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Africa's week in pictures: 6 - 12 November 2020

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A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent:

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image captionA man wheels his bike among the fallen petals of jacaranda trees in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Friday.
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image captionThe next day in Egypt's capital, Cairo, people rearrange furniture as a school is converted into a polling station for parliamentary elections.
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image captionOn Sunday skydivers sail over the peaks of the pyramids in Giza, Egypt.
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image captionArtists paint "peace murals" in Bingerville, Ivory Coast, on Saturday following an election, boycotted by the opposition, in which the president won a controversial third term.
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image captionElection campaign season is under way in Burkina Faso, where this supporter of the president wishes him "a knockout blow" with those words painted on his chest in French.
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image captionOn Wednesday, Phyllis Wamaitha sits in the century-old fig tree she and other Kenyan environmentalists saved from being cut down to make way for a major new road.
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image captionAlso in Kenya, a girl jumps through floodwater on Sunday after Lake Naivasha burst its banks and forced hundreds of people from their 香港集運王s...
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image captionLocal officials say it is the result of climate change.

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