Rio Paralympics 2016: Opening ceremony sees Brazil president booed
Brazilian president Michel Temer was booed as the 2016 Paralympic Games opened in Rio de Janeiro to a backdrop of colour, music and a powerful message of inclusivity.
Thousands of performers were involved either side of the two-hour procession of competing countries at the Maracana.
Competition begins on Thursday, when Britain's Dame Sarah Storey can become the most successful female Paralympian.
Storey goes for gold in the C5 pursuit (qualifying: 15:19 BST, finals: 21:12).