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The poll takes place under conditions of a continuing foreign military occupation to prop up a puppet government that is notorious for its human rights abuses, corruption and failure to provide for the basic needs of the vast majority of the population: here.
The intensifying war in Afghanistan has served to dampen voter turnout across the country, with anecdotal evidence suggesting that the turnout was significantly lower than in the last elections in 2004: here.
Journalists have demanded that the Afghan government end the censorship of election reporting as votes continued to be counted in the occupied country’s presidential poll: here.
No sign of voters on election day in Afghanistan despite official claims: here.
Washington praises Afghan election fiasco to justify war escalation: here.
Malalai Joya on the Afghan elections: here.
Public Opinion in U.S. Turns Against the War [in Afghanistan]: here.
Two separate opinion polls have laid bare the British public’s desire to see British troops to be pulled out of Afghanistan: here.
Britain: Government auditors have complained that they are unable to verify the existence of £6.6 billion worth of Ministry of Defence assets such as vehicles, weapons and radio equipment: here.
The legal charity Reprieve is suing the British government in connection with the illegal detention of two men held in Afghanistan: here.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: I’m sorry, but I was wrong to support the war in Afghanistan: here.
Abdullah Abdullah’s Unmentioned History: here.
Wootton Bassett, a market town near Swindon in the south west of England, is now synonymous with the terrible reality of Britain’s war in Afghanistan: here.
Crisis gets worse after flawed Afghan elections: here.
A partial vote tally reported Tuesday by Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission was overshadowed by mounting reports of pervasive vote-rigging, ballot-stuffing and intimidation of voters by various candidates and their respective ethnic warlord backers: here.
Washington’s double standard: The elections in Iran and Afghanistan: here.