KENYA-VOTE : Photo d'actualité

KENYA-VOTE

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Volunteer security person, Captain Muhammed Ali, checks voters ID cards and directs them to the correct voting classroom as per their name at the Old Kibera Primary School in Nairobi on March 4, 2013 during the nationwide elections. Long lines of Kenyans queued from way before dawn to vote Monday in the first election since the violence-wracked polls five years ago, with a deadly police ambush hours before polling started marring the key ballot. The tense elections are seen as a crucial test for Kenya, with leaders vowing to avoid a repeat of the bloody 2007-8 post-poll violence in which over 1,100 people were killed and observers repeatedly warning of the risk of renewed conflict. AFP PHOTO / GEORGINA GOODWIN (Photo credit should read Georgina Goodwin/AFP/Getty Images)
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Volunteer security person, Captain Muhammed Ali, checks voters ID cards and directs them to the correct voting classroom as per their name at the Old Kibera Primary School in Nairobi on March 4, 2013 during the nationwide elections. Long lines of Kenyans queued from way before dawn to vote Monday in the first election since the violence-wracked polls five years ago, with a deadly police ambush hours before polling started marring the key ballot. The tense elections are seen as a crucial test for Kenya, with leaders vowing to avoid a repeat of the bloody 2007-8 post-poll violence in which over 1,100 people were killed and observers repeatedly warning of the risk of renewed conflict. AFP PHOTO / GEORGINA GOODWIN (Photo credit should read Georgina Goodwin/AFP/Getty Images)
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Date de création :
4 mars 2013
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163077195
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Volunteer security person Captain Muhammed Ali checks voters ID cards... Photo d'actualité 163077195Bénévole,Carte,Direction,Horizontal,Identité,Kenya,Mohammad Ali,Nairobi,National,Personne humaine,Politique,Salle de classe,Sécurité,Voter,Vérifier,Élection,Élections généralesPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPVolunteer security person, Captain Muhammed Ali, checks voters ID cards and directs them to the correct voting classroom as per their name at the Old Kibera Primary School in Nairobi on March 4, 2013 during the nationwide elections. Long lines of Kenyans queued from way before dawn to vote Monday in the first election since the violence-wracked polls five years ago, with a deadly police ambush hours before polling started marring the key ballot. The tense elections are seen as a crucial test for Kenya, with leaders vowing to avoid a repeat of the bloody 2007-8 post-poll violence in which over 1,100 people were killed and observers repeatedly warning of the risk of renewed conflict. AFP PHOTO / GEORGINA GOODWIN (Photo credit should read Georgina Goodwin/AFP/Getty Images)