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The week in 34 photos

Updated 11:58 AM ET, Fri October 16, 2015
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U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders shakes hands with fellow presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Democratic debate in Las Vegas on Tuesday, October 13. The lighthearted moment came after Sanders gave his take on the Clinton email scandal. "The American people are sick and tired of hearing about the damn emails," Sanders said. "Enough of the emails. Let's talk about the real issues facing the United States of America." LUCY NICHOLSON/Reuters/Landov
An injured man hugs an injured woman after a bombing at a peace rally in Ankara, Turkey, on Saturday, October 10. There were two explosions during the rally, which called for an end to the renewed conflict between the Kurdistan Workers' Party and the Turkish government. At least 99 people were killed, officials said, and more than 240 were injured. TUMAY BERKIN/Reuters/Landov
Rice terraces in Yuanyang, China, reflect the colors of twilight on Monday, October 12. Alex Goh Chun Seong/mediadrumworld.com/ZUMA Press
North Korean veterans gather before the start of a massive military parade in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Saturday, October 10. Maye-E Wong/AP
Television personalities Kris Jenner, left, and Kim Kardashian, third from right, leave the Las Vegas hospital where basketball player Lamar Odom was being treated on Wednesday, October 14. The day before, Odom was found unconscious at a brothel in Crystal, Nevada. Odom is technically still married to Khloe Kardashian, Jenner's daughter and Kim's sister. The couple signed divorce papers earlier this year, but the divorce has not been finalized, a source told CNN. Steven Lawton/Getty Images
Children react to the dissection of a dead lion at the Odense Zoo in Odense, Denmark, on Thursday, October 15. The zoo euthanized the lion earlier this year because it couldn't find another home for it. The dissection was meant to be educational, but some people on social media were horrified by the decision. Ole Frederiksen/Polfoto/AP
Wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is displayed in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands, on Tuesday, October 13. The Boeing 777 was heading from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Malaysia when it was shot down over Ukrainian territory on July 17, 2014. All 298 people aboard the aircraft died. The Dutch Safety Board, which took the lead in the crash investigation at the request of Ukraine, reported Tuesday that the plane crashed after a missile warhead exploded outside the cockpit. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images
London Mayor Boris Johnson knocks over 10-year-old Toki Sekiguchi during a touch rugby game in Tokyo on Thursday, October 15. "I accidentally flattened a 10-year-old on TV unfortunately," Johnson said in a speech to British and American businessmen. "But he bounced back, he put it behind him. The smile returned rapidly to his face." Stefan Rousseau/PA/AP
Locals gather around a dead whale shark that was caught by fishermen near Surabaya, Indonesia, on Monday, October 12. JUNI KRISWANTO/AFP/Getty Images
During his weekly audience at the Vatican, Pope Francis meets with some of the Chilean miners who were dramatically rescued after an accident in 2010. The miners, who are in Rome promoting a new film about the mine disaster, posed for photos and presented gifts to the Pope. VINCENZO PINTO/AFP/Getty Images
Mourners carry the body of Muataz Ibrahim Zawahra, a Palestinian man who was killed in clashes with Israeli troops near the West Bank city of Bethlehem on Tuesday, October 13. In recent days, there has been a spike in violence across Israel and the Palestinian territories. Nasser Nasser/AP
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men gather around the body of Yeshayahu Kirshavski during his funeral in Jerusalem on Tuesday, October 13. According to the Times of Israel, Kirshavski was killed by a Palestinian in a car-ramming attack. Oded Balilty/AP
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, foreground, talks to a guest at the University of Surrey, where she officially opened a state-of-the-art veterinary school Thursday, October 15, in Guildford, England. Peter Nicholls/PA Wire/ZUMA Press
