Afghan Elections 2010
Uncertainty ahead in Afghanistan
Frenetic election day gives way to weeks of ballot counting and fraud complaints; final results expected in October.
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2010 14:49 GMT
29 Sep 2010 10:47 GMT
More than 1,000 "potentially significant" allegations of fraud reported so far, according to oversight commission.
Evan Hill and Gregg Carlstrom 18 Sep 2010 15:05 GMT
Track violence and fraud during and after election day in Afghanistan's second parliamentary vote.
17 Sep 2010 22:58 GMT
Observers say Saturday's ballot will be fairer than last year's, but tally fraud and tampering will still be widespread.
Learn about voters' access to polling centres and the current security situation with this interactive graphic.
Gregg Carlstrom and Evan Hill
International observers and activists say voter turnout in Afghanistan has been closely linked to security.
Lacking national political parties or a strong opposition, Afghan voters turn to candidates running on sectarian lines.
Internationally acclaimed women's rights activist says women must protect rights in Afghanistan's parliament.
Afghan voters may exhibit cynicism towards continued patronage, however a national political consciousness is emerging.
Robert Crews
Legislators squared off with the Afghan leader repeatedly, but the skirmishes mask a deeper cooperation between the two.
Discontent is growing in Washington and London over Obama's strategy, but concrete alternatives are hard to find.
Track violence against Afghan candidates and and review the number of women running with this interactive map.
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