With November 20th marks as the Universal Children's day to World Chocolate Masters Competition. A quick look at what is happening around the world.

A trader displays the teeth of a donkey during an annual donkey fair at Vautha, 49 km (30 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, November 20, 2012. The five-day long donkey fair is believed to be Asia
A trader displays the teeth of a donkey during an annual donkey fair at Vautha, 49 km (30 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, November 20, 2012. The five-day long donkey fair is believed to be Asia's largest, where more than 19,000 donkeys belonging to gypsies are brought for trade. ? Photo by Reuters
Darren Veniral (age 3), Elisabeth Rohm, and Noelie Delgadillo (age 5) attend Little Green Fingers Children
Darren Veniral (age 3), Elisabeth Rohm, and Noelie Delgadillo (age 5) attend Little Green Fingers Children's Community Garden Grand Opening Celebration. LA's First Children's Garden for Kids Under Five, opens in Koreatown on Saturday Nov. 17, 2012 in Los Angeles. ? Photo by AP
Displaced Palestinian children, who fled their houses, are seen as they stay in a classroom with their families at a United Nations-run school in Gaza City. The world today marks the Universal Children
Displaced Palestinian children, who fled their houses, are seen as they stay in a classroom with their families at a United Nations-run school in Gaza City. The world today marks the Universal Children's Day designated by the United Nations. However, in some areas of the world, including the Gaza strip, children are not able to celebrate. ? Photo by Reuters
People wearing giant fake eyes hold a protest during a meeting of shareholders in commodities giant Glencore on November 20, 2012 in Zug. ? Photo by AFP
People wearing giant fake eyes hold a protest during a meeting of shareholders in commodities giant Glencore on November 20, 2012 in Zug. ? Photo by AFP
Shareholders in commodities giant Glencore and mining group Xstrata are to vote on a proposed $33 billion mega merger at two extraordinary general meetings near Zurich. ? Photo by AFP
Shareholders in commodities giant Glencore and mining group Xstrata are to vote on a proposed $33 billion mega merger at two extraordinary general meetings near Zurich. ? Photo by AFP
Taiwanese chef Chris Cheng holds his trophy and poses for photo with his chocolate creations in Taipei on November 20, 2012. ? Photo by AFP
Taiwanese chef Chris Cheng holds his trophy and poses for photo with his chocolate creations in Taipei on November 20, 2012. ? Photo by AFP
Chef Chris Cheng won the event and will compete in the Asia-Pacific World Chocolate Masters Competition (WCM) in March 2013. ? Photo by AFP
Chef Chris Cheng won the event and will compete in the Asia-Pacific World Chocolate Masters Competition (WCM) in March 2013. ? Photo by AFP
A guest watches through one of the marine animal habitats at the South East Asia aquarium, the world
A guest watches through one of the marine animal habitats at the South East Asia aquarium, the world's largest oceanarium in Sentosa Resort World marine life park during a media preview in Singapore on November 20, 2012.? Photo by AFP
The aquarium will be home to 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species in 45 million litres of water that will open to the public on November 22. ? Photo by AFP
The aquarium will be home to 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species in 45 million litres of water that will open to the public on November 22. ? Photo by AFP
Indian Hindu devotees offer prayers to the sun during the ?Chhat Puja ?while standing in the sarover (water tank) of the Durgiana temple in Amritsar on November 20, 2012. People pay obeisance to both the rising and the setting sun in the Chhath festival when people express their thanks and seek the blessings of the forces of nature, mainly the Sun and River. ? Photo by AFP
Indian Hindu devotees offer prayers to the sun during the ?Chhat Puja ?while standing in the sarover (water tank) of the Durgiana temple in Amritsar on November 20, 2012. People pay obeisance to both the rising and the setting sun in the Chhath festival when people express their thanks and seek the blessings of the forces of nature, mainly the Sun and River. ? Photo by AFP

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