AFGHANISTAN'S TWO POLITICAL rivals — Ashraf Ghani, far left, and Abdullah Abdullah, near left — will sign an agreement ending five months of electoral wrangling and clearing the way for final approval of a US-Afghan security deal, Afghan officials tell the Associated Press and New York Times.
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