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The boy looks at the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center at the 77th annual ceremony of its opening on December 2 in New York. (Stephen Chernin, AP)

John Conway of Maine shows a tattoo in the form of red tape, which he did on December 2 to support his mother Mary Rapuz, which was diagnosed - with breast cancer. Tattoo parlor "August" offers discounts at half price on tattoos to raise money for the organization of care for patients with breast cancer. (Pat Wellenbach, AP)

Car rides in the fog by snow-covered trees on December 2 in southern Germany. (Oliver Lang, AFP / Getty Images)

Members of the troupe of the world famous Australian Circus "Oz" in suits kangaroo jumping on speech in the park Tambalong in Sydney on 1 December. (Greg Wood, AFP / Getty Images)

Kermit the Frog at the event, US Mail and The Muppets "Letters to Santa" at the post office, James A. Farley December 1 in New York. The program allows you to "members of the public and charitable organizations to respond to children's letters addressed to Santa Claus and other characters of winter to the North Pole." (Jason Kempin, Getty Images)

Children from South Korea perform during the dance contest in Seoul on November 30. (Kim Jae-Hwan, AFP / Getty Images)

11-year-old Khan Clegg - winner of landscaping the Olympic Park in the children's section - talking to the UK Culture Minister Tessa Jowell (center) and Olympic gold medalist Jonathan Edwards in front of his picture in London on November 30. Thousands of people voted for her garden design in the Olympic Park in London in 2012. (Akira Suemori, AP)

Dog resting on the track of the third annual dog marathon in Mexico City on 29 November. The competition was attended by thousands of dogs, running 1500 or 3000 meters with their owners on a treadmill city. (Marco Ugarte, AP)

Man in suit and Buttenmandl carved mask on the traditional parade Buttenmandl near the village of Bischofswiesen-Loypl, Germany, on 29 November. Buttenmandl and Krampusse - is unmarried men in suits, straw and animal skins with masks or fur hood in the pre-Christmas time. They follow Santa Nikolaus from house to house to bring happiness to punish hardworking and lazy. (Christof Stach, AP)

Man reading a newspaper on the waves of the Dead Sea, Israel, 28 November. (Ariel Schalit, AP)

Panda eating bamboo Wang Wang on November 28 at the Adelaide Zoo in Australia. China has provided this panda Australia Zoo for 10 years in a joint research project. (Brian Charlton, Adelaide Zoo / AP)

The traditional Christmas market in Frankfurt after the opening on 25 November. View from the window. (Michael Probst, AP)

President Barack Obama (right) watches as his daughter, 8-year-old Sasha and Malia, 11-year-old, as well as chairman of the National Federation of turkey Walter Pelletier pat Courage - turkey, which the president pardoned during a ceremony at the White House on 25 November. (Saul Loeb, AFP / Getty Images)

Giraffe calf Sarah stands next to her mother Juju in a cage at the zoo in Hanover on November 24. Sarah and her mother - Rothschild giraffes - the second most at risk of extinction subspecies of giraffes. (Stefan Simonsen, AFP / Getty Images)

First-year students from the University of St Andrews take part in the traditional "bathing the body" foam in honor of the "university family" on November 23 in St Andrews, Scotland. Each November is held here "raisin Monday". Name of the holiday was the tradition of offering freshmen raisins as a gift to their university "parents" in gratitude for their guidance. (Jeff J Mitchell, Getty Images)

Two are on a meadow near the village in southern Germany Myunsing warm autumn days on November 23. (Christof Stache, AP)

A child plays with a curtain voting booths until her family members are voting in presidential elections in synsets, Romania, on 22 November. (Vadim Ghirda, AP)

Mariachi musicians playing guitars in honor of St. Cecilia - the patron saint of music in Mexico City on 22 November. (Marco Ugarte, AP)

Elephant standing next to her mother on the 49th event dedicated to the elephants in Surin, Thailand, November 21. (David Longstreath, AP)

Representatives of the ethnic group Yao are works of art Chinese sculptor Xu Hunfey a traveling exhibition from Guangzhou to Lyannan, China, Nov. 20. (AP)

Girl walking with a dog under the cover of foliage gingko in Tokyo on November 20. (Itsuo Inouye, AP)

