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Today in Pictures: Oct. 29
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A boy rides a bicycle through the remains of the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France, Oct. 29, 2016. The thousands of migrant people who were dispersed this week from the now-torched makeshift homes are struggling to adapt to unfamiliar surroundings in towns and villages throughout France.— Thibault Camus / AP
A member of Iraqi armed forces kisses a local boy after Iraqi forces entered the town of Shura, some 30 kilometers south of Mosul, Iraq. Iraqi troops approaching Mosul from the south advanced into Shura on Saturday after a wave of U.S. led airstrikes and artillery shelling against Islamic State positions inside town.— Marko Drobnjakovic / AP
Relatives separated by deportation and immigration hug at the border during a brief reunification meeting at the banks of the Rio Bravo, a natural border between U.S. and Mexico. The event was organized by a Human Rights organization named "Hugs, No Walls".— JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ / Reuters
Famers harvest cempasuchilt and velvet flowers to celebrate the Day of the Dead in Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico. The flowers will be sold at the 'Market of the flower'.— Hugo Ortuno / EPA
On the occasion of the upcoming Halloween, animals from the Lodz zoo were given a surprise treat - hollowed pumpkins. A red panda investigates the carved squash made in its likeness in Lodz, Poland.— Grzegorz Michalowski / EPA
Popular Mobilization Forces fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants south of Mosul.— STRINGER / Reuters
A baby wears a knitted Navy during a commissioning ceremony for the U.S. Navy attack submarine USS Illinois, in Groton, Connecticut. First lady Michelle Obama is the ship's sponsor.— Jessica Hill / AP
In this Thursday, Oct. 27th photo, residents work on a skeleton representation as part of the Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico City. The capital city will hold its first Day of the Dead parade Saturday, complete with floats, giant skeleton marionettes and over 1,000 actors, dancers and acrobats in costumes.— Marco Ugarte / AP
Bryan Chang, a dental hygiene student at Washington Institute of Technology, wears Halloween face paint as he works with a patient as people get free dental, vision and medical care during the Seattle/King County Clinic at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington.— JASON REDMOND / AFP - Getty Images
Demonstrators attend a protest against the investiture of acting Prime Minister and Popular Party leader Mariano Rajoy in Madrid, Spain.— PAUL HANNA / Reuters