A man pray in hospital after he and the man on the stretcher were beaten , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 by ruling party militias in Zanzibar.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. A man pray in hospital after he and the man on the stretcher were beaten , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 by ruling party militias in Zanzibar.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
Members of the army and police arrest a opposition member who is tried to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.( Members of the army and police arrest a opposition member who is tried to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.(
Members of the army protect ruling party voters that the police brought in on trucks to vote in an opposition stronghold area of Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005.. Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. Members of the army protect ruling party voters that the police brought in on trucks to vote in an opposition stronghold area of Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005.. Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
Members of the army take up positions as they prepare to fire on members of the opposition who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. Members of the army take up positions as they prepare to fire on members of the opposition who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
Tourist run to saftey as members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. Tourist run to saftey as members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.
, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.
, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.
, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change. Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.
, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
 An opposition supporter scream as he is beaten by police, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago.(  An opposition supporter scream as he is beaten by police, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago.(
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Riot police arrest a man suspected of being an opposition supporter, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago. Riot police arrest a man suspected of being an opposition supporter, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago.
Memebers of the opposition Civic United Front  stand in an alley in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Monday, Oct. 31 as a riot police man look on.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago Memebers of the opposition Civic United Front  stand in an alley in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Monday, Oct. 31 as a riot police man look on.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
Members of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago Members of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
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A member of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago A member of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
Civic United Front supporters scream as riot police fire teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.( Civic United Front supporters scream as riot police fire teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.(
Riot police fire teargas next to burning tyres in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections. Riot police fire teargas next to burning tyres in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
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Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections. Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections. Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
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  • A man pray in hospital after he and the man on the stretcher were beaten , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 by ruling party militias in Zanzibar.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    Members of the army and police arrest a opposition member who is tried to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.(
    Members of the army protect ruling party voters that the police brought in on trucks to vote in an opposition stronghold area of Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005.. Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    Members of the army take up positions as they prepare to fire on members of the opposition who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    Tourist run to saftey as members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold.Tensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold. , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    Members of the army and police fire on members of the opposition , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 who is trying to prevent people from outside the area from voting in Stone Town in Zanzibar. The people were brought in on trucks by police to vote in an opposition stronghold. , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 as they prevent them from reaching a polling station in Zanzibars Stone TownTensions were high on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar as voters chose Sunday between the socialists who have ruled the semiautonomous state for more than 30 years and an opposition group promising wholesale change.
    An opposition supporter scream as he is beaten by police, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago.(
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    Riot police arrest a man suspected of being an opposition supporter, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago.
    Memebers of the opposition Civic United Front stand in an alley in Stone Town in Zanzibar, Monday, Oct. 31 as a riot police man look on.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
    Members of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
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    A member of the army beat a man suspected of being an opposition supporter with a stick, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 near Stone Town in Zanzibar.Riot police used tear gas and water cannon Monday to disperse opposition supporters celebrating what their leader called a clear early lead in returns from crucial elections on this semiautonomous archipelago
    Civic United Front supporters scream as riot police fire teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.(
    Riot police fire teargas next to burning tyres in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
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    Nathalie and the yellow butterfly
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    Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
    Civic United Front supporters help people overcome by teargas in Stone Town , Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 at the party headquaters in Zanzibar.Zanzibari police, backed by soldiers, surrounded the two main opposition party headquarters early Tuesday and marched into at least two other opposition neighborhoods, beating up protesters in a show of forces following disputed weekend elections.
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