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AFGHANISTAN - Without Warlords, October 2004
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INTRODUCTION
INSHA ALLAH AIRLINES
MY GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE
THE BALLOT, NOT THE GUN
A SECULAR POLITICIAN
RURAL REGISTRATION
THE WOMAN CANDIDATE
CONFRONTING THE ELDERS
MY VOTER CARD
THE FUTURE
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FRONTLINE/World's "A House for Haji Baba"

FRONTLINE/World correspondent Brian Knappenberger chronicles NPR reporter Sarah Chayes's bumpy transformation from objective journalist to impassioned aid worker battling bureaucratic red tape, corruption and dangerous warlords. Also available in streaming video online.

The Christian Science Monitor: "Biggest Step for Afghanistan: Informed Voters"
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PRI's The World
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KQED Forum With Michael Krasny: Afghanistan Election
Michael Krasny, host of public radio's Forum, discusses the Afghan election with a panel of guests, including Carlota Gall, a New York Times reporter in Kandahar.

PBS's Wide Angle: "Hell of a Nation"
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PBS's Online Newshour: Rebuilding Afghanistan
Ongoing coverage from the Web site of the Newshour with Jim Lehrer.

Yahoo! News: Afghanistan
Breaking news on the Afghan election from Yahoo! News.

The New York Times: Afghanistan
Full coverage of the Afghan election from the Asia section of The New York Times.

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