Almost a year after the Haiti earthquake, many in the impoverished nation are still living in tent camps which is causing confusion at election time. Many don't know where to go to vote.
Eduardo Munoz / Reuters
People look for their names on a list of voters provided by the provisional electoral council, while a U.N. soldier from Nigeria keeps guard in Port-au-Prince Nov. 26. Armed Haitian police kept apart boisterous supporters of rival presidential candidates in Port-au-Prince on Thursday as the earthquake-hit Caribbean country heads for turbulent elections this weekend in the grip of a cholera epidemic.