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Karzai, 2004   Kabul Election, Vote (42)   Kabul, 2004   Suicide Bomber (222)   Kabul Kidnapping (4)   Hostages (144)
Monitor: No reason to nullify poll  Millions of voters, including veiled women, braved threats of Taliban to cram polling stations   Poll dispute eases  Counting has begun as some opposition candidates is backing away from demanding a new election   Probe into vote announced  The United Nations is to investigate alleged irregularities in Afghan presidential election   Karzai rival ends election boycott  A top rival to frontrunner is making it likely that the poll's result will be recognized by all despite voting irregularities   Probe of deaths names 28 U.S. soldiers Map of Bagram Afghanistan  Army investigated the December 2002 deaths of 2 Afghan detainees in American custody in Bagram   Karzai well ahead in tally  Weekend counting shows interim President has 71% of the count after over 4% of the total vote has been tallied   Suicide bomber hits Kabul street
  First votes cast in poll  Afghans are voting to choose their president in country's first mass democratic poll Glitch hits first poll  Reports that an ink used to mark voters' fingers can be washed off has sparked complaints of fraud   Karzai rivals demand new vote

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Oct.8   Afghanistan  
Oct.9   Kabul  
  All but 2 of the candidates laid down charges of voter fraud and vowed to discount any results
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Oct.23   Kabul  
  A bomber has struck famous shopping district, Chicken Street, injuring 7 people, including 3 international peacekeepers
Oct.24   Kabul     Karzai wins Afghan majority
  Interim leader has won a majority of estimated votes cast in landmark presidential elections
Oct.28   Kabul   Foreign poll staff held in Kabul
  3 foreign election workers were taken at gunpoint and kidnapped
Oct.31   Afghanistan   Video shows UN hostages
  3 UN workers held hostage by militants have appeared in a video shown by Arabic TV


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