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A bust of the Chinese philosopher Confucius lies on the ground in an abandoned stone-carving workshop in a town about 155 miles southwest of Beijing. The small town in Hebei province has a history of stone carving dating back more than 2,000 years.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAVID GRAY / Reuters

Actor David Warren, who has been playing Santa for the past 10 years, uses a computer monitor with a camera to fix his beard during a break at Santa's Grotto in Selfridges department store.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SUZANNE PLUNKETT / Reuters

Italian police officers celebrate outside police headquarters following the arrest of Michele Zagaria, 53, the most senior boss of the Camorra crime organization who was still at large. Police found him by digging through to a secret bunker near Naples. He had been on the run for 16 years.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROBERTO SALOMONE / AFP / Getty Images

Pedestrians walk around Christmas decorations on the Rua Augusta, Lisbon's main shopping street. The downtown streets usually are ablaze with Christmas lights in December, but this year the city has put on a somber show that matches the somber mood of austerity.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Armando Franca / Associated Press

Students from Nepal Tarun Dal, the youth wing of Nepali Congress Party, wave flaming torches during a protest over a prison brawl in which five people, including the district president of Tarun Dal, were injured.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NAVESH CHITRAKAR / Reuters

Demonstrators watch on Market Street as police and city workers dismantle the Occupy San Francisco encampment at Justin Herman Plaza.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STEPHEN LAM / Reuters

Filipino militant students clash with anti-riot police officers during a march toward the presidential palace, where they planned to camp out.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENNIS M. SABANGAN / EPA

Shaun Wells of Australia competes on day five of the ISAF Sailing World Championships.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark Dadswell / Getty Images

Young people take part in an Indian army recruitment rally.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MUKESH GUPTA / X01838

Kenyan doctors sing slogans on the third day of a nationwide strike. The doctors are demanding a salary hike of 300% from the government, paralyzing health facilities around the country.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NOOR KHAMIS / Reuters

Pakistani children look out through the main door of their shanty.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Fareed Khan / Associated Press

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Wednesday’s Pictures in the News begins in China, where a bust of the Chinese philosopher Confucius lies on the ground in an abandoned stone-carving workshop southwest of Beijing. The small town situated in Hebei province has a history of stone carving dating back more than 2,000 years.

In Europe, Italian policemen celebrate the arrest of Michele Zagaria, the most senior boss of the Camorra criminal organization who was still at large. They found Zagaria by digging through a secret bunker near Naples, ending his 16 years on the run. Over in Portugal, pedestrians walk around Christmas decorations on the Rua Augusta, Lisbon’s main shopping street. The streets of downtown Lisbon are usually ablaze with Christmas lights around this time — but this year the city has put on a somber show that matches the mood of austerity.

On the protest front, demonstrators watch as police dismantle the Occupy San Francisco encampment; Filipino militant students clash with anti-riot police officers during a march toward the presidential palace in Manila; and Kenyan doctors outside the Ministry of Health  in Nairobi sing slogans on the third day of a nationwide strike. The doctors are demanding a salary hike of 300% from the government, paralyzing health facilities around the country.

Add stops in Nepal, Australia, India and Pakistan to round out the report.

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