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Violence, boycott cast gloom over Liberia's election run-off

The AP reports from MONROVIA, Liberia:

Liberia's capital remained tense on Tuesday as small lines formed outside polling stations a day after election violence killed one person amid the opposition's call to boycott the presidential runoff vote. Continue reading.

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United Nations peace keepers check vehicles at a road block in Monrovia, Liberia, on November 8. Polling opened in Liberia's disputed presidential run-off Tuesday, the day after at least four opposition supporters were killed amid a boycott protest by the challenger.

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People wait in line for polls to open outside a polling station in the Paynesville neighborhood of Monrovia on November 8.

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Election worker Tenneh Gbarnjah, right, consults with a colleague over a voter ID card, at a polling station in the Paynesville neighborhood of Monrovia on November 8.

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A voter prepares to cast her ballot at a polling station in West Point, a slum area of Monrovia, on November 8.

Click here to see the dramatic images from Monday, when police used deadly force against protesters and clashed with United Nations peacekeeping troops.