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Day in pictures - 8 November

Pictures from the news on 8 November 2013.
Children form of a shark on a beach with the message "respect" as part of Kids Ocean Day event in Hong Kong in China. It's aimed at raising awareness on shark fin trade. More than 70 million sharks are killed every year, with Hong Kong importing about 10,000 tonnes annually for the past decade, according to environmental groups. Most of those fins are then exported to mainland China.
Children form a shark shape on a beach
This is skater Sergei Voronov from Russia. He looks like he's flying but he's in the middle of a super spin on the ice as he performs during the men's short programme at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Tokyo.
A man mid-air as he skates on ice
Bridesmaids pose for a photo during a wedding ceremony for Sri Lankan couple Nisansala and Nalin as they break the Guinness record for a wedding with the most bridesmaids for a bride in Negombo in Sri Lanka. With 126 bridesmaids, 25 best men accompanied by 20 page boys and 23 flower girls, the wedding ceremony broke a previous record of having 96 bridesmaids for a bride at a wedding in Thailand.
Dozens of bridesmaid lined up
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales pose outside the Akshardham Temple in Delhi during an official visit to India. They are spending nine days in India before visiting Sri Lanka.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales pose outside the Akshardham Temple in Delhi
Can you tell what these silhouetted creatures are? Camels of course! These guys are lined up ready for the camel fair in Pushkar in India. Thousands of livestock traders from the region come to the traditional camel fair to trade their animals. It happens every year and lasts five-days, the fair is one of the largest events of its kind in the world.
Camels silhouetted
These plants are covered in a thick volcanic ash, and workers are having to spray them clean with water. They live and work near active volcano Mount Sinabung in Kebayaken in Indonesia. The 2,600-metre high volcano has been erupting since Sunday, unleashing volcanic ash high into the sky. Many people living in nearby villages had to evacuate their homes.
Workers spray plants clean