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01 February 2016 | Picture of the day

VOODOO MAN: A man jumps over the fire while perform a voodoo ceremony prior to a protest for the streets of Port-au-Prince, Haiti last week. Demonstrators are protesting against the presidential run-off and to demand a transitional government, denouncing fraud in the first round of presidential elections held October 25 2015. Photo: NAMPA/AFP

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