Afghan's Warlords May Influence Elections Human rights activists are increasingly concerned about the prospects for fraud and abuse in next week's Afghan presidential elections. They say the greatest threat is voter intimidation by the country's ubiquitous warlords. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.
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Afghan's Warlords May Influence Elections

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Afghan's Warlords May Influence Elections

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Afghan's Warlords May Influence Elections

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Human rights activists are increasingly concerned about the prospects for fraud and abuse in next week's Afghan presidential elections. They say the greatest threat is voter intimidation by the country's ubiquitous warlords. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.