Residents displaced by Sandy return to their homes after floodwaters receded enough to make their neighborhood reachable by foot.
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A portion of Atlantic City's boardwalk and waterfront properties were wiped out by Sandy.
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Trading resumed at the New York Stock Exchange after being suspended for two days because of Sandy.
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A man looks at a painting by Harding Meyer at the Voss gallery as preparations are underway for the 10th edition of the Art.Fair.
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A woman walks in a cemetery on the eve of All Saints Day.
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Relatives spruce up the tombs of their loved ones in preparation for All Saints' Day, when Filipinos visit the graves of the departed.
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A salmon leaps into the air while attempting to climb a fish ladder on the river Etterick. Each year salmon return from the sea where they have spent two to four years feeding, swimming upstream to spawn in the same fresh waters where they hatched.
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Animal welfare activists stage a protest in front of Rome's zoo, where an antelope, a chimpanzee and an elephant have all recently died.
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A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Zhao Yakun for JOOOYS wedding dress collection during China Fashion Week.
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Models get final primping before stepping onto the catwalk at the China Fashion Designer Top Award Winners Collection show during China Fashion Week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: HOW HWEE YOUNG / EPALink
Rakhine children pump water for their family at the Ywagyi North relief camp in western Myanmar. More than 80 people were killed and more than 22,000 displaced in Myanmar last week in sectarian violence between Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims.
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Jesse Sylvia, center, exults as friends and fans erupt in celebration after Sylvia survived a World Series of Poker Texas Hold 'Em showdown by completing a straight on the river card.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julie Jacobson / Associated PressLink
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