The ten best images from around the world in the past 24 hours.
India's Suresh Raina laughs as he stretches during a practice session ahead of their first test cricket match against New Zealand in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad. The first test match starts in Ahmedabad on November 4. Image Credit: Reuters
A part of the statue of Greek hero Hercules created by German artist Markus Luepertz is prepared for transport in Duesseldorf, Germany. The 18 m high monument is to be installed on top of a new tower to reach the overall height of more than 100 m in Gelsenkirchen in the Ruhr region. Image Credit: Reuters
Workers are seen on the construction site of the long-delayed Lyulin highway, near capital Sofia. Bulgarian Prime Minister Borisov's centre right government has pledged to have the 360 km highway ready by 2013 to end the Balkan country's geographic isolation and revive its shrinking economy. Image Credit: Reuters
Young revellers take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on November 1, the eve of the Day of the Dead, in Tonacatepeque, 20 km north of San Salvador. During the celebration, the residents of Tonacatepeque, originally an indigeneus community, recall the characters of the mythology of Cuzcatlan -pre-Columbian west and central regions of El Salvador- and their dead relatives. Image Credit: AFP
A general view shows a flooded Hat Yai district in Songkhla province, south of Bangkok. Heavy rains drenched the main rubber growing region in Thailand on Tuesday, flooding commercial hub Hat Yai, while 12,000 people were evacuated from bordering regions in Malaysia. Image Credit: Reuters/The Nation
A fan takes pictures of the San Francisco Giants celebrating after Game 5 of baseball's World Series against the Texas Rangers, in Arlington, Texas. The Giants won 3-1 to capture the World Series. Image Credit: AP
A Pakistani farmer sorts the wheat during the harvest in Muzaffargarh in Punjab province, Pakistan. Image Credit: AP
Phil Mickelson of Britain, Tiger Woods of the US, Lee Westwood of Britain and Martin Kaymer of Germany strike a pose with swords as they perform the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi on stage against the Pudong Financial District during a photo call in Shanghai, China. Image Credit: AP
Megan Fairchild and Andrew Veyette, principal dancers of the New York City Ballet, perform "Who Cares?", choreographed by George Balanchine at the Mella Theatre during the 22nd International Ballet Festival in Havana, Cuba. Image Credit: AP
The US Capitol and House of Representatives is seen through fall foliage on election day in Washington on November 2.Image Credit: AP
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