Pictures of the Week, November 25 – December 2

Carsten Koall—Getty Images
Carsten Koall—Getty Images
November 28, 2011. Police watch anti-nuclear protesters demonstrating in Laase, Germany, a point along the route of a train bearing nuclear waste from La Hague, France, to Gorleben, Germany, in a record- setting 125-hour journey.

From Egypt’s historic elections and Hillary Clinton’s Myanmar visit to German anti-nuclear protests and Nepal’s bird flu outbreak, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

See last week’s Pictures of the Week.

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