Your week in pictures
You have been sending your photos of news stories around the globe this week. Here is a selection of them:
Nearly four million people are expected to have visited the field of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London to mark the centenary of the start of World War One, by 12 November. Newman Calderley sent this picture.
The installation of poppies began in early August and has evolved over the weeks, put together by 8,000 volunteers. Kerry Unwin sent us this picture of Yeomen Warders inspecting the poppies.
About 100,000 workers marched across the Belgian capital of Brussels on Thursday to protest against the Belgian government's austerity policies. James Marshall submitted this picture, showing people joining the protests.
The mass demonstration in Brussels ended in violent clashes between protesters and police. Jonathan Raa sent this picture.
"The demonstration was peaceful and was generally either ignored by the local shoppers or supported in a reverent kind of manner by people of all ages", said Michael Freedman, who took this picture of continued protests in a street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
John Banyard took this photo on Thursday at the Chiswick Park firework display from the rooftop of a nearby building.
Mike Purdy took this picture of a Pearly Queen paying her respects at Westminster Abbey and having her picture taken.
Ruth Moucharafieh took this picture of buglers from the 9th Battalion Sikh Light Infantry, during the Remembrance Day service at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery, in Beirut, Lebanon.
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