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Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah calls for a halt to vote-counting

18 June 2014 Last updated at 16:32 BST

One of the candidates in the Afghan presidential election, Abdullah Abdullah, has demanded an immediate halt to the counting of votes, following allegations of fraud in a run-off poll last Saturday.

Dr Abdullah, a former foreign minister, said he had lost trust in the Afghan Independent Election Commission, and had ordered his staff to leave the counting centres.

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