In the image a suspected dengue pantient is seen being brought to tratment to a dengue screening ward in a hospital in New Delhi. The number of deaths in India due to an outbreak of dengue and chikungunya mosquito-borne diseases touched 100 today, a hospital official said, as authorities struggled to contain the spread of the diseases. Ver más.
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A general view shows the Pyramid of Peace and Accord in Astana. The 62 meter high pyramid designed by British architect Lord Norman Foster was commissioned by President Nursultan Nazarbayev to host a congress of world religious leaders, an event he dreamt up in order to put Kazakhstan on the map as a serious player in global affairs. Ver más.
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An Indian artist gives the finishing touches to a statue of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi, who represents money or wealth, prior to the celebration of Diwali, in Hyderabad. The Diwali festival is often referred to as the Festival of Lights, and during this time candles and lamps are lit as a greeting to Lakshmi. Ver más.
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Singers dressed as Red Army soldiers perform on stage yesterday during a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the Long March, in Chengdu, China´s Sichuan province. The Long March was a massive military retreat by the communist army in which thousands trekked 9,600km (6,000 miles) to evade the pursuit of the Kuomintang army. The trek from 1934 to 1936 enabled the communists to go on and overcome nationalist forces and establish communist China in 1949. Ver más.
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Darcy Lusher, 8, from Norfolk, England, one of many school children from across the UK to celebrate this years Diwali festival, with a world record attempt to create the largest ever Rangoli pattern, in London. The Rangoli design, a colorurful Indian art form traditionally used to decorate homes during Diwali, is made from foods including yellow split peas, green and red lentils, maize and kidney beans, and covers 900 square meters. Ver más.
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A couple of ghoulish monsters roam the streets of Belfast, Northern Ireland, to promote Belfast´s Halloween spectacular event. The Metro Monster Mash will take place at the Odysseys Arena on Tuesday the 31st. Ver más.
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