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In pictures: Belfast remembrance

People wait to lay poppy wreaths

People wait to lay wreaths at the Cenotaph at Belfast City hall

Former service personnel and their families pay tribute at the City Hall

Former service personnel and their families pay tribute at the City Hall

Chief Constable Sir Hugh Orde lays a wreath on behalf of the Police Service of Northern Ireland

Chief Constable Sir Hugh Orde lays a wreath on behalf of the Police Service of Northern Ireland

Guard of honour at Cenotaph

A two minute silence was held at 1100 GMT

Wreath laying at war memorial

Belfast's High Sheriff, Councillor Margaret McKenzie, laid the first wreath

Wreaths left at rear of Cenotaph

Other wreaths were left at the rear of the Cenotaph, including one for the 36th Ulster Division, formed out of the pre-WWI Ulster Volunteer Force




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