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Tuesday Dec. 29, Our World In Pictures

December 29, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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IRAQ — Islamic State Deaths Continue: Mourners and militiamen carry coffins of three Shiite militiamen during their funeral procession in Najaf on Thursday. The militiamen were killed in Ramadi during fighting with Islamic State militants, their families said.

NEW MEXICO — Sheep Graze in Snow: A flock of sheep look for grass to eat near the town of Encino on Monday. The eastern part of the state was buried from the weekend’s snowstorm.

CUBA — Quinceanera Unites Family: Daniela Santos Torres, 15, waits in a classic American car with her father Ivan Santos to ride to her quinceanera party in Punta Brava on Dec. 20. Daniela left the country when she was 3, returning in December for her quinceanera photos and party. She now lives in Glendale, Arizona, where her father runs a home remodeling business. She said returning to the country for her celebration was “a dream,” allowing her to include her extended family and friends on the island.

TEXAS — Weather Kills Many: Roberta Moses, left, and Monica Holman embrace in Roberta’s storm-damaged front yard in Glenn Heights on Monday. Residents surveyed the destruction from deadly tornadoes in North Texas as the same storm system brought winter woes to the Midwest on Monday, amplifying flooding that’s blamed for more than a dozen deaths and prompting hundreds of flight cancellations.

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