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Afghan Elections Pose Threat to Karzai

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Afghan Elections Pose Threat to Karzai

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Afghan Elections Pose Threat to Karzai

Afghan Elections Pose Threat to Karzai

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Fall elections in Afghanistan will test the popularity and power of President Hamid Karzai. His administration faces new challenges from remnants of the Taliban regime and from the Mujahedeen. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and New York Times correspondent Carlotta Gall.

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