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© Remi OCHLIK/IP3 - Port au Prince on 2010 december 10 - PORT-AU-PRINCE -- Haitians prepared for more violence Friday as rival candidates told supporters to take to streets and tip the balance in a sharply disputed presidential election stained by claims of fraud. Barricades were cleared overnight, but new flaming piles of tires were set up in parts of the city to block off traffic. People rushed to stores opening for the first time in three days to get food, water and provisions for fear the riots will heat up again. Haitian policemen patrol around Cite Soleil and aviation refugees camp, controlling people lookong for weapons.