Security forces walk through the Mabella slum as they respond to a domestic dispute, in Freetown, Sierra Leone Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. Ten years after the end of a devastating civil war, Sierra Leone will go to the polls on Saturday to choose between candidates including incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma and opposition leader Julius Maada Bio. With maintaining a peaceful atmosphere around the vote a top priority, the police, reinforced by other security forces, are taking a proactive approach. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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Security forces walk through the Mabella slum as they respond to a domestic dispute, in Freetown, Sierra Leone Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. Ten years after the end of a devastating civil war, Sierra Leone will go to the polls on Saturday to choose between candidates including incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma and opposition leader Julius Maada Bio. With maintaining a peaceful atmosphere around the vote a top priority, the police, reinforced by other security forces, are taking a proactive approach. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
Security forces walk through the Mabella slum as they respond to a domestic dispute, in Freetown, Sierra Leone Friday, Nov. 16, 2012. Ten years after the end of a devastating civil war, Sierra Leone will go to the polls on Saturday to choose between candidates including incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma and opposition leader Julius Maada Bio. With maintaining a peaceful atmosphere around the vote a top priority, the police, reinforced by other security forces, are taking a proactive approach. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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