Africa’s prime photographs: 1-7 November 2019

A choice of photographs from throughout Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week:

England's wing Anthony Watson (C) is tackled during the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup final match between England and South Africa at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama on November 2, 2019.Picture copyright
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On Saturday South Africa’s nationwide rugby crew, in inexperienced, deal with their approach by means of to victory in opposition to England…

South Africa's flanker Pieter-Steph Du Toit (C) lifts the Webb Ellis Cup as they celebrate winning the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup final match between England and South Africa at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama on November 2, 2019.Picture copyright
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…to win the rugby world cup 32-12.

In this handout image provided by World Rugby Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex congratulates Faf de Klerk of South Africa following his teamPicture copyright
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Amid the post-match buzz scrum-half Faf de Kerk meets Prince Harry in his underwear…

Springbok supporters wear South African flag speedos to mimic Springbok scrumhalf Faf de Klerk attire on the winning night of the Rugby World Cup during a parade through the streets of Johannesburg CBD on an open top bus while showing the Web Ellis trophy on November 7, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa.Picture copyright
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…it turns into such a phenomenon that followers greet the crew of their underwear throughout the bus parade on Thursday.

A man rides a decorated motorbike on the sideline of the last stage of the 32nd edition of the Tour du Faso 2019 cycling race, in Ouagadougou, on November 3, 2019. (Picture copyright
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In Burkina Faso’s capital, Ouagadougou, on Sunday, a motorcyclist entertains the spectators on the final day of the 10-day Tour du Faso biking race.

An Egyptian confectioner shows bars of sweets with sesame at a candy factory in the capital Cairo on November 2, 2019, ahead of celebrations of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed's birthday, known as Picture copyright
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Particular sesame snaps for subsequent week’s celebration of the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday are being ready on Saturday by a candy maker in Egypt’s capital, Cairo.

A girl walks in water after heavy rains and floods forced hundreds of thousands of people to leave their homes, in the town of Pibor, Boma state, South Sudan, November 6, 2019.Picture taken November 6, 2019Picture copyright
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South Sudan has been hit arduous by flooding and on Wednesday a photographer in Pibor catches a younger lady wading by means of the water.

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya crosses the finish line to win the Professional Men's during the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon in New York on November 3, 2019.Picture copyright
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And the winner is…. Geoffrey Kamworor from Kenya, who swoops to victory within the New York Metropolis Marathon on Sunday…

Girma Bekele Gebre of Ethiopia is helped during the Professional Men's Finish during the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon in New York on November 3, 2019.Picture copyright
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…whereas the person in third-place, Ethiopia’s Girma Bekele Gebre, makes a extra dramatic end.

Algerians take part in an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on November 1, 2019. - Demonstrators converged on Algiers in their thousands for a massive anti-government rally called to coincide with official celebrations of the anniversary of the war that won Algeria's independence from France.Picture copyright
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On Friday, Algeria’s common protest to demand regime change is especially huge on the anniversary of the battle that noticed Algeria win independence from France…

An Algerian protester hangs around his neck a mask representing Lakhdar Bouregaa, a well-known war veteran who was arrested by the authorities last summer, during an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on November 1, 2019. - Demonstrators converged on Algiers in their thousands for a massive anti-government rally called to coincide with official celebrations of the anniversary of the war that won Algeria's independence from France.Picture copyright
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…one trigger protesters are shouting about on the streets is that of Lakhdar Bouregaa, seen on this masks, a well known battle veteran who has been banned from protesting.

A protester burns tyres during the funeral after the last street protests and unrest that resulted in nine deaths in Conakry, on November 4, 2019. - Crowds of protesters marched through the Guinean capital of Conakry on October 24, 2019 in the latest round of demonstrations against President Alpha Conde, accused of trying to circumvent a bar on a third term in officePicture copyright
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In Guinea’s capital, Conakry, on Monday a fireplace is began on the funeral of a protester who was killed throughout an illustration in opposition to the opportunity of President Alpha Condé operating for a 3rd time period.

A child looks on as Sudan's prime minister visits a camp for internally displaced people (IDP) in El-Fasher, the capital of the North Darfur state, on November 04, 2019. - Sudan's prime minister Abdalla Hamdok's one-day visit was his first as prime minister to the devastated region, where a conflict that erupted in 2003 has left hundreds of thousands dead and millions displaced. He said his government was working toward bringing peace to war-torn Darfur as he met hundreds of victims of the conflict who demanded swift justice.Picture copyright
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On the identical day, in a camp for displaced folks in Darfur, Sudan, a baby seems to be on because the prime minister visits.

Sudanese women ride their donkeys near a camp for internally displaced people (IDP) in El-Fasher, the capital of the North Darfur state, on November 04, 2019. - Sudan's prime minister Abdalla Hamdok's one-day visit was his first as prime minister to the devastated region, where a conflict that erupted in 2003 has left hundreds of thousands dead and millions displaced. He said his government was working toward bringing peace to war-torn Darfur as he met hundreds of victims of the conflict who demanded swift justice.Picture copyright
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However close by the identical camp in El-Fasher, North Darfur state, two ladies on donkeys produce other issues on their minds.

Camels are pictured at sunset prior the arrival of the competitors during the desert trek Picture copyright
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And the solar units on the Moroccan Sahara on Friday.

Photos from AFP, Getty Photographs, Nur Photograph and Anadolu Company

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