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Track violence and fraud during and after election day in Afghanistan's second parliamentary vote.
Evan Hill and Gregg Carlstrom
Observers say Saturday's ballot will be fairer than last year's, but tally fraud and tampering will still be widespread.
Legislators squared off with the Afghan leader repeatedly, but the skirmishes mask a deeper cooperation between the two.
Hundreds of polling stations will be closed in dangerous districts, electoral body says.
Afghan president says two foreigners will be allowed to monitor parliamentary election.
Karzai to face main rival after election commission orders run-off vote on November 7.
Afghanistan election watchdog says widespread fraud invalidates thousands of votes.
Officials to decide whether Afghan president is outright winner or must face second round.
Karzai accused of engineering resignation of electoral complaints official.
Election Commission to audit just 10 per cent of disputed presidential poll votes.
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