The United Nations has named two experts to investigate claims of voting fraud in Saturday's Afghan presidential election.
The U.N. says the European Union will help select a third expert to take part in the probe.
A majority of candidates described the election as a fraud while voting was still under way, although several of them have since backed off. Interim President Hamid Karzai's main rival, Yunus Qanooni, said Monday he would accept the results after the inquiry.
Meanwhile, Afghanistan's election commission says vote counting has been put on hold temporarily to deal with specific ballot box problems.
In other developments, at least four rockets hit Kabul late Monday, killing one person.
Information for this report is provided by AFP, AP and UN presser.