Millions of citizens voted in Myanmar's historic general election on November 8, 2015 which could thrust opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's pro-democracy party into power and pull the country away from the grip of the military.
The pipeline, which was planned to transport Canadian oil across the country to the Gulf of Mexico has been in contentions debate for years. President Obama's rejection is seen as a win for environmentalist and a job killer by pipeline supporters.
Britain has begun to repatriate thousands of tourists stranded in Sharm el-Sheikh after warnings a terrorist bomb may have brought down a Russian jet that took off from the resort, as several nervous airlines scrapped their flights.
While humans may be rapidly evolving to advance the future, archaeologists are still working to uncover the past to better understand the present day. From shipwrecks to century-old beer to lost cities, this gallery contains just a few of the handful of recent archaeological discoveries from this year.
Republican candidate for President of the United States Dr. Ben Carson held a book signing event of his new book "A More Perfect Union" at the Barnes & Noble in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, November 4, 2015.
The White House Tribal Nation's Conference at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. on November 5, 2015. Obama spoke on straightening education for Native American students and ending racial descrimination.
Featured photos from The Million Mask March, an anti-establishment protest expected to take part on November 5 in over 670 cities worldwide, in Washington, D.C. on November 5, 2015. The march, allegedly organized by Anonymous, the “hacktivist” group linked to cyber-attacks against governments and multi-national corporations, aims at protesting government overreach and corporate greed, among other grievances.
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