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Afghans braved threats of violence and searing heat Saturday to vote in a presidential runoff that likely will mark the country's first peaceful transfer of authority, an important step toward democracy as foreign combat troops leave.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah said Thursday that Washington and Kabul must keep a close relationship even as U.S. troops prepare to exit the country after more than a decade of war.
The next phase of transferring security from NATO to Afghan control will begin in two months and will aim to cover nearly 90 percent of the country's population, the Kabul government announced Monday.