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Karzai: Violence from Warlords, Taliban Threatens Elections

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Karzai: Violence from Warlords, Taliban Threatens Elections

Karzai: Violence from Warlords, Taliban Threatens Elections

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Afghanistan's government makes new efforts to staunch violence that is endangering elections scheduled for this fall. President Hamid Karzai makes a personal appeal to warlords to stop fighting among their militia forces. Karzai said the warlords are as much a threat as are Taliban forces. Michael Kavanagh reports.

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