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Our world in photos: October 7

October 7, 2020 Noah Singer
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INDIA — Vivid colors: Laborers hung colored yarn to dry in Santipur on Saturday. Many of the skilled weavers from this small town are from weaver families that arrived from Bangladesh during the partition years. Photo: Bikas Das/AP


IRAQ — On the way: Shiite pilgrims arrived in Karbala on Tuesday for the Arba‘een holiday, which follows a forty-day mourning period commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson. Photo: Anmar Khalil/AP


BELGIUM — Upside down: Student Ting Kuan Zhao worked on a performance during a class at the Superior School of Circus in Brussels on Wednesday. Photo: Francisco Seco/AP


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GERMANY — COVID delay: A chain carousel sat empty in Frankfurt on Wednesday, ahead of the delayed opening of the annual “autumn market.” Photo: Michael Probst/AP


SENEGAL — Gathered together: Pilgrims from the Mouride Brotherhood arrived at the Grand Mosque of Touba in Senegal on Tuesday during the annual celebration of the Grand Magal of Touba. Photo: Leo Correa/AP


KENYA — Found innocent: Liban Abdullah Omar, who was found innocent of supporting the gunmen involved in the Westgate Mall attack in Sept. 2013, wiped his eye after the verdict was delivered in Nairobi on Wednesday. Photo: Brian Inganga/AP


SPAIN — Physical distancing: A “no trespassing” sign was used to keep social distancing guidelines at a vegetable shop in Madrid on Tuesday. Photo: Bernat Armangue/AP


FRANCE — Winding up: Italy’s Martina Trevisan waited to play a shot against Poland’s Iga Swiatek during the French Open in Paris on Tuesday. Photo: Alessandra Tarantino/AP


INDONESIA — Filling the streets: Indonesian workers marched during a protest in Tangerang on Wednesday against a controversial omnibus bill on job creation that they say weakens labor rights and harms the environment. Photo: Dita Alangkara/AP

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