Amid Fraud Charges, Afghans Collect Ballots

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Afghan election workers sort ballot papers at a counting center in Kabul on Oct. 11.

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Despite charges of voting irregularities, U.S. and Afghan officials are calling the presidential election a success. The election proceeded without major bloodshed despite a threat by Taliban militants to disrupt the voting. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.

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