Abdullah: Violence Won't Stop Afghan Elections In Afghanistan 18 candidates, including one woman, are campaigning to become their country's next president. Afghanistan's Foreign Minister, Abdullah Abdullah, insists that attacks -- including voters who have been killed for registering -- won't stop that country's first election. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Abdullah.
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Abdullah: Violence Won't Stop Afghan Elections

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Abdullah: Violence Won't Stop Afghan Elections

Abdullah: Violence Won't Stop Afghan Elections

Abdullah: Violence Won't Stop Afghan Elections

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In Afghanistan 18 candidates, including one woman, are campaigning to become their country's next president. Afghanistan's Foreign Minister, Abdullah Abdullah, insists that attacks — including voters who have been killed for registering — won't stop that country's first election. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Abdullah.