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The world in pictures |  Journalism

The world in pictures | Journalism

Here is a selection of the best images from international news from Monday 30 October.

Photography by Abdel Majeed, Agence France-Presse

Two Afghan women wait near the UNHCR center in Nowshera. Irregular migrants living in Pakistan have up to 1any November to leave the country, otherwise they will be deported.

Photography by Sergei Sobinski, AFP

A soldier pays tribute to Independence Square in Kiev, where flags in Ukraine’s colors symbolize soldiers who died in service.

Photography by Ken Cheung, The Associated Press

More than 60 activists from the environmental group Just Stop Oil were arrested in London, UK on Monday after disrupting traffic.

Photography by Michael Brust, The Associated Press

Motorists are patient in a traffic jam near Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Photography by NJ Han Guan, The Associated Press

The Xiangshan Forum, which brings together military personnel and diplomats from 90 countries, is in full swing in Beijing, China.

Photography by Hussein Falih, Agence France-Presse

A watchmaker carefully considers the next challenge he will face in his shop in Baghdad, Iraq.

Photography by Maxim Shemetov/Reuters

In Moscow, Russia, a man walks in front of the Wall of Sorrow, a memorial made up of hundreds of human silhouettes honoring victims of political repression.

French photo agency

Children playing on a playground in Chongqing, China.

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