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Monday, 11 March, 2002, 15:45 GMT
In pictures: Zimbabwe votes
Frustration mounted outside polling stations in Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Monday as hundreds gathered, expecting to be allowed to vote on the third day of the country's presidential election. Despite a court ruling extending the election, polling stations stayed closed for several hours.

Close polling station an Mabvuku
Police kept some polling stations shut for several hours

Voters sit in the sun
Many waited until the situation was resolved

Long queue outside polling station
Queues showed how determined people are to vote

A voter argues with a Zimbabwe policeman
Tempers frayed as voters become frustrated by the delays

Workers in polling station
Inside, election workers waited to hear if voting was to resume

Woman at Harare polling station asks why her name is not on voters roll
Some found their names had been struck off the electoral roll

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