Babies Around the World

See our picks for adorable faces around the world.

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Young schoolgirls in China walk past farmers on their way to school. Some farmers' children have to walk 3 hours along a narrow mountain path to get to school. 960 1280

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Palestinian Students in Gaza

Palestinian Students in Gaza

Palestinian students sit at their school during the first day of the new school year in Gaza. 960 1280

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Pupils salute as their teacher raises the Chinese national flag on the first day of their new semester at Gao'er Hope School located on the top of Xiaohuatan Mountain in Jinan, Shandong province. 960 1280

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Students of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls make their way to the auditorium during the opening of the school in Meyerton. 960 1280

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Students getting on a school bus

Students getting on a school bus

Students board a school bus on a rural road. 960 1280

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Uros kids in a boat going to school

Uros kids in a boat going to school

Uros children go to school on a boat near Uros island on Lake Titicaca. 960 1280

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Girl walking home from Shimizu elementary school

Girl walking home from Shimizu elementary school

A girl walks with her mother after her first day of school at Shimizu Elementary School in Fukushima. 960 1280

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Amish kids going to school

Amish kids going to school

Amish children head to their newly built schoolhouse in Nikel Mines, PA. 960 1280

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Students in Havana, Cuba

Students in Havana, Cuba

Students attend a ceremony on the first day of classes at Roberto Poland School in Havana. 960 1280

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Boy walking to school in Jenin

Boy walking to school in Jenin

A Palestinian boy walks to school on the first day of the school year in the West Bank city of Jenin. 960 1280

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Students in New York City

Students in New York City

Students arrive at PS 36 on Amsterdam Ave in New York City for the first day of school. 960 1280

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School children in Mumbai

School children in Mumbai

School children wait for a train to stop at a railway station in Mumbai. 960 1280

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school children in India

school children in India

After flooding, children in Cooch Behar get to school on a makeshift boat. 960 1280

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Children walk to school in the Philippines

Children walk to school in the Philippines

Indigenous Aetas children walk on a trail to school for the first day of classes in Porac town, Pampanga province, north of Manila. 960 1280

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A woman walks with children to school on the first day in Berlin, Germany. 960 1280

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Students in Jakarta, Indonesia

Students in Jakarta, Indonesia

A student hugs her friend as they sing a song during their first day of kindergarten at HighScope Indonesia in Jakarta. 960 1280

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A boy plays the violin at Sulaimaniya Music Institute in Sulaimaniya, 160 miles northeast of Baghdad. 960 1280

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Schoolchildren pass a sugarcane field as they return home on horseback in the province of Cienfuegos, 130 miles from Havana, in central Cuba. 960 1280

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Seven-year-old Thai student Chamaya Pamutito rides a scooter as she travels back from school along with her father and mother in Bangkok. 960 1280

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Staff Sgt. Andrew Drennan of the US 1st Armored Division holds his daughter Alison during a welcome- home ceremony at the home base in Wiesbaden, Germany, November 25, 2008. The soldiers of the 1st AD returned from a 15-month deployment to Iraq. 960 1280

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Sgt. Michael Strausbaugh embraces his wife, Shawna, at the Homecoming Ceremony for the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division at the Fort Hood Army post in Fort Hood, TX. This was the first homecoming for the Calvary after a 12-month deployment to Iraq. 960 1280

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Teresa Wright holds 6-month-old Lacienda Selby as Willie Wright Jr. sleeps next to her while they wait for her son who is part of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team,1st Cavalry Division to arrive at the Fort Hood Army post. This was the first homecoming for the Calvary after a 12-month deployment to Iraq. 960 1280

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Dylan Curry, 11 months old, holds US flags as he waits for his US Army soldier father to return from duty in Iraq before a ceremony at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO. About 280 soldiers from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division returned following their 15-month deployment to Iraq. 960 1280

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Friends and family cheer as US Army soldiers returning from duty in Iraq arrive at a welcome- home ceremony at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO. 960 1280

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E3 Shaunous Wright carries his luggage as wife Tiffany walks alongside as they head home after a ceremony welcoming US Army soldiers returning from duty in Iraq at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO. 960 1280

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Sgt. Joseph Crandell of the US 1st Armored Division holds his 7-month-old daughter, Lena, for the first time as he hugs his wife Layla during a welcome-home ceremony at the home base in Wiesbaden, Germany. The soldiers of the 1st AD had just returned from a 15-month deployment to Iraq. 960 1280

