in his car following his criminal trial at U.S. District Court in WashingtonSymbol copyright
Tom Brenner / Reuters

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Former President Trump marketing campaign adviser Roger Stone leaves in his automotive following the second one day of his legal trial at the USA District Courtroom in Washington.

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Japanese breakdancer Ami Yuasa, dances during a photo session at the he Red Bull BC One World Championships in MumbaiSymbol copyright
Lionel Bonaventure / AFP

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Eastern breakdancer Ami Yuasa plays all the way through a photograph consultation on the Purple Bull BC One International Championships in Mumbai.

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Sian Berry, Carla Denyer and Amelia WomackSymbol copyright
Ben Birchall / PA Media

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Inexperienced Birthday celebration Co-Chief Sian Berry, parliamentary candidate Carla Denyer and Deputy Chief and parliamentary candidate Amelia Womack (l to r) on the release of the birthday celebration’s normal election manifesto in Bristol.

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Children react as Queen Elizabeth II arrives to bury a time capsule at the Royal British Legion Industries Vllage in AylesfordSymbol copyright
Richard Pohle / Reuters

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The Queen arrives to bury a time pill on the Royal British Legion Industries Village in Aylesford, south-east England.

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A Chelsea Pensioner holds a cross in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in LondonSymbol copyright
Hannah Mc Kay / Reuters

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A Chelsea Pensioner holds a pass within the Box of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London.

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