November 1, 2017 10:58 IST

Kenya opposition leader calls for calm in slum hit by deadly violence

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Opposition supporters set barricades on fire during a protest in the slum area of Mathare in the capital Nairobi on 30 Oct. 2017. Credit: Reuters
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People run past properties that were set on fire by rioters in Kawangware slums in Nairobi. Credit: Reuters
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Opposition supporters set barricades on fire during a protest in the slum area of Mathare in the capital Nairobi, Kenya. Credit: Reuters
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Women hurry past riot police in the slum area of Mathare in the capital Nairobi. Credit: Reuters
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Anti-riot police stand behind barricades set on fire by opposition supporters in the slum area of Mathare in the capital Nairobi. Credit: Reuters