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Afghan Woman to Run for President in 2014 Electioni
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August 02, 2013 6:22 PM
Afghanistan's 2014 election is considered a key test for the country’s ability to carry out a peaceful transfer of power and an indicator for the country’s future political stability after international forces withdraw. Sharon Behn reports on one woman, Fawzia Koofi, hoping to make history in that vote.

Afghan Woman to Run for President in 2014 Election

Published August 02, 2013

Afghanistan's 2014 election is considered a key test for the country’s ability to carry out a peaceful transfer of power and an indicator for the country’s future political stability after international forces withdraw. Sharon Behn reports on one woman, Fawzia Koofi, hoping to make history in that vote.


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