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Democracy International has launched Afghan2010.com, a website for its Afghanistan Election Observation Mission with live coverage and updates from the field.
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Democracy International Inc. (DI) provides technical assistance and analytical services and implements projects worldwide for democracy and governance (DG) programs for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and other development partners. DI is based in the United States and is a SBA-registered small business.
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