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Americans flock to stores to take advantage of "Black Friday" sales, on what has become one of the busiest shopping day of the year. Canadians waited in lines at the crack of dawn and in Greece, thousands joined the country's first-ever Black Friday shopping event.

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People walk at Athens main shopping street, taking advantage of the Black Friday offers in central Athens on November 25, 2016. This is the country's first-ever Black Friday shopping event.

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Customers line up outside Best Buy before 6 a.m. on Black Friday, in Ottawa on Friday.

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Shoppers queue up in front of Victoria's Secret on Black Friday, in Dartmouth, Mass.

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People shop at Macy's department store on November 25 in New York.

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A shopper purchases a television on Black Friday, London, Britain, November 25.

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People wait outside a department store in Thessaloniki November 25 in the country's first-ever Black Friday shopping craze.

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Customers at a Walmart store in Bentonville, AR, with their Black Friday items.

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Shoppers walk past retail stores on Oxford Street, on 'Black Friday' in London.

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Store employee helps a customer with his purchase during the Black Friday sales event on Thanksgiving Day at Target in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

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A customer looks through a flyer while shopping at Best Buy on Black Friday, in Ottawa on Friday, Nov. 25, 2016.

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