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From torrential downpours in the Arabian Peninsula to elections in Mali, Al Jazeera showcases the week in pictures.
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A car drives through a flooded street after heavy rains in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on November 19.



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Algeria's national football team celebrates after winning the qualifying round to the 2014 World Cup against Burkina Faso. 



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Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed by a bomb attack in Baghdad on November 21. Iraq has seen a spike in violence in recent months.



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Central Africans demonstrate for peace on the streets of Bangui on November 22. The Central African Republic has slid into anarchy since the predominantly Muslim Seleka rebel group seized the capital Bangui in March, ousting President Francois Bozize and unleashing a wave of violence.



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Attendees stand during the singing of the US national anthem at ceremonies marking the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.



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Malians voted in parliamentary elections on November 24, amid concerns over security following attacks in the city of Gao and the kidnapping and killing of two French journalists earlier this month. Some 1,080 candidates, including 135 women, are competing for 147 seats in the elections, which will go to a second round on December 15.



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Mount Sinabung spews volcanic material as seen from North Sumatra, Indonesia. Nearly 15,000 people in in the surrounding towns have been evacuated.


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Hundreds of participants dance under a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride parade on November 24.




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Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed by a bomb attack in Baghdad on November 21. Iraq has seen a spike in violence in recent months.

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Central Africans demonstrate for peace on the streets of Bangui on November 22. The Central African Republic has slid into anarchy since the predominantly Muslim Seleka rebel group seized the capital Bangui in March, ousting President Francois Bozize and unleashing a wave of violence.

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Attendees stand during the singing of the US national anthem at ceremonies marking the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.

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Hundreds of participants dance under a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride parade on November 24.

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A car drives through a flooded street after heavy rains in Riyadh November 19.

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A car drives through a flooded street after heavy rains in Riyadh November 19.

Algeria's Mbolhi and Kadir celebrate after winning their 2014 World Cup qualifying second leg playoff soccer match against Burkina Faso at Tchaker Stadium in Blidahttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/algerias-mbolhi-and-kadir-celebrate-after-winning-their-2014-world-cup-qualifying-second-leg-playoff-soccer-match-against-burkina-faso-at-tchaker-stadium-in-blida/7bb4eacd2d734341cde4fcb33e12d77e

Algeria's Rais Mbolhi (2nd R) and Fouad Kadir celebrate after winning their 2014 World Cup qualifying second leg playoff soccer match against Burkina Faso on November 19.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/algerias-mbolhi-and-kadir-celebrate-after-winning-their-2014-world-cup-qualifying-second-leg-playoff-soccer-match-against-burkina-faso-at-tchaker-stadium-in-blida/7bb4eacd2d734341cde4fcb33e12d77eLouafi Larbi/ReutersAlgeria's Mbolhi and Kadir celebrate after winning their 2014 World Cup qualifying second leg playoff soccer match against Burkina Faso at Tchaker Stadium in Blida

Algeria's Rais Mbolhi (2nd R) and Fouad Kadir celebrate after winning their 2014 World Cup qualifying second leg playoff soccer match against Burkina Faso on November 19.

Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed by a bomb attack in Baghdad's al-Bayaa districthttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/mourners-carry-the-coffin-of-a-victim-killed-by-a-bomb-attack-in-baghdads-al-bayaa-district/95be2a51ffee3229b692f04236dcef75

Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed by a bomb attack in Baghdad's al-Bayaa district November 21. Iraq has seen a recent spike in violence in recent months.

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Mourners carry the coffin of a victim killed by a bomb attack in Baghdad's al-Bayaa district November 21. Iraq has seen a recent spike in violence in recent months.

Central Africans demonstrate for peace on the streets of Banguihttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/central-africans-demonstrate-for-peace-on-the-streets-of-bangui/5a792fe0b32c050cf49ecca0360b75a1

Central Africans demonstrate for peace on the streets of Bangui on November 22. The country has slid into anarchy since the mostly Muslim Seleka fighters seized the capital Bangui in March, ousting President Francois Bozize and unleashing a wave of violence.

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Central Africans demonstrate for peace on the streets of Bangui on November 22. The country has slid into anarchy since the mostly Muslim Seleka fighters seized the capital Bangui in March, ousting President Francois Bozize and unleashing a wave of violence.

Attendees stand during the singing of the U.S.national anthem at ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination in Dallashttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/attendees-stand-during-the-singing-of-the-usnational-anthem-at-ceremonies-marking-the-50th-anniversary-of-jfks-assassination-in-dallas/632f4a2e60193fe4541cf18b12940fea

Attendees stand during the singing of the US national anthem at ceremonies marking the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.

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Attendees stand during the singing of the US national anthem at ceremonies marking the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.

Mali elects parliament amid security concernshttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/mali-elects-parliament-amid-security-concerns/e7bb7d0576173785106fec3b2f2b1e03

Malians voted in parliamentary elections elections on November 24, amid concerns over security following attacks in the city of Gao and the kidnapping and killing of two French journalists earlier this month. Some 1,080 candidates, including 135 women, are competing for 147 seats in the elections, which will go to a second round on December 15.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/mali-elects-parliament-amid-security-concerns/e7bb7d0576173785106fec3b2f2b1e03EPA/TANYA BINDRAMali elects parliament amid security concerns

Malians voted in parliamentary elections elections on November 24, amid concerns over security following attacks in the city of Gao and the kidnapping and killing of two French journalists earlier this month. Some 1,080 candidates, including 135 women, are competing for 147 seats in the elections, which will go to a second round on December 15.

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Mount Sinabung spews volcanic material as seen from North Sumatra, Indonesia. Nearly 15,000 people in in the surrounding towns have been evacuated.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/no-caption/7c74ae5b60caf61a4d7b94dee1a43d02AP Photo/Dedy Zulkifli

Mount Sinabung spews volcanic material as seen from North Sumatra, Indonesia. Nearly 15,000 people in in the surrounding towns have been evacuated.

Participants dance under a a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride paradehttp://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/participants-dance-under-a-a-rainbow-flag-as-they-attend-the-sixth-delhi-queer-pride-parade/092a7a164fe12df7cfc544e867bee18e

Hundreds of participants dance under a a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride parade on November 24.

http://aljazeera.galleries.newscred.com/gallery/The_week_in_pictures_11/25/slideshow/participants-dance-under-a-a-rainbow-flag-as-they-attend-the-sixth-delhi-queer-pride-parade/092a7a164fe12df7cfc544e867bee18eMansi Thapliyal/ReutersParticipants dance under a a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride parade

Hundreds of participants dance under a a rainbow flag as they attend the sixth Delhi Queer Pride parade on November 24.



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