Kenyans turned out en masse Monday for the first presidential poll since disputed results triggered a wave of bloodletting five years ago, with all eyes on tallying after a close but peaceful race.
Masai people queue to vote in Ilngarooj, Maasailand, on March 4, 2013. Turnout in Kenya's presidential election Monday topped 70%, the head of the Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission (IEBC) said.
Six policemen were killed in an attack in the coastal city of Mombasa before polling opened but few other incidents were reported during polls seen as key to the regional powerhouse's stability.
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