Critics Allege Vote Fraud in Iranian Election with New Photographic Evidence

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called off a trip to Libya today as his regime continued to face heavy criticism over the disputed Iranian elections.

In the latest development, images have emerged of suspicious ballot papers which appear to show the re-elected president's name written in the same handwriting on many sheets.

Some have also claimed that the papers were suspiciously crisp and unfolded.

The images were shown as part of footage of a recount, broadcast on Iranian state television to supposedly assuage concern over the results.