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Members of the Edenbridge Bonfire Society work to assemble their creation ahead of a photocall to unveil this years “Celebrity Guy”, US Presidential candidate Donald Trump, in Edenbridge, England. Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images
A participant in costume holds aloft a torch as bonfire societies parade through the streets of Lewes in Sussex, during the traditional Bonfire Night celebrations. Bonfire Night is related to the ancient festival of Samhain, the Celtic New Year. Processions held across the South of England culminate in Lewes on November 5, commemorating the memory of the seventeen Protestant martyrs. Thousands of people attend the parade through the narrow streets until the evening comes to an end with the burning of an effigy, or ‘guy,’ usually representing Guy Fawkes, who died in 1605 after an unsuccessful attempt to blow up The Houses of Parliament.
A woman cleans Guy Fawkes masks, used by many demonstrators in protests around the world including Brazil, at a factory assembly line in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro on Friday.
Protesters against austerity and property taxes outside the Ballymascanlon Hotel in Dundalk, Ireland where Taoiseach Enda Kenny was due to have lunch after officially opening the new eBay Inc European Operations Centre.