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Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obama's victory

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obama's victory
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Supporters of Barack Obama erupted into song and dance around the world Wednesday after he elected as new U.S. president. Here are some photos from celebrations all around the world. (UPDATED)

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

An Indonesian schoolboy reacts to the announcement that Barack Obama had won the election for the U.S. Presidency Wednesday Nov. 5, 2008 at Obama's former school in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Throngs have packed plazas and pubs around the world to await U.S. elections results, many inspired by Barack Obama's promise of change amid a sense of relief that no matter who wins, the White House is changing hands. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

 A man with a U.S. presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama mask dances with a friend during an election night party organised by Democrats Abroad, the overseas branch of the U.S. Democratic Party, to watch the results in the U.S. presidential elections, in Madrid Nov. 5, 2008. Democrats Abroad were holding simultaneous gatherings and parties worldwide to follow the voting results in the United States.   (REUTERS/Paul Hanna)

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Americans living abroad pose beside a lifesize cutout imgae of John McCain after he was defeated by Barack Obama in the US presidential race at an election day event organized by the US embassy in Beijing on November 5, 2008. From the bars of London to Beijing and to the small Japanese town of Obama, millions around world tuned in to see Barack Obama win one of the most anticipated US presidential races for decades.  (AFP PHOTO/Frederic J. BROWN)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama prepare a banner as they gather in a restaurant in Rome to watch TV coverage of the  presidential election results early Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Americans abroad and guests take part in a US election party at the representation of German media group Bertelsmann in Berlin on Nov. 4, 2008. Americans abroad gathered all over the world to observe their historic election, with front-running Democrat Barack Obama fighting to be the first black US president and Republican John McCain hoping for an upset win.     (AFP PHOTO/Barbara Sax)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Women wearing U.S. presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama  sweaters look at a television screen during an election night party organised by Democrats Abroad, the overseas branch of the U.S. Democratic Party, while waiting for the results of the U.S. presidential elections, in Madrid Nov. 5, 2008.  Democrats Abroad were holding simultaneous gatherings and parties worldwide to follow the voting results in the United States.    (REUTERS/Paul Hanna SPAIN)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Isabelle Mac Elhone, owner, second right, and Alain Da Silva, left, manager of the Harry's Bar hold fake ballots in a U.S. presidential election straw poll at Harry's Bar in Paris, France, Tuesday Nov. 4, 2008.  Democrat candidate Barack Obama won the straw poll with 272 votes against 170 for Republican candidate John Mc Cain, though the vote here has no influence on the real American Presidential election, but provides a talking point for customers. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

 

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

A sand sculpture of U.S. President-elect Barck Obama, created by Sudarshan Pattnaik, is seen on the beach in Puri, India, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008. (AP Photo/Biswaranjan Rout)

 

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

An Indonesian woman in a shopping mall looks over giant posters of U.S. Presidential candidate Barack Obama Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008 at Obama's former school in Jakarta, Indonesia. Obama won the U.S. presidential election, an event that met with the approval of many Indonesians. (AP Photo/Irwin Fedriansyiah)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory

 

Extended family members of U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama react as election results come in, at the family's homestead in Kogelo village, Kenya, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008.  The village is where Barack Obama's step-grandmother lives. Africans organized all-night parties to watch the U.S. election results roll in, determined to celebrate a moment in history as Barack Obama tries to become the first black American president.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

 

 

Photo Ed: The U.S. elections-- World cheers Obamas victory


People carry an U.S. flag as they celebrate President-elect Senator Barack Obama's (D-IL) historic White House victory in Nairobi's Kibera slum November 5, 2008. Kenyans in Obama's ancestral homeland sang and danced with joy on Wednesday as the Illinois senator they see as one of their own became the first black U.S. president. (REUTERS/Noor Khamis)

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