|The Seattle Times
The April 5 vote is expected to be a historic moment for Afghanistan, its outcome seen as make-or-break for the country’s future and key to the level of foreign involvement after nearly 13 years of war. By CASSANDRA VINOGRAD. The Associated Press.
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