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From Usain Bolt's 2 peat at the London Olympic to Obama's White House win: Here are the best pictures of the year (let's just hope nothing happens in December!)

Usain Bolt celebrates after Jamaica won and set a new world record in the men's relay final at the Olympics

Usain Bolt celebrates after Jamaica won and set a new  world record in the men's 4x100m relay final at the Olympics. The double Olympic  sprint champion, who won gold in the 100m and 200m races, helped his team end  their Olympics on a high as they smashed their own record to finish the race in  just 36.84secs

Global press agency AFP have already released  their selection of 2012's best pictures even though  there is still a full month to go. The incredible images capture every major  news story of the year so far, from triumph at the Olympics to the devastation  caused by Hurricane Sandy in the US and ongoing violence in Syria.

The list has been released surprisingly early  this year — usually, it doesn't arrive until December.

Maybe the press agency thought the year was  already too packed with memorable moments: from the sight of the Queen (or a  performer dressed like her) parachuting into Olympic Park, to Mo Farah's Olympic  gold medal victory, to an overly enthusiastic supporter hoisting up President  Barack Obama during his successful election campaign in the US.

These are our top picks from AFP's selection  for best pictures of the year.

Britain's Mohamed Farah celebrates winning the men's 5000m final at the Games on August 11

An ecstatic Mohamed Farah celebrates winning his second  gold as the Olympic Park roars to life at the men's 5000m final on August 11.  The British runner became only the seventh man to complete a double victory in  the 5,000m and 10,000m races at the same Games, earning his place among the  finest runners of his generation

U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m individual medley heats at the London Games on August 1

U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps competes in the men's 200m  individual medley heats at the London Games on August 1. Phelps became the  greatest Olympian of all time this year when he secured his 19th medal with  victory in the men's 4x200mn relay, smashing the 48-year record of Russian  gymnast Larissa Latyina

 

Usain Bolt celebrates after Jamaica won and set a new world record in the men's relay final at the Olympics

Usain Bolt celebrates after Jamaica won and set a new  world record in the men's 4x100m relay final at the Olympics. The double Olympic  sprint champion, who won gold in the 100m and 200m races, helped his team end  their Olympics on a high as they smashed their own record to finish the race in  just 36.84secs

 

Fireworks explode above Tower Bridge in London to celebrate the opening of the Olympic Games

Fireworks explode above Tower Bridge in London to  celebrate the opening of the Olympic Games. The opening ceremony, devised by  film director Danny Boyle, cost £27 million and featured James Bond escorting  the Queen to the Olympic Park, and Rowan Atkinson reprising his role as Mr Bean  during a performance of Chariots of Fire

 

China's Zheng Tao celebrates breaking the world record after winning the men's 100m backstroke S6 swimming event during the Paralympic Games

China's Zheng Tao celebrates breaking the world record  after winning the men's 100m backstroke S6 swimming event during the Paralympic  Games. The 21-year-old swims using only the power of his legs, and he took gold  in a record time of 1:13.56

 

An actor dressed to resemble the Queen parachutes into the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games

An actor dressed to resemble the Queen parachutes into  the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, the culmination of  a short film that featured Daniel Craig, in his role as James Bond, escorting  the Queen to the venue in time for the opening of the Games - and even the royal  corgis made a cameo appearance

 

Tthe Olympic flame burning in the stadium at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Games

The Olympic flame burning in the stadium at the closing  ceremony of the 2012 Games, which featured a performance by the reunited Spice  Girls. The cauldron, designed by artist Thomas Heatherwick, featured 204 copper  petals, each one representing one of the competing nations at the Olympic and  Paralympic Games.

 

Bradley Wiggins, the first Brit to win the Tour de France, celebrates at the end of the nineteenth stage of the 2012 race

Bradley Wiggins, the first Brit to win the Tour de  France, celebrates at the end of the nineteenth stage of the 2012 race. Wiggins,  a favourite for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, topped off a great  summer with an Olympic gold in the time trial - his seventh medal overall after  competing in four Olympic Games

 

Serena Williams celebrates her victory after the women's singles final on day 12 of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament

Jumping for joy: Serena Williams celebrates her win  after the women's singles final on day 12 of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships  tennis tournament. The victory over Agnieszka Radwanska was her fifth overall  Wimbledon title, the same number as sister Venus. The pair later partnered up to  take the women's doubles title

 

Singer Adele poses with her six trophies at the 54th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in February

Singer Adele poses with her six trophies at the 54th  Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in February. The singer bagged wins in of the most  prestigious categories, including record, album and song of the year, and later  topped off 2012 by singing the theme to new Bond movie Skyfall

