Unflagging support

Supporters of Zalmai Rassoul, Afghan presidential candidate and former foreign minister, wave Afghan flags during a campaign rally Friday in the Bazarak district of Panjshir province, Afghanistan. The race for Afghanistan's next president narrowed to eight with the  withdrawal of Mohammad Nadir Naim, a minor presidential candidate with royal lineage.  The election will be held April 5.
Supporters of Zalmai Rassoul, Afghan presidential candidate and former foreign minister, wave Afghan flags during a campaign rally Friday in the Bazarak district of Panjshir province, Afghanistan. The race for Afghanistan's next president narrowed to eight with the withdrawal of Mohammad Nadir Naim, a minor presidential candidate with royal lineage. The election will be held April 5. Massoud Hossaini Ap photo

Supporters of Zalmai Rassoul, Afghan presidential candidate and former foreign minister, wave Afghan flags during a campaign rally Friday in the Bazarak district of Panjshir province, Afghanistan. The race for Afghanistan's next president narrowed to eight with the  withdrawal of Mohammad Nadir Naim, a minor presidential candidate with royal lineage. The election will be held April 5.

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