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BULGARIA-PROTESTS/
RTSD3VSS 
November 11, 2022 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a... 
Sofia, Bulgaria 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest in Sofia 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a regular government to implement the country's income policies, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 11, 2022. The poster reads: "The inflation is rising, our salaries not". REUTERS/Spasiyana Sergieva 
BULGARIA-PROTESTS/
RTSD3VO8 
November 11, 2022 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers' salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a... 
Sofia, Bulgaria 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest in Sofia 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers' salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a regular government to implement the country's income policies, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 11, 2022. The poster reads: "Decent pay for our work". REUTERS/Spasiyana Sergieva 
BULGARIA-PROTESTS/
RTSD3VO9 
November 11, 2022 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a... 
Sofia, Bulgaria 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest in Sofia 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a regular government to implement the country's income policies, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 11, 2022. The poster reads: "We want adequate salaries". REUTERS/Spasiyana Sergieva 
BULGARIA-PROTESTS/
RTSD3VO5 
November 11, 2022 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a... 
Sofia, Bulgaria 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest in Sofia 
Bulgaria's main trade unions protest demanding workers salaries increase to reflect inflation, and a regular government to implement the country's income policies, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 11, 2022. REUTERS/Spasiyana Sergieva 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/EU
RTSD1S63 
November 09, 2022 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan... 
Brussels, Belgium 
News conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels, Belgium, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/EU
RTSD1S5U 
November 09, 2022 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan... 
Brussels, Belgium 
News conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels, Belgium, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/EU
RTSD1RYO 
November 09, 2022 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan... 
Brussels, Belgium 
News conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels, Belgium, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/EU
RTSD1RSW 
November 09, 2022 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan... 
Brussels, Belgium 
News conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels 
European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a news conference on a plan to provide regular financial support to Ukraine, in Brussels, Belgium, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSCKYU3 
October 25, 2022 
Mohammad Ameen Sha and Ismail Sha study with rechargeable lanterns for their final examination during... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
Mohammad Ameen Sha and Ismail Sha study with rechargeable lanterns for their final examination during one of the frequent power outages, called load-shedding, from South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, October 25, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSCKYU2 
October 25, 2022 
Mohammad Ameen Sha studies with a rechargeable lantern for his final examination during one of the frequent... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
Mohammad Ameen Sha studies with a rechargeable lantern for his final examination during one of the frequent power outages, called load-shedding, from South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, October 25, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSCKYTX 
October 25, 2022 
Ismail Sha studies with a rechargeable lantern for his final examination during one of the frequent power... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
Ismail Sha studies with a rechargeable lantern for his final examination during one of the frequent power outages, called load-shedding, from South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, October 25, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD3PO 
October 18, 2022 
A Venezuelan migrant, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
A Venezuelan migrant, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, holds a sheet with information about a shelter while waiting to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD3L6 
October 18, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, gather as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD2TT 
October 18, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, raise their hands as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD2TV 
October 18, 2022 
Police officers keep watch as Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
Police officers keep watch as Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD2M8 
October 18, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/VENEZUELA
RTSCD2M7 
October 18, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants are expelled from the U.S. and sent back to Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR76 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR74 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, rest as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR4J 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR4M 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, speak as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR2F 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR2G 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, rest as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR09 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, line up to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBR0A 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, speak as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBQX3 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, rest as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-VENEZUELA
RTSCBQX1 
October 17, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan migrants expelled from U.S. and sent back to Mexico in Mexico City 
Venezuelan migrants, expelled from the U.S., and sent back to Mexico as part of a new policy to curb the number of illegal crossings to Mexico, rest as they wait to provisionally regularize their migratory situation outside of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (COMAR), in Mexico City, Mexico, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTSBMTFI 
September 29, 2022 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African President Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament, in Cape Town 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly kept on his private farm, and on frequent power outages, as South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTSBMTE1 
September 29, 2022 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African President Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament, in Cape Town 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly kept on his private farm, and on frequent power outages, as South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTSBMTAU 
September 29, 2022 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African President Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament, in Cape Town 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly kept on his private farm, and on frequent power outages, as South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTSBMT7Z 
September 29, 2022 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South African President Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament, in Cape Town 
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to questions in parliament surrounding cash allegedly kept on his private farm, and on frequent power outages, as South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTSBMLZ9 
September 29, 2022 
People hold a CGT labour union banner which reads "united and in solidarity for the regularization of... 
Nice, France 
Nationwide day of strike and protests against high cost of living in France 
People hold a CGT labour union banner which reads "united and in solidarity for the regularization of all undocumented workers living in France" during a demonstration as part of a nationwide day of strike and protests to push for government measures to address inflation, workers' rights and pension reforms, in Nice, France, September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBF5K6 
September 21, 2022 
A notice are seen on a window of a shop of the frequent power outages as South Africa's struggling power... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
A notice are seen on a window of a shop of the frequent power outages as South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 21, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBF5I4 
September 21, 2022 
A person stands at the counter inside a shop with no electricity due to South Africa's struggling power... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
A person stands at the counter inside a shop with no electricity due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 21, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBF5I5 
September 21, 2022 
A message on a board at the entrance of a shop is seen as electricity issues continue due to South Africa's... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
A message on a board at the entrance of a shop is seen as electricity issues continue due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 21, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBF5I1 
September 21, 2022 
Lights are out in a shop due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
Lights are out in a shop due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 21, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBF5HZ 
September 21, 2022 
Lights are out in a shop due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts in Cape Town 
Lights are out in a shop due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 21, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBECLX 
September 20, 2022 
A message on a glass door of a shop is seen as electricity issues continue due to South Africa's struggling... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town 
A message on a glass door of a shop is seen as electricity issues continue due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 20, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBEC5M 
September 20, 2022 
People sit in a pub by candle light due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town 
People sit in a pub by candle light due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom, implementing regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 20, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTSBEC5Q 
September 20, 2022 
A restaurant uses candles due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom regular power cuts - called... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom implements regular power cuts, in Cape Town 
A restaurant uses candles due to South Africa's struggling power utility Eskom regular power cuts - called 'load-shedding' - because of ageing coal-fired power stations, in Cape Town, South Africa, September 20, 2022. REUTERS/Esa Alexander 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ7 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ6 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ1 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ2 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPP 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPO 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPN 
September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
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State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at... 
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State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The gates are locked after the coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II enters St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK... 
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State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today. This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Paul Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK... 
London, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The funeral procession makes its way across the Tilt Yard of Horse Guards, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today. This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Paul Watson/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. Corporal Simon Lucas/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State Funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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September 19, 2022 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The coffin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is seen here entering St George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor.   Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. Around 4,000 regular and reserve soldiers, sailors, marines and aviators, as well as musicians from Armed Forces bands, took part in the proceedings today.   This included over 3,000 military personnel in central London, with 1,650 personnel forming part of the procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey and procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.   In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.   The proceedings in London saw the Bearer Party, formed of personnel from The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, transfer Her Majesty The Queen’s Coffin from Westminster Hall to the State Gun Carriage, which was pulled by 142 Naval Ratings to Westminster Abbey. PO Phot Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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