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It was an eventful week around the world from protests in Naples to mother nature in its best and worst of times. Fox News Latino picks the best pictures of the week.
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Smile You're on Candid Camera

Oct. 17: A sea lion "smiles" during a show at Kamogawa Sea World in Kamogawa, east of Tokyo, Japan, Sunday.

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Presidential Donuts

Oct 21: President Barack Obama and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., right, get donuts from Top Pot  in Seattle, Washington 

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Homeless Girls

Oct 22: Homeless girls sit under an overpass near bags of recyclable material in Jammu, India. Government and aid groups' efforts to help children in India are overwhelmed by the staggering poverty and the dislocation of millions of rural villagers who flood the cities in search of jobs.

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Haiti Disease Outbreak

Oct 21: An agonizing man, who died shortly after this photograph was taken, is carried into the St. Nicholas hospital in Saint Marc, Haiti, Thursday. Health officials say the outbreak of severe diarrhea has killed at least 54 people and sickened hundreds more while patients have been lying on blankets outside the crowded hospital and doctors are testing for cholera, typhoid and other illnesses that could have caused the outbreak.

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Greece Financial Crisis

Oct 21: Riot police clash with university students during a protest outside the Greek parliament in central Athens on Thursday. More than 1,500 students marched to protest against planned education reform and the strict austerity measures imposed by the government in an effort to overhaul its debt-ridden economy. 

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Giving Thanks For Family

Oct 17: Rescued miners Juan Carlos Aguilar, left, and Carlos Mamani embrace as they arrive for a mass service at the San José mine near Copiapo, Chile, on Sunday. Rescued miners gathered for a mass at the mine after being rescued on Wednesday. 

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Heated Chess Match

Oct 21: A chess player holds a reflective parasol to protect herself from the sun as she waits to play against Israeli chess Grandmaster Alik Gershon, not pictured, during an attempt to break the Guinness world record of simultaneous chess play in Rabin square in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Thursday. The Jewish Agency and the Israel Chess Federation invited hundreds of chess players, many of them new immigrants from the former Soviet Union to break the Guinness world record for simultaneous chess play against Israeli Grandmaster Alik Gershon. The world record of 500 games played simultaneously is now held by Iran.

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Protest in Buenos Aires

Oct 21: Demonstrators protest in front of the Obelisk monument in Buenos Aires, Argentina,. A strike and the rally were called in protests to the death of 23-year old Mariano Ferreyra, who was shot in the chest and killed Wednesday during a violent confrontation between railroad workers and members of the leftist Worker's Party, or Partido Obrero.

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A Man and His Bike

Oct 21: An Afghan villager walks among US soldiers from L Trp 4/25CR at a check point in Kandahar City, Afghanistan.

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Electrifying

Oct 19: Lightning strikes over Palmdale, CA., early as a low pressure system brings unsettled wet weather to Southern California.

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Political Playground

Oct. 21, A child runs between political signs before the start of a campaign rally with Democratic incumbent Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and former President Bill Clinton, in Baltimore. 

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National Dump?

Oct 21: A man gestures at Police officers in Terzigno, near Naples, Italy on Thursday. Demonstrators set vehicles ablaze and hurled stones and firecrackers at police over plans to build a garbage dump at a national park, leaving 20 officers injured, authorities said.

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Floating Neighborhood

Oct 16: A family crosses a flooded street in a horse drawn cart in the district of Tipitapa in Managua, Nicaragua. Heavy rains caused Xolotlán Lake and rivers to overflow, forcing people from their flooded homes in several neighborhoods. 

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Corner Shot

Oct 19: Visitors of the fourth annual ISDEF 2010 Israel Defense Exhibition walk behind a man dressed in combat gear, demonstrating the "Corner Shot" high-tech weapon system enabling military to effectively observe and engage targets from around the corner, in Tel Aviv, Tuesday. 

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Leafy Landing

Oct 18: Brennan Moore, 4, slides head first into a pile of leaves in his back yard in Salina, Kansas on Monday morning. 

(Tom Dorsey / Salina Journal)

Smoky Haze

Oct 16: Caitlin Little, of Virden, Ill. is bathed in a smoky haze near the Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon during the 6th Annual Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Washington Park in Springfield, Ill. 

(2010 The State Journal-Register Sales Out.)

Motherly Love

Oct 15: A two-month-old male Francois Langur monkey is held tight while being groomed by his mother, Lynn, at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Neb. Francois Langur’s are leaf-eating monkeys found in tropical Asia. They are born bright orange, and darken as they mature. 

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It's a Hard Days Work

Oct 20: Indian laborers carry coal to load a truck in Gauhati, India, Wednesday. State-run Coal India's initial public offering, the largest in India's corporate history, has received bids for more than five billion shares, news reports said. 

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Up Close and Personal

It was an eventful week around the world from protests in Naples to mother nature in its best and worst of times. Fox News Latino picks the best pictures of the week.

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