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Afghan leader queries exit deadline
President Ashraf Ghani unveils unity government

year 2015 Top ^

Jan.12   Kabul  
  Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has unveiled his unity cabinet more than three months after he was sworn in
Jan.4   Kabul
  President Ashraf Ghani has said America's two-year deadline for pulling out the last of its troops may need to be 're-examined'

year 2014 Top ^

Sep.21   Kabul  
  The commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai as the winner of the presidential election, hours after rivals sign power-sharing deal
Sep.20   Kabul Afghan presidential contenders in election deal  Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has said he accepts that his rival Ashraf Ghani should be leader, following months of deadlock Jul.12   Kabul   Afghan presidential candidates agree vote audit
  Afghanistan's two presidential election candidates have agreed to an audit in an attempt to resolve a dispute over the result of last month's vote
Jul.11   Kabul   Afghan presidential vote leader Ghani calls for poll audit   Ashraf Ghani, one of two candidates disputing the Afghan presidential election, has called for an 'extensive audit' of votes Jul.7   Kabul   Afghanistan's Ashraf Ghani leads in early vote count
  Former Afghan Finance Minister Ashraf Ghani is leading the race to replace Hamid Karzai as president, according to preliminary results
 Ghani won 56.44% of votes in the run-off. His rival Abdullah Abdullah had 43.56%. Both men have alleged fraud in the election

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