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Kenyans Prepare for Vote With Memories of Violence

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Rail Crossing

Women carry chairs along the Kenya-Uganda railway line near Kibera slum, home to over 1 million people in Kenya's capital Nairobi, on Feb. 25. Kenya's landlocked neighbors, including Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, reportedly are stocking up on fuel and food to prevent the kind of disruption they suffered after being cut off from the port of Mombasa by angry rioters following a disputed election in Kenya in 2007.