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In pictures: China's Communist Party Congress

Take a look at these images from China, where President Hu Jintao has opened a Communist Party congress. It's a massive meeting, which happens every 10 years, where a new leader will be chosen.
Not everyone has been smiling like the attendants pictured here. Human rights group Amnesty International says more than 130 politicians have been put in prison unlawfully or placed under house arrest for disagreeing with the President.
Attendants in front of the Great Hall of the People before the opening session of the 18th Communist Party congress in Beijing, 8 November 2012
Held in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, the week-long meeting will be watched by the world for clues as to who will take over as leader of China.
People gather at the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, 8 November 2012
Lots of issues will be discussed at the big meeting, including how China spends it's money, the large number of poor people, and how to help the elderly.
Subway commuters beneath a subway station television showing a live broadcast of Chinese President Hu Jintao's remarks during the opening session of the Communist Party congress in Beijing, 8 November 2012
During the congress, which includes representatives from across China, a new central committee is selected to help run the country.
Minority delegates arrive for the opening session of the Communist Party congress at the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, 8 November 2012
Security is tight around the Great Hall and across the capital. More than 1.4 million volunteers have been brought in to help out.
Chinese soldiers walk past the Great Hall of the People where the opening session of the 18th Communist Party congress is being held, Beijing, 8 November 2012
Transport in the area has been restricted, street vendors have been told to close their stalls and even kite flying has reportedly been banned!
Chinese policemen stand guard near a large screen showing a live broadcast of Chinese President Hu Jintao's remarks at the opening session of the 18th Communist Party congress, in Beijing, 8 November 2012
Next week, Mr Hu is expected to give up his role as party chief. It has been suggested that this will be his successor, Xi Jinping.
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping at the opening session of the Communist Party congress in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, 8 November 2012
Over 2,000 people are attending China's Communist Party congress in Beijing, the once-a-decade meeting, where a new leader will be chosen.
The opening ceremony of the congress takes place in the Great Hall.
Lots of school students watched the Chinese president giving his speech during the opening ceremony.
High school students in Zhuji watch a screen showing the Chinese president delivering a keynote report during the opening ceremony.
Some people disagree with how the country is run - these demonstrators in Hong Kong want the country to be more democratic so that everyone can have a say in who runs the country. At the moment China's all-powerful and secretive Communist Party are in charge.
Pro-democracy lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan and other demonstrators who hold placards and a banner as they march towards the Chinese liaison office during a protest against Beijing"s central government in Hong Kong.
President Hu Jintao opened what is likely to be his last congress in charge of the governing Communist Party with a speech.
Party leaders listen to the speech of Hu Jintao, bottom, Chinese president and Communist Party general secretary, at the opening session of the Communist Party congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, 8 November 2012