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Million Mask March in London

Updated 1328 GMT (2128 HKT) November 6, 2015
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A police car is burned during the anti-capitalist Million Mask March near the British Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday November 5. The hacker group Anonymous organized the protest. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
An unattended police car is set on fire in Queen Anne's Gate in central London during the protest on Guy Fawkes Night, an annual commemoration in the UK of a failed plot to kill King James I in 1605. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Protesters wear stylized masks of Guy Fawkes, one of the plotters of the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605. The masks have been widely adopted by the Anonymous movement. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Fifty arrests were made during the protest, police said. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
The Million Mask March moved through central London past many of the British capital's landmarks. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
A YouTube video promoting the march promised would be "the biggest global protest in the history of the world." JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
British police officers form a blockade around protesters during the Million Mask March. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Police and protesters clash at the protests. About 2,000 police officers were called into action. JACK TAYLOR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images