South Korean popstar Psy performs for fans in central Sydney in October. The video for his song Gangnam Style has become the most-watched in YouTube history

South Korean popstar Psy performs for fans in central  Sydney in October. The video for his song Gangnam Style went viral this year,  and overtook Justin Bieber's Baby to become the most-watched in YouTube history  with over 820 million views since it was released in July. By the end of  October, the song had hit the top spot in 30 countries

 

Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses supporters during an electoral campaign rally in March. The Nobel laureate was standing for a seat in parliament for the first time, after being detained under house arrest for 15 years

Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses  supporters during an electoral campaign rally in March. The Nobel laureate was  standing for a seat in for the first time, after being detained under house  arrest for almost 15 of the last 21 years. Her party went on to win 43 of the 45  vacant seats in the lower house of parliament

 

Princes William and Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge wave as they pass the Houses of Parliament aboard the Royal barge during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant

Princes William and Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge  wave as they pass the Houses of Parliament aboard the Royal barge, the 'Spirit  of Chartwell', in central London during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant in  early June. Over 1,000 ships and boats took part in celebrations to mark the  Queen's 60th year on the throne

 

The Duchess of Cambridge adjusts her scarf outside a mosque in Kuala Lumpur in September, on the second leg of a nine-day tour in Asia marking the Diamond Jubilee

The Duchess of Cambridge adjusts her scarf outside a  mosque in Kuala Lumpur in September, on the second leg of a nine-day tour with  the Duke of Cambridge in Southeast Asia and the Pacific marking the Diamond  Jubilee.

 

First Lady Michelle Obama and US President Barack Obama hug after delivering remarks during a campaign event in Iowa last August

First Lady Michelle Obama and US President Barack Obama  hug after delivering remarks during a campaign event in Iowa last August. The  photo later made social media history when it was posted on the presidential  Twitter account after he won the election - it quickly became the most-shared  image since the site began

 

The US President is picked up by Scott Van Duzer during a visit to a restaurant in Florida last September

US President Barack Obama is picked up in a bear-hug by  overly enthusiastic supporter Scott Van Duzer, owner of Big Apple Pizza and  Pasta Italian Restaurant, during a visit to the restaurant in Fort Pierce,  Florida, last September on the second day of a two-day bus tour across the  state.

 

President Obama tucks into some dinner while meeting with supporters in Florida last September

Obama munches on a french fry while meeting with  supporters about voter registration at OMG Burgers in Miami, during the same  visit to Florida.  The president used his two-day post-convention trip  through the swing state to draw fresh attention to Medicare,  an  election-year issue that ended up being more favorable to  Democrats

 

A Presidential wink during the White House Correspondents Association Dinner in April

A Presidential wink after Obama shares a joke during the  White House Correspondents Association Dinner in April. The annual event, which  brings together US presidents, Hollywood celebrities, news media personalities  and Washington correspondents, featured comedian Jimmy Kimmel as the  host

 

Supporters listen to US Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney during a rally in Ohio in October

Supporters listen to US Republican Presidential  candidate Mitt Romney during a rally at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in  Marion, Ohio, last October. The all-important swing state was eventually  eventually called for the Democrats and Obama, essentially winning the President  the election

 

President Obama, right, and Mitt Romney, left, during the second presidential debate in October

President Obama, right, and Mitt Romney, left, during  the second presidential debate in October. After losing the first debate, the  president had to come out swinging in the second townhall debate in New York.  Over the 90-minute contest, the new-and-improved president just about edged  victory over the Republican candidate

 

New taxi cabs in a flooded car park in New Jersey after Hurricane Sandy made landfall in October

New taxi cabs in a flooded car park in New Jersey after  Hurricane Sandy made landfall in October. The superstorm devastated the  Northwestern United States, costing an estimated $65 billion of damage. At least  250 people were killed in seven countries along the storm's path

 

People board the NY Waterways ferry to Manhattan after the storm left left parts of the state and the surrounding area without power

People board the NY Waterways ferry to Manhattan after  the storm. On October 26, three days before the storm made landfall, Governor  Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for every county in the state of New  York. The storm left parts of the state without power, including much of lower  Manhattan south of 34th Street

 

In July, visitors to central China's Henan province gathered to watch giant gushes of water get released from the Xiaolangdi dam to clear up the Yellow river and prevent localized flooding

In July, visitors to central China's Henan province  gathered to watch giant gushes of water get released from the Xiaolangdi dam to  clear up the Yellow river and prevent localized flooding. China is hit by  downpours every summer, often causing fatalities - in 2010 the nation's worst  flooding in a decade left more than 4,300 dead or missing

