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Afghanistan Elections 2009
Video reports: Afghanistan election
Watch Al Jazeera's video reports as we cover the election from across the country.
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2009 21:52 GMT

On the eve of Afghanistan's presidential and provincial elections, security remains the biggest concern in the country.

Follow Al Jazeera's video reports as we cover the elections from across Afghanistan - and from every angle.

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