Vet Filmmakers Recount War Experiences On-Screen

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Workers shift ballot boxes at the Independent Election Commission warehouses on Sept. 23 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Electoral Complaints Commission has received vast amounts of complaints alleging fraud. Paula Bronstein /Getty Images hide caption

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Fraud Alleged In Afghan Parliamentary Election

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Pakistan Cuts NATO Supply Line After Chopper Strike

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Afghan Insurgency Can Be Reduced Over Time

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Young women from all over Afghanistan's Badakhshan Province study midwifery for eighteen months in the capital city of Faizabad. The next class of students will graduate in the coming weeks -- then return to their villages. Jim Wildman/NPR hide caption

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In Afghanistan, Midwives 'Are Like Guardian Angels For Infants And Mothers'

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Smoke rises after NATO aircraft conduct an airstrike near the Arghandab River, south of Senjeray village, in Afghanistan's Kandahar province, where U.S. commanders had identified as insurgent positions, Sept. 11, 2010. As the U.S. cracks down on insurgents in Afghanistan, survivors flee to safe havens across the border in Pakistan. Now, the U.S. is ramping up strikes on Pakistan's lawless border region. Todd Pittman/AP hide caption

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U.S. Airstrikes Target Afghan Insurgents' Safe Havens

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Bob Woodward's Inside Account Of 'Obama's Wars'

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Afghan Government Sets Up Peace Council

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