#Afghanistan: Rescue workers found alive a little boy, buried under heaps of mud in a catastrophic landslides in Badakhshan
#Afghanistan govt announced a one-day national mourning for landslides victims in Badakhshan during which flags will be half-hoisted
Afghan and foreign troops air power killed around 60 foreign militants, incl the Haqqanis in Paktika, near Pakistan border, spy agency
KABUL (Reuters) – The two leading candidates in the race to become Afghanistan’s next president rallied supporters and urged election officials to come clean on fraud on Sunday as the country readied for an expected grueling run-off in June.
Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani, both ministers in the transition government after U.S.-led forces drove the Taliban from power in 2001, shared over three-quarters of the nearly 7 million votes cast, but neither clinched an absolute majority.