The latest from Afghanistan, which holds its presidential election tomorrow:
— "Police stormed a bank in Kabul on Wednesday and killed three insurgents who had taken it over, while a wave of attacks killed at least six election workers around the country on the eve of the presidential election, officials said. A roadside bomb in the south, meanwhile, killed two U.S. troops Tuesday, while another American died of non-battle-related injuries on Wednesday, the U.S. military spokesmen said." The Associated Press.
— "New Violence Hits Afghan Capital." Video from the BBC.
— But many Afghan voters are excited about going to the polls. Morning Edition. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with Steve Inskeep about what she learned the past few weeks while in Afghanistan: