Rocks and stones are laid on the ground to mark the places for hundreds of voters turned out in line before dawn to queue outside a polling station in central Freetown, Sierra Leone, Sa

 

              Rocks and stones are laid on the ground to mark the places for hundreds of voters turned out in line before dawn to queue outside a polling station in central Freetown, Sierra Leone, Sa
Rocks and stones are laid on the ground to mark the places for hundreds of voters turned out in line before dawn to queue outside a polling station in central Freetown, Sierra Leone, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012. A decade after Sierra Leone's brutal civil war, voters on Saturday chose between an incumbent president who has provided new roads and free health care and a field of opposition candidates who decry the poverty and pace of economic recovery.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)