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A Thai flood victim rests under a mosquito net at a relief center in Bangkok. Since July, more than a fifth of the country's 64 million people have been affected by the worst flooding in more than half a century.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Altaf Qadri / Associated Press

A health worker fumigates a flooded neighborhood on the outskirts of Bangkok as the country tries to recover from the worst flooding in more than 50 years.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Altaf Qadri / Associated Press

The Castor transport train carrying nuclear waste treated in France passes the Franco-German border between Forbach and Saarbruecken on its 935-mile journey to Gorleben in Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Daniel Roland / AFP/Getty Images

Masked members of Iran's paramilitary Basij militia parade in front of the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran to mark national Basij week. Iran has dismissed a U.S. news report implicating it in a chemical weapons cache uncovered in Libya, saying it was a champion in fighting to eradicate such arms.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Atta Kenare / AFP/Getty Images

Anti-government protesters calling for the fall of the Bahraini government, freedom for prisoners and democracy in the Gulf island kingdom participate in a rally that drew tens of thousands to Maqsha, near the capital, Manama.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hasan Jamali / Associated Press

A museum employee passes an installation titled "Forever Bicycles" at an exhibition by outspoken Chinese artist Ai Weiwei at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou visited the exhibition and called on China to protect the artist's freedom of expression.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wally Santana / Associated Press

A shopper waits in line to pay for her purchases at a Target store on Black Friday, the most anticipated shopping day of the year.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff Chiu / Associated Press

Palestinian children form the outline of Pablo Picasso's Dove of Peace at the foot of the Mount of Temptation in the West Bank city of Jericho as part of a project by British aerial artist John Quigley and the United Nations Relief Works Agency. "Peace on Earth," a global musical prayer for peace, will be broadcast globally from Bethlehem's Manger Square on Christmas Day.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ammar Awad / Reuters

Norway's Tom Hilde soars through the air during a training round for the World Cup ski jumping event at the Ruka ski resort near Kuusamo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Leonhard Foeger / Reuters

Taiga, a polar bear cub recently transferred from the Saint-Felicien zoo, plays in a pool at Aquarium Park in Quebec City.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jacques Boissinot / The Canadian Press/AP

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In today’s Pictures in the News, a Thai flood victim rests under a mosquito net at a relief center in Bangkok as a health worker fumigates a flooded neighborhood on the outskirts of the city. Since July, more than a fifth of the country’s population of 64 million have been affected by the worst flooding in more than half a century.

A transport train carrying nuclear waste treated in France crosses the Franco-German border on its 935-mile journey to Gorleben; masked members of Iran’s paramilitary Basij militia parade in front of the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran to mark national Basij week; while in Bahrain, anti-government protesters call for the fall of the government, freedom for prisoners and democracy in the Gulf island kingdom.

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei exhibits at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan; Palestinian children form the outline of Pablo Picasso’s “Dove of Peace” at the foot of the Mount of Temptation in the West Bank city of Jericho; and Taiga, a polar bear cub recently transferred from the Saint-Felicien zoo, plays in a pool at Aquarium Park in Quebec City, Canada.

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