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FIERY MATCH
FIERY MATCH: A Panathinaikos fan threw a flare at police during a soccer game against Olympiakos in Athens Monday. The game was abandoned because of escalating violence against police. Nine officers were injured. Away fans weren’t permitted to attend due to restrictions that sought to curb violence. (Zuma Press)

PROTESTING
PROTESTING: Monks protested in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Monday. In Geneva, Sri Lankans have been protesting outside the United Nations over international efforts to hold their nation accountable for alleged abuses during the government’s war with Tamil Tigers that ended in 2009. (S. Kodikara/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

WALL OF SMOKE
WALL OF SMOKE: A wall of smoke rose from a wildfire Sunday, forcing authorities to temporarily close a section of U.S. Highway 34, east of Yuma, Ariz. Evacuated residents of Eckley, Colo., and surrounding areas were allowed to return home after firefighters contained most of the fire. (Tony Rayle/the Yuma Sun/Associated Press)

PEACEFUL RULE
PEACEFUL RULE: The body of Pope Shenouda, the head of Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church, was viewed by Christians inside Abbasiya Cathedral in Cairo Monday. Pope Shenouda died Saturday at the age of 88. Tens of thousands of Christians lined up to pay their final respects. (Khaled Elfiqi/European Pressphoto Agency)

TRADITIONAL SPORT
TRADITIONAL SPORT: Men participated in the traditional sport Buzkashi, in which they vie for the carcass or skin of an animal, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Monday. (Vyacheslav Oseledko/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

JUMP
JUMP: A supporter of former President Mohamed Nasheed threw a bottle toward police during a protest against new President Mohammed Waheed Hassan in Male, Maldives, Monday. Mr. Hassan opened parliament weeks after he took office in what his predecessor has called a coup. (Sinan Hussain/Associated Press)

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WHITE EYE
WHITE EYE: A ‘bandage’ covered the eye of a statue of Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz in Cairo Thursday. The bandage is believed to reference the wounds protesters suffered in clashes with security forces before parliamentary elections. Mr. Mahfouz’s 100th birth anniversary is Dec. 11. (Khaled Elfiqi/European Pressphoto Agency)

CONTRITE CORZINE
CONTRITE CORZINE: Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine defended his actions and expressed sorrow as he testified on Capitol Hill in Washington Thursday. Mr. Corzine resigned after MF Global’s Oct. 31 bankruptcy filing. A trustee estimates $1.2 billion went missing at the firm. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

ZIPPING BY
ZIPPING BY: A couple crossed over a stream using an aerial cableway in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Thursday. (Muhammed Muheisen/Associated Press)

HOT SEAT
HOT SEAT: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder listened to an aide during a House Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington Thursday. Lawmakers told Mr. Holder to fire some Justice Department subordinates over the flawed arms-trafficking Operation Fast and Furious. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

ROUSING APPROVAL
ROUSING APPROVAL: Unionized Boeing machinists Mike Olebar, left, and Charles Grieser, cheered Wednesday in Seattle at the approval of a four-year contract extension. Boeing promised to build a new version of the 737 in Washington’s Puget Sound area. (Stuart Isett/Bloomberg News)

TREE TIME
TREE TIME: A Christmas tree salesman arranged trees at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London Thursday. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

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