In pictures: See how the world sees US Presidential Election 2016

The 2016 US Election is on 8 November.

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An effigy of Donald Trump is burnt as part of bonfire night celebrations in Edenbridge, Britain Reuters

The 2016 US Election is almost upon us.

On 8 November, voters will choose between Republican President Donald Trump or Democrat President Hillary Clinton and in sometime, we will know who will be heading to the White House.

Celebrities including Beyonce, Jay Z, Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, and more have publicly supported Clinton, while Aaron Carter, Omarosa, Jon Voight, Stephen Baldwin, are rooting for Trump.

Scroll down to take a look at how people around the world are looking at the presidential elections.

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Mr. and Mrs. Burger featuring Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are displayed with voting ballots at J.S. Burgers Cafe in Tokyo, Japan Reuters
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Peruvian shamans holding a poster of Hillary Clinton perform a ritual of predictions ahead of the U.S. presidential elections, at Lima, Peru Reuters
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A carnival float with papier-mache caricature mocking Donald Trump, is displayed at a postponed "Rosenmontag" (Rose Monday) parade, at one location in Duesseldorf, Germany Reuters
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Felix, a male polar bear, stands near pumpkins with portraits of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as it predicts the result of U.S. presidential election at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia Reuters
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A member of Hindu Sena, a right-wing Hindu group, holds a poster of Donald Trump as they symbolically celebrate his victory in the upcoming U.S. elections, in New Delhi, India Reuters

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