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Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- On "Hot Shots," Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton reports on today's most compelling images. (Source: Bloomberg)

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A little boy who wandered onstage seemed to take a huge liking to pope francis and stuck by his side while he addressed the crowd at st.

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At one point the boy even sat in the papal chair.

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He patted the boy's head while he spoke.

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