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Today in Pictures: Oct. 25
Filipino police investigators write their reports in the available light after a police operation against illegal drugs in Novaliches, Philippines. According to police reports, around 2,300 people have been killed in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war against illegal drugs. The figure was revised by the police from an original tally of around 3,600 deaths.
A migrant watches the flames of a shack set on fire during the demolition of the Calais "Jungle" camp, in Calais, northern France, as hundreds of migrants boarded buses on the second day of a massive operation to clear the squalid settlement. More than 1,900 left the slum on October 24, ahead of work to tear down the makeshift shelters and eateries in the camp that has become a symbol of Europe's refugee crisis.
A relative is comforted by a friend as he cries after the bodies of victims were transported into a mortuary in Nairobi, Kenya. Eleven bodies were flown in from Mandera where twelve people were killed after gunmen from Somalia's Islamist militant group al-Shabab attacked a guest house with grenades and improvised explosive device on the same day.
An Indian tribal man wearing traditional headgear and dress attends the inauguration of the first National Tribal Carnival in New Delhi, India. The Indian prime minister Modi-inaugurated event held to promote tribal culture in the country. More than 1,600 tribal artists and around 8,000 tribal delegates from across the country will participate in the five-day-long carnival.
An Iraqi refugee who fled Mosul, the last major Iraqi city under the control of the Islamic State group, due to the Iraqi government forces offensive to retake the city, looks to the sky at the UN-run Al-Hol refugee camp in Syria's Hasakeh province. Despite the war that is ravaging Syria and has displaced millions of its residents, the Iraqis are desperate to reach the UN-run Al-Hol refugee camp in Syria's Hasakeh province, where many are still trapped on the border between Iraq and Syria under jihadist fire.