Today in Pictures: November 20

Children harvest potatoes in Lebanon, A happy dance in Pakistan, A nap mid-prayer in Washington and and more images from around the world.

Syrian refugee children run to collect potatoes from a field to give to their families to prepare lunch, at Joub Jannine village in the Bekaa valley, east Lebanon on Nov. 20 2016. Hassan Ammar / AP
A Pakistani devotee dances to celebrate the three-day annual festival to pay tribute to the famous saint Al-Sheikh Ali Bin Usman Al-Hajveri known as Data Ganjbaksh outside his shrine in Lahore, Pakistan. K.M. Chaudary / AP
People wait for food donated by an Iraqi government organisation at the outskirts of Mosul, Iraq. GORAN TOMASEVIC / Reuters
An Indian fisherman stands behind bars after being arrested by the Pakistani authorities in Karachi, Pakistan. SHAHZAIB AKBER / EPA
A Palestinian protester burns an Israeli flag in the West Bank city of Nablus, during a rally gathering Muslims, Christians and Samaritans to protest against an Israeli draft bill that would limit the volume of calls to prayer at mosques in Israel and Jerusalem. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP - Getty Images
Children play football as oil wells, set ablaze by retreating members of ISIS burn behind them in the town of Qayyarah, south of Mosul. ODD ANDERSEN / AFP - Getty Images
A boy rests on the floor as Muslims pray inside the Masjid Muhammad, The Nation's Mosque, in Washington, D.C. JIM WATSON / AFP - Getty Images
Supporters of India's main opposition Congress party shout slogans after being detained by the police during a protest against the government's decision to withdraw 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes from circulation, outside the Reserve Bank of India, in Ahmedabad. AMIT DAVE / Reuters
Members of the Serbian Honor guard prepare for the welcoming ceremony for Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in Nis, Serbia. Darko Vojinovic / AP
Tens of thousands of protesters hold candles during an anti-government rally in central Seoul aimed at forcing South Korean President Park Geun-Hye to resign over a corruption scandal. JUNG YEON-JE / AFP - Getty Images