 

A boy in Manila is pictured trying to salvage belongings from destroyed homes after two barges smashed into an informal settler area in July

A boy swims amongst the debris as he tries to salvage  belongings from destroyed homes in Manila. The informal settler area was hit by  two barges in July, when the strong winds and rains of Tropical Storm Saola hit  the capital.  At least one person was killed and millions were left without  power when the storm struck the country

 

In January, the cruise ship Costa Concordia grounded in front of the harbour of Isola del Giglio in Italy after hitting underwater rocks

In January, the cruise ship Costa Concordia grounded in  front of the harbour of Isola del Giglio in Italy after hitting underwater rocks  and tearing a 50m gash in her hull. It took six hours to evacuate the ship and  more than 30 people lost their lives on board. Italian captain Francesco  Schettino was fired by the Costa Cruises line

 

An ice-covered car on the frozen waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in the city of Versoix in February

A man walks past an ice covered car on the frozen  waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in the city of Versoix, near Geneva in  Switzerland, in early February. A vicious cold snap swept across Europe in the  late winter, and the associated death toll soon rose to more than  260

 

A fire ball rises over the city of Gaza as the Israeli air force carries out a raid in November

A fire ball rises over the city of Gaza as the Israeli  air force carries out a raid for the fourth consecutive day in November. Medics  said 40 Gazans have been killed and more than 350 wounded since Israel launched  the aerial campaign on the enclave on November 14

Tibetan exile Jamphel Yeshi, 27, set himself on fire in March during a rally in New Delhi to protest against an upcoming visit to India by Chinese President Hu Jintao

Tibetan exile Jamphel Yeshi, 27, runs as he is engulfed  in flames after he set himself on fire during a protest in New Delhi last march.  Tibetans at the rally were protesting against an upcoming visit to India by  Chinese President Hu Jintao, according to police. Self-immolation is common among Tibetans protesting against  Chinese rule

 

The mother of 10-month-old Palestinian girl, Hanen Tafesh, killed in an Israeli air strike, is comforted by her husband and relatives as she mourns in Gaza City

The mother of a 10-month-old Palestinian girl, Hanen  Tafesh, killed the day before in an Israeli air strike, is comforted by her  husband and relatives as she mourns before her funeral in Gaza City in  November.  The intensive air strike campaign was aimed at stamping out  rocket fire on southern Israel, according to the Israeli military

 

The Israeli military launch a missile from the Iron Dome air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells from the Gaza Strip

The Israeli military launch a missile from the Iron Dome  air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range  rockets and artillery shells from the Gaza Strip in November. The Israeli  operation against Gaza militants began on November 14 with the killing of a top  Hamas chief along with ten other Palestinians

 

A Free Syrian Army rebel near the Turkish border in northwestern Syria in March

A portrait of a Free Syrian Army rebel mounted one his  horse in Al-Shatouria village, near the Turkish border in northwestern Syria in  March, a full year after a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's regime  erupted in the country. Thousands of combatants and civilians have been killed  since the uprising began

 

A child from the Roma community leaves a camp after being expelled by French police officers in Saint-Priest, outside Lyon, last August

A child from the Roma community leaves a camp after  being expelled by French police officers outside Lyon last August. About 15,000  ethnic Roma currently live in illegal camps across France and their presence,  almost invariably the subject of hostility from local residents, has become a  major political headache for the ruling Socialists

 

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, a 72-year-old Nepali who claims to be the world's shortest man, walks near his home village in February

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, a 72-year-old Nepali, the world's  shortest man at 56 centimetres in height, walks near his home in Reemkholi  village in the Dang district, some 540 kilometres southwest of Kathmandu, last  February. Dangi was on his way the capital city to meet Guinness World Records  experts who awarded him the world title

 

A boy injured when a shell, released by regime forces, hit his house waits to be treated at a hospital in Syria's northern city of Aleppo in August

A boy injured when a shell, released by regime forces,  hit his house waits to be treated at a hospital in Syria's northern city of  Aleppo in August. Syrian forces had attacked areas in and around the city as  Western powers sought to tighten the screws on embattled President Bashar  al-Assad

 

A Syrian man carries his wounded daughter outside a hospital in Aleppo in September

A Syrian man carries his wounded daughter outside a  hospital in Aleppo in September. During another blood-soaked month in the  country, Syrian troops shelled several districts in Aleppo and clashed with  rebel groups, while Damascus ally Iran proposed a simultaneous halt to the  violence and a peaceful solution to the conflict

