Today in Pictures: Nov. 15
An Iraqi man is treated after a mortar explosion and Chilean public workers protest for a raise and more images from around the world.
Students protest the election of President-elect Donald Trump during a march in Washington, Nov. 15, 2016.
Dancers of the Moscow Ballet of Classical Choreography 'La Classique' perform on stage during the premiere of Tchaikovsky's ballet 'The Nutcracker' at the Multifunctional Concert Hall 'Jordanki' in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
An Iraqi man inspects the damage inside the al-Tahira al-Kubra church in the formerly ISIS held town of the al-Hamdaniya district, some 13 km east of Mosul, Iraq. According to media reports, Iraqi forces liberated new districts, within the military operations aimed at liberating Mosul, backed by the U.S.-led coalition. More than 49,000 people have been displaced since the Mosul operation began, the International Organisation for Migration said.
Hindu devotees sit together on the floor of a temple to observe Rakher Upabash for the last day, in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A man walks out of a leaf-lined forest as it rains in Frankfurt, Germany, on a dark and grey day.
A public worker on strike joins a protest demanding a salary increase of 4 percent, in Santiago, Chile. The National Association of Public Employees (ANEF) is turning down the government's salary increase offer of 3.2 percent, after bringing down its original 7 percent demand.
A government official looks at a pile of illegal firearms before it was set ablaze at a field in Ngong, in the outskirts of the capital Nairobi, Kenya. 5,250 illegal firearms were set alight by government in an effort to stem the flow of illicit firearms in the country. Deputy President William Ruto urged civilians in possession of unlicensed guns to surrender them.
Iraqis carry white flags as they flee to an area held by the Iraqi Special Forces 2nd division in the Samah neighborhood of Mosul during an ongoing operation against ISIS jihadists. Hundreds of people used the opportunity to get out of harms way during a period of relative calm on the frontline neighborhoods of eastern Mosul.
Police and demonstrators clash during a protest against the visit of President Barack Obama in Athens. Greek police say about 3,000 anarchists, left-wing group supporters and students are marching through central Athens, to protest President Barack Obama's visit.
A man injured by a mortar during fighting between the Iraqi forces and Islamic State militants, is treated at a field hospital in eastern Mosul, Iraq.