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Denial comes after Afghan intelligence agency implicated Islamabad in attack in Kabul last week which left nine dead.
Campaigns worry assassination attempts could affect election turnout and delegitimise the polls.
Relations plunge as Afghanistan government says it has little evidence to hold men US insists are "dangerous criminals".
Afghan move to free 72 men alleged by US to be Taliban fighters violates Bagram prison handover deal, commander says.
Ambassador to Pakistan gets high-profile job after he announced plans to run in next year's presidential election.
As the Afghan army assumes more responsibility, there is an uptick in the number of casualties within their ranks.
Taliban representatives have been in Qatari capital for almost a year, but negotiations seem to be going nowhere.
As concerns grow over torture and troop desertions, we ask if Afghanistan is ready for NATO forces to withdraw in 2014.
After American forces pull out next year, Afghans will be faced with three grim prospects.
After initially denying charges, Kabul government forms delegation to investigate claims of Afghan prison torture.
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