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REWIND: Top PHOTOS of the last 24 hours

Last updated on: November 15, 2011 09:49 IST

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A collection of some of the best photos from around the world in the last 24 hours

A mourner wears a photograph of boxing great Joe Frazier on his hat as he arrives at Frazier's funeral at the Enon Tabernacle Baptist church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 14.

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Photographs: Tim Shaffer/Reuters
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A demonstrator with Occupy Oakland blocks traffic near Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California November 14, 2011. Police moved in early Monday and dismantled the tent encampment on the plaza.

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Photographs: Robert Galbraith/Reuters
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Brazil's Jonas Oliviera celebrates after scoring against Egypt's during their international friendly match in Doha

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Photographs: Fadi Al-Assaad/Reuters
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A model presents a creation from the "Shades of Qipao" collection by Hajaba of Malaysia during the "Oriental Charm" Islamic Fashion Festival in Kuala Lumpur

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Photographs: Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters
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A man and his dog get a ride on a boat through his flooded neighbourhood in Bangkok

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Photographs: Kerek Wongsa/Reuters
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Children play in Rocinha slum, which after its occupation will be to install a Peacekeeping Unit (UPP), in Rio de Janeiro. Three thousand troops backed by helicopters and armoured vehicles occupied Rio de Janeiro's largest slum without firing a shot on Sunday, the biggest step in the Brazilian city's bid to improve security and end the reign of drug gangs. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later

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Photographs: Ricardo Moraes/Reuters
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Members of FEW Collective, a hip-hop troupe from Chicago, perform during a concert organized by the US embassy in Islamabad. Considered by many Pakistanis to be public enemy number one, the United States on Monday turned to the musical descendents of rap group Public Enemy in an attempt to counter its highly unpopular image in the south Asian nation.

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Photographs: Faisal Mahmood/Reuters
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Dikla, a female giraffe, licks her one-day-old calf in their enclosure at the Ramat Gan Safari, an open-air zoo near Tel Aviv

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Photographs: Nir Elias/Reuters
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German Chancellor and leader of Germany's conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Angela Merkel eats some chocolate as she listens to a speech during the party convention at the fairground in Leipzig. The CDU will hold its annual party meeting until November 15.

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Photographs: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters
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Submerged vehicles are seen at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province November 14, 2011. Clean-up work is under way at four industrial estates in Thailand's central Ayutthaya province as water has receded after devastating floods last month, and some factories are already back at work, officials said on Monday. Honda Motor Co, the hardest hit of the Japanese car firms, said it would take longer for its production to be up and running again

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Photographs: Damir Sagolj/Reuters
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