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Friday December 1, Our World in Pictures

December 1, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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NETHERLANDS – Whole Hole: A boat passes through “Whole Hole,” an art work by artists Paul Vendel and Sandra de Wolf which is part of the sixth edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Thursday. Visitors can enjoy the water exhibition with 21 artworks in the historical city centre and the land exhibition with 15 interactive artworks on Marineterrein Amsterdam till Jan. 21 2018. 

HONDURAS – Presidential Supporter Assisted: A supporter of Libre Alliance presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla is assisted by fellow protesters after getting injured during clashes with security forces guarding the institute where election ballots are stored in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Thursday. Protests are growing as incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez emerged with a growing lead for re-election following a reported computer glitch that shut down vote counting for several hours. 

GUATEMALA – Civil War Victim Funerals: People carry coffins with the remains of civil war victims, to place in niche graves in Santa Avelina, Guatemala, Thursday. After seven years of work by forensic anthropologists, including DNA tests to locate relatives, the remains of 172 indigenous Ixil Mayans killed during the civil war between 1978 and 1982 are being buried in their community in the western mountains of Guatemala. 

WASHINGTON D.C. – Capitol at Dawn: The Capitol is seen at dawn as Senate Republicans work to pass their sweeping tax bill this week, in Washington, Thursday. 

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