Rivals claim triumph in Afghan vote

Afghan leader Hamid Karzai's campaign team claimed Friday he was on track for conquest in the country's presidential election, while his close rival Abdullah Abdullah also said he was leading the vote.

Their claims came as election administrators said the results of the vote, seen as a judgment on the Karzai government's efforts in tackling Taliban insurgents, scarcity and corruption, would be rolled out starting August 25.

Wahid Omar, campaign manager for Karzai, that based on information gathered from follower in the field, his team believed they were on track to win the election first round and avoid an October run-off.

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