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In pictures: Kenya polls violence

Supporter of Raila Odinga in the Kibera slum, Nairobi

Fresh violence has left scores dead in Kenya following allegations of rigging and foul play at last week's presidential elections.

A policeman stands in front of a barricade in Nairobi

President Mwai Kibaki was named the winner. Violence erupted almost immediately after the announcement.

Police stand guard to block Raila Odinga supporters entering central Nairobi

Armed riot police have been called in to prevent opposition supporters from entering the centre of the capital, Nairobi.

Nairobi City centre

The public has been urged to stay away from the capital's centre, which is deserted.

Resident of Kibera

In the opposition stronghold of Kibera, looters have swept through the slum, ransacking stores and setting cars and other property on fire.

A riot police officer removes a burning barricade during riots in the Kibera slum in Nairobi

Riot police removed barricades in an attempt to restore order.

Kenyan police chase ODM supporters in Nairobi

There have been running battles between police firing teargas and mobs armed with clubs and machetes.

Police officers beat opposition supporters

Witnesses say the police fired live bullets after protesters threw stones.

Police officers detain an opposition supporter in Kibera

Police officers detained opposition supporters in Kibera.

Women flee 2007 during riots at the Kibera slum in Nairobi

Some residents have fled the violent clashes.



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