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UN: Record Number of Afghans Killed or Wounded During October Parliamentary Elections

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The United Nations says more than 400 Afghans were killed or wounded in attacks during last month's parliamentary elections.  In a report released Tuesday by the U.N.'s Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA), 56 people were killed and 379 wounded on October 20, the first day of voting, and on following days when delayed voting took place. UNAMA says the casualty toll was higher in this election than in the four previous elections. The U.N. report said the Taliban...

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