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    Syrian Kurdish girls take a selfie while celebrating in the northeastern Syrian city of Qamishli on September 25, 2017, in support of the independence referendum in Iraq's autonomous northern Kurdish region.

    As the week comes to a close, let’s take a glimpse at some of the most interesting events captured by photographers around the world.

    From Moscow's Circle of Light festival and Milan Fashion Week, to the German federal election and aftermath of the Mexico earthquake — take a look at this week's events in Sputnik's photo gallery.

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