In pictures: Gallipoli centenary ceremonies

The centenary of one of World War One's bloodiest campaigns, Gallipoli, is being marked with a service on the Turkish peninsula which gave the campaign its name. There are also events taking place in Australia and New Zealand, which lost thousands of troops.

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Image caption Prince Harry was among the dignitaries who met sailors and relatives of those who fought in the campaign
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Image caption Turkish troops are also taking part in the commemoration. Ottoman forces lost 86,000 men in the campaign
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Image caption Prince Charles and Turkish President Erdogan both laid wreaths and gave speeches at the service at the Abide memorial
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Image caption Another ceremony is being held at the Helles Memorial, where this picture of an Australian soldier has been displayed
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Image caption Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is expected to speak at the service
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Image caption The centenary is also being marked in Australia and New Zealand. Here a seagull flies over poppies laid over Melbourne's Federation Square
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Image caption In the New Zealand capital Wellington, soldiers took part in a street parade ahead of 25 April, which is marked as Anzac Day

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