Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson International correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson is based in Berlin and covers Central Europe for NPR. Her reports can be heard on NPR's award-winning programs including Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
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Fraud Allegations Grow In Afghan Elections

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Early Results Show Afghan Poll Deadlock

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Retired New York City Police Lt. Roger Parrino talks with elders in Khawji Jamal village. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Charges Of Fraud Could Affect Afghanistan Election

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Will Afghan Voters Turnout In Taliban's Birthplace?

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An Afghan National Army soldier looks out from a building in the middle of a main square Wednesday in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Afghan National Police and army stepped up their presence in the city ahead of the Aug. 20 presidential election. Holly Pickett for NPR hide caption

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Security Worries May Keep Afghan Voters Away

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Women in Kandahar, Afghanistan, line up to learn how to vote in the upcoming presidential and provincial elections. But female voters and candidates alike still face oppression and threats of violence. Hamed Zalmy/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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James Carville Joins The Afghan Campaign Trail

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