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Liberian police use deadly force on protesters in Monrovia

At least one person was killed during a rally that turned violent on the eve of a disputed presidential election run-off in Monrovia, Liberia.

Photojournalists reported seeing the body of a young man with a gunshot wound to the head in the offices of the opposition CDC headquarters, while protestors clashed with police outside.

Liberian police firing tear gas and live rounds later stormed the CDC headquarters before they were repelled by U.N. peacekeepers, who have set up a cordon around the building, according to Reuters.

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Nigerian United Nations peacekeepers try to disarm a Liberian riot policeman who fired live rounds while storming the compound of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change headquarters in the capital Monrovia, Nov. 7.

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A woman mourns over the body of a young man reportedly killed during clashes between Liberian police and opposition party supporters, at opposition party headquarters in Monrovia, Liberia, on Monday, Nov. 7.

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Liberian riot police clash with supporters of presidential challenger Winston Tubman in Monrovia on Nov. 7.

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Liberian riot police and UN forces face opposition Congress for Democratic Change party supporters rallying in Monrovia on Nov. 7.

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Liberian opposition Congress for Democratic Change party supporters rally in Monrovia on Nov. 7.