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Pictures: Aftermath of the violence in England
11 August 2011
Last updated at 09:28
Pictures of the aftermath after four nights of violence across England.
After four nights of violence in English cities, a sign urging Londoners to be nice to each other has been put up near an Underground station.
A worker stands by the remains of a furniture shop that was burnt to the ground in Croydon, south London.
Hundreds of notes have been posted on a "peace wall" on the boarded-up window of a store in Peckham, south London.
A woman walks past a broken cafe window in Clapham Junction, south London. 16,000 police officers were put on the capital's streets on Tuesday and things have been mostly quiet since then.
This police station in Nottingham was attacked during Tuesday night's violence.
Young volunteers help the clean-up effort in Manchester, where more than 100 people have been arrested after rioters looted shops and set fire to cars and buildings.
A sign outside a looted shop in Manchester shows how many people in the city are feeling.
A candle-lit vigil has been held in Birmingham at the scene of where three men were killed, after being hit by a car on Tuesday night. They had been trying to protecting their area.
Some courts have been working through the night to deal with people arrested. There have been more than 1,000 arrests across England since the trouble began on Saturday.