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Afghanistan attack: Will voters stop going to polls?

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Afghanistan attack: Will voters stop going to polls?

Afghanistan attack: Will voters stop going to polls?

President Ashraf Ghani cancels his appearance in the first televised presidential debate, leaving his rival Abdullah Abdullah taking the stage alone.

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Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah Afghan politician

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