In pictures: Tears and celebration on Brazil's streets

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Image caption, Supporters of far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro were in a celebratory mood after he won the second round of Brazil's presidential election.
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Image caption, He has promised to eradicate corruption and to drive down Brazil's high crime levels.
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Image caption, Mr Bolsonaro will take over from conservative Michel Temer, who has led the country for two years.
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Image caption, Mr Bolsonaro defeated Fernando Haddad of the left-wing Workers' Party, which ruled from 2003 to 2016. His supporters were pictured celebrating the party's apparent demise.
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Image caption, But there are fears about what his election may mean for the country.
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Image caption, It has led to comparisons with the US President Donald Trump - one which this supporter of Mr Bolsonaro has apparently embraced.
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Image caption, Supporters of the Workers' Party worry about Mr Bolsonaro's divisive rhetoric.
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Image caption, Mr Haddad has promised his supporters - many of whom were pictured crying - he willl "defend the freedoms of those 45 million people" who voted for him.

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