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  1. For German city, flood of refugees brings hope

    Anti neo-Nazi graffiti on one of many crumbling buildings in Dessau, Germany. Dessau's population and prospects have been falling for 25 years, since German reunification in 1990. City officials see refugees as a chance to reverse the downward trend. (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy DC/TNS)
  2. Flooding in South Carolina

    Denise Bass uses a paddle boat to travel from her beach home to dry land on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. Bass lives off Forestbrook Road in Socastee, S.C. She and her husband have been stuck at the home since Oct. 2, only leaving to go to the grocery store. (Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/TNS)
  3. Astros advance to ALDS

    The Houston Astros celebrate after defeating the New York Yankees, 3-0, at Yankee Stadium during the American League Wild Card Game on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, in New York. (J. Conrad Williams Jr./Newsday/TNS)
  4. Working mom laments lack of weeknight toddler classes

    Instructor Genna Walden, from left, her daughter, Kara, 2, Kirsten Gebhardt and daughter Addy, 2, Lise Nauman and twins Anna and Emily, 3, attend ballet classes in Naperville, Ill. Some park district officials said evening offerings for 3- and 4-year-olds are limited. (Candice C. Cusic/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
  5. Self-serve beer

    Zpizza franchise owner Maurice Ehrencron, left, watches as Lainie Byerly and Mike Corley pour themselves a beer at Zpizza in Los Angeles on Sept. 23, 2015. (Genaro Molina/ Los Angeles Times/TNS)
  6. Visually-impaired children enjoy special day at Missouri lake

    Al Sneed jokes with Lyra Thompson after she refused to touch a worm during a special outing for visually impaired children at Smithville Lake. (Brent Frazee/Kansas City Star/TNS)

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