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Zimbabwe's Post-Mugabe Election

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A man waits his turn to wash dishes in a residential area located in the suburb of Mbare in Zimbabwe's capital Harare on July 27, 2018 before the Presidential election. Mbare is a high-density suburb and one of the poorest areas in Harare.
Supporters of MDC-Alliance (Movement for Democratic Change-Alliance) leader and opposition presidential candidate carry election posters as they cheer at the party's closing campaign rally on Freedom Square in Harare, July 28, 2018.
People line up early in the morning to cast their ballots outside a polling station located in the suburb of Mbare in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, July 30, 2018. Zimbabwe went to the polls in its first election since authoritarian leader Robert Mugabe was ousted in a coup.
A man casts his ballot at a polling station located in the suburb of Mbare in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, July 30, 2018. Zimbabwe went to the polls with allegations mounting of voter fraud and predictions of a disputed result.
Observers check the tally of the votes at a polling station in the suburb of Mbare in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, July 30, 2018. Mbare is a high-density suburb and one of the poorest areas of Harare.
Supporters of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance protest in Harare on August 1, 2018, after the announcement of the election's official results. The opposition party MDC cried foul, alleging widespread fraud.
Supporters of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance protest during riots in Harare on August 1, 2018, after the announcement of the election's official results.
A supporter of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance pushes a barrel in front of a fire during riots in Harare on August 1, 2018, after the announcement of the election's official results.
Zimbabwean Anti-Riot Police close access to the Rainbow Towers, where the election results were announced, while supporters of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance protest in Harare on August 1, 2018.
A supporter of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance allegedly beaten up by soldiers is helped by other protesters during riots in Harare on August 1, 2018, after the announcement of the election's official results.
Relatives and friends mourn on August 4, 2018 at the end of the funeral for Silvia Maphosa, shot during the post-election violence in Harare on August 1, the day after the nation went to the polls in national elections. At least six people were killed in Harare during riots.
A man allegedly shot by the Zimbabwean army during riots is carried in Harare on August 1, 2018, after the announcement of the election's official results.

Zimbabweans voted in the country's first presidential election without the strongman and controversial leader Robert Mugabe, who led the nation for 37 years. In the following days, violent protests lead to the arrests of many opposition supporters, according to the opposition leaders and human rights groups.

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