Today in Pictures: Nov. 3
Kenyans protest against government corruption, refugees are transported to France, Obama brings a supporter to tears and more.
A herd of elephants walk in Amboseli National Park on Nov. 3.
Members of the clergy from across the United States participate in a prayer circle in front of a bridge where demonstrators are facing off against police during a Dakota Access pipeline protest on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near Cannonball, North Dakota.
Protesters wearing mock prison uniforms walk with a mock prison pen to demand corrupt government officials to be jailed during a demonstration to demand President Uhuru Kenyatta to act on corruption or resign, in downtown Nairobi, Kenya. Kenyan police fired tear gas at protesters, led by a prominent civil rights activist Boniface Mwangi and at journalists who were covering them. Hundreds of protesters gathered in response to reports by local media that some $50 million dollars were misappropriated at the health ministry.
Palestinian fishermen check fish at the port in Gaza City. Israel has approved to temporarily expand the fishing area off of the southern Gaza Strip from six nautical miles to nine nautical miles during the fishing season, Palestinian sources said.
Piles of mannequin limbs are seen outside Russia's embassy in London as part of a protest against military action in Syria.
Rebel fighters from the Jaish al-Fatah, or Army of Conquest, brigade pray inside a building at an entrance to Aleppo, in the southwestern frontline near the neighborhood of Dahiyet al-Assad, during a rebel offensive to break a three-month siege of the opposition-held east of Syria's second city.
A couple and their child ride a bus to the airport in Athens to take a special charter flight bound for France as part of the EU relocation program for refugees. The group consisted of 168 mainly Syrian families, Iraqis and Eritreans, including 58 small children. The EU is still away from its promise to relocate 66,400 refugees from Greece. There are currently some 19,000 people in the country eligible for the program.
People watch as safety workers try to extinguish fires from a burning oil field in Qayara, south of Mosul, Iraq. A senior military commander says more than 5,000 civilians have been evacuated from newly-retaken eastern parts of the Islamic State group-held city of Mosul and taken to camps.
Migrants on a rubber dinghy are approached by the vessel Responder, not shown, run by the Malta-based NGO Migrant Offshore Aid Station, or MOAS and the Italian Red Cross, in the Mediterranean sea. According to MOAS, 147 people were rescued.
A woman wipes away tears as President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a Hillary for America campaign event at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
Pakistani bystanders watch the rescue work at the site of a collision between two trains in Karachi. At least 17 people have been killed and dozens more injured after two trains carrying hundreds of passengers collided in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi, officials said.