As head of the presidential election at a polling station, Afghans 15 are injured



As head of the presidential election at a polling station, Afghans 15 are injured



Kabul: The Taliban, Afghanistan's presidential election Saturday, voters across the country in a series of lawsuits, said the vote at the beginning of the election, and soldiers in the capital's streets were flooded.







Ghani, president of the vote as a two-horse race between a bloody election campaign and his main rival Abdullah Abdullah, marks the completion of the country's chief executive.







In recent days, warned again and again, during the two-month bombing campaign, the Taliban have unleashed a string of attacks, and they intend to attack polling stations.







At least 15 people went to a polling station two hours after the vote, a bomb wounded in the southern city of Kandahar, hospital director of the AFP and sites across the country, officials said several small explosions.







"Peace is not our desire to be the first of our people," Ghani said in Kabul High School after casting his voice hh







"We are ready for the road map (peace), and we want to allow our peace and legitimacy to strive."







The streets flooded with soldiers on guard, some heat melting under the bomber was deployed in Kabul and the election process would be banned from entering the city in an attempt to stop the transport.







A middle school in Kabul, and that it is important to vote in the polling booth.

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