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© Remi OCHLIK/IP3 - Port au Prince on 2010 december 9 - PORT-AU-PRINCE -- Clashes and shooting were reported Thursday in Haiti's capital for a second day as demonstrators staged a march to protest what they said was election fraud in the Nov. 28 presidential elections..The protests broke out Wednesday after election officials announced Tuesday night that two candidates had made it into a runoff: Mirlande Manigat, a former first lady, and Jude CÈlestin, the candidate of current President RenÈ PrÈval's party. Out of the running was Michel "Sweet Micky'' Martelly, who early results had shown running second. -  Haitian policemen try to remove roadblocks in delmas neighborhood.