We considered these images for The Week in Pictures: Oct. 28 - Nov. 4, but they didn't make the cut.
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A woman wears red shoes as she walks into a subway station in downtown Shanghai on Nov. 3.
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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate from Connecticut Richard Blumenthal (L) celebrates his victory at an election night rally in Hartford, Connecticut, on Nov. 2.
Mick Tsikas / Reuters
Race-goers strike a pose before the running of the Melbourne Cup at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne on Nov. 2.
Jon Nazca / Reuters
Women visit tombs at the cemetery of Casabermeja near the southern Spanish city of Malaga, on All Saints Day, Nov. 1. Catholics mark All Saints Day by visiting the graves of deceased relatives and friends.
Eduardo Munoz / Reuters
An earthquake survivor washes his hands in a bucket, donated by Haiti's Red Cross to control infections, near a damaged helicopter in a provisional camp in downtown Port-au-Prince on Oct.30. The unusually high death rate in Haiti's cholera epidemic is slowing as people become aware of the disease and health experts provide treatment, the World Health Organisation said on Wednesday. The United Nations agency's key aim now is to prevent the disease from spreading south to the capital Port-au-Prince and the camps for homeless survivors of the January 12 earthquake, from the northern department of Artibonite where it is concentrated.
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United States Marine Corps Lance Corporal Francisco R. Jackson's son Giovanni Jackson salutes during his father's burial at the Rosehill Cemetery on Oct. 30, in Linden, New Jersey. LCpl. Jackson, who was from Elizabeth, New Jersey, was killed while participating in combat operations in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan.