Afghans and the international community hailed the Sunday presidential election as a triumph of democracy over violence, despite complaints about ballot shortages and sporadic fraud, after millions of people braved a Taliban threat to vote for a new president. But some cautioned against declaring a premature defeat of the Islamic militants.
There have been complaints throughout the country of ballot shortages and long lines amid higher than expected turnout. According to prelim...
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