Traditional US day of discounts passes without much incident in UK after 2014's controversy.
Some people improvised the tricolour flag out of red, white and blue shirts and even bras
Protests have become almost a daily occurrence in Port-au-Prince over allegations of massive electoral fraud.
Iranian migrants staging a hunger strike have sewn their lips shut in protest not being allowed in.
Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns gather for an annual assembly at the remote Larung Gar Buddhist Institute.
Security was tight on the rain-soaked campus of the University of Nairobi.
Taronga Zoo in Sydney is celebrating the birth of a bright orange Francois' langur, one of the world's rarest monkeys.
Exhibition traces the major developments in photography from 1910 to the present day.
A mountain of dirt enveloped makeshift huts, burying migrant jade miners as they slept.
The Miss Talavera Bruce pageant is your average beauty contest, with the addition of armed guards, watchtowers and walls topped with barbed wire.
The northern hemisphere experiences first snowfall of the season, while Australia is in the grip of a heatwave.
Toxic mud from a collapsed iron mine dam has reached the Atlantic Ocean, killing fish and threatening endangered turtles.
Soldiers patrol the eerily quiet streets of Brussels, normally bustling in the run-up to Christmas.
People barred from crossing the Greece-Macedonia border protest against a policy of prioritising Syrian refugees over migrants from other countries.
Reclaim Australia rallies across the country descend into violence as anti-racism groups clash with far-right protesters.