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    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
    • This Week in Pictures: September 1-7
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    People relax at the Museon Art Park in Moscow.

    From Aretha Franklin's funeral and the 75th Venice International Film Festival to "Day of Colors" in Thessaloniki — the last seven days have given the world a lot to keep up with. Take a look at the most colorful pictures of this week.

    From the XI International Military Music Festival "Spasskaya Tower" in Moscow and Ukrainian Fashion Week to the 2018 Moscow International Automobile Salon and Russian President Vladimir Putin visiting the educational center "Sirius", and the West Indian Day parade — take a look at this week's (September 1-7) events in Sputnik's photo gallery.

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