At least five more people were killed in Kenya on the third day of protests against the official result of last month's election.
Police fired into crowds, killing four in the slums of the capital, while one body was found with machete wounds. The opposition said it would not call for any more street protests.
The situation in Nairobi deteriorated. Police charged after supporters of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) tore up railway lines.
In the coastal city of Mombasa, Muslim protesters, who support the opposition ODM, demonstrated against the election result after Friday prayers.
But that demonstration also ended in tragedy after police opened fire, killing one protestor and injuring others.
Protesters are still mounting roadblocks, such as this one in the Rift Valley. More than 600 people have died, after the opposition said they were cheated of victory by vote fraud.
Burning tyre roadblocks were also set up in the nearby Rift Valley town of Eldoret, which has been blighted by ethnic violence that has displaced many thousands since the poll.
This policewoman clutching a handgun in Nairobi's Kibera slum is on the lookout for trouble-makers. There is widespread anger at allegedly heavy-handed security forces tactics.
But the security forces said their response had been restrained and officers had only fired or - like this policeman - used tear gas on rioters and looters.
As the post-poll violence continued for a third week, the UN announced Kofi Annan, its former secretary general, would fly to Kenya on Tuesday to help mediate.