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    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
    • This Week in Pictures (January 26 - February 2)
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    Soyuz-2.1a rocket carrying devices for remote Earth sensing "Canopus-B" #3 and #4 along with nine other commercial space devices, launches from a site at Vostochny. February 1, 2018.

    From Rihanna's performance at the Grammys and the near-apocalyptical snowfall in Moscow to the Venice carnival, Angelina Jolie's visit to Jordan and the super blue blood lunar eclipse: we've got this week's most striking images lined up for you in Sputnik's photo gallery.

    As January turned its last page, we take a look at some of the most important and spectacular events of the week captured by photographers around the world.

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