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Haitians Protest Presidential Runoff Announcement

Presidential candidate Moise Jean-Charles said the results were a sham orchestrated by outgoing President Michel Martelly leading to protests.

. Supporters of Presidential candidate Moise Jean-Charles listen to results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Thursday Nov. 5, 2015.

Government-backed candidate Jovenel Moise and former state construction chief Jude Celestin will advance to a runoff election for Haiti's presidency as former senator Jean-Charles placed third.

Jean-Charles said the results were a sham orchestrated by outgoing President Michel Martelly.

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. A motorbike passes burning tyres at a barricade during protests after the announcement of the results of the presidential election, on a street in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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. Supporters of Presidential candidate Moise Jean-Charles react as a dead body lies on the street after official results of the elections in the neighborhood of Delmas 33, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Former senator Jean-Charles called on his supporters to participate in a "peaceful revolution" to ensure their voice is heard as tire barricades were already burning in several spots of Port-au-Prince.

Onlookers, also Jean-Charles supporters, said the dead man was one of them and claimed he was shot in the neck by policemen in uniform.

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. Policemen hold their guns as they secure the area of a protest by supporters of Presidential candidate Moise Jean-Charles against official results announced by the Electoral Council.

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. Supporters of presidential candidate Moise Jean Charles protest.

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. Presidential candidate Jovenel Moise from the PHTK political party waves to supporters as he arrives to a press conference in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Moise and former state construction chief Jude Celestin will advance to a runoff election for Haiti's presidency.

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. A Haitian police aims his weapon during a demonstration.

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. A woman cries for a supporter of presidential candidate Moise Jean Charles, shot dead, in Delmas 33, in Port-au-Prince, on November 5, 2015, during a demonstration in support of Charles minutes after the Provisional Electoral Council(CEP) gave the results of the first round of presidential elections.

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