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The Week in Pictures: Nov. 4 - 11

Jubilant Trump supporters, despondent Clinton backers, football in Iraq and more of the week's best pictures.


A child practices a traditional dance during the third edition of the Souq al-Qattara festival on Nov. 11 in al-Ain, on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi. The festival, running until Nov. 12, showcases Emirati heritage with workshops, live performances, traditional handicrafts and competitions.

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Workers and guests observe a two-minute silence for Armistice Day in the Lloyd's Building on Nov. 11 in London. People all across the U.K. paused for two minutes to commemorate the moment the guns fell silent at the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918.

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A Kurdish Peshmerga fighter plays with comrades with an American-style football after returning from combat against ISIS fighters in Bashiqa, Iraq, on Nov. 9.

Operations are still ongoing but Kurdish forces are finding less and less resistance as they move from house to house searching properties and clearing out a network of underground tunnels dug by ISIS linking large parts of the city.

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Supporters cheer for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during a campaign rally at the Freedom Hill Amphitheater on Nov. 6 in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

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Hillary Clinton supporters watch results come in on a big screen at her election night event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York on Nov. 8.

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Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump cheer as they watch election returns during an election night rally on Nov. 8 in New York.

PHOTOS: Team Trump Celebrates Surprise Election Victory

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A man mourns Hillary Clinton's loss at the Javits Center in New York, where Clinton was holding her election night event, early on Nov. 9. Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the U.S. on Tuesday in a stunning upset. After a long campaign, Hillary Clinton acknowledged that the loss cuts deep. "This is painful, and it will be for a long time," she said.

PHOTOS: Stunned Clinton Supporters Take in Election Results

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Hillary Clinton addresses her staff and supporters after her loss in the presidential election as her husband, former President Bill Clinton, left, and her running mate Tim Kaine applaud at a hotel in New York on Nov. 9.

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Staff listen as President Barack Obama speaks about the election results on Nov. 9 in the Rose Garden at the White House. Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett is at left, White House Communications Director Jen Psaki is at center and National Security Adviser Susan Rice is to Psaki's left.

Susan Walsh / AP
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President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump shake hands following their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House on Nov. 10.

PHOTOS: President-Elect Tours Washington

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Demostrators protest on top of a bus outside of the Trump Tower on Nov. 9 in Chicago. Thousands of people in several cities across the country took to the streets a day after Donald Trump was elected president.

PHOTOS: Scenes of Fury in Portland 

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A member of the U.S. Air Force marches in the nation's largest Veterans Day Parade in New York City on Nov. 11. Known as "America's Parade," it features over 20,000 participants, including veterans of numerous eras, military units, businesses and high school bands and civic and youth groups.
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Devotees worship the Hindu sun god in the waters of the Arabian Sea during Chhath Puja in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 6.

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Children use pieces of plastic debris to slide down the roof of a building destroyed by an airstrike in Qayara, south of Mosul, Iraq, on Nov. 6. The Mosul offensive has slowed in recent days as Iraqi forces have pushed into more densely populated areas, where they cannot rely as much on airstrikes and shelling because of the risk posed to civilians.

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People look out at the Statue of Liberty from the Staten Island Ferry on Nov. 9 in New York City.

The Week in Pictures: Oct. 28 - Nov. 4

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