Today in Pictures: Oct. 24
A "Save Syria" rally is held in Finland, Italians party in silence and more images from around the world.
Hundreds of people dancing gather at Municipio square during the 'Silent Party' in Naples, Italy. The Silent Party was a disco music event were people listened music with headphone in wireless mode.
Migrants line-up to register at a processing center in the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France. French authorities are beginning a complex operation, unprecedented in Europe, to shut down the makeshift camp, uprooting thousands who made treacherous journeys to escape wars, dictators or grinding poverty and dreamed of making a life in Britain.
People gather to form a peace sign in front of the Helsinki Cathedral as they rally during 'Save Syria', a peace march and demonstration in Helsinki Finland.
Syrian refugees arrive at Rome's Fiumicino international airport. Seventy-five refugees landed at Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci airport thanks to the "humanitarian corridor" project launched by the Rome-based Catholic Sant'Egidio Community and the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy.
A woman cradles the body of her husband, who was killed on a street by a vigilante group, according to police, in a spate of drug related killings in Pasay city, Metro Manila, Philippines July 23, 2016. A sign on a cardboard found near the body reads: "Pusher Ako", which translates to "I am a drug pusher." REUTERS/Czar Dancel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTSJBKQ
Four Palestinian friends who were injured during conflicts walk by the sea at Gaza's small fishing harbor. Fighting left thousands of people with disabilities or no limbs in this Palestinian enclave.
A woman walks past semi-finished clay idols of the Hindu mythological characters 'Dakinis' and 'Yoginis', who will be worshipped along with the Hindu goddess Kali, at a roadside workshop ahead of the Kali Puja festival in Kolkata.
Relatives of Amir Jaber Abu Taimeh, a member of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, mourn during his funeral in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip. The Hamas militant was killed when a tunnel collapsed in the Gaza Strip, the group's military wing said in a statement. Over the past few months at least 16 militants have died in tunnel accidents in the strip. / AFP PHOTO / SAID KHATIBSAID KHATIB/AFP/Getty Images
French riot Police intervene after migrants set garbage bins on fire next to the makeshift camp 'the Jungle' in Calais, France. The camp that currently has more than 7,000 migrants will be dismantled, a process that shall take a week according tho the French authorities.
A surfer rides a wave off Praia do Norte (North Beach) near Nazare, central Portugal.