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Africa's top shots: 8-14 November 2019

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A selection of photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week:

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image captionAltar boys attend Sunday service at Saint Andrew Cathedral in Kananga...
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image caption... where Priest Benedicte Ndebu officiates at the church in the Democratic Republic of Congo's most densely populated city
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image captionThe Greek Orthodox church was established in Kananga in the 1970s
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image captionDancers perform at Friday's opening ceremony ahead of the Africa Under-23 Cup of Nations match between host country Egypt and Mali
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image captionSpotted moths gather near the Nedbank Golf Challenge fairways in South Africa
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image captionSouth Sudanese model Nyakim Gatwech takes to the red carpet at an awards ceremony in New York City
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image captionIn the Nigerian city of Lagos, Helen Epega performs her self-authored opera in Pidgin English
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image captionZimbabwe's majestic Victoria Falls has recorded its lowest water levels in recent times following a severe drought in the country
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image captionA day earlier in Hwange National Park in western Zimbabwe, this hippopotamus gets stuck in a mud at a drying watering hole
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image captionTrainee soldiers balance their comrade on a pole as part of a drill at the Armed Forces Sergeants' School in Mozambique
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image captionIn response to a UN report that called Egypt's jails "brutal", the authorities opened up Tora prison in Cairo for a media tour
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image captionGrassroots campaigners march in Kenya's capital Nairobi ahead of the International Conference on Population and Development

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