In pictures: International reaction to Brexit

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks after the referendum resultImage source, AP
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke of her dismay at the referendum result
Jusos, youth organization of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), and the Gruene Jugend (Green Youth), gather for "Europe has a future" rally post-BrexitImage source, EPA
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Young German activists held a pro-EU rally
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Stocks fell across Europe, including here in Warsaw
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The financial fallout from the Brexit vote was also watched closely in Hong Kong
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Brexit dominated the evening headlines in Tokyo
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US presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is visiting Scotland, welcomed the Brexit vote
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European Council President Donald Tusk told journalists the decision of the British people must be implemented as soon as possible
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Chinese shares slumped as investors reacted to the UK vote
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Brokers watched as German stocks fell
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Mr Cameron's resignation statement was carried live on television seen in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
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Those following the financial markets in New York saw the pound tumble as early results came in