Hopes are high that Afghanistan’s election Saturday may result in the country’s first peaceful transition of power in more than a century.
Militant attacks and electoral fraud are the main threats to the vote for a new president, who will take over after President Hamid Karzai ends his
second term. Afghan women, whose freedom has often been curtailed, also worry about their future under a new government. Zlatica Hoke has this report.
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April 5, 2014