 

A French soldier stands on a rooftop of an Afghan National Police (ANP) combat post in September. The policemen sleep on beds outside because of the heat

A French soldier stands on a rooftop of an Afghan  National Police (ANP) combat post in September, in a village on the road to  Naghlu, the French army base in the war-torn country. The policemen stationed at  the combat post sleep on beds outside because of the heat, which regularly  exceeds 35 degrees in the summer

 

Supporters of Antonis Samaras, leader of the Greek conservative party New Democracy, wave flags during a pre-election speech in Athens last May

Supporters of Antonis Samaras, leader of the Greek  conservative party New Democracy, wave flags during a pre-election speech in  Athens last May. Mr Samaras was elected Prime Minister of Greece in June this  year as the country rebelled against strict austerity policies imposed by EU and  IMF leaders

 

Supporters of the French Socialist Party and and newly elected president Francois Hollande celebrate at the Bastille Square in Paris last May

Supporters of the French Socialist Party and their  leader Francois Hollande celebrate his election as president of the country at  the Bastille Square in Paris last May. Hollande, who dealt a humiliating defeat  to incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy, is France's first socialist president in nearly  two decades

 

 

The 42,000 year old carcass of the world's most well-preserved baby mammoth, named Lyuba, is displayed in Hong Kong in April

The carcass of the world's most well-preserved baby  mammoth, named Lyuba, was displayed in Hong Kong in April.  Lyuba, whose  carcass is 42 thousand years old, was found by a reindeer herder encased in a  layer of permafrost in Yamal Peninsula in Russia in 2007

 

A fully grown male wild leopard climbs a net after falling into a water reservoir tank at a tea estate in India in June. The animal was rescued by a wildlife sanctuary team who lowered a ladder and the net into the tank

A fully grown male wild leopard climbs a net after it  fell into a water reservoir tank at a tea estate in Haskhowa, India in June. The  animal was rescued by the Sukna Forest rescue team from the Mahananda wildlife  sanctuary, who managed to get him out by lowering a ladder and a net into the  tank

 

Workers in panda costumes transport a giant panda back to the wild in southwest China's Sichaun province last May

Workers in costumes carry a box to transport giant  pandas back to the wild at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in southwest  China's Sichaun province last May. The bears will be left to fend for themselves  to learn crucial survival skills, and scientists plan to gradually reduce human  interaction until they can live without any assistance

 

Wrestlers perform during the Lucha Va Voom's Cinco de Mayan show at the Mayan Theatre in downtown Los Angeles

Wrestlers perform during the Lucha Va Voom's Cinco de  Mayan show at the Mayan Theatre in downtown Los Angeles in May this year. Lucha  Va Voom is a mixture of Lucha libre, or masked Mexican professional wrestling,  with comedy and striptease. The company has toured the US since 2002

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel sits in his racing car during the first practice session of Formula One's Singapore Grand Prix in September

Red Bull Renault driver Sebastian Vettel sits in his  racing car before the first practice session of Formula One's Singapore Grand  Prix in September. The German went on to win his third world championship title  in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He finished just three points ahead of Ferrari's Fernando  Alonso in the title race

 

A lone tourist stands in Times Square in October as New Yorkers prepare for Hurricane Sandy

A lone tourist stands in Times Square in October as New  Yorkers prepare for Hurricane Sandy. The eastern side of the United States was  put on lockdown awaiting the arrival of the hurricane, dubbed Frankenstorm. The  storm caused havoc with driving rain and devastating winds and killed more than  100 people in the US

 

French members of the RAID special police forces unit leave after an assault on the besieged flat of self-professed Al-Qaeda militant Mohamed Merah in March

French members of the RAID special police forces unit  leave after an assault on the besieged flat of self-professed Al-Qaeda militant  Mohamed Merah in March. Merah died in the assault in Toulouse, south west, and  was said to have jumped from the window still shooting

 

Newly elected president Francois Hollande, of France's Socialist Party, celebrates with partner Valerie Trierweiler

Newly elected president Francois Hollande, of France's  Socialist Party, celebrates with partner Valerie Trierweiler at the Place de la  Bastille in Paris in May after the announcement of the first official results of  the French presidential second round. Francois Hollande's win ousted right-wing  incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy

 

Meryl Streep and Jean Dujardin celebrate their Oscar success in the press room at the 84th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood in February

Meryl Streep and Jean Dujardin celebrate their Oscar  success in the press room at the 84th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood in  February. Meryl Streep scooped the Best Actress in a Leading Role and Jean  Dujardin walked away with the Best Actor in a Leading Role gong

Russian Presidential candidate Prime Minister Vladimir Putin delivers a speech to over 100,000 supporters during a rally at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow in February.

