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In pictures: Britain decides, war-torn Syria, and a Chilean protestor

LKS 20191019 Activists from the People's Vote organisation calling for a second referendum on Brexit unveil an effigy depicting Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a puppet operated by his advisor Dominic Cummings in central London on October 19, 2019, ahead of a march and rally. - Thousands of people march to parliament calling for a "People's Vote", with an option to reverse Brexit as MPs hold a debate on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. LEHTIKUVA / AFP Isabel Infantes

IN TODAY’S BEST PHOTOS from around the world, we lead with an image from an anti-Brexit demonstration in London today, where thousands of protestors have gathered amid a crucial vote in the British Parliament, which will decide whether to accept the Brexit agreement struck between the UK and the EU this week. We also have a soldier in Syria, protests in Chile, and an Elizabeth Warren rally in Virginia. 

A Turkish-backed Syrian fighter rests in the shell of a former bus stop in the border town of Ayn al-Arus, following a five-day ceasefire declared by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last night. 

A police officer chases a student during a mass fare-dodging protest in the Chilean capital Santiago on Saturday morning, which has paralyzed transportation and prompted the Chilean government to call for a state of emergency. 

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren attends a rally in Norfolk, Virginia, on Friday night. 

Image Credit: Lehtikuva 

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