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Top news photos: Japan floods, anti-govt protest in Chile, and more

Here are some of the top images of the day

12.30 pm | A street is flooded by heavy rain on Friday, in Narita, east of Tokyo. Torrential rain dumped from a low-pressure system hovering above Japan's main island has triggered flooding in towns east of Tokyo, prompting fears of more damage to areas already hit by typhoons earlier this month. Photo: AP
11.00 am | Demonstrators throw stones at a police water cannon during an anti-government protest in Santiago, Chile. Photo: AP
10.00 am | A photographer takes photos amidst a shower of embers as wind and flames rip through the area during the Kincade fire near Geyserville, California on October 24. A fast-moving wildfire roared through California wine country early Thursday, as authorities warned of the imminent danger of more fires across much of the Golden State. The Kincade fire in Sonoma County kicked up Wednesday night, quickly growing from a blaze of a few hundred acres into an uncontained 10,000-acre (4,000-hectare) inferno, California fire and law enforcement officials said. Photo: AFP
9.00 am | Democratic 2020 U.S. Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, her husband Bruce and their dog Bailey arrive for a campaign town hall meeting at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, U.S., on October 24. Photo: Reuters
8.00 am | Fans of actor Vijay gathered at Vetri theatre, Chromepet, for watching ‘Bigil’ movie. Photo: K.V. Srinivasan

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