Russian Presidential candidate Prime Minister Vladimir  Putin delivers a speech to over 100,000 supporters during a rally at the  Luzhniki stadium in Moscow in February. He vowed he would not allow foreign  powers to interfere in Russia's internal affairs and predicted victory in an  ongoing battle for its future.

 

A Russian flag with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin image on it flies above his supporters as they celebrate Putin's victory at the central Manezhnaya Square just outside the Kremlin in Moscow

A Russian flag with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin image  on it flies above his supporters as they celebrate Putin's victory at the  central Manezhnaya Square just outside the Kremlin in Moscow. Some 15,000 people  took part in the rally in March

Thousands of Congolese flee the town of Sake following fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town earlier this month

Thousands of Congolese flee the town of Sake following  fresh fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo town earlier this  month. Fighting broke out causing people to head east, towards Goma, to the  camps in the village of Mugunga

 

M23 rebels celebrate in the streets of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in November this year after claiming control of the main town of Goma and its airport

M23 rebels celebrate in the streets of Goma in the east  of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in November this year after claiming  control of the main town of Goma and its airport, in the mineral-rich east, as  President Joseph Kabila urged people to defend the country's  sovereignty

 

Egyptian protesters carry an obelisk with the names of those killed during last year's uprising at a huge rally in Tahrir Square in January

Egyptian protesters carry an obelisk with the names of  those killed during last year's uprising at a huge rally in Tahrir Square in  January. It marked the first anniversary of the uprising that toppled president  Hosni Mubarak. Debate raged over whether the rally was a celebration or a second  push for change

 

A fire breather performs in Chinatown in Manila, the Philippines, in January, the day before the Chinese New Yea

A fire breather performs in Chinatown in Manila, the  Philippines, in January, the day before the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year  is the longest and most important festivity in the Chinese calendar and marks  the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday

 

Young Slovaks dressed in traditional costumes throw a bucket of water at a girl as part of Easter celebrations in the village of Trencianska Tepla, north of Bratislava, in April

Young Slovaks dressed in traditional costumes throw a  bucket of water at a girl as part of Easter celebrations in the village of  Trencianska Tepla, north of Bratislava, in April. Slovakia's men splash women  with water and hit them with a willow to symbolise youth, strength and beauty  for the upcoming spring season

 

A member of Rosas de Ouro samba school starts dancing before taking part in the opening night of parades at the Sambadrome, as part of Carnival celebrations in Sao Paulo, Brazil in February

A member of Rosas de Ouro samba school starts dancing  before taking part in the opening night of parades at the Sambadrome, as part of  Carnival celebrations in Sao Paulo, Brazil in February

 

A woman looks at an installation of fishes made of recycled plastic bottles in Botafogo beach, in Rio de Janeiro in June

A woman looks at an installation of fishes made of  recycled plastic bottles in Botafogo beach, in Rio de Janeiro in June. The  artwork was put in place to coincide with the UN Conference on Sustainable  Development, Rio+20. The conference was the largest ever organized, with 50,000  delegates

 

Actor and activist George Clooney and his father journalist Nick Clooney are arrested for trespassing upon the Sudanese Embassy in Washington DC in March 16

Actor George Clooney and his father journalist Nick  Clooney are arrested for trespassing upon the Sudanese Embassy in Washington DC  in March 16. Clooney and his father were protesting against human rights abuses  by the Sudanese government

 

Italian striker Mario Balotelli celebrates after scoring the second goal during the Euro 2012 football championships

Italian striker Mario Balotelli celebrates after scoring  the second goal during the Euro 2012 football championships. The Manchester City  player hit the back of the net twice in the semi-final game between Germany and  Italy in June 28 at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland

 

Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring during the Spanish league football match

Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi celebrates  after scoring during the Spanish league football match between Malaga CF and FC  Barcelona in January at Rosaleda stadium in Malaga, Spain

 

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Comment by unell mitchell on December 2, 2012 at 9:43pm

Look at the hand of Obama and Romney, and they call us apes

Comment by Rebel on November 29, 2012 at 2:19pm
Encore!!
Comment by Smokey on November 29, 2012 at 2:10pm
I came to this article thinking CF had the nerve to compare an athlete to the President of the Free World. Was ready to cuss...and I'm Jamaican

Carry on :-)
Comment by Carolyn Gomez on November 29, 2012 at 1:30pm

Great shots!!!!!!!!!

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