Former Afghan finance minister Ashraf Ghani is leading the race to replace Hamid Karzai as president, according to preliminary results. Ghani won 56.44 per cent of votes cast in the June 14 second round, the election commission said. His opponent Abdullah Abdullah had 43.56 per cent, the commission said. Abdullah led after the first round and has alleged...
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