Elections workers are counting votes cast in Thursday's Afghan presidential election. Early reports suggest voting in the south's largest city, Kandahar, was light. Hardin Lang, an election observer in Kandahar, says that starting at about 3 a.m., gunfire, rocket fire and mortar fire could be heard, adding to an overall sense of tension in the area.
Sound Of Gunfire Adds To Afghan Voters' Fears
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