An Afghan police officer stands guard outside a hospital after a suicide bomber attacked a political rally in Jalalabad, in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province, on Oct. 2, 2018.
For Afghanistan, the upcoming parliamentary elections will be a key test on its war-ravaged path to democracy. On Oct. 20, the South Asian country will elect members for most of the seats in the lower house of parliament. The polls were originally scheduled for 2015 but have been repeatedly delayed...
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