Africa's week in pictures: 2-8 Nov 2018

A preference of a best photos from opposite Africa and of Africans elsewhere in a universe this week.

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On Saturday a tyro penetrating to turn a conform engineer gets to work in Mogadishu in Somalia.

Fishermen arrange their nets.Image copyright
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While on a same day over in Western Sahara fishermen arrange their nets.

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The Anakao village in Madagascar go fishing on a smaller scale a subsequent day…

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This Anakao fisherman dives right in to a H2O to accumulate a net.

Shura Kitata, left, and Lelisa Desisa, right, run.Image copyright
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On a same day in a US, Ethiopian Lelisa Desisa, right, eventually overtakes compatriot Shura Kitat to win a New York City Marathon.

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The subsequent day, a statue of a Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah raises eyebrows, with some seeking if it looks anything like him.

Brandon Mavuta celebrates.Image copyright
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Also on Tuesday, Zimbabwean cricketer Bradon Mayuta rejoices after a Bangladeshi cricketer is dismissed. Zimbabwe go on to win a exam match.

Ilhan Omar celebrates.Image copyright
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Also celebrating, one time Somali interloper Ilhan Omar is inaugurated into a US House of Representatives.

Women from a Ethiopian Jewish village pray.Image copyright
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The same day in Jerusalem, a lady from a Ethiopian Jewish village prays during a Sigd holiday.

A priestess lies on a building and spits H2O on dual eggs.Image copyright
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A opposite form of festival is noted in Abidjan on a same day by a priestess carrying out a catharsis rite – a Abissa redemption festival.

Polling executive wait for electorate during a polling hire of Isotry district in Antananarivo.Image copyright
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Election officials wait to open a polls on Wednesday for Madagascar’s presidential choosing where 36 people contest for a tip job.

Residents perplexing to deliver their belonging from a glow that scorched overnight a territory of a Anosibe executive marketplace in Antananarivo.Image copyright
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After polls close, disaster strikes as a glow courage buidlings in Madagascar’s capital, Antananarivo, and people deliver what is left.

Prince Charles watches women pounding.Image copyright
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And on Thursday Prince Charles gets a cooking doctrine in Nigeria’s collateral Abuja on his final day of his West African tour.

Pictures from AFP, EPA, Reuters and Getty Images

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