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The week in pictures
From Cambodian protests to bombings in Russia, Al Jazeera showcases the week in pictures.
Iraqi Christians attend mass on Christmas at St. Joseph Chaldean Church in Baghdad, December 25, 2013.
30 Dec 2013
Tens of thousands of South Sudanese live inside a UN compound in Juba as violence intensifies across the country.
Lebanese police forensic experts inspect the scene of a powerful car bomb explosion that rocked central Beirut. Ex-premier Saad Hariri(***)s top aide Mohammad Chatah, 62, and five other people were killed in the explosion and dozens were wounded.
The flash of a bomb blast illuminates the entrance to a railway station in Volgograd Russia on December 29. More then a dozen people were killed and scores were wounded.
Toronto employees work to restore power following an ice storm in Canada(***)s largest city, December 27. Over 30,000 residents have been left without power since the storm hit on December 22.
A Cambodian opposition supporter dressed as Spider-man stands on a tuk tuk during demonstrations in Phnom Penh.
Pro-European integration protesters held a rally in Independence Square in central Kiev, December 29. Mass demonstrations have been taking place for more than a month as protesters call for President Viktor Yanukovych(***)s resignation.
Gunmen attacked the airport and seized control of the state television headquarters in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo(***)s captial on December 30.
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