Karzai rival calls for Afghan election run-off - 15 Oct 09
Abdullah Abdullah, Hamid Karzai's main challenger, has called for a run-off in Afghanistan's presidential election. Abdullah insists the poll held two months earlier, in which he came a distant second according to unofficial results, was massively rigged in favour of Karzai. Amid the controversy, Afghanistan is yet to elect a new president and there is still no clear indication about whether there will be a run-off. Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Kabul.
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