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Dozens of protesters overturn a section of a railroad track in the "Kibera slum" in Nairobi, Kenya.

"They said they didn't want President Kibaki to use the railroad to transport Ugandan troops to fight against them. Police responded by opening fire and killing at least six people in one of the bloodiest days of the ongoing protests."[1]

Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times, Copyright 2008 Los Angeles Times

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