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Haitians protest presidential runoff

Protesters take to the streets, setting blazes and firing off guns after an election in which fraud was alleged. The nation's president calls for calm.

 
 

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A Haitian holds a poster of presidential candidate Michel Martelly during a protest of the disputed election in Port-au-Prince.

Martelly, a carnival singer, came in third in the polls.


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