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APR 05, 2014 - The Guardian

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Afghanistan presidential elections  live

About 12 million people are eligible to vote on Saturday in the first round of what it is hoped will be the country's first peaceful transfer of democratic power 9.55am BST Emma Graham-Harrison has filed this report from Kabul.Afghan voters defied Taliban threats, rain and pre-emptive accusations of fraud, heading to the polls in large numbers on Saturday to choose ...

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APR 04, 2014 - Huffington Post

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6 Things We'll Be Watching During Afghanistan's Election

Millions of Afghans have braved hours-long lines and militant threats to sign up to vote in the April 5 election. Since current President Hamid Karzai is barred from running, the vote marks the first democratic transfer of power in the country's history. And yet, while a historic moment, Saturday's vote also serves as a somber reminder that in a country ...

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APR 04, 2014 - The Guardian

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England v South Africa: Women's Twenty20 World Cup semi-final as it happened

England sauntered past South Africa to reach the final of the women's Twenty20 World Cup, where Australia await 12.08pm BST The final starts at 9.30am BST on Sunday, and is unlikely to be as straightforward as this. Anya Shrubsole is the player of the match, which she's have deserved even if she'd only bowled the two deliveries that did for ...

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APR 03, 2014 - The Guardian

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Sri Lanka v West Indies World Twenty20 semi-final as it happened

Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 27 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method after a biblical downpour ended the match prematurely 5.39pm BST It can't really be said that Sri Lanka didn't deserve to win. West Indies' innings was a strange, disjointed affair and though they're the masters of the late-overs pyrotechnics, this looked to be beyond them. Still, a shame ...

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