Today in Pictures: November 1

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. Participants in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run cross Westminster Bridge in London, with the houses of parliament partially seen through the morning fog, on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015. Only cars built before Jan. 1, 1905 are eligible to take part in the 54 mile-route.

Dominic Lipinski / AP

. People place photos at a memorial to victims of a Russian plane crash at Dvortsovaya Square in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Nov. 1. An Airbus A321 carrying 224 passengers crashed Saturday in Egypt, killing all aboard. Russian President Vladimir Putin declared Sunday a day of national mourning.

Peter Kovalev / Reuters

. A girl stands with other migrants and refugees preparing to enter a registration camp after crossing from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, on Nov. 1.

Nikolay Doychinov / AFP - Getty Images

. The body of an unidentified boy is covered with plastic sheeting after washing up on the shore on the Greek island of Lesbos on Nov. 1. Authorities recovered more bodies on Lesbos and the Greek island of Samos Sunday as thousands continue to cross from the nearby coast of Turkey despite worsening weather. Greece is pressing the European Union for additional support for their massive daily search and rescue operations.

Santi Palacios / AP

. Egyptian investigators inspect debris from a crashed Russian jet in Sinai, Egypt, on Nov. 1.

Gallery: Investigators Search Crash Site in Egypt

Khaled Elfiqi / EPA

. Palestinian mourners carry the body of 22 year-old Raed Jaradat during his funeral in the West Bank village of Sa'ir, near Hebron, on Nov 1. According to the Israeli army, Jaradat stabbed an Israeli before being shot and killed. In recent days, Hebron has become a main flashpoint of Israeli-Palestinian violence, with near-daily deadly confrontations at Israeli checkpoints that guard ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers in the center of the city.

Nasser Shiyoukhi / AP

. Candles are placed on tombs to mark All Saints' Day at a cemetery in Vilnius, Lithuania on Nov. 1.

Petras Malukas / AFP - Getty Images

. Runners make their way down Greenpoint Avenue in Queens during the 2015 New York City Marathon on Nov. 1.

Shannon Stapleton / Reuters

. Athletes in the Wheelchair division cross the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge at the start of the New York City Marathon on Nov. 1.

Mike Stobe / Getty Images

. Daniel Murphy of the New York Mets reacts after missing a ball hit by Kansas City Royals' Mike Moustakas during the eighth inning of Game 4 of the World Series late on Oct. 31. Murphy's defensive miscue allowed the Royals to tie the game and then take the lead. The Mets went on to lose 5-3. Instead of evening up the series at two games apiece, the Mets now find themselves one game from elimination.

Frank Franklin Ii / AP