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Humanoid robot "Twendy-one" in Japan

The new humanoid Japanese robot "Twendy-one" serves breakfast. Twendy-one has been developed for nursery and household assistance work.

Indian boys scavenge for reusable materials

Three Indian boys scavenge for reusable materials at a rubbish dump in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Santa model in snow in Thuringian Forest in Neuhaus am Rennweg, Germany

A model of Santa is part covered in snow in the Thuringian Forest in Neuhaus am Rennweg, Germany.

A man releases a dove painted in the Palestinian national colours

A farmer in the West Bank releases a dove painted in the colours of the Palestinian flag, next to Israel's "security barrier" in the village of Jamala, near Jenin.

Doogie the Burmese cat on the toilet

Doogie the Burmese cat - the inspiration behind the Litter Kwitter system, which claims to train cats in eight weeks to use a human toilet.

A dog barks at a bear in Belarus

A dog barks at a chained bear at a kennel for breeding and training hunting and sled dogs in Belarus.

Taiwanese woman in front of dam

A Taiwanese tourist poses for photos at the northern Shihmen Dam, as authorities release water built up by heavy rains from Typhoon Mitag.

Children in the flooded streets of Jakarta

A boy transports residents through flooded streets in Jakarta Indonesia. Thousands of people were affected by the unusually high tide that flooded parts of the capital's north.

A Marie Antoinette necklace will be auctioned next month in London

A necklace of diamonds and pearls that belonged to Marie Antoinette is displayed in Hong Kong. Valued at 400,000 ($828,000), it will be auctioned in London next month.





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