Children hang from the bumper of a vintage car as they play in a flooded street in Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday, October 14. The street was flooded after heavy rain. Ramon Espinosa/AP
The Cotopaxi volcano spews ash near Quito, Ecuador, on Friday, October 9. RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images
A model receives some final touches before a fashion show in Lisbon, Portugal, on Friday, October 9. RAFAEL MARCHANTE/Reuters/Landov
A man dressed as Edward Scissorhands applies makeup in the bathroom during New York Comic Con on Friday, October 9. ANDREW KELLY/Reuters/Landov
A cow runs past troops from the United States and the Philippines as they take part in a joint exercise at a naval base in San Antonio, Philippines, on Friday, October 9. ERIK DE CASTRO/Reuters/Landov
Men carry a work by Domenico Beccafumi for a Frieze Week exhibition in London on Saturday, October 10. Behind them is Frank Stella's "Delaware Crossing." Tristan Fewings/Getty Images
Two U.S. jets release flares after they fueled up over Southwest Asia on Tuesday, October 13. Senior Airman Taylor Queen/U.S. Air Forces
Family members of police officers who died in the line of duty touch the names of their loved ones during a ceremony at the Police Memorial Wall in New York on Tuesday, October 13. Mary Altaffer/AP
Giant pumpkins are displayed Monday, October 12, at the Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off, an annual event held in Half Moon Bay, California. The winner this year weighed 1,969 pounds. JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images
Protesters throw stones at police during a march in Santiago, Chile, on Monday, October 12. The march was organized by indigenous groups demanding autonomy and the recovery of ancestral land. Protesters also demonstrated against Chile's anti-terrorism law. Luis Hidalgo/AP
Dancers from the United Kingdom's Candoco Dance Co. perform at a festival in Guanajuato, Mexico, on Sunday, October 11. The dance company integrates disabled and non-disabled dancers. Mario Armas/AP
A man in Los Angeles is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Wednesday, October 14. Agents said the undocumented immigrant was a convicted criminal and gang member who had previously been deported and would be again. John Moore/Getty Images
A performer dressed as British cartoon character Danger Mouse waits outside an exhibition center in London on Tuesday, October 13. Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images
Dead cows are washed up on Brazil's Gatos Mortos beach on Tuesday, October 13. A Lebanese ship loaded with about 5,000 cows capsized earlier this month at a port in Barcarena, Brazil. Most of them perished. Tarso Sarraf/Reuters/Landov
Syrian army personnel fire a cannon in the country's Latakia Governorate on Saturday, October 10. The Syrian army, backed by Russia, has launched a recent offensive against rebels in central and northwestern regions. Alexander Kots/Komsomolskaya Pravda/AP
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, left, talks with Bolivian President Evo Morales during the inauguration of a sports arena in Vila Vila, Bolivia, on Sunday, October 11. Ban was in the country for a conference on climate change. DAVID MERCADO/Reuters/Landov
A firefighter walks by a charred mobile home that was destroyed after a small plane crashed in Lake Worth, Florida, on Tuesday, October 13. The pilot of the plane was killed, as was one person on the ground, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. Thomas Cordy/Palm Beach Post/AP
Wind hits two girls in Washington as they watch U.S. President Barack Obama take off on a helicopter on Friday, October 9. Jacquelyn Martin/AP
A diver with the Indonesian Navy rescues Fransiskus Subihardayan, a 22-year-old man who had survived in a lake for more than two days after the helicopter he was traveling in crashed into the water. Subihardayan clung to floating plants before he was rescued on Tuesday, October 13. INDONESIAN NAVY/AFP/Getty Images
People pray next to St. Maria Goretti, whose remains were displayed at a church in Orland Park, Illinois, on Wednesday, October 14. Goretti, the youngest canonized saint in the Catholic Church, was murdered during an attempted rape in 1902. Her skeletal remains are encased in a wax statue and displayed in a glass-sided casket. Scott Olson/Getty Images
Refugees play basketball outside a shelter in Sundbyberg, Sweden, on Tuesday, October 13. See last week in 34 photos JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images