In Pictures

Day in pictures: 10 September 2014

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Image caption A federal agent from the US Office of Air and Marine draws his weapon on an undocumented immigrant who fled from agents through dense underbrush near Falfurrias, Texas, on the border with Mexico.
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Image caption Designer Oscar de la Renta and model Karlie Kloss (left) appear on the catwalk during New York Fashion Week.
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Image caption Eri Tosaka, of Japan, (in blue) grapples Silvia Felice, of Italy, at the World Senior Wrestling Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
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Image caption Afghan labourer Nayim works at a leather factory in the Tashqurghan district on the outskirts of Mazar-I-Sharif. Animal hide is one of the top exports in Afghanistan, often sent through neighbouring Pakistan to international leather markets worldwide.
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Image caption South Africa's Bianca Buitendag in action at the women's Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Championship Tour in San Clemente, California.
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Image caption A long exposure time photograph of a supermoon rising in a cloudy sky above the A70 highway in Hainert, southern Germany. A supermoon appears bigger and brighter than usual due to its proximity to the Earth. The phenomenon is also known as a "perigee full moon".
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Image caption Tens of thousands of people are still stranded in Indian-administered Kashmir after the worst floods in half a century. Here Kashmiri houseboats and houses submerged in floodwater are seen from an Indian Air Force helicopter during rescue and relief operations in Dal Lake in Srinagar.
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Image caption Queen Margrethe II of Denmark looks at the 3,500-year-old sculpture of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti during a visit to the New Museum in Berlin, Germany.
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Image caption Gareth Bale, who scored twice, described the pitch for Wales' 2-1 Euro 2016 qualifying win in Andorra as "by far the worst I have ever played on". The artificial pitch at Andorra's new national stadium had only been deemed suitable to stage the game six days earlier.