Wary Afghans register to vote

Associated Press
In this Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 photo, Ali Shafa, 77, has his picture taken to register for the upcoming Afghan elections in a mosque, used as a mobile voter registration place in Kabul, Afghanistan. There is a lot riding on the 2014 presidential elections in Afghanistan, yet voters registering for polls were mistrustful of the candidates and worried their next president could be a warlord. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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There is a lot riding on Afghanistan's 2014 presidential elections, which will determine who steers the country through the persistent insurgency as international troops leave. But potential voters lining up to register have other concerns as well: They deeply distrust the candidates and are worried their next president could be a warlord. (AP)

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