The Gunners celebrate, Biden says no, centuries old church resurfaces, tears shed in Gaza and more…
1. A mosaic of images of 32 migrants from 32 different nationalities that have crossed the Austria-Hungary border this year.
2. Arsenal players celebrate their second goal in the Champions League in their game against Bayern Munich. Arsenal won the match 2-0.
3. Justin Trudeau, second generation Prime Minister celebrates at party headquarters in Montreal after leading the Canadian Liberal Party to a majority victory.
4. President Obama watches as Joe Biden turns to his wife, Jill after announcing that he will not be running for the presidential nomination in the Rose Garden of the White house.
5. Police on horseback escort hundreds of migrants after they crossed from Croatia in to Slovenia. As the number of migrants continues to rise, so do fears of unrest crime and even Islamic State fighters hiding in the continuing stream of people.
Photo: Redux Pictures
6. North Korean Chae Hoon-shik meets with his south Korean son, Chae Hee-Yang. North Korean families were allowed to reunite with relatives from the south after six decades of staying apart.
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7. Palestinian relatives of Ahmed al-Serhi weep during his funeral in Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza. He was killed by Israeli force in clashes at the border fence that separates the Gaza strip from Israel.
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8. The British Prime minister drinks a pint of beer with the Chinese President Xi Jinping at a pub in North West London. The Chinese Premier is currently in England as a part of a 4 day tour to improve economic ties with Britain.
9. A group of migrants cross the border before Hungarian soldiers closed the border between Hungary and Croatia in Zakany on Oct. 16. The border between Hungary and Croatia has been closed to “illegal” migrants, with barbed wire fences being set up to seal the frontier.
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. As drought lowered water levels in a Mexico reservoir, the remains of 450 year old church known as the Temple of Santiago became visible from the surface of the Grijalva River near the town of Nueva Quechula, in Chiapas state, Mexico. The temple, built by Dominican friars in the region was submerged in 1966 when the Nezahualcoyotl dam was built.
11. Millions lined the streets as the shrine was lit in Amber hues. Muslims from all around the world defy ISIS threats to visit the shrine of Prophet Muhammad’s grandson in Iraqi holy city of Karbala.
12. Geese come in to roost at the Martin Mere Wetlands Centre near Burscough in north-west England. Up to 40,000 pink footed geese can be seen on the reserve at dawn and dusk as they spend the winter in the UK, after flying from Greenland and Iceland.
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13. Students march through the campus of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg during a demonstration against fee rises. Universities in cities including Cape Town, Johannesburg and Pretoria have halted lectures during the protests.
Photo: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty
14. Syrian boys stand amid the destruction following an airstrike that, according to reports, was conducted by forces loyal to the Syrian government on the rebel-held area of Douma.
Photo: Mohammed Badra/EPA
15. Hurricane Patricia, one of the largest hurricanes ever in the Western Hemisphere as seen from the International Space Station.