Children peer out from the window of their home in a shantytown in Algiers, Algeria, May 8, 2012. Algeria will hold elections on 10 May but a large segment of the population is mistrustful of polls, which have been unfair in the past.
[Credit : Zohra Bensemra/Reuters]

Children peer out from the window of their home in a shantytown in Algiers, Algeria, May 8, 2012. Algeria will hold elections on 10 May but a large segment of the population is mistrustful of polls, which have been unfair in the past.

[Credit : Zohra Bensemra/Reuters]


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