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Children wait for their uncle, a US Army soldier returning from duty in Iraq, before a ceremony at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO. 960 1280

Reuters/Rick Wilking  

Two-year-old Owen Hammond plays with his father, Cpl. Fintan Hammond's hat after Fintan arrived at Edmonton Garrison from Afghanistan. Family and friends welcomed home the last group of Edmonton-based soldiers returning from Afghanistan. 960 1280

Reuters/Dan Riedlhuber  

Chief Petty Officer Marc De St. Aubin, intelligence specialist, hugs his daughters after the U.S. 7th Fleet command ship USS Blue Ridge arrives at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka. Blue Ridge returned to Yokosuka after completing a two-month patrol throughout the Pacific region. 960 1280

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Andrew Fowles is welcomed home from Afghanistan with other members of Company D, 1st Battalion, 178th Infantry of the Illinois Army National Guard during a homecoming ceremony. 960 1280

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Staff Sgt. Keith Fidler kisses his wife Cynthia, as their son Kolin looks on, during a homecoming ceremony in New York, April 8, 2011 for the New York Army National Guard's 442nd Military Police Company's return from Iraq. 960 1280

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Army Captain Mark Arena from Leominster lifts his daughter, Abby, 8, in his arms as he sees her for the first time in a year at Logan Airport. His other daughter Rachel, 10, right, looks on. Soldiers assigned to the 883rd Medical Company in Afghanistan returned home to a ceremony reuniting them with their loved ones at Logan Airport. They completed a one year tour. 960 1280

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Children welcome Georgia National Guardsmen home from deployment to Afghanistan. 960 1280

  

A serviceman kisses his son after returning home. 960 1280

  

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The Great Vermont Corn Maze

The Great Vermont Corn Maze

What makes a corn maze great? A 32-foot underground tunnel and a 30-foot cabin cruiser that "sails" on top of the corn. This third-generation dairy farm unveils an entirely new maze design in North Danville, VT, each year. 960 1280

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Sever's Corn Maze

Sever's Corn Maze

Self-proclaimed the "Midwest's original corn maze," Sever's is now in its 16th year, and offers Pumpkin Blasters and pumpkin patches in addition to its twisted 14-acre maze. 960 1280

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Kraay Family Farms

Kraay Family Farms

The only "tech" that usually comes with a corn maze is a flashlight -- but not at this Alberta, Canada, farm. The Kraay family has been crafting corn mazes since 1999 and this year they earned the Guinness World Record for the Largest QR code. Of course, you need a smartphone and a plane to test it out. 960 1280

Reuben Kraay  

Treinen Farm

Treinen Farm

Wisconsin's largest corn maze is 15 acres (14 and a half football fields) of twists, turns and dead ends. 960 1280

Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch  

Happy Day Farm

Happy Day Farm

This "New Jersey Grown" maze offers 10 acres and lots of games to entertain the whole family in Manalapan, NJ. 960 1280

Happy Day Farm  

Connors Farm

Connors Farm

The Connors Farm's haunted corn maze in Danvers, MA, embraced a spooky "Witches of Salem" theme this year. 960 1280

  

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Families can spend about an hour in this mind-bending corn maze, exploring over 2.5 miles of paths and scenic bridges with the help of 2 Maze Masters and clues. 960 1280

Cathy Kornfield  

Queens Country Farm Museum

Queens Country Farm Museum

Don't let its size fool you. With just 3 acres in Floral Park, NY, Queens Country Farm Museum designed a tightly-wound 45-minute maze. Afraid you're not up to the challenge? There are clues in 9 hidden mailboxes and corn-styled phones to "tele-stalk" staff for help. 960 1280

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Long and Scott Farms

Long and Scott Farms

You don't have to be up north to get lost in a spooky maze. People in Mt. Dora, FL, reap the benefits of warm weather and can enjoy this 10-year-old maze until December. 960 1280

Long & Scott Farms  

Richardson Farm

Richardson Farm

Not too many farms can handle 4 separate mazes winding through 33 acres of corn. With 24 hidden checkpoints and 3 wooden bridges, the possibilities are endless at Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove, IL. 960 1280

Richardson Farm