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Week in Pictures

The Week in Pictures: Dodgers win and the election looms

"Murder hornets" captured, Zeta becomes a hurricane and a new Supreme Court justice.

Image: Blue Ridge Fire burns in Butterfield Ranch


Residents watch the flames from the Blue Ridge Fire rising from nearby hills as firefighters work at controlling the spread by lighting back fires near Butterfield Ranch, south of Los Angeles, on Oct. 27, 2020.

Etienne Laurent / EPA


Mourners light candles outside the Notre-Dame de l'Assomption Basilica in Nice on Oct. 30, a day after an attacker with a knife killed three people inside the church.

Authorities are investigating the attack as an act of suspected terrorism.

Valery Hache / AFP - Getty Images


Rescuers search for survivors at a collapsed building after a powerful earthquake in Izmir, Turkey, on Oct. 30.

At least 14 people were killed and more than 400 injured when a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and neighboring Greece on Friday.

Mert Cakir / AFP - Getty Images

White House

Justice Clarence Thomas swears in Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court associate justice as her husband Jesse M. Barrett and President Donald Trump watch during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House on Oct. 26.

Nicholas Kamm / AFP - Getty Images
Image: World Series - Tampa Bay Rays v Los Angeles Dodgers  - Game Six

World Series

Chris Taylor, Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 to win the World Series at Globe Life Field on Oct. 27 in Arlington, Texas.

The Los Angeles Dodgers brought a curtain down on the shortest and strangest season of Major League Baseball — and in the process ended a three-decade-long franchise curse.

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A couple sanitizes their hands as they leave the Republique subway station in Paris on Oct. 29.

France prepared to shut down again for a month to try to put the brakes on the fast-moving coronavirus. Schools are allowed to remain open in this new lockdown, which is gentler than what France saw in the spring. But still a shock to restaurants and other businesses ordered to close their doors in one of the world's biggest economies.

Lewis Joly / AP

El Salvador

Survivors of a landslide mourn loved ones in Nejapa, El Salvador, on Oct. 30.

A landslide caused by heavy rains left six people dead, 35 disappeared and some 50 homes buried in the rural community about 9 miles north of San Salvador. 

Yuri Cortez / AFP - Getty Images
Image: Early voting ends in Louisiana

New Orleans

Voters line up to cast their ballots during early voting in New Orleans as Tropical Storm Zeta approached the Gulf Coast on Oct. 27. 

Kathleen Flynn / Reuters
Image: Donald Trump Campaigns For Re-Election In Michigan


Supporters watch a video of President Donald Trump while waiting for his arrival at a rally on Oct. 27 in Lansing, Mich.

Trump won Michigan in 2016 by less than 11,000 votes, the narrowest margin of victory in the state's presidential election history. 

Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
Image: BESTPIX - Joe Biden Campaigns For President In Florida


Joe Biden concludes his remarks during a downpour at a drive-in campaign rally at the Florida State Fairgrounds on Oct. 29 in Tampa, Fla.

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Washington state

Washington State Department of Agriculture workers disconnect hoses from a cannister of Asian giant hornets vacuumed from a tree on Oct. 24, in Blaine, Wash.

The first "murder hornet" nest discovered in the United States was successfully destroyed, Washington state agriculture officials said Monday.

Elaine Thompson / AP
Image: Hurricane Zeta Barrels Down On Louisiana Coast


Tom Nguyn surveys the damage to his nail salon from Hurricane Zeta on Oct. 29, in Chalmette, La.

Zeta knocked out power to more than 2 million people across several states.

Sandy Huffaker / Getty Images


Protesters confront police during a march on Oct. 27 in Philadelphia. Hundreds of demonstrators marched in West Philadelphia over the death of Walter Wallace, a Black man who was killed by police in Philadelphia on Monday. Police shot and killed the 27-year-old on a Philadelphia street after yelling at him to drop his knife. 

Family said Walter Wallace Jr., needed mental health treatment. His relatives said they called 911 requesting an ambulance and hoped he could receive medical intervention. But police arrived first.

Matt Slocum / AP file


Police officers look at their mobile phones after the city imposed a 9 p.m. curfew in Philadelphia on Oct. 28, following two nights of protest and unrest. Thousands of people have taken to Philadelphia's streets, with looting and violence breaking out, since police fatally shot 27-year-old Walter Wallace, who was carrying a knife.

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Image: U.S. Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris holds a campaign event in Phoenix


A girl blows soap bubbles during a campaign rally held by Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris in Phoenix on Oct. 28. 

Edgard Garrido / Reuters
Image: People attend a campaign event by U.S. President Donald Trump in Omaha, Nebraska


Supporters attend a rally for President Donald Trump at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Neb., on Oct. 27. 

Hundreds of Trump's supporters were left in the freezing cold for hours after Tuesday's rally with some walking around 3 miles to waiting buses while others were taken away in ambulances.

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters
Image: Silverado Fire In Orange Country, California Forces Evacuations


Firefighters surround a house as the Silverado Fire approaches a home in Irvine, Calif., on Oct. 26.

Mario Tama / Getty Images


A newly-married couple embrace inside the Holy Savior Cathedral, damaged during fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces, in Shusha in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh on Oct. 24.

The region is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but has been under de facto Armenian control since the early 1990s.

Last week's gallery: World Series drive-in and Obama hits back

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