1 of 6 Voters in Lebanon took part in the fourth and final stage of the country's parliamentary elections on Sunday.
2 of 6 From remote mountain villages to Mediterranean coastal towns, voters in northern Lebanon cast their ballots.
3 of 6 It is the first election since Syria's withdrawal from Lebanon following the murder of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Here a car covered in posters supporting his son is removed by traffic police in Tripoli,
4 of 6 Early results suggest an anti-Syrian alliance formed by Saad Hariri has won the election.
5 of 6 They faced a close challenge from the Christian former general Michel Aoun.
6 of 6 Turn-out was said to have reached 48%, up on the 40% recorded in the northern region during the 2000 elections.