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Hundreds of messages are stuck on the wall of the Legislative Counsel building in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong

School children dressed as Mahatma Gandhi take part in a march to mark the 145th birth anniversary of Gandhi in New Delhi

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School children dressed as Mahatma Gandhi take part in a march to mark the 145th anniversary of the birth of Gandhi in New Delhi, India.

Pro-democracy demonstrators display placards as they gather near a ceremony marking China's 65th National Day in Hong Kong on October 1, 2014. Hong Kong protesters who braved thunderstorms to stage their third night of pro-democracy rallies began massing on October 1 at the city's Golden Bauhinia Square as China's National Day holiday lent their campaign for free elections fresh momentum.

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Pro-democracy demonstrators display placards as they gather near a ceremony marking China’s 65th National Day in Hong Kong on Wednesday

A pair of U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles fly over northern Iraq...A pair of U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles fly over northern Iraq after conducting airstrikes in Syria, in this U.S. Air Force handout photo taken early in the morning of September 23, 2014. These aircraft were part of a large coalition strike package that was the first to strike ISIL targets in Syria. At least 14 Islamic State fighters were killed in air strikes by U.S.-led forces overnight in northeast Syria, a group monitoring the war said on September 25, 2014, and the Syrian air force bombed rebel areas in the west of the country. REUTERS/U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Matthew Bruch/Handout  (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS.

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A pair of U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles fly over northern Iraq after conducting airstrikes in Syria, in this U.S. These aircraft were part of a large coalition strike package that was the first to strike ISIS targets in Syria. At least 14 Islamic State fighters were killed in air strikes by U.S.-led forces overnight in northeast Syria, a group monitoring the war said on Thursday and the Syrian air force bombed rebel areas in the west of the country.

TOPSHOTS Syrian Kurds cross the border b...TOPSHOTS Syrian Kurds cross the border between Syria and Turkey at the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province, on September 24, 2014. The numbers of Kurdish refugees fleeing into Turkey to escape the advance of Islamic State jihadists in northern Syria has slowed considerably over the last few days, Turkish officials said on Wednesday. AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILIC. AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

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Syrian Kurds cross the border between Syria and Turkey at the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province. The numbers of Kurdish refugees fleeing into Turkey to escape the advance of Islamic State jihadists in northern Syria has slowed considerably over the last few days, Turkish officials said on Wednesday. Read more

Lightning strikes over the sea along the...Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port au Prince,  during an evening thunderstorm on September 24, 2014

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Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, during an evening thunderstorm. Read more

Syrian children hold up debris as they c...Syrian children hold up debris as they check a damaged house, reportedly hit by US-led coalition air strikes, in the village of Kfar Derian in the western Aleppo province on September 23, 2014. US-led coalition air strikes killed 30 Al-Qaeda militants in western Aleppo province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group. AFP PHOTO/SAMI ALISami Ali/AFP/Getty Images

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Syrian children hold up debris as they check a damaged house, reportedly hit by US-led coalition air strikes against Isis, in the village of Kfar Derian in the western Aleppo province Read more

Angry farmers dump cauliflowers in front of the prefecture building of Saint-Brieuc, northwestern France, as riot policemen onwatch, on September 24, 2014, as part of a protest against falling prices and revenues, as the vegetable sector is being hit by a drop in prices, and by a Russian embargo on Western products due to the crisis in Ukraine.  AFP PHOTO / FRED TANNEAU

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Angry farmers dump cauliflowers in front of the prefecture building of Saint-Brieuc, northwestern France, as riot police look on. The farmers are protesting against falling prices and revenues, as the vegetable sector is being hit by price drops, and by a Russian embargo on western products.

Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada speaks to the media after he was acquitted at the State Security Court in Amman

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Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada speaks to the media after he was acquitted at the State Security Court in Amman. The Jordanian court acquitted him of charges of providing spiritual and material support for a plot to attack tourists during Jordan’s New Year celebrations in 2000, a judicial source said.

A Filipino boy swims among washed up rubbish in Manila bay, the Philippines, 23 September 2014. Countries and organizations began to announce measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and divest in fossil fuels on the one-day UN Climate Summit, where more pledges to reduce climate change are expected. Addressing the controversial issue of taxing or trading in carbon emissions, the World Bank on 22 September 2014, identified at least 73 countries that advocate putting a price on the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. They represent a combined 54 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming, and include major emitters China, Russia and members of the European Union, emerging markets Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa, and vulnerable island countries including the Philippines, Kiribati and Nauru.  EPA/RITCHIE B. TONGO

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A Filipino boy swims among the washed-up rubbish in Manila bay, the Philippines. Countries have begun announcing measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cut fossil fuels during the one-day UN Climate Summit in New York