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Afghan election requires a runoff

Helicopter crash kills 5 Britishers

Posted: April 27, 2014 at 5:43 a.m.

Kabul University Vice Chancellor Mohammad Hadi Hadayati talks Saturday about John Gabel, one of two Americans identified Saturday as victims of Thursday’s attack on the grounds of a Kabul hospital.

Kabul University Vice Chancellor Mohammad Hadi Hadayati talks Saturday about John Gabel, one of two Americans identified Saturday as victims of Thursday’s attack on the grounds of a Kabul hospital.

Afghanistan’s presidential election is headed for a runoff after full preliminary results released Saturday showed the front-runner failed to win a majority and avoid a second round of voting.

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