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Afghanistan: Unchecked Violence Threatens Election

Human Rights Watch
Wednesday 29 September 2010

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(New York) - Insurgent attacks on candidates and poor government security protection risk severely compromising Afghanistan's September 18, 2010 parliamentary election, Human Rights Watch said today. Candidates - as well as their staff members and election officials - face assassinations, kidnappings, and intimidation by insurgents as well as by rival candidates.

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