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In the run-up to the opening
Remembrance Sunday commemorations took place in the UK and across the Commonwealth, including the Caribbean.
Nothing brings the former allies of World Wars One and Two together like the ceremony of the laying of wreaths to remember those who have died in past conflicts.
Caribbean Intelligence takes a look at some of the Sunday's events across the Caribbean region.
In Barbados, Prime Minister Mia Mottley laid a wreath.
The Prime Minister of the Bahamas shared a message on social media.
In Trinidad, British High Commissioner Tim Stew shared a photo.
This is Prime Minister Timothy Harris in St Kitts and Nevis.
And the wreaths in Guyana, shared by the UK High Commission team there.
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