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Many Afghans Vote, Despite Controversy

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Many Afghans Vote, Despite Controversy

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Many Afghans Vote, Despite Controversy

Many Afghans Vote, Despite Controversy

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Voter turnout in Afghanistan's presidential election was stronger than expected, even as some groups boycotted the vote in protest. Opposition candidates have charged there were irregularities. The vote will be counted Monday. NPR's Rachel Martin reports.

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