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  1. Iraq Shiite

    A banner in Baghdad commemorates the deaths in battle of two members of a Shiite militia in Iraq, on Oct. 21. The fighters are described as "martyrs who defended faith and dignity.'' Shiite militias are fighting alongside Shiite-dominated Iraqi security forces against Islamic State militants. (David Zucchino/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
  2. Baghdad

    Volunteers pass out free cups of tea at one of the countless way stations set up in Baghdad by Shiite Muslim businesses, organizations and militias during the sacred first month of the new Islamic year. (Jonathan S. Landay/MCT)
  3. Taveras

    Oscar Taveras' casket is carried overhead the final few feet because the crowds were too thick to walk the casket through at the Cementerio Municipal on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, in Sosua, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. The St. Louis Cardinals prospect died in a car accident. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)
  4. Flesh eaters

    The skeleton of a gorilla that had been cleaned by the beetles. This had been a captive gorilla (in a zoo) and one thing they discovered from the skeleton is that its spine had been fused together as a result of its years of captivity. (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
  5. Mexico missing

    A makeshift altar includes a tiny skull on the charred esplanade of Iguala City Hall in Mexico on Oct. 29. Masked protesters torched the building Oct. 22 in anger over the disappearance of 43 student teachers. (Tim Johnson/McClatchy/MCT)
  6. Dalai Lama

    The Dalai Lama laughs during his talk, "Develop the Heart: A talk with his Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama," held on Tuesday at the Princeton University gymnasium in Princeton, N.J. (Michael S. Wirtz/Philadelphia Inquirer/MCT)
  7. Ebola study

    Dr. Charles Chiu, director of the University of California at San Francisco's Abbott Viral Diagnostics and Discovery Center at China Basin, in San Francisco, on Oct. 23. Chiu is studying the genetic code of the Ebola virus. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group/MCT)

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