Boy draws on a wall at the zoo Dusit during the contest drawing in Bangkok on November 20. (Apichart Weerawong, AP)

Female orangutan sumatriyskogo Puteri and her cub petting zoo in Perth in Australia on November 20. (Michelle Fleming, Perth Zoo / AP)

A diver dressed as Santa Claus greets visitors Kayukane aquarium in Japan, November 19. (Kazuhiro Nogi, AFP / Getty Images)

Butterfly in the woods not far from Kathmandu, Nepal, November 19. (Prakash Mathema, AFP / Getty Images)

Norwegian chess player Magnus Carlsen in the final of the World Blitz Championship 2009 on November 18 in Moscow. Magnus Carlsen won the championship. (AP)

Rowers are over the heads of the boat on the background reflected in the river Shuyulkill sun in Philadelphia on 17 November. (Matt Rourke, AP)

Georg Ratzinger - the brother of Pope Benedict XVI - blessed St. Bernard named Otto in the old chapel in Regensburg, Germany, November 16. (Oliver Lang, AFP / Getty Images)

Boy helps unload products from the US military helicopter in San Vicente, El Salvador, on 15 November. These products are designed for remote villages in areas affected by Hurricane Ida that caused the deaths of 192 people. (Jose Cabezas, AFP / Getty Images)

Manodzhbhay mahout bathes the 10-year-old elephant in Ahmedabad, India, on 15 November. (Sam Panthaky, AFP / Getty Images)

Annalisa Braakensik takes part in a yoga class at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney on 15 November. (Brendon Thorne, Getty Images)

Children in clown costume ready for action on the school stage during Children's Day in Amritsar, India, on November 14. (Narinder Nanu, AFP / Getty Images)

Participants of the 11th Day of dominoes celebrate a new world record on November 13 - this year in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, has fallen 4,491,863 dominoes. (Rick Nederstigt, AFP / Getty Images)

Christmas tree installed at Rockefeller Center in New York on November 12. 10-ton 23-foot tree is traditionally lit on December 2. (Seth Wenig, AP)

Bob Cole torchbearer carries the Olympic flame in L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, on Thursday, November 12, 2009 during the Olympic torch relay. 106-day relay will pass through more than a thousand communities in their journey to the provinces and territories of Canada and in the end come to Vancouver for the opening ceremony Feb. 12, 2010. (Jonathan Hayward, The Canadian Press / AP)

Diana Kubasova from Latvia - participant beauty contest "Miss Earth 2009" - puts Palawan cherry on campus "Nuva" in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Philippines, November 10. More than 80 beauties from around the world compete for the title of "Miss Earth" - an international beauty contest with a unique promotion of the protection of Mother Earth. (Bullit Marquez, AP)

Santa Claus was joking with the girl at the opening of the most famous German mail letters for Christmas in the village Himmelpforten north of Berlin on 10 November. Last year, about 280 000 children from around the world sent letters with their Christmas wishes in this little village. For each of them answered the post office workers. (Sven Kaestner, AP)

38. Pontkisiltsky aqueduct - a place, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - is drained for cleaning in north Wales on 9 November. Aqueduct emptied by removing a huge traffic jam in the center of the structure, sending a cascade of water in the river Dee, which flows about 39 km below. Aqueduct gaining almost 1, 5 million liters of water, and its draining takes about two hours. (Andrew Yates, AFP / Getty Images)

Cambodian students released balloons during the celebration of Independence Day in Phnom Penh in the monument, Cambodia, November 9. Cambodia celebrates its 56th anniversary of independence from France. (Tang Chhin Sothy, AFP / Getty Images)

A man walks past an ice wall at 3, 5 meters, representing the Berlin Wall, and is part of the installation titled "Unfinished work" near the German Embassy in London on 9 November. The exhibition was held in honor of the 20th anniversary of the demolition of the Berlin Wall on the night of November 9, 1989 after 28 years of separation in Germany. (Lefteris Pitarakis, AP)

Children playing with soap bubbles in the park Mauer in Berlin on November 8 during the celebration in Germany the 20th anniversary of the demolition of the Berlin Wall. (Leon Neal, AFP / Getty Images)

Parade participants' Come as one "to support research to fight breast cancer in Manila on November 8. (Jay Directo, AFP / Getty Images)


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