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The challenge facing Afghan leaders will be to allow for the constitutional process to run its course, without meddling.
Making use of grassroots campaigning, a new generation of candidates carve out a niche in parliament.
More than 1,000 "potentially significant" allegations of fraud reported so far, according to oversight commission.
Amateur footage appears to show fake votes being filled in as border police tasked with stopping poll fraud look on.
As the votes are counted in Afghanistan's parliamentary elections, we ask if Afghans believe in democracy.
Track violence against Afghan candidates and and review the number of women running with this interactive map.
Kidnapping in the west coincides with attack that leaves eight policemen dead in Kunduz.
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