Today in Pictures: November 4

See Wednesday's best news pictures.

. The sun streaks through the fall foliage at sunrise along the Potomac River in Arlington, Va., on Nov. 4, 2015 on a warm fall day.

J. David Ake / AP

. Two men in tuxedos walk past construction workers taking a break on a sidewalk in Midtown Manhattan in New York.

Mike Segar / Reuters

. People gather at the site of a cargo plane crash on a small island in the White Nile River, close to the airport in Juba, Sudan. At least 27 people were killed when the plane crashed shortly after take-off .

Charles Lomodong / AFP - Getty Images

. A boy cleans a car windshield in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in the early morning sun.

A.M. Ahad / AP

. Refugees gather at a beach in Cesme, Turkey, before setting off in dinghies for the Greek island of Chios.

Umit Bektas / Reuters

. New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner watches at left as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fills out his papers to be on the nation's earliest presidential primary ballot at The Secretary of State's office in Concord, N.H.

Jim Cole / AP

. Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire hold hands before he is sworn-in as Canada's 23rd prime minister during a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. Trudeau joined an elite global club Wednesday by appointing women to 50 percent of his Cabinet positions.

Chris Wattie / Reuters

. Guards of honor line up for the inspection of Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev at Buckingham Palace in London. Britain and Kazakhstan signed trade deals worth $4.6 billion as London rolled out the red carpet for the country's autocratic pesident.

Stefan Wermuth / Pool via Getty Images

. Great White Pelicans eat fish in Israel's Mishmar HaSharon reservoir. Thousands of Pelicans stop in the reservoir for food provided by the Israeli nature reserves authority as they make their way to Africa.

Ariel Schalit / AP

. People gather to place floral tributes at the foot of the Alexander Column at Dvortsovaya (Palace) Square in St. Petersburg, Russia. A Russian jet crashed over the Sinai Peninsula early Saturday, killing all 224 people on board. Most of them were vacationers from St. Petersburg.

Yesterday in Pictures: November 3

Dmitry Lovetsky / AP