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The Zebu War
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The cemetery of Anjanahary
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Ilakaka, city of dreams
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Supporters of presidential candidate Robinson Jean Louis cheer arounf his car during the last campaign rally on October 23, 2013 in Antananarivo ahead of the presidential elections on October 25, 2013. Thirty-three candidates are running in a poll that is meant to end a four-year political crisis on the Indian Ocean island sparked when strongman Andry Rajoelina ousted then-president Marc Ravalomanana in a coup. But supporters are divided over new candidates after Rajoelina and Ravalomanana's wife Lalao, along with a few others, were barred from running under international pressure. After the presidential polls, a parliamentary vote will follow on December 20, along with a second presidential round if the October election does not deliver an outright winner. Madagascar votes on October 25 in long-delayed elections meant to pull the island nation out of a devastating political crisis that plunged millions into misery after the 2009 coup.