Afghans Seek Stability Before Elections

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Continued attacks by Taliban militants and a generalized lack of security forced interim President Hamid Karzai to postpone plans for presidential and parliamentary elections. The vote, originally scheduled for June, has now been set for September. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.

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