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Picture Editor's Choice 9th December 2012

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People participate in a "Quema del Diablo" (burning of the devil) ceremony along a street in the La Chacara neighborhood of Guatemala City, December 7, 2012. Locals believe that the devil symbolizes evil and negativity, and burning its replica would alleviate them of these problems. However, environmental groups have condemned the ceremony, saying it is a source of air pollution, while religious groups have considered this a form of devil worship.

People participate in a "Quema del Diablo" (burning of the devil) ceremony along a street in the La Chacara neighborhood of Guatemala City, December 7, 2012. Locals believe that the devil symbolizes evil and negativity, and burning its replica would alleviate them of these problems. However, environmental groups have condemned the ceremony, saying it is a source of air pollution, while religious groups have considered this a form of devil worship. Photo: Reuters

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