Malawi Locked Down After Poll Results Protests

The High Court order came after complaints from the main opposition party of vote-rigging - and the Electoral Council was ordered not to announce results.

Some election protests have become violent. Poll results were not released after the Malawi Congress Party asked the High Court for a recount.

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Prisoners voting in Mulanje.

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