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Policemen clean a wall of posters of candidates who contested in the parliamentary elections, in Herat, Afghanistan, Monday Sept. 20, 2010. Afghan election observers urged President Hamid Karzai's government on Monday to allow an independent investigation into reports of widespread fraud during last weekend's parliamentary elections, including intimidation of voters and interference by powerful warlords. (AP Photo/Reza Shirmohammadi)
Photo by: Reza Shirmohammadi
Policemen clean a wall of posters of candidates who contested in the parliamentary elections, in Herat, Afghanistan, Monday Sept. 20, 2010. Afghan election observers urged President Hamid Karzai's government on Monday to allow an independent investigation into reports of widespread fraud during last weekend's parliamentary elections, including intimidation of voters and interference by powerful warlords. (AP Photo/Reza Shirmohammadi)

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