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Residents stand on balconies at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections of March 4 over his main rival, outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on March 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Kenyan police ride in the back of a truck as they patrol Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections of March 4 over his main rival, outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on March 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Kenyan police patrol at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections of March 4 over his main rival, outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on MArch 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Kenyan police stand guard at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections on March 4 over his main rival outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on MArch 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Kenyan police stand guard at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections of March 4 over his main rival, outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on MArch 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

Kenyan police stand

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Kenyan police patrol at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections on March 4 over his main rival, outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on March 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

Kenyan police

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Kenyan police stand guard at dusk in Nairobi's Huruma area on March 31, 2013, where unrest erupted on March 30 following a Supreme Court ruling that upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential elections on March 4 over his main rival outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Kenyan police beefed up security on MArch 31 after Odinga's supporters took to violent protests that left two dead. Odinga had challenged the poll outcome hoping for a repeat but while begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Nairobi resident read on March 31, 2013 in Nairobi newspapers with the headline of Kenyan fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta's win, following the supreme court's decision that he was duly elected. Kenyan police beefed up security today after a court decision upholding Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential vote win drew his rival's supporters into the streets, sparking riots that left two dead. Raila Odinga had challenged the result of the March 4 poll hoping for a rerun but while he begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday, youths in his strongholds were enraged.

Nairobi resident

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A newspaper vendor sells local newspapers on March 31, 2013 in Nairobi with the headline of Kenyan fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta's win, following the supreme court's decision that he was duly elected. Kenyan police beefed up security today after a court decision upholding Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential vote win drew his rival's supporters into the streets, sparking riots that left two dead. Raila Odinga had challenged the result of the March 4 poll hoping for a rerun but while he begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday, youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Pedestrian walk on March 31, 2013 in Nairobi past local newspapers with the headline of Kenyan fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta's win following the supreme court's decision that he was duly elected. Kenyan police beefed up security today after a court decision upholding Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential vote win drew his rival's supporters into the streets, sparking riots that left two dead. Raila Odinga had challenged the result of the March 4 poll hoping for a rerun but while he begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday, youths in his strongholds were enraged.

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Nairobi resident read on March 31, 2013 in Nairobi the newspaper with the headline of Kenyan fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta's win, following the supreme court's decision that he was duly elected. Kenyan police beefed up security today after a court decision upholding Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential vote win drew his rival's supporters into the streets, sparking riots that left two dead. Raila Odinga had challenged the result of the March 4 poll hoping for a rerun but while he begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday, youths in his strongholds were enraged.

Nairobi resident

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Nairobi resident read on March 31, 2013 in Nairobi the newspaper with the headline of Kenyan fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta's win, following the supreme court's decision that he was duly elected. Kenyan police beefed up security today after a court decision upholding Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential vote win drew his rival's supporters into the streets, sparking riots that left two dead. Raila Odinga had challenged the result of the March 4 poll hoping for a rerun but while he begrudgingly accepted the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday, youths in his strongholds were enraged.

Nairobi resident

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ALTERNATIVE CROP Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga wipes his eyes as he addresses the media at a press conference at his office in Nairobi on March 30, 2013. The Kenyan Supreme Court ruled on March 30 on a petition by outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga challenging the election of contender Uhuru Kenyatta during the March 4 elections. The Supreme Court upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 election, said Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. Odinga conceded defeat and wished Uhuru Kenyatta well in running the affairs of government.

ALTERNATIVE CROP

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Main oposition leader Raila Odinga(L) and many leaders whom quit from the goverment official party KANU today, raise their hands afer reaching an agreement 14 October 2002 to participate as one force in the next Kenyas general elections to take place most likely in December. They create today the National Rainbow Coallition to opose the oficial candidate Huru Kenyatta. From L to R in the table: , Mwai Kibaki, Moody Awori,Charity Ngilu,former Vice President George Siatoti, Kalonzo Musyoka.

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Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga (R), with Kalonzo Musyoka, Kenya's outgoing vice president and Odinga's running mate, addresses the media at a press conference at his office in Nairobi on March 30, 2013. The Kenyan Supreme Court ruled on March 30 on a petition by outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga challenging the election of contender Uhuru Kenyatta during the March 4 elections. The Supreme Court upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 election, said Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. Odinga conceded defeat and wished Uhuru Kenyatta well in running the affairs of government.

Outgoing Kenyan

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Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga (C), flanked by Kalonzo Musyoka (L), Kenya's outgoing vice president and Odinga's running mate, and Kenyan politician Moses Wetangula, wipes his forehead as he addresses the media at a press conference at his office in Nairobi on March 30, 2013. The Kenyan Supreme Court ruled on March 30 on a petition by outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga challenging the election of contender Uhuru Kenyatta during the March 4 elections. The Supreme Court upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 election, said Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. Odinga conceded defeat and wished Uhuru Kenyatta well in running the affairs of government.

Outgoing Kenyan

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Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga wipes his eyes and face as he addresses the media at a press conference at his office in Nairobi on March 30, 2013. The Kenyan Supreme Court ruled on March 30 on a petition by outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga challenging the election of contender Uhuru Kenyatta during the March 4 elections. The Supreme Court upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 election, said Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. Odinga conceded defeat and wished Uhuru Kenyatta well in running the affairs of government.

Outgoing Kenyan

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Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga (L), with Kenyan politician Moses Wetangula, addresses the media at a press conference at his office in Nairobi on March 30, 2013. The Kenyan Supreme Court ruled on March 30 on a petition by outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga challenging the election of contender Uhuru Kenyatta during the March 4 elections. The Supreme Court upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 election, said Chief Justice Willy Mutunga. Odinga conceded defeat and wished Uhuru Kenyatta well in running the affairs of government.

Outgoing Kenyan

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