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Nov. 7 Photo Brief: Newborn twins named Mitt and Barack, a gaggle of geese, glowing fish, Russians remember the Nazi invasion and the Bolshevik Revolution

Nov. 7 Photo Brief: Newborn twins named Mitt and Barack, a gaggle of geese, glowing fish, Russians remember the Nazi invasion and the Bolshevik Revolution

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A Kenyan mother names her newborn twins Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, a department store collapses in Ghana, Russians commemorate the 95th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution and the 71st anniversary of the Nazi invasion, Greek workers protest austerity and more in today’s daily brief.

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What world leaders are saying about Obama’s second term post-Election 2012

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America has spoken. President Barack Obama was elected to a second term, beating out Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. But what are world leaders saying about working with President Obama over the next four years?

Here’s a round-up of reactions, as collected by Reuters.

More reactions: Reuters Factbox — World leaders respond to Obama election victory
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Election 2012: President Barack Obama wins re-election

Election 2012: President Barack Obama wins re-election

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Millions of Americans headed to the polls to choose who will lead them over the next four years as U.S. President. Also on the ballot in a number of states, voters decided on congressional representatives, state amendments and referendums from the Dream Act to same-sex marriage and legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
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Nov. 5 Photo Brief: Million Muppet March, Peruvian shaman predicts election outcome, Obama, Romney, and The Boss

Nov. 5 Photo Brief: Million Muppet March, Peruvian shaman predicts election outcome, Obama, Romney, and The Boss

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Million Muppet March, Peruvian shaman predicts U.S. election outcome, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and The Boss on the campaign trail and more in today’s daily brief.

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Oct. 24 Photo Brief: A protest kiss, Gangnam UN style, blessing guns and babies, Crab-eating macaques, and a camel flies

Oct. 24 Photo Brief: A protest kiss, Gangnam UN style, blessing guns and babies, Crab-eating macaques, and a camel flies

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon gets a lesson in Gangnam Style, Crab-eating macaques get luxury retirement, a camel soars over a livestock market, Hindu festivals and more in today’s daily brief.

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Oct. 4 Photo Brief: World animal day, hopping in Belarus and the Great Wall gets crowded

Oct. 4 Photo Brief: World animal day, hopping in Belarus and the Great Wall gets crowded

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Catching a bear nap during World Animal Day in Finland, things get hopping in Belarus, the Great Wall in China gets a bit crowded and more in today’s daily brief.
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Sept. 27 Photo Brief: Rare rhinos brutally dehorned in India, the two Mona Lisas, a man who could fit in a shoe and Netanyahu’s graphic of a bomb

Sept. 27 Photo Brief: Rare rhinos brutally dehorned in India, the two Mona Lisas, a man who could fit in a shoe and Netanyahu’s graphic of a bomb

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Rare rhinos brutally dehorned in India, the two Mona Lisas, a man who could fit in a shoe, Netanyahu’s graphic of a bomb and more in today’s daily brief.
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