In Pictures

Day in pictures: 28 November 2014

Our selection of some of the best news photographs taken around the world during the past 24 hours.

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Image caption Argentina's River Plate fans cheer as their team prepares to take on arch rivals Boca Juniors. It's the Copa Sudamericana semi-final football match at the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires.
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Image caption Shoppers wrestle over a television as they compete to buy discounted items on "Black Friday" at an Asda superstore in Wembley. Originating in the US, Black Friday is becoming a major UK shopping day.
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Image caption Cricket Australia will conduct an immediate investigation into player safety after Phillip Hughes's death. The 25-year-old died on Thursday - two days after being struck on the neck by a short-pitched delivery during a domestic match in Australia.
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Image caption A member of the Royal Guard is proud of her horse after the opening ceremony of Madrid Horse Week.
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Image caption Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys holds the ball under pressure from the Philadelphia Eagles at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Image caption Members of the Canterbury Cathedral Girls Choir rehearse for their first Christmas concert in Kent, England.
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Image caption A woman waits with her newborn baby at a camp in Yola, Nigeria. She fled her home because of attacks by Boko Haram. The group has killed thousands of Christians and Muslims opposed to its version of Islam.
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Image caption A balloon of the children's book character, The Elf on the Shelf, floats down Sixth Avenue during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, USA.
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Image caption The baggage van which carried Winston Churchill's coffin is being restored at the National Railway Museum at Shildon in County Durham, England. It will go on display at the museum's site in York, along with the locomotive named after Britain's war time prime minister which pulled the funeral train in 1965.