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Germany storm surge submerges cars (00:53)

Raw vision: cars stand partially submerged in water as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo caused a storm surge along parts of Germany's coastline. 23/10/14

OTTAWA, CANADA - OCTOBER 22: An Ottawa police officer puts up yellow tape at Elgin St. and Slater near the National War Memorial where a soldier was shot earlier in the day, just blocks away from Parliament Hill, on October 22, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. Officials are investigating multiple reports of shootings and suspects after at least one gunman shot a Canadian soldier and then entered Canada's Parliament building.   Mike Carroccetto/Getty Images/AFP

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