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In pictures: Kenyan violence

A member of the Kikuyu tribe walks away from police with his shirt covered in blood, Kibera, Nairobi (29/01/2008)

Violence between ethnic groups has continued in areas of Kenya, fuelled by the killing of opposition MP Mugabe Were in the capital, Nairobi.

An opposition supporter holds a machete as he gestures towards the police in Kibera, Nairobi (29/01/2008)

In the Nairobi slum district of Kibera, members of President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu community were attacked in apparent revenge for the MP's death.

An injured Kikuyu man is carried to safety in the Kibera slum area of Nairobi (29/01/2008)

At least four people died in Kibera, where there are reports of people being hacked to death or trapped in buildings and burned alive.

Groups of Kikuyu men walk through the streets of Naivasha, while smoke plumes in the background (29/01/2008)

In the Rift Valley town of Naivasha, mobs of people from the Kikuyu group have been roaming the streets armed with machetes and guns.

A Kikuyu man throws a bed frame on to a fire in Naivasha (29/01/2008)

Mobs have set fire to homes and businesses believed to belong to Luos, and have taken personal property into the street to be burned.

Residents of a Naivasha neighbourhood watch as property burns on a fire set by a Kikuyu mob (29/01/2008)

Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets from helicopters to disperse the crowds, but have been unable to control the violence and looting.

A member of the Kikuyu tribe displays a Kenyan flag next to a fire in Naivasha (29/01/2008)

At least 800 people have now died across Kenya, in violence stemming from the disputed elections last month in which President Mwai Kibaki, a Kikuyu, was declared the winner.

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