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Campaigns worry assassination attempts could affect election turnout and delegitimise the polls.
President Karzai says release of 65 men from Bagram prison is of "no concern to the US" amid objections from US army.
Twenty-five years after the Soviet withdrawal, those who took part in the Herat Uprising look back.
UN says 2,959 civilians were killed last year - with deaths among women and children up by a third on 2012.
The five candidates running to replace Hamid Karzai voice their support for a security pact with the US.
Mohammad Ismail Khan, a running mate of warlord Abdul Rasul Sayyaf, survives attempted assassination in Herat City.
Drug abuse, unemployment and impunity contribute to abuse against Afghan women.
Cheap drugs and corrupt police blamed for high levels of addiction in country's western province.
About three million Afghan migrants live in Iran but many face abuses, says rights group.
As the assembly begins, some say US presence is 'necessary evil' while others insist on complete troop withdrawal.
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