Tensions remain high in the aftermath of post-election violence in Kenya, in which as many as 300 people have died.
Although there were fewer reports of disturbances on Wednesday, looting by armed mobs and reprisal attacks continue.
A riot policeman helps a victim of violence. The two sides in the dispute have traded accusations of ethnic cleansing and genocide.
Tens of thousands of people have taken refuge in shelters after fleeing their homes amid the unrest.
In the capital Nairobi, people walk through a burned-out area of the Kibera slum, which was razed to the ground after days of rioting.
Although some shops and offices are beginning to re-open, many have remained closed in the city centre.
People travel by foot as transport remains limited in Nairobi, after police set up barricades on major routes and halted traffic.