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Today in Pictures: Oct. 27

Migrants roam the streets after camp's destruction, Filipinos protest U.S. military presence and more images from around the world.


Migrants from Eritrea with nowhere to go wait in the hope an official bus will come to take them away to be processed after being forced out of the makeshift migrant camp known as "The Jungle" near Calais, northern France, on Oct. 27. French authorities claimed on Wednesday that they had cleared the makeshift migrant camp near the northern French city of Calais.

Emilio Morenatti / AP
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The cooling towers of the brown coal power station Jaenschwalde of LEAG (Lausitz Energieberbau AG) are obscured by fog in Peitz, eastern Germany.

PATRICK PLEUL / AFP - Getty Images
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Birds fly over the corridor of the Jama Masjid at sunrise in New Delhi.

MONEY SHARMA / AFP - Getty Images
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Participants release balloons as they parade in central Ashgabat at the 25th anniversary of Turkmenistan's independence.

IGOR SASIN / AFP - Getty Images
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Riot police move into position during a protest near the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines. Hundreds of protesters, including indigenous people, students and militant groups, marched towards the U.S. Embassy to protest the presence of U.S. military troops and condemn the violent dispersal on October 19 which left at least forty people hurt, including twenty police officers and three people who were run over by a police van.

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Models prepare backstage for the Taiwanese designer Tsai Meiyue's fashion show during the Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week in Beijing. The fashion week runs from Oct. 25 to Nov. 2.

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte speaks to the media after his inspection at the Japan Coast Guard base in Yokohama, south of Tokyo.

ISSEI KATO / Reuters
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Workers repair the Hollywood Walk of Fame star of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after it was vandalized by a protester on Oct. 26 in Los Angeles. James Lambert Otis claims to have originally intended to remove the entire star to auction it off and give the money to about a dozen women who allege that Trump groped or sexually mistreated them. Dressed as a construction worker and using a hammer and pick, Otis was only able to break up part of the star.

Wednesday in Pictures: Oct. 26

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