26 November 2012
Last updated at 12:23
Canada's Governor General David Johnston performs the ceremonial opening kick-off before the Toronto Argonauts met the Calgary Stampeders in the 100th CFL Grey Cup championship football game in Toronto, Ontario.
Local farmers and inhabitants of Bogota take part in an urban-rural barter day, where they exchange farm products with objects used by city dwellers.
Deepak Sharma, claiming to use magic, appears to levitate, as passers-by look on at Lodhi Gardens in Delhi, India.
Tractors are chained together outside the make-shift camp where demonstrators gather. Evacuation operations continue on land that will become a new airport in Notre-Dame-des-Landes, western France.
A worker visits a garment factory following a fire which killed more than 100 people on the outskirts of Dhaka.
A runner throws paint powder at the starting line of the Kolorfest race in San Salvador where about 700 people helped raise money for charities.
Voters in Spain's Catalonia region have given a majority to parties seeking Catalan independence. However, Catalan President Artur Mas, who called the early election and pushed for independence, lost seats.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel celebrates a third consecutive Formula 1 world championship at the end of the Brazilian grand prix.
The Rolling Stones returned to the London stage on Sunday night in the first of five concerts to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood were joined by their original bass player Bill Wyman at the O2 Arena.
Double yellow lines did not stop this fisherman taking advantage of the rising floodwater from the River Ouse in York. At the weekend more than 800 homes were flooded, mainly in south-west England, but now north-east England and north Wales are braced for possible flooding as the weather front which brought heavy rain to southern England moves north.
Onion "clocks" are displayed for sale on a market stall at the annual Zibelemaerit (onion market) in Bern, Switzerland.
Every year in November as the full moon approaches, thousands of people from all over Burma gather in Taunggyi for a festival - balloons lift fireworks or lanterns into the night sky, while during the day balloons of all shapes are flown.