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In pictures: The funeral procession of Kem Ley
Organisers load the body of Kem Ley onto a vehicle at Wat Chas pagoda in Chroy Changvar early yesterday morning.
Onlookers wait in Chroy Changvar yesterday with their motorbikes adorned with Kem Ley posters as the political analyst's funeral procession gathers.
People wait in Phnom Penh's Chroy Changvar district just before seven o'clock in the morning for Kem Ley's funeral procession to begin.
Men attach a photo of slain political activist and Grassroots Democracy Party founder Kem Ley to a motorbike.
A vehicle with a portrait of Kem Ley attached to the bonnet leads the procession over the Chroy Changvar bridge into Phnom Penh yesterday morning.
A monk holds a poster of Kem Ley as he travels toward Monivong Boulevard on a truck yesterday.
A woman holds a poster of Kem Ley as she travels in Kem Ley's funeral procession yesterday.
Members of the public stand on the back of a truck and spectate as thousands of people travel along Phnom Penh's Monivong Boulevard.
Monks follow a truck bearing large portraits of Kem Ley as a convoy of vehicles travels though the streets of Phnom Penh.
Thousands of people travel over the Chroy Changvar bridge in a convoy just after seven o'clock yesterday.
Kem Ley's wife Bou Rachana holds a portrait of her slain husband in Phnom Penh as she begins the journey to Takeo province yesterday morning.
Thousands of people cover a stretch of Phnom Penh's 6-lane Monivong Boulevard as the procession for Kem Ley travels through Phnom Penh.
Monks walk along the road as people wait to pay their respects to Kem Ley during his funeral procession yesterday.
Monks walk past a woman holding a poster of Kem Ley in Phnom Penh.
Members of Kem Ley's procession hold posters as they travel along Russian Boulevard yesterday by truck.
A truck mounted with a large portrait of Kem Lay crawls along Phnom Penh's Russian Boulevard yesterday morning at nine o'clock.
Motorists from Kem Ley's procession question the closure of a petrol station on Russian Boulevard.
A man holds a Kem Ley poster and watches as a convoy of mourners travels toward the airport yesterday morning.
Thousands line the street side near the airport as a procession for slain political analyst Kem Ley turns onto National Road 3.
Two women tearfully observe Kem Ley's funeral procession yesterday.
Kem Ley's funeral procession reaches its end at the Chom Chao roundabout near Phnom Penh International Airport.
Monks sit on the roof of a vehicle as Kem Ley's procession makes its way through Takeo province yesterday afternoon.
People unload Kem Ley's body at his family home in Tram Kak district’s Leay Bor commune yesterday afternoon.
Mourners gather at Kem Ley’s family home in Takeo's Tram Kak district yesterday as the procession reaches its destination and the political analyst's final resting place.