Pentagon Correspondent, New York Timeshttp://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/15/world/asia/15policy.html?ref=elisabethbumiller
FROM Elisabeth Bumiller
Afghan Recount and Washington War Strategy For the first time, the government of Afghanistan has conceded that President Hamid Karzai will have to compete in a run-off for re-election as President of the country. This after investigation by the United Nations-backed Electoral Complaints Commission gave Karzai just 47% of the original vote. Elisabeth Bumiller reports from the Pentagon for the New York Times .
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