Afghan National Army soldiers keep watch at a checkpoint near the Marshal Fahim National Defense University, a training complex on the outskirts of Kabul August 6, 2014. (AFP Photo/Shah Marai)
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Kabul Thursday to pressure feuding presidential candidates to resolve the disputed election result that risks triggering instability as NATO troops withdraw.Kerry last month negotiated a deal in which poll rivals Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah agreed to a complete an audit of the eight million votes, and for the winner to form a national unity government.For security reasons, Kerry's visit was not announced before he landed.
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